Wednesday, 23 May 2018

Tiffany Sinn, CIA Sweetheart



Though blessed with a name that sounds like she should be performing in adult movies, Tiffany Sin was actually Charlton's premier undercover agent ( or ' CIA sweetheart ', a phrase you could only really use in the late sixties ).
She appeared in three issues of Career Girl Romances, even nabbing a third of the cover there, and one back-up in Dick Giordano's Sarge Steel. And the reason we care?
Well, for her last appearance, she was drawn by Jim Aparo.
Here's Tiff in Espionage: Muscle Beach Style!











3 comments:

  1. Early Aparo is so darned good. Aparo never got bad, but his later work did become a bit formulaic. But I loved his workaday habits which made him arguably the most reliable artists of any generation.

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  2. One of my top 10 desert island artists for sure.

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  3. Let's face it, if in the 1960s your name was Tiffany Sinn, there were probably two careers you were fated to - and one of them wouldn't have passed the Comics Code.

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