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Not everything over there is fully functional yet, and the internal links still point to this blog, and will for the indefinite future.
So all the old material will be left here for archival purposes, with comments turned off.
I did locate the sequence (16 pages) in my online archives, so perhaps that is why it seemed familiar. It's not just how gorgeous she is, and she is GORGEOUS, with beautiful natural tits, with tiny perfect nipples, and a figure most women would kill for, but it's more than that.
However, the text looks like it's been translated into Klingon (Russian maybe? She just exudes sex in her every movement and whimper throughout the entire film. Anyhow, I don't even know what her name is, or even if she ever did any other movies, because I'd LOVE to see her in something else, but since I've never known her name, I never knew how to search for her.
As they were found on the 'net, I would not be surprised if you already have them. They deserve to be here as much as any other great GIMP artwork. As much as I appreciate your review AC, I don't agree that anything I can't get excited about is still worth seeing. Thanks for an informative write-up and those outstanding caps.
They are of low quality and seem to have been input some time ago. I haven't seen anyone else unsolicited say there's to many Fumetti here. A Canadian wrote: Torture Club is worth seeing but it's nothing to get excited about.
I'm surprised no Gimp movie producers have tied a gimp to an old car body and done this kind of gimp scene or have they? In response to the comment about my superheroines being not so super; Well, the point of a superheroine peril is... If she's not in danger / being tortured / being executed, then it doesn't really qualify for a peril scene. So, hopefully this gives y'all some insight into my rather twisty mental creative process. The good guys or gals are not merciless and the bad guys or gals are always merciless.
Additionally, at least in my mind, the heroines don't always lose. From a perilous point of view, those wouldn't be as interesting. On another note, I have been asked before about why I don't to a villainess peril scene (ie, the heroine torturing / executing the villainess), and the reason is quite simple. The good lawful people always punish the bad guys and gals, no matter how evil the murder act they did, as humanely and mercifully as possible. I have to tell you, the racism found in BDSM cartoons like Kathyrne's (always a white never a black victim, and far too often, black's as the villains).
Unlike the plethora of fetish photos and videos we see so frequently, hand-crafted art (like fiction) can depict scenes unconstrained by real life limitations, allowing the realization of anything the artist might imagine.
So instead of action set endlessly in suburban bedrooms and kitchens, we can enjoy GIMP adventures in the 15 century, in outer space, or in a mutant-filled dystopian future.