Monster Pin-Up Girls

Monster Pin Up Girls Playing Cards & Hardcover Art Book -- Kicktraq Mini


The Monster Pin Up Girls Kickstarter is LIVE!

They're cute, they're sexy, they're scary and they're fun! Coming soon, a full deck of Monster Pin Up Girl Playing Cards featuring 54 illustrations by artist Bobby Timony, and a sweet Hardcover Art Book showcasing the Card Art with a foreword written by renowned artist Molly Crabapple!
Bobby Timony is the artist behind The Night Owls, The Horror Lovers, Detectobot and Goblin Hood. He’s also a contributing artist on the comic anthologies Schmuck, Monster Elementary and SitComics. Now he’s turning to the famous crowd funding sight Kickstarter to help realize his latest project, Monster Pin Up Girls.
With 54 different monsters on each card, this promises to be one of the most entertaining decks of playing cards around! Fans of art and illustration will love the hardbound art book, featuring the illustrations in the deck, plus some examples of preliminary sketches and bonus material.
The Kickstarter is running now through Halloween.

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Each card number will feature four themed monsters!

The Aces! Featuring the four Horsewomen of the Apocalypse!






Kings- the Classics!



The Bride of Frankenstein frankie


The Lagoon Creaturecreature

The Queens- Giant Monsters!

The Giant

GiantJacks- Elementals!





wind10- Greek Monsters!

9- Sci Fi

The Invisible Woman

InvisibleGirlThe Robot

Robot8- The Returned

The Mummy

themummyThe Phantom


7- the Fae


6- Animal Totems

5- Yokai

4- Winged

The Succubus


The Angel


3- Magical Monsters







2- The Animated

Jokers- Jekyll and Hyde!





13 Responses to Monster Pin-Up Girls

  1. Rob Pivarnik says:

    I love your work. But you already knew that.

    As a HUUUUGE fan of classic monster movies, I look forward to the rest of the set, and hope you plan to think outside the box and include such characters as:

    The Invisible (Wo)Man
    (Mrs.) Creature from the Black Lagoon
    (Queen) Kong

    But don’t forget the lesser-known but ever-popular Wasp Woman, 50-Foot Woman, and She-Wolf of London.

    I can’t wait to see who you pick as your joker. Can you use Roscoe-in-drag, or does DC own him now?

    Happy West Coasting.


  2. Bobby Timony says:

    Great suggestions, Rob! I can tell you that Jekyll and Hyde, pictured above will serve as our Jokers. We will be including the She-Wolf, the Creature and the 50 foot woman, along with some other surprises.

  3. EltonBM says:

    Hey guys, really nice works! What do you think about the idea of adding more monsters ladies from other cultures, not only pop-culture? There are crazy things in Brazilian, Mexican, Japanese and Germanic culture. Anyway, nice works!

  4. Fantastic work, love the pin up designs on the cards!! These would surely be a hit!

  5. I think it looks great, and I think my palls over at would like to help you make this deck a reality. You’d have access to hundreds of minds/collectors as you go through the creatvie process. Not to mention we have artists and deck designers who have successfully pulled this off in the past. Swing by!

  6. Ben says:

    Amazing stuff! I love them all… and would like to echo Rob’s request for an Invisible Woman and the 50 Foot Woman.

    And if you need more monsters to flesh out your series, maybe you could go with some of the old Japanese monster movies like Godzilla, etc.

  7. Bobby Timony says:

    Thanks Ben! The invisible woman and the 50 foot woman will definitely be included. Not sure about Godzilla…

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  9. Have these gone up for sale?

    Because I want you to take my money!

  10. These just keep getting better and better!

  11. Bobby Timony says:

    The long awaited kickstarter is finally live!

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