Lucy’s Millie Newman sketch

While she will still running her Patreon, Lucy Fidelis came up with one more sketch for me, her rendition of Millie Newman, a Tales of Gnosis College character who appeared years and years ago. In Lucy’s version of the story, Old Professor Hoffmann must have gotten quite the eyeful.

Millie Newman as sketched by Lucy Fidelis

Lucy may not longer have her Patreon up, but she’s still out there on the web.

Bonus Art: Lucy Fidelis does Clown Girl

Readers who will cast their minds back to the Shon Richards’s Nion Encephalization Enhancement stories (which begin here will remember the whimsical figure of Clown Girl, that avatar of her own erotic counter-reality. Longtime friend of the site Lucy Fidelis here offers her own version of Clown Girl.

Lucy maintains a DeviantArt site here and a Tumblr here, and if you like what you see, you can help help support her on Patreon, as I do!

Pulp Parade #202: Got the drop on her!

This is Spicy Detective Stories for March 1940, this version of the cover found via the Galactic Central Index. It was another one chosen by Lucy Fidelis for a re-creation. Clean version:

And that which reproduces the original magazine cover context:

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Lucy Fidelis has a professional site here.

Pulp Parade #201: Girl fight!

After March 1937 the quality (if you want to call it that, and I certainly do) of Saucy Movie Tales seems to have tailed off, likely due to the replacement of the great Norman Saunders by someone else considerably less able. So let’s go a bit further afield for our pulp, shall we? Here is the June 1935 cover of Spicy Detective Stories.

I found this version of the cover (one of few) via the Galactic Central Index.

Lucy Fidelis picked this pulp cover for one of her re-creations. Here is her “clean” version:

Two pulp girls in a vicious knife-fight, created by Lucy Fidelis.

And here is her version re-created with the original magazine-cover context:

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Lucy Fidelis has a professional site here.

Pulp Parade #194: Why didn’t Playboy ever run a “Girls of the Guillotine” issue?

This is Saucy Movie Tales for September 1936, cover by Norman Saunders. I found this version of the cover at Pulp Covers.

We have a special treat for you on this issue, the first of four. Longtime Erotic Mad Science contributing artist Lucy Fidelis has done a re-creation for this issue. She has made them in both “clean” and “context” versions. Clean:

A version of Marianne, originally by Norman Saunders, redrawn by Lucy Fidelis.

and context:

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Lucy has a professional site here.

Another Noel Toy by Dark Vanessa

A kneeling representation of the exotic dancer Noel Toy by Dark Vanessa.

Another just-gorgeous image of the Chinese-American exotic dancer Noel Toy (1918-2003) done by my friend Dark Vanessa (you can see her first illustration here. A nice transition between chapters of Visiting Faculty! If you’re feeling generous, Vanessa has a Patreon page as well.

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Penerotic Pulp Art recreation: Mummy’s Prey

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The work in question is a recreation of the October 1937 cover of Thrilling Detective, which I originally blogged over at Infernal Wonders.

Penerotic has a DeviantArt site here and, if you really want to show him some love, a Patreon page here.

Pulp Art recreation: Devil Spanking by penerotic

It is time for another one of these.

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This work was commissioned by me and done by Australian artist penerotic, who has a thing for creating adult comics — much to my delight. You can follow his work at his DeviantArt page or on his Tumblr or at Hentai foundry. And I am also sure that some of you fine and upstanding readers will want also to support him at Patreon.

The art that penerotic was sexing up for us, by the way, was the cover of the March 1930 edition of the pulp magazine Hot Stories, part of a series I reproduced two months ago at Infernal Wonders.

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The additional text on penerotic’s version are the product of his fertile imagination.

Little Script and Bespoke Art: The Asianizer

Every now and again I feel the need to write a bit of screenplay, and Shon’s observation on Austin Grove’s rather problematic erotic predilections somehow inspired me to get in touch with my inner Michael O’Donoghue and write a little satire. At least, I think it’s a satire. Other perfectly respectable people might think I’m just indulging in racial fetishes and misogyny for my own sick amusement. C’est la guerre. Anyway, those of you who grew up in the United States in the 1970s and watched those over-loud television commercials for various apparently-miraculous life-problem solving products you could send away for by mail order (e.g. those of Ronco and the like) will probably readily recognize the strange little genre to which this short script belongs (you can mouse-over and use the control buttons at the bottom of the image to page through the script):

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Naturally it seemed wrong that I should just have black-and-white text to illustrate such a concept, so I commissioned Frans Mensink to bring it out in glorious living color:

Not a trick! Not a disguise, but an amazing thorough transformation!

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Bespoke Art: Special Agent Caroline Ong

We have something special coming up next month, but while we wait for it a bit of new bespoke art, Special Agent Caroline Ong, presumably in one of the dark alleys in the industrial zone on the wrong side of Pleasant Prairie’s tracks, facing danger.

Special Agent Ong facing danger!

This was done for us by the Colombian artist Finishingstrike, who has a site on DeviantArt here and a tumblr here. As always, this image is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.