- Mass Market Paperback
- Publisher: Carnal Comics (2007)
- ISBN-10: 0977948242
- ISBN-13: 978-0977948246
- Package Dimensions: 6.8 x 4.2 x 0.9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,372,371 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Demi's Pin-up Diary (Demi the Demoness) Mass Market Paperback – 2007
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What if some of the best-known comix artists went to hell and drew a typical day in the life of Hell’s cutest Demoness? This amazing book is packed with art & stories by a virtual who’s who of x-rated creators, all doing pieces that follow Demi as she eats, sleeps and sexes her way through 24 hours in Hell. The book is written by Demi in her own words as she tells her story and comments on the art & artists. Includes gorgeous Demi art by Kevin Taylor, Frank Brunner, Barry Blair, Tim Vigil, Larry Welz, Phil Foglio, Mark Bode, Donna Barr, Rebecca, Terrie Smith, Philo, SS Crompton, Kieron Dwyer, Larry Todd, Spain, Guy Colwell, RC Harvey & many others! This is the biggest collection of x-rated & underground artists ever assembled in one book! 96 pages, BW
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Demi is so friendly and lovable and of course always horny. This is a mature comic for 18 and older. You will find plenty of full nudity and sexual situations as well within these pages.
The book needed a spell check and grammar check.
Brandon McKinney sure does draw Demi with one beautiful sexy butt. She has a cool hair brush to.
Alessandro Scacchia draws a great picture of Demi eating Hell's form of a cactus. All of Demi is revealed and her demonic parts are easy to see. They do just add to her cuteness.
Frank Brunner drew a lovely Demi with tenticles starting to wrap around her. She actually has a innocent look to her here.
Ken Hunt gives us an illustration of spiked tentacles after Demi's well drawn butt.
Tim Virgil gives Demi a bad girl look with a touch of evil to her character that is normally never seen in Demi. Of course Demi being totally nude adds a sexual touch.
We even get to see Demi's pet a winged armadillo. Hes called Arny.
The entire diary is written as if it is narrated by Demi and it is so cute the way she describes Hell and all its denizens and places.
It is adult in nature but is more towards artistic/humor magazine type, with out being to overt.