Posts Tagged 'Cartoons'

Illustrators Like Girls!

Everyone knows John Kricfalusi is a famous illustrator who likes to draw sexy girls, but it should be ho surprise that all sorts of cartoonists like to draw babes. First, we have Chris Sanders, who was the designer of Lilo & Stitch:

And here are "54 International Cuties" from Pixar's Josh Cooley and Bill Presing:

Nah, nobody ever questioned that cartoonists like drawing boobs. Just look at what cartoonists did in 1943 -- it's be concerned if illustrators didn't want to draw sexy babes.

Erotic Homer!

Sorry, I know you were hoping, but this isn't that shitty Simpsons erotica that apparently is the only thing adult sites advertise these days. I see those ads everywhere. No, this is an actual real artist who has painted Homer Simpson in some R-rated shenanigans with somebody who isn't from the Simpson's universe. Think about it: a somewhat normal looking person must look like an alien to those overbite-plagued, yellow-skinned wierdos. Add stilletto heels, stockings, and sunglasses, and it makes you wonder what Homer really sees in her. It borders on creepy. Even more when you realize that's probably Anna Wintour. Still not as creepy as most Simpsons porn, but still.

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Sexy Kittygirls!

What's with the sexy anthropomorphic kittygirls lately? Yeah, they've been happily in anime for a while, but just when I think I've come up with something remotely original, it seems they're everywhere. Start with this year's Simpson's Halloween Special. Marge gets turned into a cat, and has violent sex with Homer. Next, I just get back from Treasure Planet, and the major female character is, yes, a very sexy kittygirl. With a British accent, no less.

If you haven't read them on, here's two parts of my ongoing kittyerotica: Crain Finds Himself a KittyGirl and Crain and his Kittygirl II: Search and Rescue

Cartoon Babes!

Yeah, I admit it, I find cartoons sexy. The Japanese have gotten it right, found a nice balance between ultrasexy and realistic.

Although, there's a threshhold -- a lot of current comic book women are downright unnatural, and not in a Barbie sort of way, either. Here, Sequential Tart postulates the future of comic book women.