A one-shot SF title from Avon Comics from 1951, complete with beautiful princess in a skimpy bra and a split skirt that shows off her fantastic gams. (The skirt that is -- not the bra -- showing off the legs. Ted Dustin wouldn't be hlding nher so tight nif that were the case, right?)
Also in this ish: "The Death Doll," Flash Harper, crack news photographer for Daily Slant and reporter Amy Bell, travel to Slavonia to face off with an underground crime organization that uses voodoo dolls.
NOTE: As David Lee smkith points out below, this is a rip-off of Otis Adelbert Kline's Maza of the Moon. Also I screwed up and posted the wrong link. Fixed now.