Noiquet, continued…

Noiquet-Thriller 1984

More illustration work from Spanish artist Joan Beltran Bofill, known in the European commercial art scene as Noiquet. See a prior post for more examples of this artist’s work…

Noiquet - ThrillerNoiquet - Pavillion In St CloudNoiquet - Situation Grave Hank JansonNoiquet -- Second StringNoiquet - Second String 1963

The Blonde Viper

The Blonde Viper 1

Viper Bionda – “The Blonde Viper” – is the original protagonist and title of a series of 1970’s Italian erotic crime comics, with some 30+ issues in its original run, the character then also appearing in other titles like Wallestein and Baghera, stepping far afield from crimes and mere bedroom play and increasingly combatting supernatural threats like vampires and sundry other monsters. All silly stuff, but a lot of the art – covers and interior panels alike – are intriguing. Finding post-able images from Euro-Sleaze comics, pulps, and Giallo crime novels can be challenging since so many are just a little too out-there for me. This one’s from the prince of perversity himself, Emanuelle Taglietti, and may just be one of the tamest pieces of cover art he ever did.

taglietti

She’ll Be Dancing On His Grave.

Giovanni Di Stefano Charleston 1976 for Bonnie 171

Who knows what he put her through? Who knows what he did to her? No matter, he got what he deserved, and now she’ll be dancing the Charleston on his grave, if he gets one.

Cover art by Giovanni Di Stefano from 1976 for Gangster Story-Bonnie, the Euro-Sleaze magazine.

Gangster Story Bonnie magazine

 

 

 

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