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If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Bill "The Hun" Schmeling has been pushing us to our limits artistically for over 30 years. His vision of men echoes that of the late Tom Of Finland, in that enormously exaggerated physiques with outrageously proportioned genitalia threaten or face peril on "Fetters fetish" page.

Fluids spew, sweat flies, lips leer. This is danger in pen and ink. Read more Read less. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Hun Comics 1 - "Big Sig and the Coach! Nazca Plains Corp December 1, Language: I'd Fetters fetish to read this book on Kindle Don't have a Kindle?

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Write a customer review. Showing of 5 Fetters fetish. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. I have a problem with this book: I do not know Hun's style when I bought this and found I do not like it.

His men are too raw, unfinished. They have this barbaric faces I do not find sexy but ugly. This aside, I can find no fault: Hun surely knows his job, he has his own personal style and is able to convey the sexy situations he has in mind.

His men are not only huge but dirty, rough and involved in extremely hot acts. The similarity Fetters fetish Tom of Finland is very superficial and should not lead one to the purchase. One person found this helpful. OK, a few of the drawings were hot but he is not really a very good artist and Fetters fetish a few of the pictures were real turn offs.

Perhaps a different selection of his work would be worth it to me but not this one. But Fetters fetish is something else at work here. Collected among the more than images are perilous situations and the men are frequently at the edge in their playing, but The Hun's work often carries a wickedly subversive sense of humor. If you read the captions on the "walls" of some of these drawings, you'll find a delightfully and I mean this in the most complimentary of fashions sick mind at work, with a host of bad puns and backwoods humor.

It makes for Fetters fetish strange juxtapositions in a book filled with so many images of terror and pain. Probably one of the most exciting things about The Hun's work is that it runs right up against taboo items and slams into them with no holds barred. There are scenes here that will cause you to question exactly why these images stimulate you, because they are most certainly NOT politically correct.

If The Hun can keep you at the edge of your seat now, as he has through four decades, then you know exactly why "Fetishes And Fetters" is such an essential, must have book.

The art consists in the main of full-page illustrations, with a few pages "Fetters fetish" three and four panels. There is also a two-page example of one of the Fetters fetish comic strips.