Science Fiction Paintings of Milton Luros

The first paintings by Milton Luros that I remember seeing featured beautiful women, rendered with a soft, almost flat touch.  For some reason the image of a green-skinned Amazon, struggling in bondage as two human spacemen try to drag her into a cage always sticks in my mind.   With a light touch, the artist […]

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That Pig of a Hedge Fund Manager

You don’t suppose any dialog like this will be overheard in the mansions of Connecticut, do you?   “Ugh, that pig of a hedge fund manager gave it to me! If you want it…”  But no, that would require some sort of awareness of the present catastrophe that the oligarchic class obviously lacks.  Oh well, at […]

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Clever German Amazon

Despite the corny Nazi theme, I couldn’t resist this Fred Gaurdineer panel of Fraulein Halunke, the clever German Amazon!   Sort of sums up the heartless femme fatale, along with the usual dialog.  You have to wonder if there are not a few of these sadistic blonde madchen hanging around in underground bunkers out in Wyoming. […]

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Frightened Imperialist Tabby Cat

Nothing like a trip to Eel Island in Steve Canyon Comics (circa October 1951). Here we discovered the cruel anarchist resistance leader, Sookie Susie, who took the trouble to kidnap the US officer’s wife, Delta Index. The question is, did Delta actually do a day’s work in her life? Probably not. You have to wonder […]

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