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The best things in life are stupid. As examples: high heels on women, two hours in a dark room watching something ridiculous that never happened and putting things in the house that do nothing but hang from a wall or just sit there.

I make bad art and worse music but fun games and brilliant literature. I have so much fun. My love of useless baddies in bad fiction gives me all the vim and vigor I need to be creative.

My most inspiring moment in a cartoon is when an ape made of rock slams two robot guards together. My favorite scene in a comic book is when an Imperial Stormtrooper has his masked face spun past his shoulder and I hear the “crunch” of his neck breaking. My most inspiring moment on television is when a Red Shirt decides to get a better look when he sees a flower moving only to be shot in the chest by its poisonous spores. My most inspiring moment watching a movie is when Clint Eastwood’s character is gunning down German soldiers in droves. I love to read but I do not have a favorite moment of reading anything in particular… but I love those moments in Classical Mythology when heroes slaughter Amazons or carry them off as sex slaves.

For all my inspirations my own work is what I love most.

Armies of bald clone women uniformed in swimsuits being useless in fairy tales about fairies we call “aliens” in a fairyland we call “outer space.” Yeah, that’s all pretty stupid. The women struggle feebly when they didn’t see it coming or they cringe and scream when they do: yeah, that’s stupid too. I love it.

Having fun is good. How we have our fun may abuse or squander the fancy but the thrill itself is always positive. I put my fun to productive use. I channel the thrills into creating art, literature, games and music. The fun flourishes and becomes everlasting.

Women are sexy. Violence is intense. Heroes are inspiring. All of these are so much fun. They never want for a place in my imagination.

Homely women are NOT sexy! Tame violence is NOT intense! Political sensitivity is uninspiring. I have no use for lackluster.

Sensible is spiritless if boring. Nonsense is wonderful if fun. Take heed: it is the FUN that makes anything interesting.

An idiot gleefully rambled in admiration of poison gas and nuclear weapons. Countless fools insist that a language barrier makes things more interesting. Others suggest that female characters would be more interesting if less sexy. I discount the lame sophistries of these buffoons because their notions are boring.

I am a writer, artist, game designer and music maker. Fun, first and foremost, always!
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Small minds think big. Heroes are more heroic if virtually gods. Villains are more villainous and monsters more monstrous if mighty and indestructible. Technology might as well be magic and magic must flash and bang and maybe sparkle.

Batman is fiction’s most inspiring superhero… and he has no powers. His archenemy is the genre’s most popular villain… and he has no powers either. Gandalf, Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader all have powers… but they fight with swords. No, powers are not the problem. So long as heroes and villains are eccentric personalities dealing with gritty situations we are sure to find them interesting.

Amazons with names die dramatically. The nameless Amazons are slaughtered in sweeping droves. Stormtroopers perish in anonymity. Red Shirts never spoil a happy ending no matter their fate. Scream queens give voice to their genre just by screaming.

Though fiction, I mourn when my favorite heroes or villains die. I insist their end be dramatic or I am likely to lose interest in their story entirely.

Sex and violence are exciting themes. I enjoy the thrills. The nonentities of fiction are my favorite characters because they can be shamed or destroyed without tearing my heart out. I can relish grim amusement rather than languish in horrified disgust.

Vulgarity is not what makes sex and violence thrilling. Arousal is what makes sexy fun. Context is what makes the use of force dramatic. Curves and feminine voices are sexy. A fight to the death is dramatic. No bump and grind or blood and guts are necessary.

Verintos font by yellowplasma
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Created for the novel being written by :iconkheldarlars: but rejected. Oh, well.
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MOOKS: fiction’s cannon-fodder of villainy. I have always loved them. I always will.

The anonymous Amazon may be the first mook. The Stormtrooper of Star Wars is certainly the most popular. The German soldier of World War II is the most common.

Mooks, like any other fictional character, must be interesting if they are to be remembered. They may be male or female, beautiful or ugly, human or otherwise. They may be hirelings, conscripts, followers or automatons.

Looks are the first attraction: A mook must look interesting. A sleek uniform usually does the trick.

Endearing quirks make all the difference. A catchphrase or a peculiar habit is all it takes.

A catchy name does wonders. The nameless many become a character in their own right if given a proper and memorable name.

Mooks are baddies as easy victims of heroic violence. Their very purpose is to be useless. Their appeal is our grim amusement.

Adventure fiction is my favorite of all storytelling, especially when the story is swarming with mooks. Bosses here and there spice up the action but the nameless baddies are traditionally and rightfully the main course.

Ordinary means common. If every baddie is formidable then the heroes are not so heroic. Mind you: courage is not prowess.

Mooks may be incompetent or simply the ordinary against the extraordinary. They may even be somewhat elite. So long as they are hopelessly outmatched, all is well.

Adventure is my favorite genre and mooks my favorite characters. I so love their oblivious sentries and withering throngs. I am thrilled and amused by their inglorious moments. My favorite genre is my favorite because of mooks.

Luke versus Stormtroopers by yellowplasma


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Shawn O'Toole
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I am a writer and an artist who specializes in violent erotica; specifically, the slaughtering of useless henchwomen. I am also one for clever storytelling and deep characterization. I read classics and and am a recreational student of history, archaeology, genetics and physics. My residence is coastal North Carolina and my life is family and friends.
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oooh18 Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Hello friend, I published a new chapter on the three bodyguards women Najica Blitz Tatics :) Let me know what you think ;)
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Krosst Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Happy Birthday my friend !!!!!!!!!!! krosst.deviantart.com/art/Happ… sorry for being late
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aDeSsINgH2 Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
:la: Happy Birthday to you. Wishing you peace, joy, and happiness on this day. May God continue to bless you with many more to come. Have a wonderful day my friend. :peace: :party: :cake: :airborne: 
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Secteur-X7 Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2015
Thank you very much for your advice !
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esercitosconfitto Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2015
many thanks for having inserted my humble artwork among the list of your favourites! :D (Big Grin) 

this is really a honour for me;you are one of the most  recognised  'concept writers' of this genre , and  I have read with extreme attention your short essays about henchwomen, sentry girls and other expendables mmmm books... 

recently all the efforts of mine are dedicated to the find and the study of the perfect bodypile, and -alas! - this is driving me insane   Someone called an ambulance! 


well,,, straight to the point; why don't you write something about the body pile (  and I mean, of course, bodypile of defeated trooperettes) ? a brief journal maybe, something that will enlighten what is going to become a indispensable trope ( and a personal obsession) 
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oooh18 Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Hello friend, I published my fanfiction on bodyguards women!! :D Tell me what you think ;)
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yellowplasma Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
I read it and posted a comment.
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Krosst Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
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Juanilla Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2014
thanks for the visit 8)
watched!
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esercitosconfitto Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2014
sorry for the horrible Ashamed delay on thanking for your kind comments; looks like we share the same interest...the  useless henchwoman I prefer is the "innocent " recruit of a evil army. Examples are endless


by the way, if you are interested in mass stripping scenes, I recommend you to read the stories by TealPlayer4600, (this is his Deviantart username, he 'published' other stories at Uniform Stealing Broads under a different pseudonym)

thanks  Hug again, and again sorry!
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