Garish colors, screaming titles, smooth robots and bold, bulbous rockets ‚ÄĒ who could ask for more in a pulp cover? Of all the nations producing pulp fiction in the 20th century, Spain stands out for having the very best packaging for these tales of aliens and outer space.

Illustrations of Boixcar (Guillermo S√°nchex Boix, 1917-1960) on the covers of El Mundo Futuro

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(via El Desv√°n del Abuelito)

The Country of Robots, by Clark Carrados

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(via Pulpnivoria)

Covers of the shot-lived Futuro magazine, with foreign (mostly British) sci-fi stories, 1957

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(via Zontar Magazine and Navarro Badia)

Single-eyed creatures on covers printed between 1957 and 1960

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(via Pulpnivoria)

The Fifth Dimension

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(via Pulpnivoria)

Some covers of Haza√Īas de la juventud audaz (Feats of the Brave Youth), a series of stories written by George H. White (Pascual Engu√≠danos Usach), with graphic works of Mat√≠as Alonso, 1959-1960

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(via 4shared)

The Moon People

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(via Pulpnivoria)

Si los mundos chocan (When Worlds Collide), by Alf Regaldie and Las Estrellas Amenazan, by George White (Pascual Enguídanos Usach)

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(via Joey Altruda)