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OK, this particular ad surprised me when I came across it…in a Marvel comic, no less!

Hey kids, Nazis! Get’cher Nazi swastikas and SS badges right here. From your friendly uncle Adolf’s basement, right to your doorstep.

Seriously, WTF?

This is from Adventure Into Fear #25, published by Marvel Comics, October 1974.

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    4 Responses to “It Came From An Old Comic Book: Achtung! Adolf’s!”

    • majorjoe23 says:

      Looks like Adolf’s is now a salon.

    • Sean D. says:

      The “Minnesota” address surprises me more than the product. (Would’ve figured California.) I remember there was still a lot of Biker imagery around that time, usually co-opting Nazi helmets and patches.

    • Danny Fingeroth says:

      Correspondence in the Stan Lee archives shows that once the existence of the ads was brought to Stan Lee and Roy Thomas’s attention, the ads ceased running.

    • Nick Marino says:

      Hahaha the most ridiculous part is that the place was named Adolf’s — C’MON!!! Could it be more obvious?

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