Red Tide of Death

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Also includes ‘I’m Teaching My Kid To Fight Dirty‘, ‘Is Our Air Force Committing Suiide‘, and ‘Sex Can Be Fun!

That’s right, folks, in 1955 it was headline news that sex could be fun.

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The Devil In Iron

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The plot concerns the resurrection of a mythical demon due to the theft of a sacred dagger, and an unrelated trap that lures Conan to the island fortress roamed by the demon. Due to its plot loopholes and borrowed elements from Iron Shadows in the Moon, some Howard scholars claim this story is the weakest of the early Conan tales.

This complete issue can be downloaded here

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Shadows in Zamboula

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A classic Conan tale. 

The story takes place over a night in Zamboula, with political intrigue amidst streets filled with roaming cannibals. It features the character Baal-pteor, one of the few humans in the Conan stories to be a physical challenge for the Cimmerian himself. The full text is availible here.

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I Was Shipwrecked On The World’s Strangest Nudist Island

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Also, ‘My Bike, My Girl and To Hell With You!’ and ‘Memoirs of a Nymphomaniac’

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The Beasts Who Were Once Men

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This poor woman is being drilled, snake harassed & branded, which might seem like overkill to some people.

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The Case of the Yellow Mask

November 1935

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The Strange Loves of Gustave Dore

TRUE ADVENTURES November 1956

Also, The Monster of Notting Hill and The Sexual Meaning of Dreams

How Women React to Sex

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The latest studies show that women do not react well to being chained up and having giant snakes thrust in their faces. More research is needed.

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I was forced to watch in horror as… Whips Tasted Her Blood!

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Original covers for Robert E. Howard’s Conan stories, published between 1933 and 1936

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All nine were painted by Margaret Brundage, who was the most popular of Weird Tales’ cover artists. She was known for her images depicting bondage and flagellation of women. Authors would insert unnecessary scenes depicting nude women being tortured or whipped to ensure their story got the cover of an issue.