Twelve Hours to Destiny

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“Somewhere, well hidden inside Communist China, was a secret base in which a terrifying weapon was being developed.”

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How To Tell If You Are Sexually Normal: A personal 25-point checklist

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Question 1) Do you fantasize about wrestling cephalopods?

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The Marine Who Hid the Pacific’s 12 Most Wanted Women

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Also We Made the First Escape From Goering’s Stalag Luft III and Flying Party Dolls: Exposing The New Airborne Vice Racket

This painting sold at auction in May 2010 for $3,585.00

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Hit and Run Rocket Raid

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This illustration appeared on the cover of a Magazine Management title, probably For Men Only, c. 1965.

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The Sea Eagles

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“A passionate, lusty novel of the sea in the days of the American Revolution”

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All Together Now

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The wild climax of the pleasure cruise was a reckless game of switch-partners!

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Motor Boating

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I really don’t know what to make of this. Is he more awesome than Chuck Norris because he is kissing a mermaid while riding a speeding motor boat up a giant wave? Or is he just an idiot being lured to his watery doom by a aquatic temptress?

South Pacific Salvage War On Japan’s Undersea Graveyard

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The Wild Rampage of the Sex-Crazed Pirate Women

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Fun Fact: When chicks go too long without getting laid, they go crazy and storm sea-going vessels looking for lovers

Also featuring The Day The Major Slaughtered Our Battalion at Bataan!, The Kissing Disease That Can Kill You!, We Smashed the Sadistic Snake Cult of the Congo, and The Lusty Tarts Who Spied For Revenge

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The Sailor and the Monkey

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“In 1935, Walter Baumhofer did these three covers for ADVENTURE magazine. We aren’t aware of any particular reason why these paintings were done, such as for a series running in the magazine. Baumhofer and the editor were jusk monkeying around and came up with the idea and ran with it through the year. They are just a delightful trio of paintings and a excellent example of why Baumhofer is considered one of the greatest pulp artists ever.”

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Toilers of the Sea

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Now where on Earth did that sneaky octopus get off to?

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Weekend Swappers

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Pro Tip: Never let the wife’s lesbian lover drive the ski boat.

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The Last Man on Starbuck Island

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Is he being attacked by trout?