Park Here For Sex

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Man's Adventure magazine cover, November 1960
Man's Adventure November 1960

Also featuring Queen Of The Commie Call-Girls


Tokyo, Here Comes Hell!

American Sky Devils - September 1942

Smash Air-War Yarn Of Yank Skyfighters Over The Pacific


The “Gauntlet” Ordeal Of Lieut. Dugan And The Naked Dancer

Man's Action December 1962

Also includes Scandinavia: The World’s Free Love Paradise, Nude Judge, Nude Jury, and Rhode Island’s Sunken Sub Treasure,


Some Prefer Nettles


A brilliant novel about a man torn between wife, mistress… and an exotic courtesan


The Double-Crossing Love Dolls Of Tokyo

Real Men October 1963

Also featuring I Was The King Of Stag Movies, The Golden Treasure Of Yucatan, and Sex From A Bottle


Love Binge In The Fleshpots Of Macao

Exotic November 1962

Also featuring The Man Who Sired 1000 Sons and Sex And The Single Girl


Liberate The GI Nurses… Sex Slaves Of The Japs!

Cavalcade October 1961

Operation Rescue Rape

Also featuring If You Like Oversized Busts You’re A Mama’s Boy!, Mr. Mudgett’s House Of Lost Women!, Castro’s Commie Plot To Take Over Latin America, A Call-Girl Tells About Sex In A Nudist Camp, You Can Win A Million Gambling In Penny Stocks, Stuka Pilot!, and The Beautiful Mankillers Of Eromonga


Staked For Slaughter

November 1960 Man's Life

Also, Bloody Vengeance of the 24 Hour Lady Sherif 


Miss Floating Love

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For Men Only November 1965

For Men Only illustration, November 1965 

Also featuring The Passionate Belly Dancer, My Beat: The World’s Most Wide-Open Sin Capital, “Mad Marty’s” Legion-of-The-Damned Rangers, Night School Nude, and Yank Airman Who Helped Save The Saipan Invasion

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Bantam 404 (March, 1948). Cover by Geoffrey Biggs

Six Survived To Tell What Happened

I find it interesting that, even though this is a serious look at the consequences of atomic warfare, it is basically impossible to tell from the cover art that it takes place in Japan.

Hiroshima tells the stories of six survivors of the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima, covering a period of time immediately prior to and one year after the atomic bomb was dropped on August 6, 1945. It was originally published in The New Yorker. Although the story was originally scheduled to be published over four issues, the entire August 31, 1946 edition was dedicated to the article. The article and subsequent book are regarded as one of the earliest examples of the New Journalism, in which the story-telling techniques of fiction are adapted to non-fiction reporting. 


Kill Me In Shimbashi (1961)


Karate and Burns Bannion again — kicking up a lethal storm in Tokyo’s sin streets