Category: The Last of Us

An old-fashioned “dead body in a locked room” whodunit at Manhattan’s most exclusive building, the Dakota.

The Last of Us [Behaving Madly]

Our Highest Recommendation. By Steve Ditko, Jack Davis, Basil Womverton, Russ Heath, Jack Kirby, Joe Maneely et al. When “Mad” was turned into a magazine in 1954, every publisher and his uncle came up with his own version, often using the same talented creators!!… Read Full Article

The Last of Us [No, Not Hardly]

Sweet Wild Wench (by William Campbell Gault)—she was slim, leggy, and [DD] stacked, and the gold of her hair matched the gold of her bank account. In a word, she had everything. The trouble was she was way too eager to give it away.… Read Full Article

The Last of Us [Join the Best or Die like the Rest]

MAN TO MAN PULP-APR 1960-JUNE WILKINSON-WAR-CRIME-EXPLOITATION-SKID ROW FR … Violent fight in cockpit of airplane – cover art. Exploitation magazine, pulp violence. Horse racing, “How Women Love on Skid Row”, war, Good Girl Art, June Wilkinson cheesecake. This is a Fair condition reading copy and is complete & functional.… Read Full Article

The Last of Us [What I learned from wearing a bullet bra to work]

Like so many young, impressionable, middle class white girls [or as we’re now known, “basics”], I grew up with an unexplained, unabashed adoration of Marilyn Monroe. Despite the fact that the height of her popularity occurred two-and-a-half decades before I’d ever been alive, I devoured her films, speed-read her biographies, covered my room in photos of her, and saved up my allowance to buy Barbies created in her image.… Read Full Article

The Last of Us [The Lady from L.U.S.T.]

The British Special Air Service, known as the SAS, is the infantry counterpart to the Special Boat Service. Their insignia bears the phrase “Who dares wins.” Asked about the importance of the SAS’s role in the fighting that followed the Iraq War, US Gen.… Read Full Article

The Last of Us [Mortuary]

Israel’s Sayeret Matkal is another of the world’s most elite units. Its primary purpose is intelligence gathering, and it often operates deep behind enemy lines. During the selection camp (Gibbush), would-be recruits endure hardcore training exercises while being constantly monitored by doctors and psychologists.… Read Full Article