|Vintage Pulp||Oct 11 2014|
Who can’t walk and chew gum at the same time now, smartass?
Above, another cool comic book cover, this one featuring a woman dressed vaguely like a ballet dancer seeming to scratch her ankle and shoot her enemy at the same time. Or maybe that’s just a normal French shooting pose, because they do everything with a bit more style. Actually, this is the French version of the Italian comic Satanik, created by Max Bunker and Magnus, and the character is Marny Bannister, a woman who develops a formula to make her beautiful, but with the side effect of turning her into a murderous criminal. The screen version starred Magda Konopka, who needs no formula of any sort to look good.
|Femmes Fatales||Aug 7 2013|
Get your minds out of the gutter. It’s Latin for “with honor.”
Above is a shot of Polish actress Magda Konopka, who appeared in such b-classics as Satanik, Diabolicamente... Letizia, and the legendarily chaotic (as in copious infidelities among cast and crew, constant skinny-dipping, and all night sangria binges) lost world production When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth. This image appeared in Girl Illustrated around 1970, more or less right in the middle of what for Konopka would be an eighteen-year film career
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|Musiquarium||Oct 19 2009|
Soundtrack art Italian style.
Cover art from an assortment of sixties and seventies soundtracks and collections from Beat records, Italy. Note the Sandro Symeoni art in panel nine. If you missed our earlier post on this master's work, you can find it here.
ItalyCinecocktailAlla riciera del piacereItalia a mano armataMilano roventeSatanikNapoli violentaLa padrinaNapoli spara!A.A.A. messaggiatrice bella presenza offresi...KriminalRapporto fuller base stoccolmaLa polizia incrimina la legge assolveTeo UsuelliFranco MicalizziCarlo RustichelliRobert PregadioRomano MussoliniMario BertolazziFrancesco di MasiLallo GoriArmando TrovaoliLucio FulciSandro Symeoni