Friday, June 19, 2009

Some Reading Material For This Weekend

I'm not sure what any of these are about, but I really like the covers.

teddybob2

teddy_bob

teddy-n-1

isabellaPS014

teddybob

isabella-01a

isabella


teddy-n-100

isabellaPS018

P.S. I hope you will check out my other blog The Dino Lounge today. Many of you already do. For those that don't, it's my blog devoted to Dean Martin and the Rat Pack. Whether you are a fan of Dino and those other cool cats or not, I think you'll enjoy my post for today. I posted some sexy magazine covers over there. If you're a fan of the type of stuff I post here, then you will enjoy that post. I hope you'll take a look there and leave me some comments on the post. Thanks. I appreciate it.

24 comments:

Carlotta said...

I'd love to read those they're italian too..happy weekend!!

Mirko di Wallenberg said...

Hi Keith, a very nice entry for your blog about the swinging 60's with Teddy Bob and Isabella. Well, Teddy Bob was a first attempt in Italy to make a fumetti about the beatnik youth refering to the beat music, clothing, way of life, the Beatles and the Monkeys... and also adressing hot topics at that moment in time like teen pregnancy, rape, first love... The other fumetti Isabella is also a first attempt to make an erotic comic with a heroine as main character based on the Golon character "Angelique" played by Michele Mercier. Although Angelique lives during the reign of king Louis XIV in France; Isabella roams the seas during the reign of his grandfather king Louis XIII. Rejected by her father a nobleman she becomes a pirate and has a lot of erotic adventures on the high seas! The fumetti was very successfull during 10 years untill 1976. Class is over! I wish you a very good sunny weekend!

Keith said...

Hey Carlotta. That's cool. I thought they were Italian. Unfortunately I can't speak or read Italian. I'd love to though. Enjoy your weekend.

Keith said...

Hey Mirko. Wow! Thanks so much. I really appreciate that. It was great to hear from you. I always enjoy your comments. I will loved this one since you gave me some information that I didn't know. Both of them sound very interesting. I liked the covers, but I had no clue what either of them was about. Now I know. Thanks again. Enjoy your weekend. Cheers!

Planet Mondo said...

Cracking I'm gonna have to track down some of these winners on ebay..

Keith said...

Hey Dave. That sounds like a good idea. Good luck with that. Cheers!

K and S said...

Another great post! Love these covers. Have a great weekend, Keith.

Dooder City said...

I love the thigh high boots...really amazing. Keith, I hope you have an amazing weekend!

Mrs. M. said...

i love the things you are inspired by. Really, your site is so focused and original and clearly defined. i admire that greatly.

Keith said...

Thanks K&S. Glad you liked them. Enjoy your weekend.

Keith said...

Thanks Deana. I like those boots too. I hope you enjoy your weekend. Cheers!

Keith said...

Hey Mrs. M, Thanks so much. I appreciate that. I always love hearing how people feel about what I do here. I'm always wondering if people like what I post about or not.

Nancy Sinatra Fan said...

These are great covers. I also love those boots. Have a nice weekend.

Keith said...

Thanks Phoebe. Glad you liked these. Cheers!

Nancy Sinatra Fan said...

Did you ever seen the movie "CQ?"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z2QSuxXrKzU

Keith said...

Yeah, I saw it. I really liked it. I actually own it on DVD.

Joelyne said...

this is a great blog too!!!!!

dapper kid said...

What absolutely wonderful artwork. Isabella looks so interesting, I shall definitely have to keep my eye out for a copy!!

Keith said...

Thanks Joelyne.

Keith said...

Thanks Dapper Kid. Glad you like these. Isabella is the one I really like myself. I wanna see if I can find a copy of any issue.

Gabbi said...

That Isabella was a wild one! :)

Keith said...

She's my kind of woman. :-)

Uranium Willy said...

Is Teddy Bob the guy? Why is the girl whooping his ass? These old designs are marvelous.

Keith said...

Hey Bill. Glad you liked these. I have no clue anything about Teddy Bob. I assume it's the guy. Not sure what's going on there.