Leatherhead in Korea, a collection of comics by Norvel E. Packwood, took a much more humorous view of military life than than most other sources. Packwood made light of the admiration men showed for exaggerated, idealistic masculinity. His cartoon drew upon the well-known practice of soldiers plastering walls with picture of pin up girls. The large, two-page illustration showed a group of soldiers placing a photograph of John Wayne over the top of a collection of pin-up women.[^] The way the men are crowding around the John Wayne illustrates the worship for the rugged masculinity of John Wayne as a soldier. While one can assume this is not in a sexual manner, as the pin-up girls are, the homosocial admiration is clear.