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Mystery in Space Vol 1 #22 "The Square Earth" 
Cover Artists; Murphy Anderson (November, 1954)
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Mystery in Space Vol 1 #22 "The Square Earth"

Cover Artists; Murphy Anderson (November, 1954)

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“At The Coconut Grove” by Ralph Barton. Two pages from the 1928 book “Caricatures of To-Day” caricaturing silent film stars of the day.

Did you know?

'Lesbian Pulp Fiction was popular in the 1950′s – mid 60′s. At the time it was really the only information for, or about, lesbians and became quite popular, though still slightly underground. Small publishing houses like Brandon, Beacon and especially Midwood really hit the market. When you look at these covers, almost always, the dark haired woman in the illustration is the boss and the blond has been ’turned’ into a lesbian by her.'

"Lesbian Love - Can it ever be condoned?"

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Sexist Vintage Ads (1950s-60s)

Skeletons of Cartoon Characters, by Michael Paulus

All images by Michael Paulus

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Did you know?

That during WWII almost every US Comic Book or Cartoon (which was primary for kids) included some War Propaganda?

Some examples:

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Mäda Primavesi, by Gustav Klimt (1912)

Mäda Primavesi, by Gustav Klimt (1912)

Evolution of Bugs Bunny (1940s-Now)

Evolution of Bugs Bunny (1940s-Now)

Clara Bow Style (In 1926 her outfit cost $346.50)

Clara Bow Style (In 1926 her outfit cost $346.50)

Maila Nurmi before she was Vampira (1952)

Tim O’Briens portrait of Little Richard

Tim O’Briens portrait of Little Richard

Charlie Chaplin (Time Magazine, 1931)

Charlie Chaplin (Time Magazine, 1931)

The Rolling Stones (Some Girls, 1978)

"The Can Bag" (Campbell’s Soup Magazine Ad, 1969 )

"The Can Bag" (Campbell’s Soup Magazine Ad, 1969 )

 “Diego en mi Pensamiento/Diego in My Thoughts“, by Frida Kahlo (1943)

“Diego en mi Pensamiento/Diego in My Thoughts, by Frida Kahlo (1943)