Espinosa Cigars announced the 601 La Bomba Warhead in early June, when the company put out this press release. While the announcement of a Maduro-wrapped version of the original La Bomba was interesting, it was the artwork that was most eye-catching. From the press release:
The packaging is inspired by several themes in the World War II era. When unraveled, the foot band on the cigar is revealed to be in the form of a bomb. This “bomb” features nose art or aircraft graffiti, which was common in this era. Most prominent is the shark-face which is a reference to the Flying Tigers, the 1st American Volunteer Group, who would paint the shark-faces on their military aircrafts.