Sunday, December 30, 2007


Seeing that the new year is coming, I hope to be doing some of this soon.

Where the Boys Are

Sunday, December 23, 2007

Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Monday, December 10, 2007

Sunday, December 9, 2007

So Cool!

As Power Girl's breasts continue to grow and the "new" under-aged Supergirl got sluttier, the comics world had the nerve to get upset because Alex Ross drew Steele from the JSA with a package.
There are more than enough pin-up shots of female superhero out there to satisfy any comic geek's porn lust. It's ridiculous! Let's see how you like it, Hetero World! It's time to objectify the men. I welcome ANYBODY out there to join the band wagon. This is Jakeem Thunder and his amazing T-bolt from the Justice Society of America. He replaced the original Johnny Thunder. Jakeem utters some magic words like "So-cool" and his actual genie in a bottle type superhero appears from a pen that he carries. Watch out Mr. Terrific, Captain Marvel Jr, Luke Cage and Black Lighting. You're all on my list. And you all may end up in a heavy embrace, package comparison or tongue swap!

Saturday, December 8, 2007

Juicy Mother 2 - Philadelphia

So, this was the last stop on the Juicy Mother 2 tour. This is from Robin's Bookstore in Philadelphia. Left to right - Diane DiMassa, Dave Hooper, Michael (Get-a-website) Fahy, Fly, Jennifer Camper, Me, Joan Hilty and Ivan Velez. It was a great evening. Even though I'm sure we'll get together for the periodic event, I will miss this gang. They're a great bunch of folks.

Wednesday, December 5, 2007

Desktop Hotties

Okay ... most of these men, if not all, have graced my desktop.

Monday, December 3, 2007

Saturday, December 1, 2007

Thursday, November 29, 2007

Hollywood Covers

I remember being very excited and hopeful about the new Superman movie with Brandon Routh. Then ... I saw the movie.

Big Josie & The Pussycats fan.
The movie did what it needed for me.
Charmed fan, too.

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Celebrating Sexy!

Once again, not too long ago, I was avoiding doing "work." So, I came up with these "promotional ads" for Black Gay Boy Fantasy.

Monday, November 26, 2007

Calendar Boys

Here are some pictures from back in the day when I toyed with the idea of doing an all black gay male calendar. The idea pretty much started and stopped there.

First Date

The title says it all. This is issue #13 of Black Gay Boy Fantasy. See the nasty, queeny roommates? See the ghetto sister with her wild children? Sister is smoking and pregnant.

Saturday, November 24, 2007

Nancy Drew --- again!

Finally, the last three incarnations of Nancy Drew on the big screen. The most well know, I believe to be Pamela Sue Martin. When I finally saw these episodes again as an adult, I was floored. Pamela Sue Martin really pulled it off. Stylishly and beautifully. She gave Nancy warmth, strength, courage and personality. I don't remember seeing most of these episodes as a child because I was normally at my grandmother's on Sunday and my father always conveniently picked me up while it was on. I won't write about how I performed ... however, it took many, many years before I finally saw Pamela Sue Martin in action as Nancy Drew. Most of you probably remember her as Fallon from "Dynasty."

Pamela Sue and Jean Rasey as George. Honestly, I think Jean, in spite of her long dark hair, would have made a better Bess Marvin because of her personality and spunk. But, here she is with Nancy, looking surprised.
And what would Nancy Drew be without a profile shot heading into mystery?!?
The real Nancy Drew!!!
And, here's Janet Louise Johnson as Nancy Drew. She took Pamela Sue Martin's place. Admittedly, I didn't know much about her. She seemed to be the sweet version of her. Here she is with the Hardy Boys - Shawn Cassidy and Parker Stevenson.
And, finally, finally, finally --- Bonita Granville. I didn't find out until a few years ago that these movies even existed. Back in the 30s, four Nancy Drew movies were produced based upon the popularity of the books, which surfaced in 1930. "Nancy Drew - Detective," "Nancy Drew - Reporter," "Nancy Drew - Troubleshooter" and "Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase." Bonita Granville was a fun Nancy Drew. The stories contained action, suspense and comedy. She was a multi-layered character, based upon the books of that era - not the ones I grew up on where these took away all the personality and just gave you mystery and suspense. Bonita was a lot of fun!

She may look like she's on her way to Wonderland, but she's all Nancy!
Bonita Granville with"Ted" Nickerson, played by the very cute, Frankie Thomas.
"Here she is!" A deep voice shouted exultantly.
The Pass Word To Larkspur Lane - 1932