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Ok so maybe it s not your cup of tea Maybe you re not interested in the history of erotic comics and how they re constantly changing But I can tell you this collection of comics are not for the faint of heart They are graceful, vulgar, lush, and striking all at once Alan Moore writes a great forward, softly pushing the reader into the dark and gorgeous world of quality erotica I m not even going into detail on the artists Just pick it up and read Then read Volume 2. Historic timeline of erotic comics, with a page or two on each genre or artist Good contextualization of some of the materials we have been working with at Alta Glamour Plus it s a big beautiful color illustrated book for your coffee table. Pretty images combined with poorly written text and a noticeable absence of citations. Interesting overview of the subject I would argue that much of the work isn t erotic in the slightest women being murdered while pleasuring men is disturbing, not erotic , but I suppose somebody somewhere must have deemed it so, unfortunately.Also, it seemed very straight If I were a gay man in the 1950s I m sure I would have found L il Abner or Terry and the Pirates quite erotic, to say nothing of those many hunky superheroes out there, but nothing like that was explored it was pretty much Interesting overview of the subject I would argue that much of the work isn t erotic in the slightest women being murdered while pleasuring men is disturbing, not erotic , but I suppose somebody somewhere must have deemed it so, unfortunately.Also, it seemed very straight If I were a gay man in the 1950s I m sure I would have found L il Abner or Terry and the Pirates quite erotic, to say nothing of those many hunky superheroes out there, but nothing like that was explored it was pretty much sexy women all the time, with the exception of two Victorian images and one Tiajuana Bible [ DOWNLOAD BOOK ] ♃ Erotic Comics: A Graphic History: Volume 1 ♶ Crammed full of exquisite art from around the world, with fascinating background stories about the artists, editors and publishers, Erotic Comics A Graphic History examines how this much maligned artform developed into a publishing phenomenon that spans the globe Volumedelves deep into comic history, from the bawdy English cartoons of the th century, through the magazines impacted by the two World Wars, up to contemporary magazine titles such as Penthouse and Hustler The book bulges with sassy postcards, provocative Tijuana Bibles, salacious pin ups, shocking s bondage comics, cheeky cartoons and liberated s underground comix Erotic Comics A Graphic History is perfect for fans of adult comics, art history and erotic illustrations or perhaps look on this one inconjuction we shall see or perhaps look on this one inconjuction we shall see Comics and erotica go together like dogs and Michael Vick At least I imagine they would as I will never read this. cool It was interesting, I just felt like it was lacking in something I can t really pin point. A book full of large, glossy illustrations suitable as a coffee table book.