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Lady Death is a fictional goddess appearing in American comic books published by Coffin Comics. Created by Brian Pulido, Lady Death first appeared in Evil Ernie #1 in December 1991. Lady Death then reappeared in the Evil Ernie: The Resurrection miniseries published by Pulido under his now defunct company Chaos! Comics in 1994. The character was also the subject of a full-length animated feature film released in July 2004 by ADV Films. Incarnations of the character have been illustrated by such comic book artists as Steven Hughes, Mike Deodato, Jr., Romano Molenaar and Ivan Reis. Brian Pulido has optioned publishing licenses through various independent companies such as Avatar Press. As of 2016, Lady Death was published by Pulido’s Coffin Comics, LLC. In addition, Lady Death has been depicted in artworks by a number of well-known fantasy artists such as Dorian Cleavenger, Gerald Brom, Boris Vallejo, Joe Jusko and Julie Bell.
Lady Death originated as a sexy and violent villain perceived as a hallucination by a boy named Ernest Fairchild. She promised to “love Ernie forever” in exchange for his loyalty and a vow to kill everyone on Earth. In the beginning, she had no purpose or personal story except to be the eye-candy for Evil Ernie’s comic book, drawn by Craig Caimi in 1998, and she was simply the evil, sadistic woman who would give Ernie the incentive to kill. As the story progressed, Lady Death detached herself from him, and began her own story. As her story progressed she went on to use her sexuality as a tool to get the things she wanted. Lady Death was originally published by Chaos Comics and remains one of the best examples of the bad girl titles that took the American comic book industry by storm during the late 1990s. The earliest issues of Lady Death were written by Brian Pulido and illustrated by Steven Hughes. Lady Death was originally conceived as a violent anti-hero, but subsequent iterations have toned down the more controversial aspects of the character.

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This is another illustration of Vampirella character. The model i used as reference is Rachel Starr. Rachel Starr, pseudonym of Brandy Hargrove (Burleson, 26 November 1983) is an American pornographic actress. He currently lives in Dallas, Texas. Its hallmark is the belladonna flower tattoo above the pubis. Rachel began the career in 2007, after a few years of activity from stripper, during which was noted by pornographic actor Jack Venice who set out to become an actress. eclares himself bisexual and reports having had sexual experiences with girls from the age of 13 years, and the first sexual act with a man a week before just turned 15. Over the years she appeared in notable productions such as Elegant Angel, Evil Angel, Red Light District, as well as on Internet productions Brazzers, Reality Kings, Bangbros, Naughty America. In 2009 he got nominated for an AVN Award for Best Group Sex Scene (best group sex scene, film) for the film Rachel’s Choice, with Mackenzie Miles, Erik Everhard; Steve Holmes, directed by John Leslie.In 2011 scored a nomination for Best Three-Way Sex Scene (threesome best scene) for the film “Rachel Starr is mad”, with Asa Akira and Erik Everhard. During his career were devoted 3 movie monographic: Rachel’s choice (Evil Angel) in 2008; Rachel Starr is Mad (Elegant Angel), which also contains his first sex scene; Rachel Starr: Dirty little tease (Vivid) in 2012. At the end of 2012 its activity registers more than 145 and 150 movies scenes for websites.


Riley Reid was born in Miami Beach (Florida) on 9 July 1991, is of Dominican descent, Welsh, Irish, Dutch, Puerto Rican and German. It is often moved to Florida and has lived in Carol City, Fort Lauderdale, Miami and Tampa. She attended Florida International University majoring in psychology with the intention of becoming a teacher, but after abandoning his studies due to financial problems he started performing as a stripper until her friend He talked about the possibility of starting a career in pornography. Two months later joined the pornography industry, beginning his career in 2011 at the age of nineteen with his real name. After shooting some scenes for Bang Bros started to use the pseudonym Riley Reid once discovered the existence of a pornographic actress with the same name. Represented by agent Mark Spiegler, appeared in the movie In the VIP of Reality Kings. In 2013 the LA Weekly has placed eighth in the list of the ten pornstars that could be the next Jenna Jameson. Reid won the XBIZ Award for Best New Starlet in 2013 and Female Performer of the Year in 2014, making her the first actress ever to win both awards in a row. She also won every single recognition that this had been a candidate in 2014. Reid has her first interracial sex scene in Mandingo Massacre 6: it earned him an AVN Award in 2014. In 2015 has instead turned his first sex scene and double penetration sex scenes in Being Riley for Tushy.com. She also appeared in the list of the most popular stars of 2014, 2015 and 2016, according to CNBC in pornographic.

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Druuna is an erotic science fiction and fantasy comic book character created by Italian cartoonist Paolo Eleuteri Serpieri. Most of Druuna’s adventures revolve around a post-apocalyptic future, and the plot is often a vehicle for varied scenes of hardcore pornography and softcore sexual imagery. Druuna is frequently depicted as sparsely clothed or nude, and Serpieri’s high quality renditions of her are often reproduced as poster prints. Druuna starred in eight volumes of the Morbus Gravis (Severe Disease) series between 1985 and 2003. These stories were featured prominently in Métal hurlant and Heavy Metal magazines. Druuna has also been featured in Serpieri’s numerous and popular sketchbooks, which have sold more than a million copies in twelve languages. Serpieri himself appears in many of the stories as the character Doc.

Paolo Eleuteri Serpieri (born February 29, 1944) is an Italian comic book writer and illustrator, noted for his works of highly detailed renderings of the human form, particularly erotic images of women. He is best known for his work on the Druuna erotic science fiction series. Paolo Eleuteri Serpieri was born in Venice. He moved to Rome in his youth. He studied architecture and painting at Rome’s Fine Arts Academy in Rome under Renato Guttuso, and began his career as a painter in 1966, but in 1975 he shifted his focus to comics. He produced work for the Italian comics magazine Lanciostory. A big fan of the American Old West, Serpieri co-created L’Histoire du Far-West (The Story of the West), a Western series about the history of the Old West, with writer Raffaele Ambrosio, which was published in the magazines Lanciostory and Skorpio. Some of the titles were L’Indiana Bianca (The White Indian) and L’Uomo di Medicina (Medicine Man). Beginning in 1980 Serpieri worked on collections like Découvrir la Bible, as well as short stories for magazines such as L’Eternauta, Il Fumetto and Orient Express.

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Bettie Mae Page (April 22, 1923 – December 11, 2008) was an American model who gained a significant profile in the 1950s for her pin-up photos. Often referred to as the “Queen of Pinups”, her jet-black hair, blue eyes, and trademark fringe have influenced artists for generations. A native of Nashville, Tennessee, Page lived in California in her early adult years before moving to New York City to pursue work as an actress. There, she began to find work as a pin-up model, and posed for dozens of photographers throughout the 1950s. Page was “Miss January 1955”, one of the earliest Playmates of the Month for Playboy magazine. “I think that she was a remarkable lady, an iconic figure in pop culture who influenced sexuality, taste in fashion, someone who had a tremendous impact on our society,” said Playboy founder Hugh Hefner to the Associated Press in 2008. In 1949, Page moved to New York City, where she hoped to find work as an actress. In the meantime, she supported herself by working as a secretary overlooking Rockefeller Center. In 1950, while walking alone along the Coney Island shore, Bettie met NYPD Officer Jerry Tibbs, who was an avid photographer, and he gave Bettie his card. He suggested she’d make a good pin-up model, and in exchange for allowing him to photograph her, he’d help make up her first pin-up portfolio, free of charge. It was Officer Tibbs who suggested to Bettie that she style her hair with bangs in front, to keep light from reflecting off her high forehead when being photographed. Bangs soon became an integral part of her distinctive look. In 1959, Page converted to evangelical Christianity and worked for Billy Graham, studying at Bible colleges in Los Angeles and Portland, Oregon, with the intent of becoming a missionary. The latter part of Page’s life was marked by depression, violent mood swings, and several years in a state psychiatric hospital suffering from paranoid schizophrenia. After years of obscurity, she experienced a resurgence of popularity in the 1980s.