Story of O

DISCLAIMER: GRAPHIC CONTENT WARNING: In 1975, controversial erotic artist Guido Crepax adapted controversial author Pauline Reage's 1954 sadomasochistic classic The Story of O, and both the prose and paneled versions have continued to appall and enthrall audiences for decades. We ask the reader to please be aware that this comic contains images and ideas about human sexuality that may still shock and offend, despite their vintage.
172 pages! The classic is back! Pauline Reage's classic of submission and bondage shocked the world when it came out in the 1950s. The great Italian comics artist Crepax then adapted it into comics in the mid-1970s. The story of a beautiful Parisian fashion photographer who, out of love for her man, is willingly blindfolded, chained, whipped, branded, pierced, and taken by many men in all ways, O is one of the all-time great classics of erotic literature and Crepax's adaptation stands out as one of the true classics of erotic comics.

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