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New printing, new cover. Our Highest Recommendation. By Terry Dodson and Denis-Pierre Filippi. Terry Dodson is already a master of the female figure, as evidenced particularly in his fine Bombshells sketchbooks. Here he’s taken that eroticism a big step farther, creating a voluptuous, gorgeous heroine in a full graphic story with gorgeous artwork, dramatic storytelling and yet a wonderful vehicle for drawing a tall, long-legged, stunning woman either naked or in various states of undress throughout the story. Coraline is a beautiful young lady who serves as governess to a wealthy, inventive and very mysterious homeowner. It’s a Victorian-age tale but with steam-punk vehicles and other fun touches. Humanoids, 2019. Mature Readers.

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Terry Dodson is already a master of the female figure, as evidenced particularly in his fine Bombshells sketchbooks. Here he’s taken that eroticism a big step farther, creating a voluptuous, gorgeous heroine in a full graphic story with gorgeous artwork, dramatic storytelling and yet a wonderful vehicle for drawing a tall, long-legged, stunning woman either naked or in various states of undress throughout the story. Coraline is a beautiful young lady who serves as governess to a wealthy, inventive and very mysterious homeowner. It’s a Victorian-age tale but with steam-punk vehicles and other fun touches.

Available for the first time in the English language, this was first published as a special project in France! Here it’s in its original size, and in their entirety are the sexy, dreamy adventures.

In the finest tradition of Dean Yeagle’s Mandy, Serpieri’s Druuna, John Willie’s Sweet Gwendoline, Little Annie Fanny and other classics of erotic graphic stories. This is none of those, but it deserves to be in the same class.

Written by frequent Humanoids collaborator D-P Filippi (John Lord, The Book of Jack) and drawn by U.S. comics superstar Terry Dodson (Marvel’s Uncanny X-men, The Defenders), Muse is a lyrical and titillating ride through reverie and nostalgia.

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