African-American vintage sleaze illustrator Gene Bilbrew draws Bettie Page without Bettie Page! For fetishists, in this case, only the clothes matter. Read about Bilbrew, Joe Shuster, Bettie Page, Leonard Burtman and Edward Mishkin helped make Times Square ground zero for smut in the 1950s.
250 page book TIMES SQUARE SMUT the book available in paperback or $8.99 instant download
Eugene Bilbrew African-American vintage sleaze illustrator draws a Girl Gang
Times Square Smut the Book tells his sordid tale! $8.99 for Ebook, paperback edition also available.
Eugene Bilbrew cover illustration for High Heels in Heaven Science Fiction Bondage Thriller. Erotic paperback vintage sleaze novel. One of hundreds of illustrations in the book Times Square Smut the book. Order today in paperback or e-book. FREE PREVIEW and ORDERING HERE.
Forty Plus Digest was a Leonard Burtman product devoted to large breasted models. The box inset logo of a woman with a tape measure was drawn by Eric Stanton. The cover of Times Square Smut was drawn by Eugene Bilbrew. 250 pages!
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IN 1959, Edward Mishkin was arrested and 72 of the books he had published (or sold) were confiscated for obscenity. Mishkin sold the books in several Times Square bookstores he owned. The Supreme Court of the United States Upheld his conviction and the books disappeared into evidence boxes and attics. 50 years later collector Jim Linderman decides to find them. Eugene Bilbrew, an African-American artist drew many of the covers. He would overdose on 42nd Street. Other artists who worked in the same scene at the same time are Eric Stanton, who shared a studio with Steve Ditko, creator of Spiderman and Joe Shuster of Superman Fame. Along with Mishkin, there were two other smut producers in New York. Leonard Burtman, fetish publisher and Irving Klaw, who photographed Bettie Page. 250 pages with HUNDREDS of illustration not seen in over 50 years, and then not really seen at all. Available in Instant PDF Download, Paperback and Hardcover.
Eugene Bilbrew Draws a Devil Doll for an illicit Times Square Digest. Devil Doll was originally "Handome Abductor" by Ron North. 1958. A good year for dirty books.
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