(1926–1999) has been called “the Rembrandt of Pulp-Culture” and it’s not hard to see why—he is perhaps the brightest star of his genre. His imaginative, detailed full-color comic strip narratives depict buxom, leggy femmes fatales having their way with tied-up, handcuffed, or simply awestruck men
This retrospective volume
covers Stanton’s work from the late 1940s to the 1990s, including over 500 comic strips, single illustrations, and magazine covers
. Also featured is an in-depth introductory text exploring Stanton’s life and work by photographer Eric Kroll.