Esca (Bait in Italian)

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L’impaginazione per lo slider segue la convenzione per i fumetti in lingua inglese. Si può utilizzare l’icona della freccia destra per spostarsi avanti nel fumetto e la freccia sinistra per spostarsi indietro.

Vai all’indice principale.

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Carnada (Bait in Spanish)

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La numeración de las páginas del control deslizante sigue la convención de los cómics en inglés. Puede usar el icono de la flecha derecha para avanzar en el cómic, y la flecha izquierda para retroceder.

Ir al índice maestro.

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Appât (Bait in French)

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La pagination du slider suit la convention pour les bandes dessinées de langue anglaise. Vous pouvez utiliser l’icône de flèche droite pour avancer dans la bande dessinée et la flèche gauche pour reculer.

Aller à l’index principal.

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Is this, indeed, our tentacle-vore future?

This comics panel is a reblog from This 6 April 2014 post at Infernal Wonders. The caption reads:

The food of the gods. The phrase ran through her mind as she saw Jorg absorbed — eaten alive — and digested. Could it be perhaps the ultimate fate of man?

Going by the style and content I would guess the artist is the great Wally Wood.

Vore image saved from orphanage

This image is reblogged from this 5 July 2015 post at Infernal Wonders. It’s source is “Far East Adventure,” a now-deactivated DeviantArt account. It seems appropriate to present here since I’ve done my share of indulging in vore. According to my earlier post, the image was accompanied by the tagline “Where do these cultists keep finding these beautiful college girls?”

Social media, that would be my guess.

South Seas Lola

If Lola can hold her breath for just a little bit longer, it will all be over.

“Deep Sea Lola” commissioned by Faustus and created by Sketchwork. Please do not republish or alter without permission of the creators.

A second commission by Sketchwork, again with his cutie vore-girl Lola, this time making a lovely meal for the tentacle monster from my graphic novella Bait. I guess she just chose to go skinny-dipping in the wrong ocean, poor girl.

If you like this sort of work you can support Sketchwork on Patreon as I do.

You can get in touch with Sketchwork at Eka’s Portal. The artist also maintains a stream at Picarto TV as well as pages at Hentai Foundry and DeviantArt.

Girl eaters, they’re everywhere

I originally blogged this image in this 8 June 2015 post at Infernal Wonders. It’s work by American fantasy illustrator Ken Kelly (b. 1946), and a bit of web searching shows that it was the cover of Eerie Magazine #60 (September 1974). A page at ComicsCollectorLive.com has a version with the original context:

“Deadly Man-Eating Aliens.” Yikes!