Category: Good Girl Art

Golden Age Glamour Volume 1

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Golden Age Glamour Volume 1 cover artNOW AVAILABLE!! The glamorous pin-up style “good girl” art that originated in comics’ Golden Age has been an inspiration to AC Comics from the beginning. In recent decades, we’ve even been able to bring reprints of many of the actual GGA stories themselves before a modern audience, paricularly when that approach was used on costumed superheroines. We’ve shown our readers “good girl” art jungle stories, science-fiction and even Westerns at times. But we’ve never really had the proper outlet to present examples of great comic book glamour art that did NOT fit into the standard genres we explore, and a lot of the BEST GGA of the 1940’s and ’50’s was in crime, humor, adventure and even romance comics. So, GOLDEN AGE GLAMOUR was born! An anthology chock-full of features absolutely brimming with particularly well-rendered examples of the female form, across a broad spectrum of genres, approaches and styles. This premier issue features 27 full vintage stories reprinted in black and white in their entirety, utilizing state-of-the-art reproduction techniques that bring the best possible resolution to the line art itself. Included in this spectacular volume are: “COWBOY MAGGIE”, a Fox Features crime story from their Women Outlaws title , drawn by Jack Kamen; BLACK VENUS, leather-clad aviatrix from Contact Comics, illustrated by Nina Albright; CANTEEN KATE, Matt Baker’s military maiden; BETTY BATES, crusading lady DA from Hit Comics, as rendered by Paul Gustavson and Al Bryant; KIT WEST, female frontier scout drawn for Cow Puncher by Jill Elgin; DOLLY O’DARE, policewoman- from Scoop Comics, drawn by Jim Wilcox; UNDERCOVER GIRL- Starr Flagg, special operative from Manhunt, drawn by Ogden Whitney; BLACK CAT- the sexy superheroine visualized by Lee Elias; PANTHER WOMAN, a one-shot beauty by Ruben Moriera, from Buster Brown Comics, of all places; CHOO CHOO, would-be actress from Quality’s Military Comics, drawn by the great John Spranger; LADY LUCK, by Klaus Nordling; FIREHAIR- frontier beauty from Rangers Comics drawn (once again) by Lee Elias; WOMAN IN RED , the costumed adventuress drawn by W. B. Smith for Standard/Nedor’s Thrilling Comics; TORCHY- the ultimate GGA feature, as illustrated by Gill Fox, from the unlikely source known as Military Comics; GALE ALLEN, interplanetary adventuress from Fiction House’ Planet Comics, rendered by Fran Hopper; JANE MARTIN, reporter, from Wings Comics, as drawn by George Evans; Matt Bakers’ TIGER GIRL, from Fight Comics; “SLAVE GIRL” by Warren King and “IT’S CO-OLD OUTSIDE”, by Frank Bolle; both from Avon’s Spectacular Adventures title; DAFFY, the lady wrestler drawn by Bart Tuney for Smash Comics; JOAN MASON, reporter (and the Blue Beetle’s gal friend) from Blue Beetle Comics; GLORY FORBES, by Matt Baker; SALLY O’NEIL, police gal from National Comics, drawn by Gene Fawcett; Frank Frazetta’sJUDY of the JUNGLE, from Nedor’s Exciting Comics; and a pair of FoxFeatures jungle queens; RULAH- by Edmond Good, and ZEGRA, by Jack Kamen. Almost 200 pages of prime female pulchritude, plus a text overview of GGA by comics historian Bill Black. Standard comic book size, squarebound trade paperback with full color covers, for $34.95. Don’t miss it!! Quantities are limited, and we may never go back to presswith this book, so if you want it, better snap it up now, before it sells out. Released in 2013.

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Yankee Girl: Stars and Stripes Forever #1

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It’s finally here, the special double-thick celebration of AC’s star-spangled second banana! Leading off, a brand-new YANKEE GIRL adventure set in the Fabulous ’50’s, as YG must face the awful onslaught of the combined evil might of The PANDA, LADY LUGER and FRITZ VOLTZMAN, with only guest-star Roger(The AVENGER) Wright to lend a hand, in “Buzz Bomb Blitz”, a comic- book tor-du-force penned by Wild Bill Black, penciled by Earnest Eric Coile, with inks by Stellar Scott Shriver and Wild Bill Himself. It’s chock full of stormtroopers, zepplins, doughboys and V-1 rocket madness!! Then, in an all-new modern-era story, Lauren (YANKEE GIRL) Mason treats herself to a tropical island vacation on the No Trouble atoll that quickly degenerates into a disaster on two levels, in “Can’t Stand The Heat, Kaiju?” ; plotted and penciled by Rambunctious Rock Baker, with ink finishes by Jaunty Jeff Austin and dialogue by Stunning Stephanie Heike. Then, step down memory lane for a selection of YG’s greatest adventures not seen since the 1990’s; including her FIRST AC featured role in an untitled story originally published in the long-out-of-print Good Girl Art Quarterly #7, written and inked by Mark Heike, and penciled by Dave Roberts. See YG and SHE-CAT battle it out (literally) for the role of spokesmodel for BH Industries. Then, as first seen ‘way back in Good Girl Art Quarterly #11, it’s YG in the now-classic “Sugar Cakes”, written and inked by Mark Heike, and penciled by Bad Brad Gorby. YG tries a new job; this time selling “Little Igor” snack cakes. Guest-starring the GREEN LAMA. Next, Lauren Mason bumps into her old fiance’ (from the Golden Age days) Corey Habot in “Old Flames”, written & drawn by Chris Allen, and inked by Mark Heike. This one initially appeared back in FEMFORCE #108. Then, YG runs afoul of the evil plotting of the villainous VULTURE in “The School For Yankee Girls, written and drawn by Chris Allen, with inks by Mark Heike, from FEMFORCE #109. After that, it’s back to the distant past of the 1940’s, for a breif text overview of the actual Golden Age publishing history of YANKEE GIRL at Harry “A” Chesler publications (written by Bossman Bill Black), followed by complete reprints of the ONLY TWO actual Golden Age YANKEE GIRL stories produced in the 1940’s; both of which were drawn by Ralph Mayo. And finally, a reprint of what is perhaps the “lost” Golden Age YANKEE GIRL story, KITTY KELLY, from Chesler’s Red Seal #17, in 1946. To try to understand just WHAT this character has to do with YANKEE GIRL, you’ll have to read Bill’s text piece in this book. Overall, it’s NINE great YG stories total (three of which have never before been seen) over 92 pages, in crisp black and white (in standard comic book size) inside a spectacular, full-color Will Meugniot cover; saddle-stitched. Released in 2012.

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Femzine 5

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Back again this month, it’s TEN MORE unusual tales for MATURE READERS from our friends at B-Brand Comix Studio in Italy, this time out even WILDER & RACIER than last issue!!! The mysterious & sensual vigilante known as The BLACK MISTRESS returns in “The Law of the Black Mistress”. When a young couple is set upon by a murderous gang on a lonely highway in the night, the Black Mistress takes charge of the situation. Written by Francesca Paolucci & Enrico Teodorani, with art by Antonio Conversano. Then, the sexy & wacky masked crimefighter known as BLUE VELVET makes her debut, in “The Case of the Chinese Waiter Torture”- written & drawn by Rick (She-Hulk) Burchett. The blonde (and topless) gunslinger known as DJUSTINE saves her friend Consuelo in “El Lago Maldito”, written by Enrico Teodorani, with art by MKD. A bad actress takes her frustrations out on an insufferable director in “SFX”, witten & drawn by Bill Fugate, with inks by Bill Blac. Then, it’s two adventures of the dark-haired urban avenger CALAVERA, as written by creator Enrico Teodorani- “Deadly Encounter”, with art by Jason Waltrip; and “The Uninvited Guest”, drawn by Eric Theriault. Also, three stories starring Enrico Teodorani’s fair-haired jungle goddess, PAMELA of the JUNGLE: “The Blonde Game”, and “Una Bara Nella Jungla”, both illustrated by Pierpaolo Putignano; and “Predator of the Deep”, with art by Roberto Elia. Finally, the next chapter in the saga of “Leather Blake, Mistress of Kung Fu”. The biker gang known as The Dragons now have the lovely Leather in their clutches, and take there revenge on her for past battles using whip, knife & car battery before dropping off the humiliated girl in front of her own gang’s headquarters.Written by Enrico Teodorani, and drawn by Silvano. Plus- pinups by Bill Black and Clifford Neal. Extreme violence and some nudity are found in this book, so it should be considered for MATURE READERS ONLY. 44 pages, black & white with color covers, standard comic book size, saddle-stitched. Printed in 2007

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Femzine 4

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Unusual tales for MATURE READERS!! This special issue prepared by our associates in the B-Brand Comix Studio in Italy certainly lives up to that billing!! The book opens with an untitled adventure of the leather-clad avenger known as… The BLACK MISTRESS, as she savagely defends an innocent young woman against three male attackers. Written by Francesca Paolucci and Enrico Teodorani, with art by Antonio Conversano.Then, the scene shifts to the Old West, but the theme remains dark with The BLACK PHANTOM, as she saves the women of a tiny Mexican town from the cruelty of El Diablo, in an adventure written by Enrico Teodorani with art again by Antonio Conversano. Then, back to contemporary times with an adventure of LEATHER BLAKE, female Kung Fu master; as the sadistic biker gang known as The Dragons hold her in bondage for brutal revenge . Written by Teodorani, and illustrated by Silvano. Then, a “classic” jungle adventure of the beautiful, blonde KAGEENA in “Battle Against The Boulders”, as Kageena must fight to the death with a vicious cromagnon man. Finally, it’s RULAH The JUNGLE GODDESS, in “Bloodstained Fangs”!! Rulah must cleanse the jungle veldt of Mava the female warlord and her Nazi cohorts. Extreme violence, adult themes and some nudity are found in this book, so it should be considered for MATURE READERS ONLY. 44 pages, black & white with color covers, standard comic book size, saddle-stitched. Printed in 2007.

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Femzine 3

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It’s outrageous contemporary “good girl art” and GTS action by the master, artist/wrter Bill Black, in a four- act two-dimensional play featuring girls, girls and more girls!! Continuing on from Femzine #2, it’s “Where Giant Tromp”, starring Yankee Girl, Fighting Yank, Starr Spangle Fanny Phantom, giant villainess Titanica, The Colossal Cossacks, The Panda, Morgan Le Fey, and a cast of thousands. Then, artist Silvano Calligari and writer Paul Monsky serve up a twisted tale starring Nightveil at the mercy of an evil wizard. Black and white with color covers, 40 pages, comic book sized. Printed in 2003.

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Femzine 2

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Hold onto your hats, guys; as Fanny Phantom bursts onto the scene. This former exotic dancer has been done over as a costumed crimefighter by the sorceress Morgan LeFey. After being transformed into a 70 fiit tall giantess, she is captured by the evil Panda who uses her body as a model for an array of giant sized female Commie commandos. In the second story, The Blonde Bomber enters the castle stronghold of Sadana to free enslaved girls only to become a victim herself, until turning the tables on the evil villainess. Both features are never-before-seen, newly written and illustrated comic stories by the incomparable Bill Black. A photo tribute to beautiful screen actress Lois Hamilton makes this book a visual delight. 44 pages, black and white with color covers; 7″ X 8 1/2″ format. Printed in 2002

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Femzine 1

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1st Appearance of The FEM FORCE. (ALL GIRL SQUAD) Femme Force One: The All Girl Squad [Phantom Lady; Miss Victory; Synn; Blonde Bomber; Tara] Rare Issue. Prelude to FEM FORCE “First historic issue of this long-running independant comics smash hit from the creative genius of Bill Black. Initial offering of the only successful ongoing series ever to feature a team of super-powered women

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Sky Gal 3

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Ginger must contend with a pair of bratty, mischievious kids on the loose with a tube of glue, in this issue’s ALL NEW story, ( in color ) written and drawn by mystery artist B. E. M. , and inked by Mark Heike. Then, it’s more of the best glamorous, pinup style comic art in history, with four more Matt Baker-drawn full story reprints from Fiction House Comics Jumbo: “The Kidnap Kaper”,wherin our Sky Gal breaks up a snatch n’ grab for ransom; “Bombs Over Burma”, where a little bad food leads to some high-flyin’ hallucinations; “The Hapless Heiress”, as SG inherits a sum of money, and “Scared Stiff”, where a crash-landing near an Asian temple leads to some spooky fun. This is what “good girl art” is all about. Color cover by Bill Black, interiors are color and black and white with graytones. 36 pages, standdard comic book format. Printed in 1994.

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Sky Gal 2

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Sky Gal 1

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ALL COLOR!!! The first book in history devoted to the misadventures of Fiction House Comic’s would-be girl pilot- known as Sky Girl when her stories originally appeared in Jumbo Comics in the 1940’s, redheaded Ginger MaGuire ranks right up with Torchy and The Phantom Lady among the all-time best “good girl art” strips, and proved very popular with AC readers when many of her stories were reprinted in Good Girl Art Quarterly. Beautiful, leggy and funny, Ginger had all the charms it took to get readers to return month after month. This issue leads off with an ALL NEW Sky Gal story, drawn by the madcap master of gorgeous women, Brad Gorby The fun, fur and skirts fly when Ginge takes a twin-engine job up for a test flight, co-piloted by a gaggle of green gremlins. Story, pencils and inks by Gorby. Then, it’s four stupendous reprints of actual vintage Golden Age Sky Girl stories straight out of Jumbo Comics; including her very FIRST appearance ( from Jumbo #68 ) drawn by Alex Blum,plus THREE classic tales drawn by the master of GGA, Matt Baker! See her hilarious and sexy antics wrapped up with a mystery writer, on a scavenger hunt, and as part of a harem. Color cover by Brad Gorby, full color throughout. 36 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1994.

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Good Girl Art Quarterly 19

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GGAQ #19 IS COMPLETELY SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE.*NEWSFLASH**NEWSFLASH**NEWSFLASH**NEWSFLASH**NEWSFLASH* …Due to situations beyond our control, Brad was unable to do the story in this issue! Mark and Stephanie Heike, came in and did the whole job from scratch in record time and saved the day!… By popular demand, AC Comics brings back a favorite title, one dedicated to the genre of “good girl art” in comics. Leading off is a sexy 12 page adventure of SHEENA, Queen of the Jungle by Bob Webb with Matt Baker… never before reprinted. The most outragous of all 1940’s girl art strips was Bill Ward’s TORCHY. Here’s another of the blonde bobbshell’s exploits where she manages to get her dress ripped off in no time flat! Matt Baker returns with another wacky SKY GIRL tale drawn to delight femme fans everywhere. Can SENORITA RIO stave off a Martian invasion and keep her skirt down at the same time? No way! It’s action South of the Border by Jack Kamen from Fiction House. Ralph Mayo illustrates the sexy CAMILLA from JUNGLE COMICS, and for FEMFORCE fans, Bill Black commemorates the 30th anniversary of two of his most bodacious creations…TARA and SYNN-GIRL FROM LSD- as illustrated by the great Brad Gorby, in a new, never-before-seen tale!! 52 pages, black and white with color covers

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Good Girl Art Quarterly 18 | Good Girl Comics 18

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ALMOST SOLD OUT-ONLY A FEW COPIES LEFT!! Femforce jungle girl Tara Fremont stars in the new lead story this issue, as she searches an African rain forest cave for a mysterious “Star Gem”, little knowing it is guarded by mystic demons. Story and art by Nick Poliwko, with inks by Steve LeBlanc. Then, the historical reprint section sticks with the jungle motif, starting with Fox Feature’s Jungle Lil, in “Lands Of The Mandrill Queen”; followed by Matt Baker’s Tiger Girl, out of Fiction House’s Fight Comics, a Bill Black text feature on “Lorna, The Jungle Girl-The Marvel Comics Queen Of The Jungle”; Jungle Comics star Camilla, drawn by Ralph Mayo, and Matt Baker again on Sky Gal(Girl), from Jumbo. No, she isn’t in the jungle, but we like her, so we put her in. Color front cover by Brad Gorby and Mark Heike, color photo back cover of Annette Peters as Tara . Interiors are black and white with graytones. Printed in 1995.

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Good Girl Art Quarterly 17 | Good Girl Comics 17

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It’s a new Halloween-themed lead story, as Synn is enjoying the holiday by entertaining three young orphans. When bed time comes, she puts them to sleep with a wild adventure story pitting her beautiful sorceress teammate Nightveil against a goofy frozen dairy monster in “Yumm! The incredible Ice Cream Monster With A Cherry On Top”. Hey, anybody remember Synn’s power to turn her thoughts into reality? Plot and inks by Mark Heike, with script and art by Richard(The Count)Rome. Introduces the villain Yumm. Vintage reprints this issue include Fiction House’s Sky Gal(Girl), Magazine Enterprises Dawn Girl ( from Red Hawk) in “Capture At The Waterhole”, and two Fox Features fantasies; Phantom Lady in “The Killer Clown”, and Zegra, Jungle Empress in “Games Of Havoc”. Color cover by Bill Black and Mark Heike, interiors are black and white with graytones. 52 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1994.

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Good Girl Art Quarterly 16 | Good Girl Comics 16

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Femforce leader Ms. Victory is the star in the new lead story, as she runs up against a displaced former Communist agent, who has no intention of stopping her war on democracy, just because the U.S.S.R. is no more, in “Cold -Warrior in Sunny Florida”, with script and art by Richard(The Count)Rome (from a plot by Mark Heike) and inks by Chris Allen. Introduces the villainess Cherry Bomb. Then the Golden Age section features two old favorites, and two newcomers. Fox Feature’s Phantom Lady is back, in “The Fat Connoisseur!”, and Fiction House’s Sky Gal(Girl), in a story drawn by that ultimate purveyor of “good girl art”, Matt Baker. New to GGAQ this issue are Magazine Enterprises’ Cave Girl, in “The Devil Boat”, with art by Bob Powell, and Avon’s Dara Of The Vikings. Color cover by Mark Heike, interiors are black and white with graytones. 52 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1994.

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Good Girl Art Quarterly 15

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Special Glamourcon Issue!! Photo cover ao AC actresses/spokesmodels Sharon Blair and Lois Hamilton!! Femforce resident alien Stardust stars in this issue’s lead story, as she has finally embraced life on Earth, and in very human fashion, gets lost in the excitement of a new hairdo and costume.(first story appearance for this costume, whicch was eventually changed back. ) When she volunteers to appear at a charity fundraiser put together by the shady Wayne Markley, neither know that the event is about to be crashed by that Golden Age Ace comics villain,(and nemesis to Magno) The Clown. Guest stars Jeff Bembaron and Howard Williams. This untitled story is written and inked by Mark Heike, and drawn by Chris Allen. Then, it’s the usual double dose of Matt Baker girly goodness, with his sensual art on Fox Feature’s Phantom Lady, in a story called “The Television Spies”, and a Sky Gal(Girl) strip out of Fiction House’s Jumbo. A new lady to GGAQ arrives this ish out of The Golden Age, Black Venus and her black leather swimsuit and boots, from Continental’s Contact Comics, in a story called “Agent X”, drawn by Rudy Palais. Special photo coverage of the first ever Glamourcon in Los Angeles comes next, with a write up by Drake Letcher- and finally a special bonus, a second “new” story this issue, this one starring Mike Frankovich, Jr.’s lady spy, Dawn Hunter, in her first AC Comics story appearance. A mining dispute in South America involves international terrorists using a mine shaft as an ammo cache in this story plotted and drawn by Chris Allen, scripted by Mike Frankovich Jr., and Bill Black, and inked by Allen, Chad Hunt and Chris Allen. Color photo cover, interiors are color and black and white. 52 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1994.

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Good Girl Art Quarterly 14

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The Femforce’s sultry She-Cat stars in the new lead story,as an almost accidental saving of the President’s life suddenly makes her a media star, and threatens to “ruin”the public image she covets of being dangerous and unpredictable, in “America’s Sweetheart?” Plotted by Tillman Smoot, with script and pencils by Mark (Star Trek) Heike, and inks by Chris (David Jacob Beckett)Allen. It guest stars the staff of Orlando’s top comic shop, Enterprise 1701. In full color. Then, this issues reprint section is chock full of goodies of the girl art variety, starting with a pair from Quality Comics of the 1940’s. First, it’s the ultimate leggy glamour girl, Torchy, getting into more trouble with a modelling job turned bad, in a story drawn by creator Bill Ward; then it’s the lesser known (but much more buxom) Choo Choo, who’s doing some modelling, too-at the beach. Then, Matt Baker’s Sky Gal(Girl) is back, straight out of Fiction House’s Jumbo Comics . It’s back to tumbleweed country next, as Bill Black picks up on a subject left off with in #12, on “Gals Of The Wild West Revisited!”, followed by a full story reprint of Pete Morisi’s Two-Gun Lil, reprinted from Quality Comics (again) Crack Western. Love those girls in cowhide and leather. And yet another text feature, this one discussing the changes that the implementation of the Comics Code Authority had on existing strips featuring female leads, with “Baggy Shorts, The Phantom Lady, And The Comics Code”, followed by a full color reprint of one of the 1950’s Ajax/Farrell Phantom Lady stories, “What Price Protection”, with the P.L. costume and figures restored to what they ORIGINALLY were drawn like, before Code censors got to them. Plus, a color Bill Ward Torchy pin-up. Color cover by Mark(Lady Justice)Heike, interiors are color and black and white with graytones. 52 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1993.

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Good Girl Art Quarterly 13

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The Femforce girls are back in the lead in color as She-Cat and Synn star in “Shopping Maul”. A day off and a trip to the mall babysitting Synn sounds like a drag to She-Cat, “till she sees something she really wants to buy. When theives who grab it manage to escape the ‘Cat, it seems like a total loss, until Synn saves the day, without even using her powers. A goofy, day-in-the-life-of story plotted by Tillman Smoot, scripted and drawn by Mark(Magneto)Heike, and inked by Chris(Warrior Nun Areola)Allen. Following that is a pleasant potporri of Golden Age reprint gems, of the glamour art variety: Fiction House features Sky Gal(Girl) from Jumbo Comics, drawn by Matt Baker and printed in color, and Star Pirate, from Planet Comics, with art by Maurice Whitman. Bill Black’s text feature focusses on the sexy supporting gals in many of the Fiction House stories that “starred” male leads, in “Window Dressing”. Then, it’s more Fox Features perfect pulchritude with Matt Baker back on a Phantom Lady story from P. L. #18, June, 1948, “Ghosts, Galleons and Gold”, followed by Quality’s madcap lovely from the pages of Modern Comics, Torchy- illustrated by Gill Fox. Plus photo coverage of AC spokesmodels at the 1993 San Diego Comicon. Color cover by Brad Gorby and Mark Heike, interiors are color and black and white with graytones. 52 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1993.

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Good Girl Art Quarterly 12

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Buckaroo Betty and The All-Western Babes!! The “Femforce Friends” lead stories in GGAQ continue with “Mudlow Needs Women!”, in color. The FF’s supporting cowgirl from the past gets tricked by She-Cat into trading her ol’ fashioned plaid shirt n’ jeans for a sexy miniskirted costume, and ends up getting snatched by a goofy alien driving an ice cream truck. Written by Beau(Winona Earp)Smith, drawn by Brad(Parts Unknown)Gorby and inked by Mark(Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)Heike. And the vintage section stays West of the Missippi, starting with Fiction House’s “Mitzi In Hollywood”, (reprinted from Movie Comics, and in color ) where the starstruck extra gets a bit part in a horse opera. And you’ve never seen a cowgirl ’till ya seen one as drawn by the great Matt Baker, like right here! Then, it’s Harvey Comics’ Kitty Carson (from an issue of Kerry Drake ) in “Terror Of The West”, as drawn by Bob Powell; Fiction long-legged, buckskin-clad frontier girl is here, straight out of Rangers Comics. She fights some poachers, and averts a Native American war, all in full color, illustrated by the superb Bob Lubbers. Finally, Magazine Enterprises babe in black with the twin .44’s, The Black Phantom makes a color apperance, in “Sixguns Of Skullhead!”- drawn by Frank Bolle. Also, an extensive, copiously-illustrated overview of ALL the G.A. cowgirl characters, as written by historian Bill Black: “Gorgeous Gals Of The Golden West”. Color Cover by Brad Gorby, interiors are color and black and white with graytones. 52 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1993.

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Good Girl Art Quarterly 11

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Yankee Girl!!! When Yankeee Girl first appeared as a supporting character in Femforce, ( among the dozens of REAL Golden Age characters revived out of Dr. Jonathan Weir’s Vault Of Heroes) she almost IMMEDIATELY became a hit with FF fans. Tho’ back in her 1940’s “series ” for Harry “A” Chesler’s line, she actually had ony ONE appearance in costume, ( Dynamic Comics #23) she has made dozens of hit guest appearances in Femforce and other AC books. This is her first modern-era solo story, and first color AC appearance- “Sugar Cakes”. So, what DOES a superheroine-out-of-time ( with her family fortune long since squandered while in stasis ) do for an income? Well, advertising spokesperson for a breakfast dessert snack might work- but don’t bet on it. It’s a laugh a minute in this lighthearted story, with script and inks by Mark(Mantra)Heike, drawn by Brad(Spawn)Gorby. The story guest stars Wayne Markley and The Green Lama. The, it’s reprints of what are unquestionably THE three best GGA glamour strips of comic’s Golden Age-Quality’s Torchy by creator Bill Ward, Fiction House’s Sky Gal(Girl) by Matt Baker, and best of all, Fox Feature’s Phantom Lady, in “The Case Of The Murderous Model”, also by Baker- and all THREE great strips are in COLOR! Plus, a report on publisher Bill Black’s experiences at the 1993 Tampa SunCon, with T.V.’s original Sheena, Irish McCalla, veteran comic art great Chic(The Fantastic Four) Stone, and comic and stryboard artist Paul( Predator, Robocop) Power. Could be the most fun issue of GGAQ yet!! Color cover by Mark Heike, interior is color and black and white with graytones. 52 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1993.

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Good Girl Art Quarterly 10

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Even this issue’s new Femforce story has a Golden Age flavor, as it stars AC’s revival of the 1940’s Nedor/Standard heroine, Miss Masque, in “Mudslinging!” Appearing on a sleazy T. V. taslk show to try to defend the honor of her newfound friends the Femforce, MM doesn’t know that the host has brought in a wringer to share the stage- the villainous Madame Boa. When Boa goads MM into an on-camera cat fight, and the show’s nefarious host wheels out a vat of mud for them to roll around in, it takes some quick thinking and fast-talking by Miss M. to get her opponent to team up with her and takeit out on the host. Plot and breakdowns by Richard(The Count)Rome and Norman Hardy Jr., drawn by Richard Pollard, Sr. with script and inking by Mark G. Heike. Way-out girl-fighting and mud-wrestling!! This ish’s classic reprint section is a big winner, led off by Matt Baker’s Fiction House flozzy, Sky Gal(formerly Girl), as seen in Jumbo Comics, a Bill Black text feature (with lotsa GREAT Alex Schomburg cover repros ) on Nedor’s Miss Masque, a Holyoke Comics Miss Victory adventure, drawn by Nina Albright, initially printed in Captain Aero Comics, a Fox Features Phantom Lady story, “The Substitue Cinderella”, drawn by Nick Alton ( in color ) and a way-out Quality Comics Torchy “tale”, drawn by her creator, Bill Ward. Beautiful, sexy gals in skimpy costumers- with lots of action and laughs. That’s the GGAQ experience.

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Good Girl Art Quarterly 9

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Giant sized fun awaits in the lead story, which feature Femforce supporting giantess, Garganta in color in “Island Claws”. In an effort to help them both better master their size-changing abilities, Tara Fremont has brought Garganta to the peace and tranquility of her Jungle Island preserve. But the quiet doen’t last long, as the island is soon invaded by an even bigger player- that old Lev Gleason anti-hero, ( revived in the AC Universe as a full-fledged super villain) The Claw!! Garganta starts out at fifty feet tall, The Claw even larger ! As the battle of the titans reaches a crescendo, Big G must call on some very special friends to turn the tide. Great giant woman fight scenes and GTS action. Written by Bill Black, drawn by Dick Ayers, and inked by Mark Heike. “Big thrills” continue in the Golden Age section, with a color tale of that redheaded Fiction House babe, Sky Gal(formerly Sky Girl) by Matt Baker- “Crunchy Corn, For The Strength Of A Caveman” reprinted from a story originally appearing in Jumbo.Then, it’s more Baker babes in Tiger Girl, from a 1946 issue of Fight Comics., and still a third Matt Baker opus, as he draws his signature character, Fox Feature’s Phantom Lady, in glorious color in “The Copy-Cat Killers”, originally seen in All Top Comics #14, 1948. Finish with Fran Hopper’s Mysta Of The Moon, from Planet Comics #40, a Matt Baker checklist of all his published work, and throw in a Pistol Packin’ Pattie (“Belittling”) by Frank Bolle, and you’ve got another book full of sultry, sexy, long-legged girls drawn in the best glamorous, pinup type “good girl art” you can find. Color cover by Bill Black and Mark Heike, interiors are color and black and white with graytones. 52 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1992.

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Good Girl Art Quarterly 8

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Special Comic Book Characters That Look Like Betty Page Issue!! This book leads off with a new color Femforce story featuring the wild west cowgirl brought into the present, Buckaroo Betty Bates. (Y’see, her rairstyle is eerily reminiscent of a certain dark-haired pin-up model’s…) Well, living in an era out of your own time can be confusing- and when Buckaroo Betty see some ad posters advertising a new movie based on the life story of magazine model Betty Books, well the character looks a little too similar to our Ms. Bates for her liking. Stampeding on down to the movie studio, Betty barges in just in time for the filming of the big lingerie/bondage scene. Like any good old fashioned girl would- she shoots the place up. “Big Screen Betty” is written by Bill Black, drawn by Dick Ayers and Black, with inks by Mark Heike. The vintage reprints section starts with Fiction House fan-favorite, Jumbo Comic’s Sky Girl. (Hey, whats SHE doing in this book? She doesn’t look like you-know-who.) In color. Then, “Imagine If… Betty Page were Torchy”- not exactly as it originally appeared, this is a Gill Fox Torchy tale from the ’40’s, with Torchy’s haitstyle reworked to look like our theme for this month. Goofy? Maybe so-but wait, there’s more! A five-page photo section of Betty shots, then, a Golden Age Matt Baker story reworked by Bill Black into a color Phantom Lady story that never was! “Wild Eyes!” (Remember, PL’s hairstyle is an AWFUL lot like…) And finally, a full color Yankee Girl story that was originally drawn in the Golden Age for the Chesler books, but never PRINTED, is used here, with YG’s hair rewoked into the Betty look. What else can we say but that you’ll get a …bang…out of this issue? Color cover by Mark Heike, interiors are color and black and white with graytones. 52 pages, standard comic format. Printed in 1992.

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Good Girl Art Quarterly 7

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THIS BOOK IS COMPLETELY SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!! Dave Roberts & Mark Heike team up on the FIRST solo Yankee Girl story to see print in decades!! Co-Starring She-Cat & Dragonfly. Then, it’s vintage glamour reprints with GA Yankee Girl by Ralph Mayo, Phantom Lady by Matt Baker, Sky Girl by Baker again; Miss Masque; PLUS a text feature on superheroines in the Golden Age. Cover art by Bill Black.

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Good Girl Art Quarterly 6

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Full Color Femforce Lead Story! As Jennifer(the New Ms. Victory)Burke tries out a new set of flying jets, Synn gets lonesome for her old friends, and takes a trip back to Club Paragon, where she used to work as an exotic dancer before she gained her synestrophic powers. When she learns that all the other dancers have just walked out on manager “Easy” Easton, she uses her reality-warping powers to morh herself into a whole marquee’s worth of different dancers, then solves a little “pest” problem for him, as only she would. “Gay Decievers” is written by Bill Black, with some of the WILDEST “good girl art” seen in decades, provided by Nick Northey and Mark Heike. It guest stars Jet Girl. Then, vintage vixens vye for visibility in the Golden Age reprint section of the book: Fiction House’s Sky Girl, ( color )from Jumbo Comics and Mysta Of The Moon , ( in colot )from Planet, plus Patsy Pinup from Fight; early Wally Wood glamour art on Fox Features’ Latin beauty, Chiquita. ( in color )Text features include “What Is Good Girl Art?” by Bill Black, “Sheena Takes Manhattan” by Bill Feret, and “Mysta Of The Moon”, by Ed Lane. Centerspread splash repro from Ajax Comic’s Vooda, Jungle Princess by Matt Baker. Color cover by Mark Heike, interiors are color and black and white with graytones. 52 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1991.

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Good Girl Art Quarterly 5

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GTS Lead Story!! The Femforce’s resident jungle girl, Tara Fremont gets tricked into appearing on T. V. in an infomercial- and is secretly slipped a dose of the unstable “Garganta Formula”! Wild highjinks ensue as she grows to giantess proportionns, busting through the top of the studio. As luck would have it, her new-found size changing ability lets her save a drunken spring breaker from a fatal fall. A new giant woman character is born, in this, the origin and first appearance of Too Tall Tara , in “Growing Pains”, written by Bill Black, drawn by Brad Gorby, and inked by Black, Mark Heike, Chad Hunt, and Billie Marimon.Unnamed cameo by Madalyne Macabre. Then it’s gorgeous Golden Age gals galore, including Clarabelle in Looie Lazybones’ “A Bride Fer Kissin’ Tim”, from Nedor/Standard’s Thrilling Comics #71, April of 1949; Sky Girl, from Fiction House’s Jumbo Comics #104, October, 1947- as drawn by the master, Matt Baker. This issue’s special focus is Fight Comic’s femme fatale, Senorita Rio. Extensive text history by Bill Black, Fight #37 cover repro centerfold, and a complete Lily Renee story reprint from Fight Comics #35, in color. You can’t find this material any place else- and if you could, no one but AC Comics has the state-of-the-art techniques to reproduce it. Color cover by Dick Ayers and Mark Heike, interiors are color and black and white with graytones. 52 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1991.

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Good Girl Art Quarterly 4

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Special Guest Feature-Sheena, Queen Of The Jungle!! This issue starts off with the fourth and final installment of the new Femforce story, “Shapeshifters-The Conclusion”. The FF enter the Shadow Realm and end the extra-terrestrial threat to our dimension. Written and drawn by Mark Moore, with inks by Chad Hunt. Guest starring Harry Diamond and The Raptress. Then, it’s airport diner laughs aplenty with Fiction House’s Sky Girl, straight out of Jumbo Comics, as drawn by Matt Baker- and a historical piece on Baker’s career follows, with “King Of The Good Girl Artists “, by Golden Age expert Hames Ware. Then, continuing the saga of comic’s #1 jungle heroine in Sheena, Queen of The Jungle: At The Scene Of Her Birth- The Whos And Hows”, by Bill Black and Bill Feret. Lots of illustrations and important info. Then, AC’s first full Sheena reprint, with a full color story out of Jumbo Comics. Finally, Nedor/Standard’s twist on Lil’ Abner is back, with Frank Frazetta drawing another installment of Looie Lazybones from Thrilling Comics- “There’s No Feud Like An Old Feud” Page after page of the sexiest, most beautiful women drawn in comics over the last fifty years. Color cover by Bill Black and Mark Heike, interiors are color and black and white with graytones. 52 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1990.

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Good Girl Art Quarterly 3

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Comtemporary Femforce lead story in color. “Shapeshifters”, Part III, written and drawn by Mark Moore, and inked by Chad Hunt. It guest stars Harry Diamond. The best in Golden Age pinup style reprints, with Fiction House’s Camilla, Sky Girl by Matt Baker, (from Fight Comics ) Firehair by Bob Lubbers, (from Rangers Comics ) with a historical write up on the greatest FH babe of them all, in “The Saga Of Sheena”, by Bill Feret, “How Sheena Met Bob” by W. Morgan Thomas,(reprinted ) and a Bill Black special “Spotlight On ( Firehair artist ) Bob Lubbers” .Girls, girls and more girls, in the third issue of this great series that takes the comic style appreciation of the female form from the 1940’s into the present. Color cover by Mark Heike, interiors are color and black and white with graytones. 52 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1990.

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Good Girl Art Quarterly 2

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ONE COPY LEFT!!!GGAQ#2 New lead Femforce story,(continued from GGAQ#1) “Shapeshifters”, Part II- written and drawn by Mark Moore and inked by Chad Hunt. It guest stars detective Harry Diamond. Complete Golden Age reprints ( in COLOR ) of the Fox Features’ The Phantom Lady, two Matt Baker-drawn stories originally printed in Phantom Lady #14- “A Shroud For The Bride”, and “The Condemned Venus”; plus “The Fox Features Phantom Lady Comic Book Index”, a guide to the entire 1940’s and ’50’s run of the character with historical information and lots of cover reprints. With lots of Baker art, this issue is filled to overflowing with the best comic book glamour art ever-bodacious , buxom babes and leggy lasses abound. Color cover by Mark Heike, interiors are color and black and white with graytones. 52 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1990.

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Good Girl Art Quarterly 1

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THIS BOOK IS COMPLETELY SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!!! GGAQ #1 features Femforce, Torchy, Choo Choo, and Sky Gal!

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