Angel from those sleaze balls at Delilah Publishing, the same creeps who put out EVE which I made fun of earlier, and Rhapsody which I made fun of earlier and a whole bunch of the sleazy digests I call "Proto-Porn" and worse. They never had content other than photographs and long-made up stories about the models, often with the wrong names (even naming quasi-FAMOUS models with made-up monikers.) Then they would surround the blank spots with horrible primitive clip art, so the dames would be inside cheaply drawn "Victorian" frames. They never had advertising like a real man's magazine of the time...they figured the stale photos inside would pay the bills. They were wrong, and believe me, it was tough to loose money with smut in the early 1960s. Sometimes they would superimpose a quote from Shakespeare over the model to add class. Like, "Oh, that this too too solid flesh would melt" from Hamlet over a broad's butt, as if the Bard were discussing Booty. Although they launched many titles, few went much further than issue number three. They blew their wad on high-color covers, not on the content. For some reason, at least in my experience, the issues turn up in nearly mint condition all the time. Either no one read them, or boxes turned up years later.
Angel Magazine 1963 Collection Victor Minx
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