By Art Wetherell
This time-hopping sequence chronicles the naughty rompings of monumentally stacked English ladies, as they fulfill each other in a Sapphic frenzy in the course of the a while!
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In the field of cinema, vigilantism was upheld by the extreme popularity of characters like Paul Kersey, whose role was played by Charles Bronson in Death Wish (1974); policeman ‘Popeye’ Doyle from The French Connection I and II (1971 and 1976); and Inspector “Dirty Harry” Callahan, played by Clint Eastwood in a series of five films that began with Dirty Harry (1971) and concluded with The Dead Pool (1988). All of these elements added up to turning the figure of the superhero into a repository for reactionary, diehard power fantasies of judgment and vengeance.
Fools, if nature were to shrug... or raise an eyebrow... then you should all be gone” (Moore, Bissette, and Totleben, Swamp Thing: Earth 42). The reworking of narrative motifs Moore put into practice in Swamp Thing is not limited to the reassessment of the character. The conventions of superhero and horror comics are manipulated, too, and once again this is done through intertextual practice. The quotation of Gotham City mentioned above is an example; an even more effective one is that of the episode called “Pog” (1985), where the swamp briefly hosts an invasion by a group of tiny aliens.
I provide them with a springboard, so if they’re facing a blank sheet of paper . . they’ve got somewhere to start. . I put a real burden on them. But now I’ve learned to gear my stories to an individual artist’s strong points. I’d like to make one thing very clear. ” I can’t claim to be an individual artist in my own right. The end result, the strip you see on the page, is the meeting between me and the artist. That’s where the creation is. . I don’t consider my stories more important than the art.
2 Hot Girls On A Hot Summer Night (Eros Graphic Novel Series : No 4) by Art Wetherell