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Tag: Black and White
Redhead Nympho of Wild Palms Tavern
Air Raid On Cave Prison
I Fought Castro’s Cutthroat Guerrilla Squad
From the April 1970 issue of For Men Only
“Windy” Zippo Ad (the company’s first ad)
Note that in this ad, both his names are misspelled: Enoc Boles not Enoch Bolles. Soon after the first publication, this artwork began to appear without attribution and eventually was mis-attributed to Alberto Vargas. Today, people sell Windy items on eBay and other venues, thinking it’s Vargas when it’s actually (and obviously from the style) Bolles; I understand that even the Zippo company is confused. As a public service, tell your friends, folks, it’s Bolles, not Vargas.
She-Wolf of Halmahera: White Queen of the Jungle Savages
Beach Girl For the Night / Laura’s Naked Surprise
Elsa was married to Ernie, ans all she ever talked about was her former boy friend and how wonderful he was. Then, one August weekend, Ernie found a way to shut her up — my making another woman cry for joy…
This painting, for the October 1966 issue of Stag, was redrawn for the August 1971 True Action, rendered as a black and white illustration of a now-topless woman.
When the new young doctor came to Westfield, he carried a bagful of the latest medical tricks. But there weren’t enough for Laura Spencer, who needed “extra-special” attention…
Holiday Pickup Blonde
Death-Chase for a Million-Dollar Nymph
Action for Men story illustration, July 1973
Beach House Tramp
“You must be in a pretty big hurry,” McCord called to the girl. “You’ve forgotten to dress…”
A tantalizing, honey-lush blonde hellion, she fled from her motel shower into the arms of Wes McCord, bringing promises of passion and of a fortune in stolen loot. Then, with one flick of her petal-soft hips, she dragged him through a nightmare maze of speedboats, fists and kill-crazy hoods in a corpse-studded manhunt and treasure search that seared Florida’s Gulf Coast far worse than any tropic sun…
I have to say, she looks like she could be either Latin American or South Pacific Islander, but not African.