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.

2015 Squick or Squee Week VII: Les Pervertis

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Frans Mensink turns his re-creation into a meta-level meditation on inspiration…and fear. Happy Halloween, everybody!

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The Artist and a Note

Frans Mensink has a DeviantArt site here and a professional site here.

A larger version of this art is expected to be published at the Internet Archive in early November.

2015 Squick or Squee Week VI: La sorcière

Introduction

Niceman imagines the punishment of a witch.

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The Artist and a Note

Niceman has a DeviantArt site here and a Renderotica gallery here.

A larger version of this art is expected to be published at the Internet Archive in early November.

2015 Squick or Squee Week V: Les Coupeurs de Têtes

Introduction

Horst Dounichdy-Glokken re-imagines some poor woman lost in a green hell.

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The Artist and a Note

Horst Dounichdy-Glokken, born 1972 in Oberhoffen-sur-Moder, Alsace, studied Communications Design and Psychology in Brussels and Berlin. She works as a freelance consultant for politicians and business leaders. Under her male pseudonym Horst Dounichdy-Glokken she has been publishing erotic comics with German S/M magazine Schlagzeilen, Weissblech Comics and French publisher La Musardine since 2011. She maintains a professional website here.

A larger version of this art is expected to be published at the Internet Archive in November.

2015 Squick or Squee Week IV: L’homme qui a tué la mort

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Busy artist Lon Ryden tries his hand at horror. I think the scalpel is a nice touch.

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The Artist and a Note

Lon Ryden is the illustrator of, among many other things, the Tales of Gnosis College and We Must Boost the Signal. He has a DeviantArt site here and a professional site here.

A larger version of this art is expected to be published at the Internet Archive in November.

2015 Squick or Squee Week III: Le jardin des supplices

Introduction

The Théâtre du Grand-Guignol, which existed in Paris from 1897 to 1962, provided a form of theatrical horror sufficiently impressive that its name lives on in the English language. (If someone tells you you’re in for a “grand-guignol experience,” expected to be scared, or at least shocked.) It also left behind some remarkable promotional art which strikes me as being ripe for re-creation, especially in our annual tradition of the Squick or Squee parade.

Our first entry in this part of the parade comes from CG artist KristinF, and involves suffering among the beauty of nature.

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The Artist and a Note

KristinF has a DeviantArt site here and an additional, possibly more explicit site here.

A larger version of her art is expected to be published at the Internet Archive in early November.

2015 Squick or Squee Week II: HALO Seat

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The second of DMFO’s new pieces running as part of Squick or Squee week. He re-imagines a pulp art execution.

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I originally blogged this image in a post “In the hot seat” at Infernal Wonders. It’s a crop from a cover illustration for the magazine Detective Line-up (August 1952). You can see the whole cover in the original post.

The Artist and a Note

DMFO has a DeviantArt site here.

A larger version of this art is expected to be published at the Internet Archive in early November.

2015 Squick or Squee Week I: A Gift to Septimo

Introduction

We have two kinds of art — all of it specially commissioned for Erotic Mad Science — running as part of our annual pre-Halloween tradition of Squick or Squee week. The first two will be two new illustrations by DMFO, both pulp art recreations. This one is “A Gift to Septimo.”

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I originally blogged this image in a post “When sex came to Septimo” at Hedonix. It was originally an illustration to a story called “The Facts of Life,” run at Future Science Fiction, September 1952.

The Artist and a Note

DMFO has a DeviantArt site here.

A larger version of this art is expected to be published at the Internet Archive in early November.

Pulp Art re-creation: The Damned be Lovely

Introduction

Another rec-creation by Horst Dounichdy-Glokken, continuing her practice of creative play with title material.

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The cover of Shock Mystery Tales from February 1963. Unfortunately I don’t know the name of the artist who did the painting. I originally blogged it in the post “The soft virgins of hell’s pit from which Satan takes a bride, etc.” at Infernal Wonders.

The Artist

Horst Dounichdy-Glokken, born 1972 in Oberhoffen-sur-Moder, Alsace, studied Communications Design and Psychology in Brussels and Berlin. She works as a freelance consultant for politicians and business leaders. Under her male pseudonym Horst Dounichdy-Glokken she has been publishing erotic comics with German S/M magazine Schlagzeilen, Weissblech Comics and French publisher La Musardine since 2011. She maintains a professional website here.