I'm the guy who requested this stuff, and I'm very, very grateful. Please, post all you've got :)
Yes, anything you could salvage
Plz come back otakuist-san ;_;
Thank you Otakuist for these findings
I like the c serious most with ladies killed in office suits
Do have more idea about artist drawing office suit theme snuff work?
Not Otakuist, but I think I can help. Take a look at Everbrand and McQuade in my mediafire folder:https://www.mediafire.com/folder/prbbu6k6btbyy/Stuff
There are a few others office-themed sets by McQuade, but I can't post them atm.
I cant give you promise to have such pics in my folders.>>45285
I looked at your folder. McQuade and Everbrand.
I have mostly black and white sets by McQudae.
Pls keep posting stuff :3
Do you, by chance, have any pictures by Truendy?
I can post a bunch of pics from Truendy.
Here is a story Crim cafe.
If I'm not mistaken, Truendy had quite a few standalone pics too. Do you have them?
Damn, I'm sure there was more. I used to have them.
Oh well. Keep posting all you've got whenever you have time :)
I know it was more of Truendy but i saved only a few of them.
Here is the last set of Truendy on my PC.
Oh, fuck yeah! Dunsul's! Glad to see I'm not the only one who remembers it, lol.
I've got a small archive somewhere, myself - mostly the fumetti scans and James McQuade comics, plus some art from Truendy, MCW, and Tyrone. (not ripped from the website; Dunsul reupped that content to some Yahoo Groups page years ago) If you want any posted, let me know.
Also, do you guys happen to have anything by the artist Zendaddy? (I think that was his name, might be mistaken) They were deathtrap peril pictures (girl electrocuted, girl fed to sharks, etc), with "short story" captions and very high quality drawings. The guy was brilliant, but IIRC he was also pretty reclusive, and he nuked both his personal website, and his entire gallery on Dunsul's, well before Dunsul's went offline.
Could be the yahoo group was it mostly the stuff there from dunsuls. You know a few things i didn´t know. Zendaddy´s stuff is really rare to find. McW´s stuff i posted it today. You can post stuff from Tyrone and Zendaddy would like to see it.
No, no Zendaddy from me. He's the Holy Grail of my Guro searching, lol; haven't seen a single piece in years, but I still have vivid memories of his page, which next to the Fumetti scans was my favorite entry on Dunsul.
I don't remember which yahoo group it was exactly, but it wasn't Dunsul's exclusively - he showed up there out of the blue, a few fans recognized him, and he uploaded a very small, very incomplete archive of stuff he'd saved himself. Then he disappeared and the group got shut down. :/
Anyway, here's a few of the Tyrone pics. Most of his work is monster-on-girl stuff rather than snuff so I won't post that here, but I could maybe .rar the rest of the gallery and upload it somewhere?
Also the Truendy one, since the zip is handy and I noticed people asking about him while skimming the thread:http://www.mediafire.com/file/k8wpt3fkt84ufpk/TRUENDY_Archive.zip
The is the exact archive, as uploaded by Dunsul himself to whatever group that was: not too large and probably stuff already posted in this thread, but feel free to sift around in there and see what you can find.
Thanks a lot. There are a few pics that aren't in this thread, but, unfortunately, some pics are missing as well. I distinctly remember finding an archive that had a couple more pics than this one.
Nevertheless, thank you.
And finally, speaking of Dunsul's: it's really bizarre timing that this thread got made, because for the last week or so I've been on a nostalgia kick, scouring French and italian websites for details on the vintage Fumetti scans Dunsul had uploaded.
Primarily, I've been trying to track down the sauce of my favorite series, which Dunsul had labeled "Fuoco". After much sleuthing and deductive reasoning, I'm like 92% certain that the original source was a comic named "Storie Blu Special 35", by Carmello Gozzo and Lorenzo Lepori. Unfortunately, while I have collected something like 300 full fumetti archives by this point, Storie Blu Special 35 continues to elude me. If anyone can find it, please post a link!
Next set. Is was not easy to find only the description of the story to search not the file names are archived anymore.
D. by Dunsuls:
Neck breaking fall
To Quote Neceros"Here is a part of a fumetti story with an unusual way to die. The Barbara Steel look alike has been having a BDSM affair with this guy , but also with her niece. Guy slugs her, hangs her up by her booted feet. ( I find this a sexy image!) Later the niece shows up, knocks out the guy, drops her aunt on her head , killing her. Dumps the bodies in a gravel pit. Hung upside down and dropped for a fatal neck breaking fall is sure a different way to erotic demise!After pushing the car with the corpses into the pit, a serial killer shows up, out of nowhere! Kills the niece, and throws her body into the pit. I , of course would have put more nudity into the scene, but the ending is typical Italian fumetti! Kill em all!
Wallestein covers. Really good description of this comic series would like to read all this comics.
D. by Dunsuls
In this group of 8 covers and a inside drawing,we add Neceros explanation of the magazine.
"Wallenstein was a kind of Jeckel - Hide - Frankenstein character who appeared in o, maybe, 300 or so issues of the Fumetti by that name. My shop friends in Milan tell me there were sometimes 2 issues a week ! (Once.) Seem's Wallestein was a kind of , sort of , Phantom of the Opera type of character. Whatever. Anyway, in these several hundred page fumetti there appeared a character not unlike Kriminal. He had a girl friend, his Dr. Frankenstein scientist collaborator, who was a woman! From there, he sort of was an avenging angle. Mostly killing off bad guys. Of course the thing of interest to us, is that many of the prime 'bad guys' were ladies, who died mostly in the nude or in various stages of undress. Sometimes (as in Kriminal) an innocent lady got in the way, so well , what the hell, she met an erotic death too! There must have been a 1000 women killed off in this fumetti. Not all the issues are so interesting, and I have only seen a fraction of the output. The art varied as different artists did the character."
Who's the artist of the c series?
Very nice additions! Like the artist! Thanks!