Donnerstag, 29. Juni 2017

29-10

{title} Gals Galore

{language} English

{country} USA

{class} Erotik, Men's Magazine, Adult

{bibdat} American Art Agency Inc., Hollywood CA (Parliament)
Late 1960s  (?) - 10 issues

{note} -

{sources} Collecting Vintage Men's Magazines

{sample issue} Number 7
{cover} -





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29-09

{title} G-8 and His Battle Aces

{language} English

{country} USA

{class} Pulp Magazine

{bibdat} Popular Publications, New York, NY.
Oct. 1933 - June 1944 / 110 issues

<< formerly <<  Battle Aces

{sources} The FictionMags Index

{sample issues} Nov. 1937, December 1939. February 1944
{covers} Frederick Blakeslee







29-08

{title} Heart Throbs

{language} English

{country} USA

{class} Comic,  Comic Romance

{bibdat} DC Comics
No. 47 (Apr. - May 1957) - 146 (Oct. 1972)

<< formerly << Heart Throbs (Quality)
>> becomes >> Love Stories (DC)

{sources} GCD

{sample issue} No. 70
{cover} John Romita





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29-07

{title} Love Stories

{language} English

{country} USA

{class} Comic, Comic Romance

{bibdat} DC Comics
No. 147  (Nov. 1972) - No. 152 (Oct. - Nov. 1973) - 6 issues

{note} numbering continues from 'Heart Throbs'

{sources} GCD

{sample issues} No. 147, No. 152
{cover} -






29-06

{title} Follies

{language} English

{country} USA

{class} Men's Magazine, Erotik, Adult

{bibdat} Gildpoint Ltd., Magtab Publishing Corp., New York, NY.
November 1956 - 1972 (?) - 75 isssues (?)

{note} -

{sources} Collecting Vintage Men's Magazines

{sample issues} Vol. 2, No 6 (July 1957) / Vol. 3, No. 6 (November 1958) / July 1960
{cover} -



29-05

{title} Falling in Love

{language} English

{country} USA

{class} Comic, Comic - Romance

{bibdat} DC Comics
No. 1 (Sept.-Oct. 1955) - 143 (Oct. - Nov. 1973)

{note} -

{sources} GCD

{sample issue} No. 120  (January 1971)
{cover} Nick Cardy






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29-04

{title} Dude

{language} English

{country} USA

{class} Men's Magazine

{bibdat} Mystery Publishing Co., New York NY., Dugent Publishing Corp., New York NY.
August 1956 - 1981 - more than 100 issues + annuals/special

{note} -

{sources} Collecting Vintage Men's Magazines

{sample issue} July 1959, August 1965,  July 1968
{cover} -






29-03

{title} Daring Dolls

{language} English

{country} USA

{class} Men's Magazine

{bibdat} Health Knowledge Inc., New York, NY
1968 - 1971 / 8 issues (?)

{note} -

{sources} Collecting Vintage Men's Magazines

{sample issue} Number 1
{cover} -






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29-02

{title} Cougar

{language} English

{country} USA

{class} Men's Magazine, Adult, Erotik,

{bibdat} -

{note} no informations available

{sources} -

{sample issue} Vol. 1, No. 2
{cover} -








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29-01

{title} Cad

{language} English

{country} USA

{class} Men's Magazine

{bibdat} CAD Publishing Co., New York NY
Juni 1965 - September 1970 / 22 regular issues + "Banner" editions

{title variations} Cad Spectacular, Cad Bizarre

{sources} Collecting Vintage Men's Magazines

{sample issue} Vol. 1, No. 8
{cover} -






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Mittwoch, 28. Juni 2017

28-11

{title} Carnival

{language} Englisch

{country} Grossbritannien

{class} Men's Magazine

{bibdat} Liverpolitan Limited, Birkenhead / City Magazines Ltd.
1950s - 1970s {hkn} (?)

{note} There have been changes in the format.

{sources} -

{sample issue} June 1958, June 1967, March 1969
{cover} -









28-10

{title} Carnival

{language} English

{country} USA

{class} Men's Magazine

{bibdat} Magtab Publishing, New York NY
Sept. 1962 - Nov. 1968 (?) - 26 issues (?)

{note} "Carnival, formerly Picture Scope, Vol. 11, Number 2, October 1963 Issue. Published quarterly by Magtab Publisher's Corporation ..." (from the Impressum)

<< formerly << Picture Scope

{sources} Collecting Vintage Men's Magazines

{sample issues} Sept. 1962, Nov. 1962, Aug. 1967
{cover} -




28-09

{title} Carnival Combined With Show
A Fresh Magazine

{language} English

{country} USA

{class} Men's Magazine

{bibdat} Show Magazine Inc., Chicago IL.
1941 (?) - Nov. 1942 (?)

{note} -

{sources} -

{sample issues} April 1941, September 1942
{cover} -





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28-08

{title} Carnival
A Magazine of Entertainment

{language} English

{country} USA

{class} Men's Magazine

{bibdat} A Hillman Publication [Show Magazine Inc., Chicago Ill.
Vol. 1, No. 1 (October 1953)
-
{note} Vol. 1, No. 2 (December 1953) - Dec. 1956

{sources} Collecting Vintage Men's Magazines

{sample issues} April, 1954, April 1956, June 1956
{cover} -







28-07

{title} Captain America [Comics]

{language} English

{country} USA

{class} Comic

{bibdat} Timely Comics et al.
No. 1 (March 1941) - 73 (July 1949)

{note} -

{sources} GCD

{sample issue} No. 1, 65, 66
{cover} -






28-06

{title} Bruce Gentry

{language} English

{country} USA

{class} Comic

{bibdat} Four Star Comics Group
January 1948 - 1 issue

{note} -

{sources} GCD

{sample issue} No. 1
{cover} -

28-05

{title} Blonde Phantom

{language} English

{country} USA

{class} Comic

{bibdat} Marvel
No. 12 (Winter 1946) - No. 22 (March 1949)

{note} -

{sources} GCD

{sample issue} No. 12, 14, 16
{cover} -








28-04

{title} Blighty Parade

{language} English

{country} Great Britain

{class} Humour, Men's Magazine

{bibdat} 1958-1959

{note} "Originally known as Blighty between 1916 and 1920 and was intended as a humorous magazine for servicemen, competing against magazines such as Titbits and Reveille. The magazine was relaunched in 1939, at the outbreak of the Second World War and continued afterwards until 1958, when it was renamed Blighty Parade while being turned into a pin-up magazine. It was known as Parade and Blighty for the final weeks of 1959 when it finally became Parade in 1960. By the 1970s content had progressed to topless and nude photos of models, and at the end of the 1990s it went hardcore. Although there has been more than one change of ownership, the title continues to be published." (from wikipedia)

<< formerly << Blighty
>> becomes >>  Parade and Blighty

{sources} wikipedia

{sample issue} No. 1035 (Oct. 19, 1959)
{cover} -



28-03

{title} Blighty

{language} English

{country} Great Britain

{class} Humour, Men's Magazine

{bibdat} 1916-1958

{note} "Originally known as Blighty between 1916 and 1920 and was intended as a humorous magazine for servicemen,[1] competing against magazines such as Titbits and Reveille. The magazine was relaunched in 1939, at the outbreak of the Second World War and continued afterwards until 1958, when it was renamed Blighty Parade while being turned into a pin-up magazine. It was known as Parade and Blighty for the final weeks of 1959 when it finally became Parade in 1960. By the 1970s content had progressed to topless and nude photos of models, and at the end of the 1990s it went hardcore. Although there has been more than one change of ownership, the title continues to be published." (from wikipedia)

>> becomes >>  Blighty Parade

{sources} wikipedia

{sample issue} No. 6 (Summer Number [1916(?)]), January 1954, No. 950 (1958
{cover} -



28-02

{title} Adam Film World

{language} English

{country} USA

{class} Film, Men's Magazine, Erotik, Porn Magazine, Adult

{bibdat} Knight Publishing Corp., Los Angeles
1966 - Vol. 17, No. 1 (1998)

{note} -The first issues as 'The Adam Film Quarterly'

{sources} wikipedia

{sample issue} Vol. 2, No. 11 / Vol. 4, No. 9 (1974) / Vol. 10, No. 7
{cover} -






28-01

{title} 40+ Forty-plus

{language} English

{country} USA

{class} Men's Magazine

{bibdat} - ca. 1966

{note} -

{sources} -

{sample issue} 23
{cover} -








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Montag, 26. Juni 2017

26-10

{title} Love Romances

{language} English

{country} USA

{class} Comic

{bibdat} Atlas / Marvel [Timely  Male]
No. 6 (May 1949)  - No. 106 (July 1963) - 101 issues

{note} Numbering continues from IDEAL (Marvel)

{sources} GCD

{sample issue} No. 101
{cover} -






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26-09

{title} Police Dragnet Cases

{language} English

{country} USA

{class} True Crime

{bibdat} Brookside Enterprises, New York, NY.
Vol. 1. No. 1(Jan. 1955) - Vol. 11, No. 7 (March 1967)

{note} -

{sources} True Crime Detective Magazines

{sample issues} Jan. 1955, June 1958, March 1965
{cover} -







26-08

{title} Terror Tales 

{language} English

{country} Great Britain

{class} Pulp Magazine

{bibdat} Thorpe and Porter, Ltd.
late 1940s / 4 issues

{note} There were at least four U.K. issues of Terror Tales published by Thorpe and Porter, Ltd. in the late 40’s. These consisted of stories reprinted from the September 1940, November 1940, January 1941, and March 1941 issues of the U.S. edition.

{sources} The FictionMags Index

{sample issue} -
{cover} -

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26-07

{title} Terror Tales

{language} English

{country} USA

{class} Pulp Magazine

{bibdat} Popular Publications, Chicago
Vol. 1 , No. 1 (Sept. 1934) - Vol. 13, No. 3 (March 1941) / 51 issues

{note} There were British editions in the late 1940s

{sources} The FictionMags Index

{sample issue} Sept. 1934 / Febr 1935 / Sept. 1940
{cover} -