Category: ‘Angelface’

Slick It Up the Comic now available for FREE!

November 25, 2010 Posted by suefairview

Click HERE to read the first issue of Slick It Up the comic by Benoît Prévot. I am so jealous that Ben has such great talents to lend to Slick It Up and has done this fantastic job on this comic as well as on the illustrated SIU catalog! According to Dave, the comic is PG-13, but I can’t wait to see and XXX – rated  one! Maybe that is because I am such a fan of Ben’s ANGELFACE comic, which you can order HERE. To see more of Benoîts fabulous work click HERE.

What a wonderful surprise for the holiday weekend! Thanks so much Dave and Ben!

You still don’t have it!!!

September 7, 2010 Posted by suefairview

If you like Benoît Prévot‘s work, or even just hot gay comics; You should try Angelface!
This is the second issue in English. The first and the second episode are available at Class Comics.
If you are fluent in French you can try the third in French.

All I do is dream of you

February 22, 2010 Posted by suefairview

This is the final cover for the English version of  the AngelFace comic book featuring the character “Red”, who is the artist’s, Benoît Prévot, favorite. Read all about why this is so on his blog.

Farewell Red!

December 7, 2009 Posted by suefairview

Unfortunately, Angelface, the comic created and drawn by Benoît Prévot has been put on hold. So after only four issues, the adventures of Red, the central character, are over! Benoît is devasted, as one might imagine. Go to his blog, see other NSFW covers and offer your condolences on this loss to erotic art!

Such a shame!!!

The Art of Benoit Prevot an Encore

February 5, 2009 Posted by suefairview

I am in love with the art work of Benoit Prevot! Unfortunately he keeps moving his blog. What a bad artist! But nothing worthwhile is ever easy. Some of these drawings are also from his website, benoitprevot.com. Click on the images to enlarge. Enjoy!


His most recent drawing from the Angelface comics is above.




Monsieur Prevot loves to use shadow to show us what is really happening behind the foreground action, as we have seen before.
This last drawing is also from his blog. Poor bunny!