Monday, April 16, 2012



Recently on the DSNG Facebook page, we showcased a toy statue made for Emma Frost [the White Queen from Marvel Comics], which had the alluring face of actress Alice Eve, a hot British blonde [the previous article on Alice Eve is over Here].
I did some more surfing and found another popular toy statuette, made in the image of Jana the Jungle Girl [a popular comic character published by Dynamite Ent., which ran as two brief mini-series from 2007 - 2009]. "Jana the Jungle Girl" is often confused with "Shana the She Devil" [and they truly look like sisters].
Anyway, this toy statue shown below was contrived from the artwork of Frank Cho, a notarized Cheesecake artist who started a newspaper comic strip that projected him to fame and fortune. You can take a look at the statue of Jungle Girl, and compare it to the cover artwork drawn by Frank Cho.



Notice the gawking parrot shamelessly placed on the tree stub, right between Jana's legs...... Frank is known for inserting sexual gags into his work, along with his common curvy depiction of the female form. This statue costs about $250 dollars, so its definitely for those who really love to collect "echi toys".

Liberty Meadows - The Adult Animated Series?? 


One of Frank's most famous characters is Brandy [the busty dark-haired female shown above] who was part of the main cast of Liberty Meadows [his comicstrip started in the late-90s, that transcended into a popular comic book published by Image Comics]. Rumor is, Liberty Meadows almost became an animated series several years ago, when Sony Ent. picked it up for a pilot episode. According to Frank, the pilot script he presented was too raunchy for the execs to handle. Then it was toned down and produced as a pilot. But when the execs saw it, they now said it wasn't mature enough, meaning that more changes had to be made to it, in order to amp-up the adult humor.... and later the Sony exec who supported the project was fired; thus the Liberty Meadows animation series was left suspended in cartoon limbo, before it was eventually dropped due to an inactivity clause in the contract [meaning that Frank got back the rights to do whatever he wanted with his property, after about about 2 years of stagnation].
That's quite a pity, because I have a feeling that Liberty Meadows would have been better than the load of cartoon junk that is pumped out in the form of prime-time cartoons today on Fox and Cartoon Network. I really don't like American Dad and a lot of the Family Guy episodes - a lot of that stuff really isn't that funny. In my opinion, they're more stupid than funny. But Seth MacFarlane is still a Billionaire today, due to the multiple adult animated series that he spearheads, so someone out there must enjoy his stuff ;)
Anyway, Frank is a true Cheesecake artist, and this trait is signified by the voluptuous female forms that he draws; and this art style is basically a gimmick, which attracts a predominately male audience and coerces the fanboys to pay for the item showcased, which in this case is captivating art.  If you take a look at the artwork below done by Frank Cho for Marvel Comics, you can see that the hourglass shape of She-Hulk is literally over-emphasized; and Frank purposely gave her a big butt in both sequences - Not that I'm complaining; after all, I'm a Cheesecake artist as well....


You may have to Click on "Read More" to see the rest of the artwork / wallpapers in this long article!

BTW, If you want to know about a certified adult animated series, the Google Tripping the Rift, aka TTR [part of the DVD cover is shown on the right side, above].... Good lord; that CGI animated series put the "Ass" in Asstonishing. Debuting back in 2004, it featured a purple alien guy named Chode and his sex-slave robot named Six, along with a crew of misfits who travel across the galaxy doing odd jobs to make money. Chode's arch-nemesis was called "Bobo the Clown" and the cartoon episodes were full of "echi shots", busty female aliens and tons of adult humor, plus some censored sexual situations [especially in the third season, which ended back in 2007].


Swimming through space aboard the Jupiter-42 spacecraft, the 5 main characters in Tripping the Rift are basically like a dysfunctional family, set in a sci fi universe. This CGI adult series ran for three seasons and was showcased on the Sci Fi Cable Channel [long before their name change to Sy Fy], for a while. It ran uncut in Canada and that's where CineGroupe, the production studio behind the series, was based. Not sure if they'll do a fourth season of that series.... but I'd probably check it out on the Web if they did.