Guest Posted September 3, 2006 Share Posted September 3, 2006 These books will have you in awe. They are kids comic books; and are hugely popular. The way the women are drawn is fabulous, and I love them because there is FUR in so many of them. they are expensive. But the kids buy them like they are going out of fashion. They will be offensive to many if you found your kids with them...but the French don't seem to mind. Two series in particular stand our with a fur interest. "X111" by W Vance and J. Van Hamme. The sex , smoking, fur and kick ass heroines are astounding. Jaw dropping when you think that these are for kids. No wonder French girls grow up with a great attitude...they are incredible role models. I am sure Tony Balir would faint if he knew such things existed. I am looking at one now. Awesome. A must for fur fetishists collections some of them! Then there is Vance Greg's "Bruno Brazil". One of them has a blonde chick on the front firing a gun in a leopard fur coat. The other has a fox trimmed shearling on the front. They are SO unbelievably politically incorrect they are a breath of fresh air. These women are only drawings but icons of sex appeal....and so much fur, smoking, sex and violence etc it is unreal. All the guys look like Jean Paul Belmondo too. F****** A ! Guys in suits with style and smoking and a lady killing attitude too. And here in Britain they are on about banning Tom and Jerry!!!! I think they have been going for years. They keep republishing. They may have even been American originally...I am not sure. But they are an intrinsic part of French culture. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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