Some of the sexiest space construction getups ever from the brush of Frank Kelly Freas for the September 1953 issue of Planet Stories. It’s hard to find good versions of this cover. The one at the ISFDB is brighter and in better shape, but smaller, as usual.
The interior has artwork by yet another great, Wally Wood, illustrating Hayden Howard’s story “The Un-Reconstructed Woman.” The naked wild woman seems to have occupied a large place in Wood’s consciousness.
This issue is available to read and download at the Internet Archive.
Who else but Wally Wood could have drawn this panel? I originally blogged it in this 1 November 2015 post at Infernal Wonders.
This comics panel is a reblog from This 6 April 2014 post at Infernal Wonders. The caption reads:
The food of the gods. The phrase ran through her mind as she saw Jorg absorbed — eaten alive — and digested. Could it be perhaps the ultimate fate of man?
Going by the style and content I would guess the artist is the great Wally Wood.
My original tumblr post was here. This strange image appears to be a Wally Wood illustration. It was first posted on Tumblr by SDX and comes to us via Women fucking monsters.
MY original tumblr post was here. This image was originally posted on tumblr by Smoking Mirror with the explanatory text “1958 interior illustration by Wally Wood for Galaxy Science Fiction Magazine.” It comes to us via madddscience.
My original tumblr post was here. This illustration by the great Wally Wood was first posted on tumblr by TOMORROW & BEYOND and comes to us via pulpexplosion.
My original tumblr post was here. This illustration, entitled “Perils of the Princess,” was first posted on tumblr by The Bristol Board, who further identifies it as “Star Wars sex fantasy by Wally Wood from the Weird Sex-Fantasy portfolio, published by Collector’s Press, 1977.” It comes to us via reginaldjuice.
My original tumblr post was here. This comics panel was originally published on tumblr by brudesworld, who identifies it as being from Sally Forth by Wally Wood.
My original tumblr post was here. This comic book cover is internally labeled as the work of the American artist Dave Stevens (1955-2008). There is an official Dave Stevens site here. The illustration was cross-blogged from the site Hooray for Wally Wood.
My original tumblr post was here. Wally Wood, certainly.