"After a short ride in a taxi I was hustled through the back door of a scummy little restaurant in Chinatown off a pig sty of an alley and pointed to a very narrow wooden set of steps that led upstairs to a surprisingly sunshiny and immaculately kept small room just above the kitchen. In the room were two extremely fine looking skimpily dressed, albeit notably high class mid-20s Asian women sitting on a couch and close by some obviously recently used drug paraphernalia spread out across the glass coffee table in front of them.
"Also in the room was a burly older white man in a dark sports jacket with a white dress shirt opened at the neck and no tie standing with his back to the door staring out the window. The man kept his back to me most of the time while he continued to stare out the window and I continued to stare almost exclusively at one of the women who had not long after my arrival, propped both her feet and long bare legs up on the coffee table knees together. When I glanced over she immediately spread her legs wide apart revealing she was clearly clean shaven all the way up a la a Brazilian or Hollywood wax with no underpants."
JOHNNY ROSELLI: Mafioso
Whenever I think of the two women I saw in the small room above the café in Los Angeles' Chinatown as so described in the opening quote at the top of the page, I cannot help but think of The Infamous Madame Toy as characterized by my favorite artist/cartoonist Wallace 'Wally' Wood in his spy-story series Cannon. The two graphics further down the page drawn by Wood pretty much lay out what many consider to be a few of Madame Toy's more finer attributes, not to mention the two women in the room above the café in L.A.'s Chinatown. But, to learn more about Madame Toy specifically, click the graphic below of the book cover introducing her. As for Cannon, who shows up with Madame Toy in the same tome, in of which she is his main protagonist, the publisher's own description describes him thus:
"Undercover and under the covers, Cannon endures nude torture by beautiful women, explosive gunplay, naked catfights, bone-crunching plastic surgery, nudity, nihilistic lovemaking, Weasel the spy, naked women, death from above, and more naked women!"
The first Cannon showed up was in 1969 in a self-published book by Wally Wood titled HEROS INC: Presents Cannon. Notice in the above "Prologue" Cannon is described as a U-2 pilot shot down over China. It just so happens in real life, in a non-fiction sort of way, between September 1962 and September 1967, at least five U-2 aircraft were shot down over China. The U-2 shoot-downs occurred on September 8, 1962 over the city of Nanchang; November 1, 1963 over Jiangxi; July 7, 1964 near Shantou; January 10, 1965 200 miles south of Beijing; and on September 9, 1967 over Quzhou in Jiaxing Province.(source)
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JOHNNY ROSELLI: MAFIOSO
THE SAIGON TEA GIRL
PHYLLIS DAVIS CIRCA 1980
ON THE RAZOR'S
TERRY AND THE PIRATES
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