Tuesday, March 21, 2023

Stag, July 1964


Cover by the great Mort Kunstler.  There's a lot going on here, absolutely cinematic.  The finger point, the look on the face of the jumper, the creeping Nazi.  

Get your full hi-res scan of this issue of the Goodman sweat here.

McCoy's paper, my edit.  An old scan but a good one if I do say so.  I forget sometimes how fun the sweats are.  It's the American id writ in pulp, and the art is highly underrated.

Rafael DeSoto illustrates a story of the sinking of the Japanese battleship Yamato.

Who knows what your neighbor gets up to on the weekends.  Beneath the placid exterior of the American 'burbs lies a wild and wooly underbelly (or so I'm told.)

Bob Shulz illustrates a Leon Lazarus story.  The sweats knew early what pop culture took long to arrive upon, killing nazis never gets old.

Sweats had the WTF splash pages going big time.  A book bonus Quick, Before it Melts by Philip Benjamin, illustration by Charles Copeland.

Al Rossi illustrating Robert Laguardia. 

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