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Cons De Fée: The Erotic Art of Wallace Wood

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Naughty Wood!

Beyond the sultry, slinky femmes fatale that master cartoonist Wallace Wood often populated the panels of his regular comic book work with, he also flirted with adult cartoons and comics throughout the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s, before finally embracing them fully at the dawn of the 1980s. Now, Fantagraphics has painstakingly assembled the most complete collection of Wood’s erotic work. They’re all here: from his early gag cartoons from such men’s magazines as Dude and Gent; to his sly sexy fairy tale parodies.

But he doesn’t stop there. Wood, who garnered international fame as a premier parodist for Mad, also takes aim at comics icons in such stories as “Lil an’ Abner,” “Perry and the Privates,” “Prince Violate,” “Stuporman Meets Blunder Woman,” “Flasher Gordon,” “Starzan,” and even his own “Sally Forth.” Also in this one-of-a-kind collection, you’ll find Wood’s own cartoon commentaries on sex and society in “The Sexual Revolution” and “Brave Nude World.” Other rarities include “The Marquis de Sade Coloring Book,” “Dragonella,” and the complete run of all of his covers for the infamous Screw magazine. In black and white and color (and off-color throughout!).

Pages:
200
Colors:
color and black & white
Format:
Hardcover
Dimensions:
8.5" x 11"
ISBN-13:
978-1-68396-185-7
Year:
2019

Naughty Wood!

Beyond the sultry, slinky femmes fatale that master cartoonist Wallace Wood often populated the panels of his regular comic book work with, he also flirted with adult cartoons and comics throughout the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s, before finally embracing them fully at the dawn of the 1980s. Now, Fantagraphics has painstakingly assembled the most complete collection of Wood’s erotic work. They’re all here: from his early gag cartoons from such men’s magazines as Dude and Gent; to his sly sexy fairy tale parodies.

But he doesn’t stop there. Wood, who garnered international fame as a premier parodist for Mad, also takes aim at comics icons in such stories as “Lil an’ Abner,” “Perry and the Privates,” “Prince Violate,” “Stuporman Meets Blunder Woman,” “Flasher Gordon,” “Starzan,” and even his own “Sally Forth.” Also in this one-of-a-kind collection, you’ll find Wood’s own cartoon commentaries on sex and society in “The Sexual Revolution” and “Brave Nude World.” Other rarities include “The Marquis de Sade Coloring Book,” “Dragonella,” and the complete run of all of his covers for the infamous Screw magazine. In black and white and color (and off-color throughout!).

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