It’s no secret that I likes me some smutty art. I do! I’m always impressed by it and I think it’s healthy for girls to admit these types of things, ‘cause it can get real frowned upon. So, without further ado, some comic and graphic novels for ADULTS ONLY. All of them are NSFW, so kiddies, wait…
Every year, the English department at San Jose State University sponsors the Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest, a writing competition which pays homage to Edward George Bulwer-Lytton, the man responsible for one of the hackiest opening lines in literature: “It was a dark and stormy night.” The idea behind the contest is to pen the absolute worst opening line for a fake work of fiction.
AMAT AMAS AMO IS AN EMBODIMENT OF DISGUISED CREATIVE OUTLETS.
A SOURCE OF FOCUS UPON EMOTIONS THAT MANY MAY CHOOSE TO IGNORE, OR WORSE YET, NEVER WISH TO EXPRESS. A BASIS OF FAITH THAT ALLOWS THE BELIEVER TO UNDERSTAND THAT NO DEITY IS NEEDED FOR FURTHER PROGRESSION, OTHER…
Clearly enjoying himself, Morrison began by teasing the first audience member who stood up and told Morrison “The Invisibles,” Morrison’s first foray incomic books, changed his life.
"It was designed to change fucking lives! Kudos!" laughed Morrison.
When asked about the stark difference in tone between “The Invisibles” and his next chronological work, the adult and grim series “The Filth,” Morrison told the audience that “Filth” actually came out of a happy point of his life while “Invisibles” came out of a darker time.
"In ‘Invisibles,’ I was trying to cheer myself and everybody else up," said Morrison.
YT spent part of her polyp-hood in a fishbowl atop her family’s place of business. Something in her finds the idea of living (and loving) where you work agreeable. Ideal, in fact. If this were the case perhaps we would have fewer franchise stores. Who would want to live in a Barnes & Noble? Or a TGI Friday’s for that matter?
Click link for the very agreeable tale of a not so secret anymore bookstore in the city.
“WHAT IS THAT VELVET?” Tompkins Square Park will screen “Coming To America” on Thursday, June 7th. The Hilarious comedy starring Eddie Murphy as an African prince who travels with his loyal, royal companion (Arsenio Hall) to search for a bride. So get out your Jheri Curl, sow your royal outs and head out to the east village. Lawn opens at 6pm, screening begins at sundown. FREE