Thursday, September 21, 2017


Eventually published internationally, Hef's PLAYBOY was a magazine for the "liberated" male, while ESQUIRE took the high road, its content tailored for the "sophisticated" male.

That's why, when I spotted the cover of the this year's September issue of the Spanish ESQUIRE, I was shocked to see the decayed flesh of a zombie emblazoned on the cover!

Turns out there's a lengthy article covering what looks to be some of the more notable Spanish male personalities. One of them is George A. Romero (he's half-Spanish on his father's side). Like the rest, he gets a photo and a page of text.

A zombie on the cover of ESQUIRE... sheesh!

No comments:


Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...