Dennis Eichhorn at 1:00 pm Mon, May 13, 2013
Dennis P. Eichhorn is an award-winning American writer best known for his adult-oriented autobiographical comic book series Real Stuff.
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Simplifiers and Optimizers, by Dilbert creator Scott Adams
Well, that cheered me right up.
Um, I think I missed a few steps there. How did we arrive at…this?
And a proper quadrupedal unicorn, not a two-legger in a short skirt.
No shit! I need eye bleach.
I read this in college over 20 years ago, before I had received an even decent blow job. Though the details of the story had smeared away in my memory, that single page with Kathy staring at me saying “remember me” remained indelibly.
As if it were possible to forget the person who gave you best hummer of your life.
My best friend still marvels at what a toothless fat woman in Tijuana did for him.
An NSFW link would have really been appreciated here. Just sayin’.
There is one!
Yes. And also the title was a bit of a red flag as well.
And really? Your work sucks if you can’t look at this there. It’s a comic with very poorly illustrated nudity.
…pretty realistic to me.
As many, many of us here have said, over and over and over again. BoingBoing is, as a whole, NSFW. Get over it or get a new job.
Ernie Pook’s Comeek has really gone downhill.
Oh, christ, I LOL’ed. Well done.
It’s Ernie Pook’s Comeeks evil twin!
I see that Debbie Downer can draw comics, too.
I’m sorry, I’ll never complain about Haunted Mansion articles ever again!
I feel punished. What did I do?!?
This one was a little light-hearted for my taste. Hoping for some edgier stuff next time.
“Hoping for some edgier stuff next time.” says a guy called ‘the mudshark’
(Google it kids)
Whatever I did to hurt you Boing-Boing, I’m sorry.
THIS WAS SAD AND I FEEL SAD
This is the very first story that Dennis had illustrated. An absolute classic.
You had me at “fellatio.”
I don’t understand why people draw like this on purpose. Clearly somebody likes it, and I assume they are decent folks who love their mothers, but I really don’t grasp the appeal in trying to draw like a mentally disturbed nine-year-old.
This looks like one of the stories that was published in Real Smut, the Eros Comix offshoot of Real Stuff where Eichhorn put all of his stories that had explicit sexual content. They’re pretty good, too–not so much porn (although Eros does plenty of that, too–the imprint kept its parent company, Fantagraphics, from going out of business after a devastating lawsuit nearly bankrupted them) as just autobiography that had sex in it, some stories funny, some sad, some quite disgusting, some all of the above.
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