Man’s Life was published by crestwood publishing from 1953-1971. Originally a Men’s action and adventure story magazine, Man’s Life ran the gammut of pulp fiction ultimately devolving and mirroring american culture through the 1970′s with some of the funniest off the wall sex stories. There was core anchor to Man’s Life through out the 1950′s and 1960′s, Awesome Pulp illustrations including the infamous “Weasels ripped my flesh” cover by Will Hulsey that inspired Frank Zappa’s Album and cover of the same name.
Man’s Life Magazine from January 1970 CAPT. DAN MARVIN: HELL-RAISIN’ PRIVATEER OF THE NEW ENGLAND COAST LOU CAMERON: The war might have been over for most, but not for this tough Yankee skipper. He liked to fight – and make money “MY BODY’S GOT A PRICETAG!” GLORIA B–: A play-for-pay doll gives the low down [...]
Man’s Life Magazine January , 1954 This Classic issue of Man’s Life includes an illustration entitled “Arctic Manhunt” for a 5 page photo story of General Umberto Nobile’s doomed conquest of the North pole. (the cover is a wonderful illustration of Umberto Nobile by Illustrator John Fay). Also included in this issue is a story [...]