I Survived the Attack of Africa’s Flesh Slashers
Yes, I know the cover actually says “Night Of The Jackals,” but those are so clearly hyenas I couldn’t leave it. Besides, Mort Künstler said “This painting was very popular and was used a number of times on various magazines during the 1960s,” so I doubt that is the original story it was associated with.
This scene was originally based on the feature Reckless Commando Raid on Tobruk: We’re Bringing Back a German General. It later appeared on the cover of True Action magazine, May 1962, for the feature The Surprise Allied Raid that Captured a Top Afrika Corps General.
These issues also feature WWII Yank And Five Nudist Girls Who Liberated A Danish Village, The Paris Party girl And Her Strange Love Balloon, The Hell-Raising Yank Who Led A Mongol Army, and The Sea Nymph
Dunes, Dames And Desert Brawls Of An Ex-GI Who Became A Legend
Also includes Trapped In A Bankok Love House and The Brooklyn Junkman And His 19 Island Brides
Also includes Wild Leatherneck Air Ace Who Saved Tulagi Harbor and An Italian “Back Alley” Girl, a Partisan Dynamiter and Three Bold Yanks: They Paved the Way for the Conquest of Italy
Cover by Mort Künstler, interior illustration by Charles Copelandvia via
A Blonde Passion Slave, a Vicious Gunman — and $2 Million Blood Money…
Also featuring Escape Across Red Berlin’s “Death Strip”, Intimate Life Of The Key Club Girls, and Countdown At The House Promiscuous Sistersvia
Also featuring Harry Truman — Practical Jokervia