The Armed Forces War Against Vice

Battle Cry, October 1962

Also featuring Sin Stands for Sabotage and Tokyo: The City Where Sex Is King

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Sex The Way You Want It!

All Man May 1962

Whatever floats your boat, I guess.
Also, The Killer Was A Cannibal and Bullets For A Naked Nympho

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Croesus of Murder

DOUBLE DETECTIVE. May, 1940

The Green Lama Battles a New Criminal Menace: A Führer who seeks to dominate the Gold Markets of the World

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Goddess Of The Half-World Brood

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I am not really sure what is happening on this cover, but it doesn’t look good for any of the women involved.

Also featuring, The Werewolf Of Wall Street

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The Killer Behind The Badge

Western Novels And Short Stories August 1952

Big And Tough And Too Quick To Use His Gun

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Revolt Of The Circus Freaks

Horror Stories October-November 1938

Also, Priestess Of The Plague

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The Slithering Shadow

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Fritz Leiber rated The Slithering Shadow (a.k.a. Xuthal of the Dusk) among the worst of the Conan stories, calling it “repetitious and childish, a self-vitiating brew of pseudo-science, stage illusions, and the ‘genuine’ supernatural.” However, that didn’t stop this original Margaret Brundage painting for selling for $42,000. This entire issue can be downloaded here

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How Nazis Debauch Paris Womanhood

February 21, 1942 Detective Fiction

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A Witch Shall Be Born

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One of the weaker Conan stories, but this is the one where he kills a vulture with his teeth while nailed to a cross. You can download this entire issue here

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Black Lace Drag

Private Edition PE 433 1967

Who would suspect a transvestite of murder?

Note that this book came out 7 years after Hitchcock’s Psycho

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The Mating Cry

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“I have come to pay my debt — in the way I discovered men prefer.”

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