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April 1971, Vol. 1, No. 13 / Adventure

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“COVER: Frank Frazetta, the undisputed master of adventure illustration and creator of the famous Conan paperback covers, treats this month’s readers to an oil-on-canvas interpretation of one of Rudyard Kipling’s lesser-known classics, White Man’s Wet Dream.

Contents (listing only)

Editorial, By Doug Kenney

Letters, From the Editors

Mrs. Agnew’s Diary, Uncredited [Doug Kenney]

Horrorscope, Uncredited [Doug Kenney]

News of the Month, Uncredited [Henry Beard]

Contest Results

Tarzan of the Cows, By Michael O’Donoghue; Illustrated by Frank Springer

Spoilers, By Doug Kenney; Photographs (of Henry Beard in various disguises) uncredited

Adventures in Everyday Living, By Arnold Roth

Derby Dames on Parade!, By Michael O’Donoghue; Photographs by Michael Sullivan; Illustrated by Peter Bramley

Foto Funnies, Uncredited [features Doug Kenney]

Real Balls Adventure Magazine, By Doug Kenney, Michael O’Donoghue, Terry Catchpole, and John Boni; Illustrations by Michael Gross and uncredited [possibly Joe Orlando]

Booblegum Cards, By John Weidman; Photographs by UPI

Mexico on 5 Toilets a Day, By Rick Meyerowitz

4 for a Quarter, By Peter Schickele

Critique of Pure Murder, By Michael O’Donoghue; Illustrated by Dick Hess

Cereal Box Parody, Uncredited; Illustrations by Joe Orlando; Photographs by Bob Pike

File on the Plague, By Ed Bryant; Illustration by D. Wilcox

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