Number 1705: Ken Shannon’s “. . . weakness for slinky females”
I imagine Quality’s Ken Shannon #2 caused some bobbing eyeballs from adolescent boys (even adult “boys”) in 1951. After nearly 65 years Reed Crandall’s magnificent drawings, including a sexy chanteuse, are still effective.
Ken, a private eye with a big jaw is hired by the aforementioned sexy nightclub singer under false pretenses. Ken can get a lot done in a mere 7 pages, include give and receive beatings, and get ragged on by his assistant, Dee Dee, who sarcastically reminds Ken* in the teaser panel above of his predilection for gorgeous gals.
*Pappy pet peeve: using “your” for “you’re,” which the editor missed.