I'm back! The spicy pop culture archive returns with a daily dose of the craziest journalistic nuggets on books, music, and movies. Sorry I've been away for so long. We'll kick it off with the story of Count Dante - an unforgettable huckster/hairstylist/martial artist from back in the day. He sold his deadly wares in the pages of thousands of comic books and magazines of the 1960's and 70's. Despite his premature death, the creator of the "Dim Mak death touch" was nothing if not memorable - enjoy!
From Bizarre magazine