Soft Bodies For The Nazis’ Hall Of The Living Dead

Man’s Story September 1963

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3 thoughts on “Soft Bodies For The Nazis’ Hall Of The Living Dead”

  1. I dig the expressions of the men. Actually, I like the whole scene. The two Nazis in the chairs, chatting nonchalantly while watching the woman being tortured and killed; the hairy toga man wearing the Nazi necklace; the blind-in-one-eye guy (I’m not sure what he’s doing, but I like him); the dead women in the see-through coffins; and last but not least, the blonde tied in that very original behind-the-back bond, with the added detail of a number tattooed on her arm. It’s all around very creative stuff. I wish I knew who did this piece.

    1. Yes, I find the facial expressions great, too! Another running aspect in these deranged-nazi covers, other than the über-moronic-looking torturers, is how the girls don’t seem to be much bothered – their expressions range between sheer indifference and slight annoyance, as if they were thinking something in the lines of “drat, really had different plans for this evening – must buy some provolone at the Deli for tonight’s dinner. And black pepper”. This one cover would be an exception (which I don’t dig – but moronic faces kinda help cancel the bad vibe).

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