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New From Carnal Lyssa the Witch #1

Posted in Adult Comic Links, Adult Comix Artists, Adult Entertainment on August 12, 2013 by SSCrompton
A prequel comic to the Demi movie

A prequel comic to the Demi movie

IN FULL COLOR! The Secret Origin of Lyssa, Nazi Witch Whore of the 4th Reich!  How does a young girl become the Aryan Witch Queen of Castle Von Crowley?  Find out in this Demi Movie tie-in and discover how Lyssa finds the Thule Gestaff and an Asian lesbian love slave. It’s her “cumming” of age adventure! This comic also includes full color photos of porn star Audrey Elson, the actress that portrayed Lyssa in the live-action Demi Movie.  Plus Secrets of the 3rd Reich revealed, along with rare photos and artifacts from Castle Von Crowley. 36 pages. X-Rated – Adults Only.  Hot Babes and Supernatual Nazis?  What more could you ask?

Get it at Drive Thru comics as a pdf Download

Or order it direct from Opus Graphics for $6 plus $4 shipping.
Paypal $10 to   (Be sure to add a note saying that you want the Lyssa comic and include your shipping address.
Or – send check or money order to Opus Graphics PO Box 2018, Scottsdale AZ 85252



Posted in Adult Comic Links, Adult Comix Artists, Underground Comix on August 20, 2009 by SSCrompton

Tarantula by Vogel This Saturday August 22 will be the last day to view the underground comix exhibit at the Electric Works gallery located in beautiful downtown San  Francisco, the birth place of the underground. The curator of the show is none other than Dan Fogel of “Fogel’s Underground Price Guide,” the only definitive reference for those underground comic collectors out there.
Recently I had a chance to visit the exhibit and, it is truly a must see for anyone interested in the history of the comics’ medium, fine art, or otherwise. On display is a virtual cornucopia of underground luminaries, including work from: R. Crumb, Vaughn Bode, Mark Bode, Randy Vogel, Trina Robins, S. Clay Wilson. The Air Pirates Collective, Larry Todd and many others.
According to Dan Fogel, this is the largest display of both S. Clay Wilson and Air Pirates original art in decades.

Besides the wonderful original work on display, the museum gift shop has been transformed into an underground comic store; with trade paperback collections featuring the talents of many artists on display, as well as original copies of extremely rare undergrounds are available.

This exhibit is particularly note worthy for fans of Carnal Comics as there’re several Demi the Demoness piElectric WorksSS&Randyeces hanging for your viewing pleasure penciled by Randy Vogel and Inked by Demi creator S.S. Crompton.

The Electric works gallery can be found at… 130 8th Street San Francisco CA.

For more information on the S. Clay Wilson benefit please read the press release below:

s clay wilson party

Following a packed and rowdy opening night last month, San Francisco’s Electric Works gallery has excited and intrigued locals and tourists with “The Cresting Wave: The San Francisco Underground Comix Experience,” a group exhibition featuring San Francisco’s Underground Comix artists from the Sixties to the Eighties. Although the artwork is available for purchase through November, the show closes Saturday, August 22nd with an All-Star Benefit Bash benefitting local cartooning legend S. Clay Wilson, who faces a long recovery from serious injuries. All are invited to join artists and fans in a raucous celebration featuring the E-Z Blues sound of The Dave Walker Band, refreshments, a raffle and a silent auction, from 6 to 8 pm that evening.

Artists included in “The Cresting Wave”are Mark Bode, Vaughn Bode, Guy Colwell, R. Crumb, Jay Kinney, Paul Mavrides, Dan O’Neill, Trina Robbins, Spain Rodriguez, Gilbert Shelton, Larry Todd, Randy Vogel, and S. Clay Wilson. Culling work from private collectors and the artists themselves, guest curator, Underground Comix writer, publisher and historian, Dan Fogel, has amassed important work from each artist that spans personal drawings, well-known comix pieces, including covers and original comps, as well as other rare ephemera from the heyday of the San Francisco scene. An illustrated price list is available for download from the gallery’s website.

In addition to offering exclusive signed and numbered prints by many of the exhibition’s artists, Electric Works is pleased to announce a new limited edition “jam print” by Mark Bode, Jay Kinney, Paul Mavrides, Spain Rodriguez, Randy Vogel, and S. Clay Wilson. This 24″ x 18″ piece is printed in an edition of 40, with archival inks on acid-free paper. The price is $100 per print. The original artwork for the print will be auctioned off. All proceeds go to the S. Clay Wilson Special Needs Trust. The prints may be ordered at:

The gallery’s bookstore is currently stocked with hundreds of Underground Comix and graphic novels, from rare first printings to the latest editions, merchandise, and memorabilia.

To become a sponsor of the Wilson Benefit Bash and/or the “jam print”, please contact Dan Fogel at

Jam Print

For those who can’t make the trip here are some tasty pics courtesy of Brenda Stabler


Bode and Todd

ONeill and Vogel


Posted in Adult Comic Links, Adult Comix Artists on April 30, 2009 by SSCrompton

Hi  all – SS Crompton blogging in today, with some news about what books we are currently working on and when we might see them.  So here’s the list and some info about each book and when it might come out…
True Stories of Adult Film Stars: AURORA SNOW #1:  This book is mostly finished and we have sold am ashcan of this book at San Diego year year.  It’s Aurora Snow’s life story and sexual fantasies told in her own words!  Unlike some of the other bio comics, this book will also contains a 3rd section that will include illustrated highlights from Aurora’s diary!  Should be out this summer!

DEMI & THE SEX SQUAD #1:  48 pages. This is basically issue 3 of Sex Squad, but with more pages and a little more emphasis on Demi and her other co stars who help out the Squad.  This time out, Vampirooni guest stars, along with new member Sumona (from Demi Hardcore 2 & 3)  Plus Kit-Ra.  A sexy-thrill-packed issue!  Look for it in August.

DEMI’s MOVIE SPECIAL #1  This book features stories that take place inside the Demi the Demoness Movie, including flashbacks that show how Vampirooni knew about the Thule-Gestaf (Rooni dated Lyssa’s Grandfather in the 1930’s!)  Plus How Lyssa recovered the Thule-Gestaff and got a new girlfriend and the time Demi was summoned to Castle Von Crowley during WWII!  Lots of cool , sexy Nazi sex and mysticism!  Look for this book in the Fall.

We are also working on a few surprises… so stay tuned! And thanks for being a fan!

In the Gutter – March 18, 2009

Posted in Adult Comic Links on March 18, 2009 by SSCrompton

Welcome dear reader to the first installment of “In The Gutter,” the only blog on the net devoted to bringing you reviews, interviews and news concerning the best in erotic comics past, present and future. We at “In The Gutter” take our porn seriously, so you know you can expect only the best. That’s right, we’ll dig through those fluid soaked, dust ridden, adult sections in the back of your local comic shop so you don’t have to and, if we contract herpes, so be it. At least we can rest knowing you’ll have some nifty books in your hands. Expect a little something for everyone–everything from pinups to pillow books, from Frazetta to Frank Thorne, it will all find its way here sometime.  So what are we waiting for let’s get started.

This Weeks Feature: Grub Girl

Published by Verotik Comics, Grub Girl tells the unique tale of a zombie hooker in her never ending quest for cash and refuge from the law. All she wants is to be able to give her ten dollar blowjobs in peace, and really is that so much to ask for? Edward Lee, underground horror author, best known for his gross out stories and splatter-punk style, masterfully spins his yarn through in depth prose and witty dialogue. His writing is what truly sets Grub Girl a step above many other adult comics on the market. While a great deal of erotic comics simply provide a loose plot interspersed with repetitive sex scenes, in Grub Girl, sex drives the story and emerges as an essential part of the narrative.


Simon Morse’s art compliments Ed’s writing quite ingeniously, rendering the world of Grub Girl as offbeat and cartoonish. Without his art, the story might in fact be quite unbearable to read for some, in spite of its expert craftsmanship. For Grub Girl does not present the life of a prostitute as glamorous, it strips away all the decadence one might see on the HBO series Cathouse, leaving a gritty environment full of heroine addicted, HIV infected, sad cases forced onto the streets by abusive pimps. Grub Girl particularly takes a disturbing turn when she is abducted for military experiments and tortured relentlessly. Yet, Simon manages to take some of the shock away with his loony tune caricatures. The highlight of Grub Girl lies in its dark humor that will either send you into fits of laughter or cause you to vomit. For example, Grub Girl sucks off another zombie a little too hard ripping his penis off. Hilarious! or not, you be the judge.  If you’re in the mood to try something a bit different, you know other than Housewives At Play, and have an iron stomach, then by all means check out Grub Girl; you won’t be disappointed. Grub Girl appears in issues 8 and 15 of Verotika                         (Verotik’s monthly anthology series.) Grub girl #1, which is a retelling of the Verotik short stories, focus more on Grub Girl’s traumatic upbringing, and Verotik World #2, which concludes the retelling started in Grub Girl #1. There was also a Grub Girl adult film made, starring the lovely Brittany Skye, which maybe reviewed in a later installment of “In The Gutter”


From time to time we will report on news in the world of erotic comics, however the amount of news one has access to covering the medium is quite sparse. “In The Gutter” does hope to change this, but it will take time. For now here’s a small bit of news you might be interested in.

Verotik, recently posted on their website that a Satanika movie is in pre- production. So far no word has been given on what sort of rating the film may have, but judging by the heavy super natural elements in the book, calling for a large number of special effects, chances are they will opt for an R rating in order to get a wider audience.  Even the biggest budget porn films couldn’t pull off the effects needed to properly execute a faithful adaptation of the Satanika series. Let’s just hope this flick turns out better than “Faust.”