Fetish art can simply depict a person dressed in fetish clothing, which includes undergarments, stockings, high heels, corsets and boots. A common fetish theme is a woman dressed as a dominatrix. Many of the 'classic' s, s and s-era fetish artists such as Eric Stanton and Gene Bilbrew began their careers at Irving Klaw 's Movie Star News company later Nutrixcreating drawings for episodic illustrated bondage stories.
That said, it's taken a long time for the medium to grow past the restrictions of those who've tried to deride it as an infantile medium. Many factors, both outside and inside the industry impeded comics' ability to ably and frankly discuss issues that were more grown-up. For decades comic books were written off as disposable entertainment for children despite their popularity among infantrymen in World War II.
Along with writer Jerry Siegel, Joe Shuster created a cultural icon in Superman in the late s only to naively sell away the rights to their epochal brainchild for a pittance to the company that would later become DC Comics. Fronted by racketeer Eddie Mishkin, a Jewish pornographer with alleged ties to the Gambino crime family, Nights of Horror spun wild tales of discipline, torture, lesbianism and all manner of activities universally referred to as perversions at the time of publication, and Shuster, working uncredited, provided the illustrations. He was also able to contact the Shuster family.
When Imprint began back inmy first contribution was an interview with the entrepreneurial Craig Yoe, in which he wondered whether cartoonists these days ever get laid. Yoe is a cartoonist himself, as well as a designer, historian and publisher of popular comic art books. Oh, and during that talk, he also confessed to being a pervert. You can read the full conversation here.
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The fearful is beautiful, the horrific is erotic. Both kawaii and fear coexist in his paintings. The adorable and the strange based on bloody fantasy and insanity with a tinge of the occult.
First, he could draw beautiful sexy women but chose to portray them in physical combat or bound, strapped, and gagged in the best dominance tradition. Why he did that is a question for his psychoanalyst, not me. Wikipedia sums him up this way avoiding Ditko :.
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