“Is He Here To Give Me A Blowjob?”

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“Erm, I Don’t Think So, Your Majesty.”

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    11 Responses to “Is He Here To Give Me A Blowjob?”

    1. For some reason, it reminds me of The Filth by Grant Morrison.

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    2. “I don’t know what it is, but they brought a flag.”

      Sorry, Nyokki’s Eddie quote in the other thread made me think it.

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    3. If I Ever came to Power THIS is how I would end up !!!

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    4. OK, I’ll ask, where the hell is this from?

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    5. “Smoke”
      by Alex de Campi & Igor Kordey
      Publisher: IDW

      I have nothing more to say than…TRANSMETROPOLITAN meets HEART OF EMPIRE meets GIVE ME LIBERTY. That’s Ellis, Talbot, and Frank Miller. Equals quality.

      Under a cover bound to provoke curiosity (torn poster of a soldier in black leather packing some serious hardware, his face under the helmet replaced by a “Watchmen” acid smiley), lies something far more interesting than I was anticipating. Near-futuristic, militaristic worlds where society has gone tits-up under a corrupt and totalitarian government are two-a-penny. They usually boast smug toffs, reluctant heroes, iconoclasts, media satire and “amusing” posters. But with very few exceptions it’s ham-fisted, obvious and lifeless. The exceptions include those titles listed, and now this. And although we must be cautious, for all the ideas may have been packed into the first issue, I doubt it. It has natural pacing, a complete grasp of storytelling (the flashbacks slip in effortlessly and interestingly rather than being wedged in with a jemmy), and a constant stream of good posters and apparel (“Mrs. Beaton’s Ready Meals… Because Fresh Food Has Germs!” and an editor’s cap that reads “Don’t AssUme!”). British law applies throughout the country – except in the Walled City of London. It’s governed by puppets manipulated by schemers who use hitmen to get their way. It’s facing an oil crisis, which is reported on by self-regarding, preened airheads like Jennie Bland (one for our UK readers, that), and it still has a Royal Family, whose champagne-vomiting regent is usually to be found naked in a pool of spent women:

      “Your Majesty?”

      “UhhNnNg…?”

      “Your majesty, the Opec President is waiting for you downstairs…”

      “Is he Here to Give me a blowjob?”

      “Erm, I don’t think so, your majesty.”

      “Tell him he can Fuck Off, then…”

      Very Warren Ellis. The heart lies in one of the assassins (Rupert) and his connection to two other ex-soldiers, one of whom is now a paraplegic since a bomb went off years ago, the other of whom (Tim de Havilland, their former C.O.), has just been murdered amongst his roses. Rupert used to go out with de Havilland’s daughter until something went horribly wrong, de Havilland was forced to retire and Rupert had to… leave abruptly. They all thought they had a deal. But perhaps de Havilland never quite the game at all… I should just mention that this is a very different Igor Kordey for those of you who might have seen his efforts on Morrison’s NEW X-MEN. You’d barely recognise the visuals. They’re lither, clean and brighter.

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    6. I loved Transmetropolitan. I am going to CHECK THE FUCK OUT OF THIS.

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