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The Fabulous Femmes of Fiction House. In the 1940′s, the foremost leader among publishers in the “good girl art” genre was Fiction House Publications.This volume is a very representative collection of those way-out, pinup-style blazing tales of high adventure, featuring scantily clad amazons ripped from the pages of Planet Comics, ( Mysta Of The Moon, drawn by Ruben Moriera, from #44, and Futura, by Walter Palais, from #51 ) Fight comics, ( Tiger Girl, by Matt Baker, from #42, and Senorita Rio from #57 ) Jungle Comics, ( Kaanga, in “Meet Me At Black Skull Cave”, by Maurice Whitman, from # 156 and Camilla by Bob Lubbers from #98 ) Rangers Comics, ( Firehair by Bob Lubbers from #42, and Glory Forbes by Matt Baker ) Jumbo Comics ( Sky Girl from #101 ) and queen of them all, Sheena- from the third issue of her own book, “Monster Of The Secret Citadel”. (With art by Robert Webb, Mort Leav and Ann Brewster.) See exotic jungle girls, space babes and two-fisted adventure heroines- all done up in the classi c “cheesecake” approach of artists like Vargas, Petty, Driben, Dave Stevens, Adam Hughes, etc., etc. Comic book glamour never had any better ambassadors during it’s Golden Age than these long-legged, busty beauties. All complete, full story reprints from cover to cover, reproduced with the best production values possible. Color cover, interiors are black and white with graytones. 84 pages, squarebound trade paperback format. Standard comic book size.

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