Epic: A True Magazine for Men. Published sporadically from March 1957 to June 1961 -- 12 issues altogether. This is the March 1958 issue, which originally sold for a quarter. Allegheny Books and Collectibles now want $10 for it.
In March 1958, I was at probably a couple of years away from appreciating the salaciousness of an article like "Sex Needs of Single Men".
Man's Story enjoyed a much longer and more regular run, from January 1960 to December 1975. Published as many as 9 times a year into the mid-60s, it became a bi-monthly in 1967 and continued this frequency until its demise.
This is the June 1970 issue, which originally sold for 50 cents. Now it'll set you back a sawbuck, if the folks at Allegheny Books get their way.
At least a portion of a swastika is frequently found on the covers of Man's Story.
Men's adventure was a very successful magazine genre during the mid-20th century.
And the adventure continues here.
If you haven't noticed, downtown Warren has many great examples of turn-of-the-century commercial architecture.