Chicago: WEB Enterprises, 1959.
Softcover. Magazine. Octavo. (34)pp. Stapled wrappers. Some rubbing and a light vertical indentation, else near fine. A body building magazine that dares to wonder what would happen "If Nobody Wore Clothes." In 1960 it was one of three magazines published by Herman L. Womack that were seized by the Postal Service and ruled obscene. The finding was overturned by the Supreme Court in 1962 and opened the way for other all-nude male magazines. Scarce. *OCLC* locates one copy.