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Of Skinheads, Suedeheads and Knuckle Girls: The gritty novels of Richard Allen Vintage Book Covers, Vintage Books, Skinhead Fashion, Skinhead Style, Skinhead Men, English Library, Skin Head, Pops Concert, Teddy Boys

Of Skinheads, Suedeheads and Knuckle Girls: The gritty novels of Richard Allen

In the 1960s the New English Library, a British subsidiary of the New American Library, had been plodding along churning out westerns and science fiction novels, but after approximately 1970 the imprint stumbled on a new audience that would make it lots of money. For young men who grew up in Britain during the era, the New English Library was an endless source of high-octane pulp fiction about the rough and tumble of the urban street. The name applied to the genre eventually came to be…

"Don't ever pull a blade on an Angel' snapped Freaky ' before they left the kid, ;It's not friendly" 'Chopper' a legend is born.Re-Print 71 Biker Movies, English Library, Motorcycle Posters, Biker Clubs, Old Signs, Stuff And Thangs, Youth Culture, Pulp Fiction, Vintage Photographs

Chopper - 1971 - Pulp Novel Cover Poster

Sizes are approximate for general description. Reproduction image size varies based on original poster dimension ratios. Image is printed as large as those ratios permit centered within the designated sheet size. Because this is a reproduction of an original poster it will feature the same characteristics as the original which can include registration issues, discoloration, etc. Every effort has been made to mitigate these issues but some add to the character of the piece and so have been…

THE BIKERS. New edition 73. Biker Movies, Cult Movies, Bike Gang, English Library, Motorcycle Types, New Edition, Easy Rider, Pulp Art, Bike Stuff

THE BIKERS. New edition 73.

Meet Larry The Lamb - mad eyed monster with multi coloured hair,rider like none other of the great BSA Lightning Rocket. Meet Little Billy - huge with vulture nose and black stingy hair and,from the elbow down a metal arm with gleaming steel claws that clutch his Harley Davidson 74 like they were born from it. WATCH IT! When these two meet,it's hell on Earth and all England has to pay...

Of Skinheads, Suedeheads and Knuckle Girls: The gritty novels of Richard Allen Dangerous Minds, Pulp Fiction, Science Fiction, Skinhead Reggae, Types Of Fiction, English Library, Horror Comics, Youth Culture, Girls

Of Skinheads, Suedeheads and Knuckle Girls: The gritty novels of Richard Allen

In the 1960s the New English Library, a British subsidiary of the New American Library, had been plodding along churning out westerns and science fiction novels, but after approximately 1970 the imprint stumbled on a new audience that would make it lots of money. For young men who grew up in Britain during the era, the New English Library was an endless source of high-octane pulp fiction about the rough and tumble of the urban street. The name applied to the genre eventually came to be…

The Juvenile Jungle: Mama - Peter Cave Pulp Fiction Comics, Fiction Movies, Sci Fi Horror Movies, Horror Comics, Cult Movies, Biker Movies, English Library, Stuff And Thangs, Post Punk

Mama - 1972 - Pulp Novel Cover Poster

Sizes are approximate for general description. Reproduction image size varies based on original poster dimension ratios. Image is printed as large as those ratios permit centered within the designated sheet size. Because this is a reproduction of an original poster it will feature the same characteristics as the original which can include registration issues, discoloration, etc. Every effort has been made to mitigate these issues but some add to the character of the piece and so have been…

The Outlaws by Alex R. Immoral Tales, Comic Book Covers, Comic Books, Biker Movies, Motorcycle Posters, Motorcycle Clubs, English Library, Rock Festivals, Pulp Magazine

Lowest of the low brow | The Groovy World of Immoral Tales

Lowest of the low brow | The Groovy World of Immoral Tales | Revel in New York created by Scott Newman & Marc Santo

The paperback fiction of Richard Allen, who wrote some 18 books in the 'Skinhead' series Skinhead Boots, Skinhead Girl, Skinhead Fashion, Skinhead Style, Ska Music, Skinhead Reggae, English Library, Dr Berg, Skin Head

We speak to designer Jamie Reid about working on Skinhead: An Archive

Of all the subcultures that have shaken Britain to its stuffy, reserved core, skinhead culture is perhaps both the most influential and the most misunderstood. Marked by an instantly recognisable aesthetic comprising fashion, music and print media, it has seen so many markedly different variants, from rudeboy culture to neo-Nazism, that it’s little surprise it’s so often misinterpreted.

Of Skinheads, Suedeheads and Knuckle Girls: The gritty novels of Richard Allen Dangerous Minds, Pulp Fiction, Science Fiction, Types Of Fiction, Skinhead Fashion, English Library, The Joe, Pulp Magazine, London

Of Skinheads, Suedeheads and Knuckle Girls: The gritty novels of Richard Allen

In the 1960s the New English Library, a British subsidiary of the New American Library, had been plodding along churning out westerns and science fiction novels, but after approximately 1970 the imprint stumbled on a new audience that would make it lots of money. For young men who grew up in Britain during the era, the New English Library was an endless source of high-octane pulp fiction about the rough and tumble of the urban street. The name applied to the genre eventually came to be…

Of Skinheads, Suedeheads and Knuckle Girls: The gritty novels of Richard Allen Vintage Book Covers, Vintage Books, Skinhead Fashion, Skinhead Style, Skinhead Men, English Library, Skin Head, Pops Concert, Teddy Boys

Vintage Book Covers | Top Design Magazine - Web Design and Digital Content

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James Moffatt aka Richard Allen pulp fiction England Canada 1960s 1970s sex violence politics Punk Magazine, Skinhead Fashion, Men's Fashion, English Library, Youth Subcultures, Skin Head, London History, Rude Boy, Northern Soul

James Moffatt aka Richard Allen pulp fiction England Canada 1960s 1970s sex violence politics

James Moffatt aka Richard Allen pulp fiction England Canada 1960s 1970s sex violence politics