Tarzan Lord of the Jungle

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I included an interior illustration from this book, as well as the cover art of the Blue Book publication of this story, both by J. Allen St. John.

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War of the Giant Apes

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Mars Invades Earth by Mind Control!

This entire issue can be downloaded here

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We Found The Paiute Gold

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Also, ‘Pickup Girls of St. Joe’

Edit: Added the original painting by Mort Kunstler. However, notice that he re-did the bottom-right corner, replacing the fallen native man with a blonde woman. This modified image was used as the cover of the April 1971 issue of Male magazine.

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Land of the Lost Safaris

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I wasn’t sure how to tag this one. She certainly looks helpless, but she is holding a bloody dagger. So I went with both Helpless Women and Dangerous Women.

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Charge of the Killer Baboons

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Also, ‘Massacre in Blood Alley’ and ‘How Hidden Fears Ruin Your Sexlife’

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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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Spider Monkeys Tore Me Apart

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Plus, Savanna Georgia: Joytown of the South, and I Don’t Want My Daughter to Marry an American

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Monkey Madness

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Also, ‘What To Tell Your Wife About Sex’. Presumably, “Yes, please!”