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Erotic Comics: A Graphic History: Volume 2 - From the 1970s to the Present Day

Tim Pilcher

Publisher: Ilex Press

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Erotic Comics: A Graphic History - Volume 2' is crammed full of exquisite art from around the world and fascinating interviews with the artists. It looks at the endless battles with authorities in the US and the UK over what is art and what is pornography. The book takes a look at what is currently being published in Europe and Japan, and examines the new wave of erotic web comics on the Internet, where censorship is virtually non-existent.

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