Sally Forth was Wally Wood's good girl strip for The Overseas Weekly, a paper that, like it sounds, was distributed to Army bases throughout the world. It started in 1968, and ran alongside Woody's spy adventure strip Cannon. The brief for both strips being simple: Woody could draw whatever he liked, so long as there was a naked girl on every page.
Cannon was more difficult, as an ostensibly 'serious' piece, to continue to come up with reasons for female characters to lose their clothes, but Sally was designed as a romp from day one, and resembles a naughty version of Woody's work on the early Mad's.
Sally is the original happy, dumb sexist male fantasy without a single thought in her head, but unlike some of the darker parts of Cannon, is impossible to be offended by. Bouncing around from one genre parody to another, accompanied by pals The Co-ed Commandos, it's just a frothy, good hearted piece of fun. Here's one of the more family friendly pieces, where the gang meet up with the old Universal monsters, and their arch nemesis, ( and real star of the strip ) the hapless & hopeless Captain Meno. Trust me, this guy's as persistent as Wile E. Coyote.