Halloween highlights from the October 1954 and October 1955 issues of Humpty Dumpty Magazine, featuring lots of super cute art and games and stories and poems, even roller skating witches! This is the last post of October for AEET, hope everyone enjoyed the holiday fun this month. We'll be taking a short breather and will return in a few weeks with lots more-- have a super Halloween everyone! (Cover art for both issues by Dan Lawler)
Friday, October 24, 2014
Yes, weegs... err, wigs... wah-wahhhh, sorry. Okay, this sexy public service announcement post is to give fair warning to those of you planning your sexy Halloween costume this year without the proper sexy head dressing accessory. Yes, I'm talking to you, Sexy Leatherface! You! Sexy 70's Go-Go Dancer! You! Sexy Nascar Pit Crew Member! You! Sexy Duck Dynasty Hillbilly! You! Sexy _____ _____ (fill in the blank.) So what the Hell ever your sexy definition is of "sexy", you're still gonna look pretty silly (Sexy Silly?) if your hair isn't as freakin HUGE and sexy awesome as it can be-- and I'll bet my own receding cascade of curls if the sexy possibilities aren't endless! Here are some full-page ads from the back of the October 1971 issue of Secrets magazine (see our last sexy post too for more!) What's the sexy style for you? Lioness? Longette? Shake 'n Curl? London Shag? Hey! You! Sexy Monkey Girl-- I have the perfect sexy look for you in the first scan below! Oo-oo-oo!
Monday, October 20, 2014
43 years ago this month, the October 1971 issue of Secrets (Vol. LXX, #5) hit stands with another batch of wonderfully lurid, titanically trashy tales of sex, sin, and all the wild 'n wanton debauchery you could ever hope to handle. To be honest, you really don't even have to read the stories, as the titles and photos alone are enough to get a serious amount of crazy, cheap-thrill fulfillment. The back pages are full of titillating ads as well... maybe we'll take a peek at some in the next post!
Sunday, October 19, 2014
Found this clear plastic Bunte halloween candy bag at an antique shop in haunted Alton, IL yesterday for $2... excellent colors, and fun witch illustration and lettering. Not sure how old it is but a quick google shows that Bunte was still functioning as a candy maker until being purchased by the American Candy Co. in 1990. Anyone familiar with their sugary holiday treats?
Friday, October 17, 2014
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
A couple more highlights from "Happy Halloween! Things to Make and Do" (see our last post as well.) Now you too can turn your creepy castle into a blood drenched tomb of vampiric terror! This really is a fun little book with cute art, and includes many more spooky things you and your friends can make too: masks, treat bags, cookies, games, etc. --if only the cornball jokes were better!