Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Shopping in the NWO

Here's a fun little idea I got the other day, partly inspired by the old PA-Magazine and Erenisch's comics.

I've got a few oddly similar pictures, so might make a sequel or two, if the muse strikes. I kind of like the sound of this micro-universe I've slipped into here. But then I'm a sucker for stories where dystopian bureaucracy's turn women into sluts via misogynistic laws and policies.

A weird fetish, I suppose, even for me. :-)

- B-Rex


  1. I don't think it's weird, really. It's a great tool, just like your Ro-Sham-Bimbo and DDDC environments, or Simon Benson's "Stepford" town. Really lets the action flow free rather than having to come up with page after page of side details about why this isn't getting attention from authorities, why the girl can't escape, how enough resources were obtained, etc.

    I've loved Erenisch's setting on a conceptual level ever since he published his first comic in the "Birthday Gift" series, but somehow his actual execution never really delivered what I was hoping to get. I finally stopped buying his comics after being disappointed with "The Clinic". There are particular panels in many of them that I really like, but there's too few of them per comic.

    I loved everything in this caption. The renaming, the "grading", the hierarchy of privilege based on how "acceptable" a woman makes herself in general, the full new lines of misogynistic products. Great creation B-Rex!

    1. Glad you enjoyed it, Meisa! :-)

      I like Erenisch's overall setting, but also wished "The Clinic" had been less of the same old generic sex scenes, and more breast enlargement/mind control elements. Still, I generally like his comics, especially compared to a lot of other erotic comics.

      - B-Rex

  2. I like the world, and also the world-building. Women becoming a minority and losing their rights, how wicked.
    If only the women had leveraged their scarcity, the could have wound up as the elite of a matriarchy, Tsk, poor girls....


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