Eleventh podcast episode up: Niceman

Cross-posted from The Squick-or-Squee Podcast.

This week on the Squick-or-Squee Podcast I interview talented CD pinup and peril artist (and vintage video arcade entrepreneur) Niceman, someone who has been my friend as long as I have been blogging, and one of the first artists to open up for me the erotic possibilities that can be generated by a computer.

Links:

Niceman at Devianart: https://www.deviantart.com/nicelabs

Chimera Genesis: https://eroticmadscience.com/2011/02/07/mad-science-anniversary/

Steampunk Chimera Genesis: https://eroticmadscience.com/2011/03/24/steampunk-chimera-genesis/

You can direct download this podcast, listen to it via its libsyn page or your podcast app of choice or on the nifty little player embedded below.

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Today we begin another new experiment at Erotic Mad Science. From the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, I wrote two whole screenplays. For the first of these, Auto-Icon I commissioned Erosarts to do a long string of quasi-storyboards which I compiled with the screenplay into what I called a pictureplay book. With the second I am attempting something that is in one way more standard for this site — the screenplay is being adapted into a graphic novel — but in another way experimental, in that I am delegating the adaptation to Erosarts rather than writing my own script. This delegation should provide a new and I hope refreshing approach to the readers, while freeing up some time and energy as I develop a podcast.

For those of you curious about the underlying text, I am also publishing the screenplay. The “typewriter” icon below each page links to a version of the screenplay. (Don’t read if you don’t want spoilers.)

So without further ado, let us get on with the next story.

The raiders set out for the decadent and decaying seaport of Innsmouth, Massachusetts in November 1927.
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↑ Typewriter icon link to screenplay. ↑

Minnow written by Iago Faustus, adapted and illustrated by Erosarts.