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7 CHAIN MAIL
Bouquets and Brick-bats from Our Perverse Pen Pals
8 HORROR HUNT
Graphic Novel by Wayne Wine–Part Three
20 GALLERY: TIM – WAR BOOTY
To the Victors Go the Despoiled
30 STRIPPER
Graphic Novel by Lesbi K. Leih–Part Four
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40 A TASTE OF WINE
Artist and Animator Wayne Wine’s Bright Visions
Illuminate Our Darkest Fantasies
Special Feature by Ernest Greene
Artwork by Wayne Wine
48 THE GREAT REBELLION – EPISODE 2
Graphic Novel by Fernando–Part Four
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58 ROOMMATES
Graphic Novel by Erenisch–Part Three
68 THE CONVENT
Graphic Novel by Templeton–Part Four
76 KINK IN INK
Tied and Tormented by Tarsis
78 STARFUCKERS 2
Graphic Novel by Roberts–Part Two
NO ACTUAL TOONS WERE HARMED IN THE MAKING OF THESE COMICS.
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HUSTLER HONEY BUNS PRESENTS: HUSTLER’S TABOO ILLUSTRATED, No. 11 is published by LFP Publishing Group, LLC at 8484 Wilshire
Boulevard, Suite 900, Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Copyright © 2008 LFP Publishing Group, LLC. All rights reserved. Nothing herein may be repro-
duced in whole or in part without written permission of the publisher. Return postage must accompany all manuscripts, drawings, photographs,
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of this magazine and any real persons or places is purely coincidental.
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8484 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211, D. Carrillo, custodian of records. All
nude models are 18 years of age or older. Date of publication is June 16, 2009.
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TABOO
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LARRY FLYNT, Editor and Publisher
MICHAEL H. KLEIN, President
ROBERT GADDIS, Chief Financial Officer
DONNA HAHNER, Corporate Vice-President
LIZ FLYNT, Vice-President, Administration
BRUCE DAVID
Editorial Director
ERNEST GREENE
Executive Editor
LISA BEATTIE
Art Director
PHILIP SANGUINET
Copy Chief
ARTWORK
Roberts, Leih, Erenisch, Templeton, Fernando, Wine, Tim
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NETWORK SYSTEMS
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PRODUCTION
Brian Sturzenacker, production manager
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“I
t is my opinion, without any reasonable doubt, and without any reservation, that
comic books are an important contributing factor in many cases of juvenile
delinquency,” Psychiatrist Frederic Wertham, author of the Reefer-Madness-
Style anti-comic-book tract Seduction of the Innocent, told Senator Estes
Kefauver’s investigative sub-committee back in 1954. Wertham further asserted that Batman
was gay, Wonder Woman was kinky and comics in general were saturated with perversion and
depravity that produced anti-social behavior in otherwise perfectly normal personalities.
Though his skewed, anecdotal research would be dismissed today as largely junk science, it
was influential enough to lay the groundwork for the infamous Comics Code that led to the
demise of great, grisly classic titles like Tales from the Crypt and Vault of Horror.
While Wertham’s overwrought testimony reads almost as camp today, the hysteria it helped fuel
is neither funny nor gone from our midst. To date, no scientifically legitimate study has estab-
lished with any reliability that viewing this or that image inspires anti-social acts in anyone,
and it’s doubtful that science will ever be able to prove or disprove such a broad and vaguely
reasoned proposition. But that doesn’t stop aspiring censors from citing “scientific evidence”
to support the suppression of ideas and images they find personally offensive or threatening.
To quote an expert in whom we repose rather greater credibility than that enjoyed by Dr.
Wertham and those who have come after, Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes once
wrote that: “If there is any principle of the Constitution that more imperatively calls for attach-
ment than any other it is the principle of free thought, not free thought for those who agree
with us but freedom for the thought that we hate.”
It’s not hard to imagine the visceral loathing the contents of TABOO ILLUSTRATED engenders
in the hearts of some who see it, but that same kind of visceral loathing, if allowed to make
public policy, will leave us all silent and ignorant, which is rather too high a tariff for whatev-
er dubious gains might accrue from ridding the world of evil comics and every other form of
creative expression that somebody might find offensive. While we doubt that comics can ruin
a society, we have no hesitation in asserting that attempts to suppress them will.
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LFP Publishing Group, LLC does not endorse
and assumes no liability for any of the products or claims
of service advertised in this magazine.
—Ernest Greene, Executive Editor
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THEY SEEK US HERE, THEY SEEK US THERE
I’ve been trying to find this magazine for as long as it’s been out. None of the distributors
here can keep it on the shelf! I finally caught up with you for # 8, EXCELLENT artwork. Any
chances of y'all hooking up w/ Brian Tarsis ? Thanks for a great mag!!!
–Rick L., via e-mail
We’re fans of the excellent maestro Tarsis ourselves. Check out Kink in Ink on pg. 76.
I was looking on the internet for back issues of TABOO ILLUSTRATED. I only need issue #1.
I have picked up all the other issues to date, but I didn't "snap" to their existence fast
enough to get the first one when it came out and it’s deucedly hard to find. I would appre-
ciate any help you can give me.
–J.M., Baytown, Texas
No worries, J.M., we’ve got what you need. Check out our back issues ad on pg. 90. Just
send us your money and we’ll hook you up with the issue you seek.
FINE WINE
Horror Hunt Rules! I’m a big fan of TABOO ILLUSTRATED and like pretty much all of your
artists, but Wayne Wine is in a league of his own. Not only are his chicks super-hot, his draw-
ing style is right up there with the best in mainstream comics. Every panel is eye-poppingly
brash and bold and the story speeds along like a runaway locomotive. Give us more Wine!
–T. Lassen, Detroit, Michigan
We couldn’t agree more, which is why the talented Mr. Wine gets his own feature interview,
A Taste of Wine, on pg. 40 of this issue.
CELEB SCANDALS
Roberts’ Starfuckers 2 is even better so far than its predecessor. It’s not easy for a kink
comic to be both hot and funny, but somehow Roberts manages spice up the mix of fine
babes in bondage with a dash of insider smack about the music biz. As an aspiring rocker
myself, I can tell he’s kept his all-access pass up to date. Of course, I don’t have a private
island for “entertaining” spoiled, bitchy lead singers, but a guy can always dream, espe-
cially with the right inspiration.
–J.B., Hollywood, California
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