NSFW: Sex and Horror in El Libro Siniestro

Much is made of Japan’s comic book erotica, but only recently did I find out about Mexico’s rich history of comic porn in the form of sensacionales. Sensacionales are cheap thrills that are sold for a few pesos at the majority of Mexican newsstands. While I found a lot of different titles that were…interesting…because we’re CVLT Nation, I was immediately drawn to the more dark and horror-oriented series, like the one I’m featuring today, El Libro Siniestro. This one has comics, sex and horror in the perfect combination of hot and disturbing. Brujerias who practice their dark magic while nude; mad scientists dissecting hot blondes; Satan taking a nun from behind (sorry – I couldn’t find a good version of that one for the post, but it exists, and it’s awesome). It’s everything I love in pulp erotic comic book art. Here’s a gallery of some excellent El Libro Siniestro covers – do you own any of these?

 

 

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Meghan MacRae grew up in Vancouver, Canada, but spent many years living in the remote woods. Living in the shadow of grizzly bears, cougars and the other predators of the wilderness taught her about the dark side of nature, and taught her to accept her place in nature's order as their prey. She is co-founder of CVLT Nation webzine and clothing.

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If you keep posting things like this i will not make it till the end of the month, i’m mex and i didn’t have idea of this! Thanks!

Lucas Cardoso
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Check this out. Ygor, Yan

Isaac Domínguez
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Un clásico de la pulp fiction mexicana. Y que chingue su madre Trump.

Miriam Zuñiga
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David Kosmák interested?

Kristof Dean
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youve never heard of a tijuana bible?

Joy Thief
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Found these at a Subway Newsstand in New York last year

Miriam Zuñiga
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Wow. can’t believe El libro vaquero made it all the way up there! So Mexican.

Ricardo Guanipa
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#6 Brujeria Mulata, sounds like a death metal band from the Dominican Republic…

Orlando Barrios
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Siniestro, not Sinietro. 🙂

Steve Gottschalk
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