The Scarlet Jaguar
Sally Sleuth first appeared in Spicy Detective magazine in November 1934. She was the creation of Adolphe Barreaux, a Yale-trained artist whose studio supplied the interior art for the Spicy pulps. Sally worked with a detective named The Chief. The Chief would assign Sally to tail a suspect in a crime. Sally would somehow lose all or most of her clothes. Sally or The Chief would capture the suspect. The end
Bomber Girl and The Nazi Yeti by shanewhite
Planet Stories, vol 6 no 6, May 1954. Interior art by Eberle
1969 … shuttle concept!
— Max Bertolini Beauty & The Beast
Jumbo Comics #105
Marchers of Valhalla
Is A Dead-Pan Storefront Holding You Back?
Gosh Golly! It’s Alive With Innovations!
1955 cartoon by Mike Ludlow
Angel Badia Camps
Terror at Chasm Pass
J Frederick Smith
— Manuel Sanjulian When Death Rides In…
Red Sonja by Tony DeZuniga
— Clyde Caldwell
Bésame monstruo (1969)
U.F.O. Air Collision
The Fight at Minowa in Palestine, The Robe endpaper illustration, 1947
— Sanjulian Conan in the Valley of Lost Women
Johnny Single was aboard!
"Where Do You Fit Into the Profit Picture?"