Erotic Comics: A Graphic History

Front Cover
Ilex, 2008 - Erotic art - 192 pages
0 Reviews
'Erotic Comics' examines the way this artform developed from the bawdy cartoons of 17th century England into a publishing phenomenon that spans the globe. It uncovers the rise of saucy postcards and the comic books known as 'Tijuana Bibles' and reveals the implications of social upheavals such as the two World Wars on erotic comic art.

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Other editions - View all

About the author (2008)

Tim Pilcher is a comic book expert, historian, journalist, and lecturer. He has worked as an assistant editor at DC Comics Vertigo imprint, and has written comic strips for the BBC, De Agostini, and the Young Telegraph. He was also associate editor of Comics International and has written numerous books on comics including the Complete Cartooning Course and The Essential Guide to World Comics with Brad Brooks, and Erotic Comics: A Graphic History Volumes 1 & 2. He is a co-founder and current Chair of the Comic Book Alliance, "The Voice of the British comics industry .

Bibliographic information