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Tutta
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SEX IN THE COMIX






Der erotischen Comic - Ein Comeback 2010





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Cinderella by J. Scott Campbell

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Sex in Comics: Ellen Forney & R. Crumb






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The 25 Hottest Female Comic Characters






Superhero tights aren’t just for men anymore. Over the past few years, the females of the comic book world have been getting a bigger share of the spotlight,
much to the delight of fans everywhere. From female team leaders such as Storm and Wonder Woman, to all-girl super groups like the Birds of Prey, the comic
book industry has diversified its view on the sexes and has presented women just as heroically and three dimensionally as the men.

But these women aren’t built like the burly gym teachers who terrorized you in high school; they’re just as feminine and sexy as any man could ever hope for.
And recently comic artists have been drawing these buxom bombshells with shocking precision and sexuality. So to celebrate these ass kicking gals of the comic world,
we're counting down The 25 Hottest Female Comic Book Characters!

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25. HUNTRESS
As one of the many “wannabe” Batmen that roam the DC Universe, the Huntress actually has something going for
her that the others don’t: a slamming body and tight spandex. While the character herself may be nothing but another
brooding vigilante, she provides some much needed sex appeal to the Batman comics.





24. SIF
As one of the few living females with the strength to handle Thor’s mighty loins, Sif has proven herself as a warrior
on the battlefield and in the bedroom. And like any comic heroine worth her salt, Sif lets comic fans see more skin
than a dermatologist. Even though Thor’s mortal form, Donald Blake, may prefer the gentle humanity of Jane Foster,
Thor is more interested in knocking boots with the mountainous Sif.





23. BLACK CANARY
Admittedly, she has some questionable taste in men (Have you seen the Green Arrow’s ridiculous mustache?),
but the Black Canary is no doubt one of the hottest women in DC Comics. We don’t know if it’s the leather jacket
or torn fishnet stockings, but the Canary certainly leaves fans and heroes drooling. Oh, and in what’s sure to be
a running theme on this list, Batman hit it first.





22. THE BLACK WIDOW
She’s the hottest redhead in the Marvel Universe and, because of that, the Black Widow spends almost as much
time brawling with baddies as she does fighting off the Avengers’ sexual advances. And although she’s built up
quite a body count in recent years, she's so fine that the heroes don’t mind taking their chances with her. She’s also
one of the rare ex-girlfriend’s of Daredevil who hasn’t been killed because of his ineptitude.





21. SCARLET WITCH
As the sexy, reality warping heroine of the Avengers, Wanda Maximoff is one of the only reasons why most of the
males even stay on the team. Her flirtatious mannerisms and propensity for wearing very little clothing have made
her a fixture of Marvel’s comics.
This is all despite the fact that she has attempted to erase every mutant from the planet, married a robot, and had
a sexual relationship with her own brother. Oh, and she’s also the daughter of Magneto. Yikes.





20. MYSTIQUE
Mystique’s homicidal ways and skimpy outfits have won the affections of sex-starved comic fans everywhere.
As a shape-shifter she also has the craftiness and intelligence to use her sexuality to get whatever she wants.

What man wouldn’t want to be with a woman who can transform into any other female imaginable to fulfill their
fantasies? For us, it would actually make Bea Arthur’s death a little more bearable.





19. DEATH
Like the cute goth girl or band geek from your high school days, Death’s chalky white skin and jet black hair make
her oddly appealing. Sure she's the personification of Death and probably shouldn’t be touched, but that doesn’t
mean we can’t admire the DC dime from a distance. Besides, we smoked cancer sticks for a while, and those
were way less sexy than she is.





18. BATGIRL
She has gone by various identities over the years, but one thing has always stayed constant: Batgirl is hot.
Whether she's a blonde, brunette, or stunning redhead, the character has always found a way to brighten up the
adventures of the otherwise brooding Caped Crusader.

But being Batgirl is a dangerous job, and unfortunately for the most famous one, Barbara Gordon, any man she
goes into bed with now has to have a wheelchair ramp handy.





17. POISON IVY
She's green and covered in shrubbery, but that doesn’t stop Poison Ivy from being one of the hottest women in all
of comics. And sure, she kills most of her victims and spends most of her time in an insane asylum, but men have
put up with a lot worse in order to plant seeds.





16. SUPERGIRL
As the cousin of Superman, not many men dare to flirt with Kara Zor-El, a.k.a. Supergirl. Still, her platinum blonde
hair and killer body make it hard for even the Man of Steel not to make a pass at her.

While the Earth-2 version of Supergirl, Powergirl, is drawn like a disgusting tramp who sets the Women’s Lib movement
back decades with every page that she graces, the real deal is usually drawn with a sense of modest grace and beauty
that is missing in most comic females.





15. BLACK CAT
It must be tough for the Web Slinger to explain to Mary Jane why he has all of those claw marks on his back,
but it’s worth it for a crack at the Black Cat. She’s not just Marvel’s answer to Catwoman, she’s also a memorable
character in her own right and for some reason she has it bad for the Wall Crawler. Sometimes being a dork pays off.





14. ROGUE
One touch from Rogue can land a man in the hospital, or worse. Apparently the Marvel Universe is fine with that,
as Rogue has gone through quite a few men during her career. Most famous of all just happens to be the card tossing
misogynist, Gambit. Nice guys always finish last, fellas.





13. TALIA AL GHUL
Just as quick to kiss the Caped Crusader as she is to kill him, Talia al Ghul is a known terrorist and love interest of Batman.
Her flowing hair and seductive accent makes it hard for any man to resist her. Just ask Bats—he had a kid with her! Then again,
there aren’t many women on this list that Batman hasn’t defiled.





12. WITCHBLADE
Witchblade comics will never be known for their sprawling stories or intricate character studies, but they are filled
with enough cleavage to get any red-blooded male through the night. Never has one comic book character caused
so much nervous sweating from the awkward fans who buy the series.

The biggest mistake that Hollywood made with the character is when they tried to place her in a much more modest
costume for the Witchblade TV series. Fans turned their collective nose up at the show and continued to ogle Witchblade
and all of her bare flesh in the comics.





11. JEAN GREY
When Jean Grey isn’t destroying planets, or being temporarily "dead" as the Phoenix, she’s actually pretty hot.
That long red hair and tight spandex suit (Professor X, you dirty old pacifist) has been one of the most memorable
parts of the X-Men universe for decades.

But one word of warning that all heroes should heed: Don’t think about her naked while standing in front of her
(unless you're absolutely sure she's feeling you). She is a mind reader after all.





10. SUE STORM
Sue Storm has been the model of comic book femininity since 1961. She has adapted with the times just as well as
any character on this list and is always on the cutting edge of fashion.

Sure other gals get more attention with their visible bust lines and pouty lips, but it’s Sue’s sense of self-confidence and
modest beauty that makes her rank so high on the list.





9. STORM
Storm, the goddess of weather, is equally well known for her leadership skills as she is for her skimpy outfits.
Wearing uniforms that would make a stripper blush, Storm often prances around the X-Mansion showing off
as many assets as possible. But it’s her quiet dignity and class that separate her from the other comic book heroines.
However, those outfits probably don’t make the wheelchair confined life of Professor X very easy.





8. HARLEY QUINN
She may be crazy, but Harley Quinn has slowly but surely become one of the most popular females in comics.
Ever since her debut in Batman: The Animated Series, Quinn has gone from one-off character to a full fledged
icon to both male and female fans everywhere. And while she’s slightly homicidal and infatuated with the Joker,
Harley Quinn’s offbeat look on life and quirky get-up is oddly appealing.





7. ZATANNA
She’s the resident magician of the DC Universe, which may be why Zatanna had a hard time gaining the respect of her
peers and comic fans initially. After a while, artists started to draw her with a slamming body and revealing outfits.
As a result, fans started shelling out dough to read her adventures and DC started to give her more high-profile gigs.

Armed with nothing but a top hat, jacket, some lace, and a smile, Zatanna is routinely the object of every man’s obsession.
She also happens to be another victim of Batman’s ravenous sexual appetite.





6. EMMA FROST
For some mutants, Emma Frost has been a one-night stand, an object of obsession, and even a home-wrecker.
She’s a lot more than just a pretty face, though. She’s also one of the most manipulative and powerful mutants on the X-Men.

But despite the fact that she has advanced psychic powers and the ability to turn her skin into pure diamonds, she usually
just needs to show a little cleavage to get whatever she wants.





5. ELEKTRA
One of the rules of thumb for comic book heroines is that if you want to stay alive, don’t date Daredevil.
Because of his bad luck, Matt Murdock is responsible for the deaths of more girlfriends than a Kennedy.

However, Elektra is one tough cookie and has found a way to come back to life after her apparent demise.
And it’s a good thing, too, because she has a hell of a body and enjoys to show it off. Since her rebirth, she
has crossed the globe kicking ass dressed in little more than a glorified handkerchief. Achoooooo!





4. VAMPIRELLA
One of the most fetishized characters in all of comics, Vampirella has become an icon to basement-dwelling
fanboys and attention-starved cosplay girls everywhere. As an inhabitant of the planet Draculon, Vampirella must
battle evil and rid Earth of the vampires that have invaded it.

Then again, with that much bare flesh showing at all times, it’s rare that people actually pay attention to the story.
Leave your brain at the door and just enjoy the body.





3. PSYLOCKE
Betsy Braddock, a.k.a. Psylocke, is the sister of Captain Britain and was seen as nothing more than a side character for years.
Then she swapped minds with a hot Asian chick, and soon the comic community couldn’t get enough of her. Sporting less
material than Dane Cook, Psylocke’s outfits leave little to the imagination, and that’s the recipe for a great comic heroine.





2. CATWOMAN
Throughout the years, Catwoman has evolved from a generic female villain, complete with bright spandex and tacky cape,
into a lycra-clad goddess. She has since become the focal point of various comics, television shows, and movies and
grown into the archetype for what a seductive female should be in comics.

As the deepest notch on his headboard, Batman’s relationship with Catwoman is perhaps the most complex in all of comics.
Despite her criminal record, the Caped Crusader seemingly can’t get enough of this feline femme fatale, emotional baggage and all.
It might have something to do with her assortment of leather outfits and various whips.





1. WONDER WOMAN
The queen mother of all comic book babes. Wonder Woman was actually created by the same psychologist who invented
the polygraph test, William Moulton Marston. Marston realized a female character with a magic lasso and metal bracelets
would appeal to every man’s fascination with bondage. He was right and the book became an instant hit.

Since then, Wonder Woman’s popularity has continued to grow along with her bust line. She’s a pop culture icon and a role
model for female comic fans everywhere. She’s also one of the only attractive females in the DC Universe that Batman hasn’t
gotten his grubby paws on. Yet.



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Druuna - Paolo Eleuteri Serpieri











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MILO MANARA




Wiki:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milo_Manara



Milo Manara





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Milo Manara





Info:
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Facebook censorship Milo Manara and the Club Tenco: the poster is pornographic

https://www.gazzetta.it/Sportlife/Tempo-Libero/20-05-2015/facebook-censura-milo-manara-migliora-prestazioni-sessuali-110905525958.shtml



Verehrung im Comic - Die Frauen des Milo Manara





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Topik godine, ma decenije!
Dajte covjeku titulu saradnika!
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Alfonso Azpiri






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Lorna And Her Robot by Alfonso Azpiri



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I leave you as I found you, only some time later.



She Hulk by Kevin Nowla



Anthony Vukojevich:
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(Frank Cho)



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Wiki: Underground Comix
https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Underground_Comix

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Erma Jaguar by Alex Varenne


Vol. 1





Vol 2






Vol 3







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Erotic Comics


Publisher: Knesebeckstraße Verlag (Germany)
Released: February 2010 - February 2011
Author: Tim Pilcher
Format: Album (25.4 x 25.5 cm) - Monochrome and full color
Genre: Secondary literature - Erotic
Country of origin: Great Britain



Contents:
Erotica, from the start through to the artistic creation of man. However Kama Sutra illustrations, Japanese shunga prints or engravings of the ambiguous Victorian
era are only the "foreplay". Develop their full Ausruckskraft the drawings only with the emergence of erotic comics. The salacious strips play with the allure of the
forbidden, shocking, provocative and humorous. And yet they want more than just one thing. The show gathered here highlights how the best comic book artists in
the world, the notoriety of erotic depictions with an artistic talent and technology to connect and exciting content to tell entertaining and pleasurable bringing. Of the
traded in the 30s only under the table Tijuña Bible about pin-ups and cartoons in the men's magazines of the postwar period up to the Underground ComiX the 60s
and 70s, this is the first coherent account of a globally successful genre. And the skeptics, the question of the boundaries between erotic art and pornography make
in reading were referred to the jocular words of the artist Stephen Gilbert: "The difference between erotica and pornography is simple erotic is what I like, pornography
is what you like, you pervert! "
Tim Pitcher has been working 20 years as an editor and publisher of the comic genre. He works among others, Vertigo and DC was one
of the editors of the British journal "International Comics".


Vol 1



Hardcover / 192 pages


Vol 2



Hardcover / 192 pages





Erotic Comics: A Graphic History from Tijuana Bibles to Underground Comix



From Tijuana Bibles to illustrated pinups to "Barbarella", this international survey of erotic comics chronicles
a groundbreaking form of sexual expression through insights from key artists, writers, and publishers, and hundreds
of full-color illustrations.


Interview: Tim Pilcher
http://www.comicmix.com/news/2008/11/22/interview-tim-pilcher-talks-erotica-part-1/

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Sex im Comic


Strich für Strich zum Höhepunkt

(Oliver Ristau)




(Foto: Zwerchfell) 1


Hetero oder homo, devot oder dominant: Die erotische Anthologie „Bettgeschichten“ gibt einen lustvoll-voyeuristischen Überblick über das Können der deutschsprachigen Independent-Szene. Dabei zeigen die 18
Beteiligten mehr, als manchem Leser lieb sein mag.



Pornografische Inhalte im Comic sind vermutlich so alt wie das Medium selbst. Die aus den USA stammenden Tijuana Bibles oder Eight-Pagers, benannt nach ihrem acht Seiten umfassenden Format, versahen Figuren
wie Flash Gordon, Popeye oder Dagwood Bumstead (Dankwart Bumskopp aus Chic Youngs „Blondie“) mit einem heftig ausagierten Triebleben. Art Spiegelman hält die pornografischen Kleinode, die zwischen den 1920er
bis 1960er Jahren erschienen, gar für die Wiege der amerikanischen Comic-Hefte: „Tatsache ist, obwohl sich bisher noch keiner die Mühe gemacht hat, das auch zu sagen, dass die Tijuana Bibles die allerersten Comic-Hefte
in Amerika waren. Sie waren mehr als die bloßen Reprints von alten Zeitungsstrips und sind fünf bis zehn Jahre älter als das, was wir für gewöhnlich als Beginn des Typus des Comicbook ansehen.“

Im deutschen Comic fanden sexuelle Inhalte im größeren Maß Eingang durch Underground Comix der 1960/70er Jahre, vornehmlich durch Übersetzungen von zuerst amerikanischen und später französischen Werken
durch Verlage wie März, Melzer oder den Volksverlag. Letzterer nutzte eifrig den Terminus „Comics für Erwachsene“ und veröffentlichte 1981 unter anderem Mali & Werners „Neue Porno Comix“ sowie W. V. Hertz´
„4 oder keine Reise gen Italien“. Dies waren Arbeiten, die explizite Darstellungen sexueller Natur beinhalteten - von sonst mit anderen Themen befassten deutschen Künstlern. Beide Ausgaben wurden von der Bundesprüfstelle
für jugendgefährdende Schriften indiziert.

Versuchen des Kauka-Verlages zu Beginn der 1970er Jahre mit einer Mischung aus lizensiertem Material und zum Teil in Eigenregie produzierten Stoffen im Magazin „Pip“ zu reüssieren, war kein anhaltender Erfolg
beschieden. Hier wurde allerdings auch keine harte Pornografie dargeboten, sondern schlüpfriger Softsex.

Beschränkungen von Seiten der Bundesprüfstelle für jugendgefährdende Schriften, heute BPJ Medien, unterlag während der 1980/90er Jahre das Magazin „Schwermetall“, welches Material aus Frankreich und den USA
(„Métal Hurlant“ und „Heavy Metal“) für den deutschen Markt aufbereitete, aber auch deutschen Zeichnern eine Veröffentlichungsmöglichkeit bot.

Unter Indizierung oder gar Dauerindizierung litten im selben Zeitraum besonders die am deutschen Underground-Magazin ‚Menschenblut‘ beteiligten Autoren und Zeichner, welches eigentlich „nur für Erwaxene“
bestimmt war. Doch die dortige fortwährende realistische Darstellung von Sex und Gewalt fand nicht viele Freunde bei staatlichen Jugendschutzbeauftragten.




(Begegnung in der Boutique: Eine Szene von Maike Plenzke.) 2


Dem Dunstkreis von „Menschenblut“ entstammende Künstler wie Matthias Schultheiss führten derartige Traditionen später an Hand der BPJS-Indizierung eigener Titel fort. Die des Schultheiss-Titels „Kalter Krieg“ von 1985
war allerdings sozialethischer Natur und wurde mit der Einschätzung begründet, der Autor würde durch seine Schilderung und Darstellung bestimmter Ereignisse „der Jugend keine Hoffnung machen“. Mit dem 1991 bei
Hummel Comics veröffentlichten „Talk Dirty“, welches pornografische Elemente beinhaltete, hatte Schultheiss dagegen keine Schwierigkeiten mehr – die Zeiten und Wertvorstellungen waren im Wandel. Und 2006 störte sich
niemand mehr daran, dass „Spiegel Online“ in seinem Portrait des ehemaligen „Menschenblut“-Zeichners Toni Greis süffisant auf dessen pornografische „Alraune“-Reihe verwies. Heutzutage kann Greis´ ehemaliger
Mitstreiter Geier nach einem Hardcore-Porno wie „Arsinoe“ seinen zugegebenermaßen etwas zahmeren Soft-Sex-Comic „Horst“ bei Panini veröffentlichen. Ebendort im Programm befindlich ist der Versuch eines Pornos
namens „Honigfeigen“ von Autorin Sanni Kentopf - bei dem allerdings Rochus ‚Robi‘ Hahn, früher auch bei „Menschenblut“ tätig, als Co-Autor die Finger mit im Spiel hatte und der, wie so oft, durch einem
männlichen Zeichner, Alberto Saichann, grafisch umgesetzt wurde.




(Dominanz in Pastell: Eine Szene aus Steffi Schützes Beitrag.) 3


Die Deutungshoheit im einheimischen pornografischen Comic liegt leider überwiegend bei Männern. Aus weiblicher Sicht betrachtet eine recht magere, wie oftmals frustrierende und unansehnliche Ausbeute. Was sich
jetzt aber endlich ändert: In der kürzlich von Naomi Fearn („Zuckerfisch“) und Reinhard Kleist („Cash - I see a darkness“) herausgegebenen erotischen Anthologie „Bettgeschichten“ wechseln Männlein und Weiblein
einander beim amourösen Stelldichein ab. Mitunter geht es zu wie in Arthur Schnitzlers „Reigen“, allerdings auf kreativer Ebene und vollzogen von Künstlern des aktuellen deutschsprachigen Independent-Comic.

Über dessen Vielfalt entsteht so unter dem wiederbelebten Begriff ‚Comics für Erwachsene‘ ein lustvoll-voyeuristischer Überblick. Die gezeigten erotischen Phantasien unterliegen dabei nur selten Konventionen
oder der Abgrenzung zur Pornografie und können sich einer eventuell gestauten Triebabfuhr als durchaus hilfreich erweisen. Das erinnert positiv an die seit 2011 in den USA erscheinende Reihe „Thickness“, die
sich ebenfalls mit dem weiten Feld geschlechtlicher Interaktion beschäftigt und viele aufstrebende Künstler aus der dortigen Indie-Szene wie Lisa Hanawalt, Brandon Graham oder Johnny Negron versammelt.

Nicht nur das Geschlecht der Pornografen ist im Wandel begriffen. Dass der Umgang von Pornografie in Zeiten von „You Porn“ oder „XVideos“, auf denen gratis jedwede nur denkbare sexuelle Praxis abrufbar und
zur Normalität geworden ist, zeigt sich in den Beiträgen der teilnehmenden Comickünstler.




(Sex auf dem Männerpissoir: Reinhard Kleist hat eine ältere Geschichte beigesteuert.) 4


Ob nun hetero, lesbisch oder schwul, devot oder dominant, allein, zu zwein oder in der Gruppe – das libidinöse Füllhorn der „Bettgeschichten“ bietet etwas für (fast) jeden Geschmack. Selbst Furry- und Tentacle Porn sind
vertreten, die Tentakel bekommen von Calle Claus allerdings eine fungizide Neuinterpretation verpasst. Das Finale von Heiko Nerenz´ Beitrag mündet in bukkakenaher Ästhetik und der gleichfalls durch Pornofilme etablierte
Cum- oder Money Shot findet sich ebenso bei Frank Schmolke wieder, wie Natursekt- oder Golden Rain-Praktiken – sein dunkel bebildertes Kammerspiel kommt themengerecht in goldfarbenem Lettering daher und bietet
mit der Benennung seines Protagonisten Yellow Kid einen doppeldeutigen Insider-Witz.

Höhepunkte hat es dem Thema angemessen also viele, doch wie sieht es mit dem künstlerischen Mehrwert aus? Véro schickt den Furry Porn mit sadomasochistischer Note versehen in die Disco und lässt in ihrer Adaption
einer Geschichte von Dirk Werner melancholische Untertöne anklingen. Bei ihrem letztjährigen Beitrag zur Helmut Nickel/Winnetou-Hommage „Hugh!“ hatte sie bereits gezeigt, wie mittels Perspektivwechseln eine Aussage
zur Verhältnismäßigkeit zwischen Autor, Trieb und Werk ohne allzu viele Worte vermittelt werden kann. Véros kantiger, leicht expressiver Stil und abgestufte Rottöne liefern einen angemessenen Ausgangspunkt um
abgründige Darstellungen zwischen den Bildern im Kopf des Lesers entstehen zu lassen. Zusätzlich beschert sie uns ein Cameo einer der Figuren aus „Das Leben ist kein Ponyhof“ der in dieser Anthologie leider nicht
vertretenen Zwerchfell-Künstlerin Sarah Burrini.




(Hautnah: Das "Bettgeschichten"-Coverbild von Frank Schmolke.) 5


Iris Luckhaus und Naomi Fearn frönen beide der Kunst des exzessiven Hintergrunddekors in Kleiderschränken oder Appartements. Während sich Luckhaus zurückhaltendem Voyeurismus und perfektionierter Formausgestaltung widmet,
lässt Fearn es dagegen richtig krachen. Die Jugendstil-Ornamentik ihrer an George McManus geschulten „Zuckerfisch“-Strips hat sie etwas gedrosselt, dafür inszeniert sie in kräftigen Farben einen Dreier inklusive
Sandwich, gelegentlich gebrochen durch animalische Niedlichkeit auf floralem Grund.

Die bereits an Beiträgen für Marvel-Comics erprobten Berliner Steffi Schütze und Christian Nauck toben sich dagegen lieber in der Natur oder im Wilden Westen aus. Bei Schütze wird daraus ein in dicken kurvigen
Linien getuschtes Plädoyer zur Bewahrung der Schöpfung mit wechselseitiger pastellig-zärtlicher Dominanz zwischen den Geschlechtern. Naucks maskuline Wild-West-Outlaws verschmähen die Pferde und reiten
sich lieber gleich gegenseitig zu, lehnen aber auch die Teilnahme einer Dame nicht ab. Schüsse fallen nicht, abgesehen vom finalen Gang-Bang. Der Zeichenstil erinnert an amerikanische Superhelden-Comicbooks der 1970er Jahre,
und der Wechsel zwischen gedeckten und schreienden Farben lenkt den Blick des Lesers auf das Wesentliche.

Auch Christian Turks Beitrag hat einen Bronze Age-Look, durch das von ihm gewählte Sujet der Mythologie bekommt sein Beitrag nicht nur einen leichten Studio-Giolitti-Touch, sondern auch einen paternalistischen Subtext.

Mawil, der von überarbeiteten Feuilletonisten oft irrtümlicherweise mit neurotischen Stadtbewohnern in Verbindung gebracht wird, weiß, wie es anders geht. Sein lesbisches Intermezzo punktet mit sinnesfreudigem Egoismus und
durch Kenntnis von Eurodance-Eintagsfliegen der 1990er Jahre. Die niedlichen Figuren haben nicht nur da Rundungen, wo es für derartige Geschichten nötig ist, sondern praktischerweise gleich überall.

Kantiger wird´s bei Reinhard Kleist, der sich besser mit norwegischen Krachkapellen und Country Music auskennt - Man(n) bleibt unter sich. Folglich wird umfeldgemäß dreckiger Sex auf dem Männerpissoir zelebriert, wobei besonders
die Hintergründe des Handlungsortes liebevolle Darstellung erfahren und so mittels derartiger ästhetischer Aufwertung kein Griff ins Klo entsteht.

Nicolas Mahler ist eher still, der einzige Österreicher unter lauter Deutschen und daher vermutlich etwas schüchtern. Er nutzt dieses vermeintliche Handicap und setzt, wie immer, auf abstrakten Minimalismus.
Dabei zeigt er
mehr, als manchem lieb sein mag.

Unter lauter Deutschen stimmt nur insofern, dass Horst Dounchidy-Glokken im Elsass geboren wurde und eigentlich eine Frau ist. Im Stil eines schrägen Funnys erhält Goethes Zauberlehrling ein sexy hexy Make-over in erdfarbener Koloration.
Dieses dämonische Up-Date wird durch einen Coitus interruptus gestört, welcher gottlob allerdings nur der Auszubildenden widerfährt, nicht dem Leser.

Maike Plenzke zeigt in einem an Animation-Cels angelehnten Stil den vergnüglichen Einkauf in einer exklusiven Boutique, verliert dabei aber den Umsatz aus den Augen. Doch die Zunge wird hier für andere Dinge als verkaufsfördernde Argumentation
benötigt - und bei H&M will ohnehin niemand arbeiten, geschweige denn Sex in der Umkleidekabine haben.

Tim Dinter und Verena Klein verlegen sich auf´s Kulinarische und beweisen ökotrophologische Kenntnisse bezüglich der Nährwerte männlichen Spermas. Damit bleibt man nicht nur zeichnerisch auf einer klaren Linie. Laska Comix, das zweite gemischte Doppel,
verzaubern die Leser lieber durch eine fröhliche Ode an die Masturbation. Ihre Beschwörung der Macht des Bildes bringt die Existenzberechtigung dieser Anthologie auf den Punkt.

Christopher Tauber tummelt sich gleichfalls im Bereich der Funnies, allerdings derer mit derberem Humor. Liebhaber von Kaviar werden so ebenfalls bedient, jedoch nur temporär. Von hinten schließlich kommt Ingo Römling, und zwar auf dem Backcover.
Da hätte man gerne noch mehr gesehen.




(One Night Stand: Diese sechs Künstler machen bei der Lesung mit.) 6


Porno ist also angekommen in der Gesellschaft - und im deutschen Independent-Comic. Vollzog Arthur Schnitzler an Hand seines „Reigen“ noch einen Abgesang auf die Moderne, so kann man in „Bettgeschichten“ eher
einem Loblied auf die Freiheiten der Postmoderne und auf das anything goes der aus ihr erwachsenen Nonkonformität lauschen. Letztlich ist dieser Comic aber auch ganz klar Pornografie und will als Anregung verstanden werden.
Dass dieses in relativ hoher ästhetischer Qualität geschieht, ist lobenswert; dass einige der teilnehmenden Künstler sogar etwas mehr erreichen als simple Erregung - umso besser.




Naomi Fearn und Reinhard Kleist (Hg.): Bettgeschichten, Zwerchfell, 104 Seiten, 20 Euro, nur für volljährige Leser.


Leseprobe:
http://bettgeschichten-der-comic.blogspot.com/?m=1




More:
http://forum.stripovi.com/topic.asp?whichpage=-2&TOPIC_ID=44587&REPLY_ID=1824897 (P.17)


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Barbarian Chicks & Demons

Creator - Erich Hartmann


Vol. 1





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Info: DL
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By Al Williamson (1931-2010)









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Ova gore ti je iz stripa El Gaucho. ;)

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U Njemackoj ima lijepa kolekcija, "Manara Werkausgabe". Do sad ih je jedanaest brojeva izaslo. 24,95 Eura. Al stvarno,vrijede svakog centa.

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haha glavno da si penis cenzurirao, a sperma na licu zena koje izgledaju gotovo maloljetno, graficki prikaz vagine, od homoseksualnog sexa samo onaj lezbijski prikazan itd. su sasvim ok?

i dobro bi došla distinkcija tematske odrednice topica kao prikaza sexa i opcenito zenskih likova (mislim da ima razlike, hahha)

ovaj forum je uvijek fascinantan

inače mi ide na živce novi žanr kvazipovijesnih softcore erotskih stripova koji valjda postoje da bi se sto bolje prodali kod teen publike (Koji svi slice na kvazipovijesne blockbustere)

elem, u jednom blade of the immortalu od algoritma (nemam sken) je bio jako zanimljiv estetski (neeksplicitni) prikaz prve bracne noci (razdjevicenja)

inace primjetite da u recimo dylan dogu se uvijek prikazuje najtradicionalniji sex

http://sexincomics.tumblr.com/

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