- Series: Eros Graphic Novel Series (Book 2)
- Paperback: 100 pages
- Publisher: Eros Comix (March 4, 1997)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1560972025
- ISBN-13: 978-1560972020
- Product Dimensions: 0.5 x 8.2 x 10.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 11.4 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 5 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,283,713 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The Young Witches, Vol. 1 (Eros Graphic Novel Series) Paperback – March 4, 1997
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London, 19th century. Lilian Cunnington's mother died in Lilian's birth and Lilian's father committed suicide. Lilian was raised by her aunts. The aunts take pleasure in punishing Lilian, and pleasuring themselves, but the time has come and Lilian must go to witch school.
Lilian is delivered to this special school and her powers are immediately tested. Oddly enough, despite not knowing her gifts, her natural abilities appear to be quite strong. At the school, Lilian and her classmates (all female) are taught the history of their witch order. Lilian is told that men are more or less evil (or at least want to hold women down) and her classmates try to force her into lesbianism. At the school Lilian develops a rivalry with another student, Agatha. They fight, they bicker, they kiss.
To reinforce the evilness of men, the teachers at her school have her raped by some men. Later they seduce a young man she fancies and let Lilian find him in an orgy.
The drawing is good, though hindered by being black & white (oddly enough, some later volumes are in color, and are somewhat hindered by being in color as some of the black and white shading were carried forward to the color versions and obscure the pictures). The plot is ok, and some hints are left to indicate the setting. The characterization and personalities of the main characters are quite developed, though rather shallow for the side characters.
At first I wasn't sure if I could trust this piece. But I decided to give it a shot and I liked it. Lilian is a beautiful portrait of a sexy woman and even though in black and white it is still stylish. I like the sexual adventures she went through fighting off Agatha and the head mistress. This book was steaming and I wanted to read the next issue.