The Disputed Territory will feature a new throwback advertisement in every issue. These iconic and whacky ads feature re-imagined versions of actual products sold in past eras. Each piece of art is created by Michael Hinson in a digital format and reproduced on quality cover stock, trimmed to 11x17.
In book one, Pendleton's Electric Corsets is a mock of a real ad back in London in the 1800s. Apparently, this "gentleman" started up multiple business claiming to have a corset using magnetism that would improve the posture and health of any woman that purchased and wore his products. He was sued, lost, and eventually disappeared into foggy Londan air.