Tropic Passion And Savagery On The Equatorvia
I have no words.
An amoral woman, an outpost in the Congo, the imminence of war and a captive gorilla
From the back:
Alone in a society of men, Olga le Blanc is occupied by her lovers, her tame gorilla, and her own good looks; around her nine men revolve — husband or ]overs, friend or enemy. The scene is the Congo, where, above the steaming jungles, rise great mountains, volcanic snow-capped. Against this fantastic background, there is played a drama of life and death, of sex, of war, of spy and counterspy, and of love. The sophistication of the over-civilized is set in sharp counterpoint to tropic lust and savagery, as men, stripped to essentials, are flung together in conflict by the outbreak of war thousands of miles away. Congo Song is Olga’s story. You’ll never forget her — she is the women all woman hate and all women want to be.
Fifth and final issue.
She had to escape the rapacious ape!via
Very rare pulp-parody one-shot published by Yale University in 1937.via
Sure it’s a racket, but every week a million guys are putting their cash on the line…
That gorilla is very excited to have the winning ticket!
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