Title: The Deep End Author: Alastair Gordon Scott Imprint & Number: Digit D-226 Cover price: 2′ Publication date: 1959 Cover artist: uncredited From the back cover: Superbly written, this absorbing yarn of the Royal Air Force in Africa during the … Continue reading
Male Vol 11 #6, 6/1961 Male Publishing, 35¢ editorial director: Bruce J Friedman Bruce Minney cover Contents: The Yank Flyer Who Led A Band Of Vengeance Brides – an account of Cpl Gina Santelli, tailgunner shot down over Sicily, and his … Continue reading
Men Vol 10 #2, 2/1961 Zenith, 35¢ editorial director: Bruce J Friedman Clark Hulings combo Fidel Castro/bondage cover… a far cry from his fantastic mainstream paintings (take a look) Contents: Where The Wonderful New Jobs Will Be In The Next … Continue reading
Men Vol 10 #12, 12/1961 Atlas, 35¢ editorial director: Bruce J Friedman Cover by Harry Schaare Contents: How To Pile Up A Fortune Buying Old Tanks, Planes And Other Government Surplus – interview with James Garvey of the US General … Continue reading
Stag Vol 11 #7, 7/1960 Atlas, 35¢ editorial director: Noah Sarlat Cover by Mort Künstler Contents: The Sergeant Who Decoyed The Nazis’ Fraulein Werewolves – WWII story by James Collier; illustrated by Mort Künstler One Last Fight, One Last Drink, One … Continue reading
A handful of GIs crash-land on an enemy-held island – launching the strangest battle of World War II A paperback original first edition movie tie-in based on the 1965 film starring Frank Sinatra. American soldiers arrive on an island inhabited … Continue reading
Movie tie-in edition of Ryan‘s thoroughly researched account of the events leading up to and the first day of the D-Day invasion at Normandy.
FOG FOG FOG… The thunder of engines too close to earth… A pilot in trouble… The long frozen wait down below… The silence… This is the drama of Glide Path, a brilliant novel of challenge …discovery …and war. You will … Continue reading