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2 Hot Girls on a Hot Summer Night

by Art Wetherell

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    Sizzlin' Sisters (2 Hot Girls) by Art Wetherell (LordBangholm)
    LordBangholm: Another erotic work by the team of Wetherell and Hooper
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    Mona Street, volume 1 : Mona l'ingénue by Leone Frollo (Anonymous user)
    Anonymous user: Classic Graphic Novel erotica
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This short graphic novel is the work of two Englishmen, Art Wetherell and Terry Hooper. The late Art Wetherell is probably best remembered for his 'Star Wars' comics for Dark Horse, and also worked for 2000 AD and Marvel UK. Hooper is a distinguished figure on the UK comics scene, working as an writer, artist, editor & publisher since the 80's and currently behind the ComicBitsOnline site. In the early nineties, Eros Comix brought them together to create this, volume four in the illustrious and lengthy Eros Graphic Novel series. The story is deceptively simple: two women meet and enact Lesbian seduction scenes in four distinct historical periods. Times change, but the location appears to be identical. The couple always seem to be the same women, despite the changes in costume: one blonde, one dark haired; both spectacularly buxom.

What makes it special? Art Wetherell clearly loved women, and knew exactly how their bodies work. His instinctive feel for figure drawing gives the girls a personality and a physical reality far beyond your routine inflatable fantasy figures. Hooper fills what could have been a very sketchy pretext with telling detail. Each episode has its own plot development and the last explains the time loop the characters find themselves in. There is an unexpected warmth to it all; there are sexy period costumes and the use of outrageous toys, but lots of giggles and kisses as well.

I've seen the book offered for collectors prices on the web, but as of writing, 'warehouse find' copies are available direct from Eros Comix at the original price. It has also been reissued by My Excess through Lulu. Wetherell also produced the confessional series 'Treasure Chests' for Eros. That's an impossibly vulgar double entendre of course, but for those of us who love erotic graphics his work is, in fact, a treasure, and deserves to be in print. ( )
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