There's honor in being the very worst: when people expect nothing of you, you'll find that you can fly higher than an Eddie the Eagle -- and apparently record a pair of hit singles in Finnish? Unearthing endearingly terrible sci-fi/fantasy book covers for the world to shower with affection, Good Show Sir.
GSS is a photo-blog started by a group of UK friends who all spent a good deal of time habituating bookshops around the planet, and, enraptured by the majesty of oversized ray-guns and powerful barbarian glutes, started trading snapshots of art so staggeringly bad "all you can do is step back in wonder and say 'good show'". Some of their proudest finds:
On West of January, a bearded, feathery maned bowman ("Knobil" -- get it? Because they definitely want you to get it) too-casually rides a killer whale wearing nothing but a loincloth, clearly not caring if he Frees Willy.
A disco-galactic gateway to ancient Rome is surrounded by electricity-connected portraits (centurion, werewolf, queen, man in sombrero), hinting at the age-old conspiracy revealed in Fourth Guardian -- or, the paper added to the pile outside your door that causes friends to suspect you've fallen through said gateway.
Its skull-face partially obscured, the scythe-carrying grim reaper on Piers Anthony's Vison of Tarot is wearing some sort of BDSM bodice that reveals, like, really killer boobs. Get it? Because we definitely want you to get it
Visitors are free to submit as well, or join the sometimes too-knowing commenters, like the one who points out "if this is supposed to be Kelric he needs to be Blonde, over-sized" -- though no matter how over-sized, he'll never reach the Eagle-esque heights soon to be achieved by Rupert Grint.