These next two are from Rogue, October 1964 By Vic Martin from Men's True Danger volume 6 number 7, September 1969.
This has nothing to do with anything, but the file name is written as one word all in lowercase and I keep seeing it as “menstuation anger”.
By Bill Wenzel from Cavalcade, June 1968
This one's from that too.
Bill Ward in Eve, September 1962
These three are from the first issue of Harem. I can't tell if the shading on the leftmost man's coat is a signature or just shading.
These two are from volume 8, number 11 of Bronze Thrills. I think these cartoons were originally meant for another magazine the company published being that it's a pulp magazine for the African-American demographic and these cartoons clearly are not.
From Oz volume 31 number 6, sometime around 1969. Oz was an underground Australian magazine devoted to both sex and drugs. Here's yet another parody of the famous Charles Atlas ad.
Wish You Were Here, from an Anonymous Rube Goldberg Copyist - Rube Goldberg's foolish question cartoons were so popular in the late-1900s and early 1910s that a company called G & B decided to issue a series of card...
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