Quantity: 1 available
Very light wear. Spine has no cracks or creases. Book seems unread. Light, interior toning. VG+ to NF. ; Cover Art; 16mo 6" - 7" tall; 159 pages; 1960's sleaze novel that is especially interesting because the cover art is by Gene Bilbrew, also known as ENEG. Bilbrew was a pioneering African-American illustrator who created the first black superhero, The Bronze Bomber. Bilbrew also worked for Will Eisner (Mad Magazine) and replaced Jules Feiffer as artist for the comic strip, Clifford. Bilbrew became addicted to heroin, lost his jobs with major publishers and began doing highly risque work for fetish magazines and sleaze book covers. Bilbrew covers are sought after. This is After Hours number AH150.
Illustrator: Illustrated by Gene Bilbrew
Edition: First Edition; First Printing
Publisher: Buffalo, After Hours: 1966
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 13595
Keywords: Erotica Sleaze Sex Novel Fiction African - American Gene Bilbrew Black Negro