His mini series has been announces since the end of his short story in Rapture #3. Now the heroic SPACE CADET is about to make his very own series debut, and we have an exclusive look at his first issue for you.
Space Cadet #1 picks up immediately after the events of “the Great Satyr Caper” story, which concluded in Rapture #3. The satyr called Vallan needs a hero to save his people from the evil Baron Von Phallus and Space Cadet is perfect for the job. Together, they travel to Ordovica, a mystical realm and the home of the Satyrs, hoping to defeat the oppressive Baron.
Of course, things don’t go according to plan, and Space Cadet finds himself separated from Vallan, left to fend for himself in a strange and hostile land.
Space Cadet #1 is written by Patrick Fillion and is filled with adventure, heroics and cum-soaked sex scenes. Patrick also created 4 brand new and extremely hot pieces of art for the front, back, and inside covers of this very special issue.
The interior story art is drawn by Class Comics newcomer, Bob Grey. Bob’s beautifully whimsical style is perfect for this book. It’s at once sensual, sexual and magical making it a perfect combination for a story that takes our hero to a land of pure magic.
Look for Space Cadet #1 to be available very soon. We’ll announce a release date shortly. For more info on Space Cadet, check out his official Character Bio, updated just this month!
Johnny Murdoc is the writer and co-creator (with TJ Wood) of Crash Course, his first comic book.
He’s 28 years old and lives in St. Louis, MO with his partner of 8 years. His interests include porn, comics, and copyright law. He likes long walks and sci-fi movies.
When not writing comics, Johnny writes erotic fiction as well as non-fiction. His short story “Kick, Push” will be published August 2010 in the anthology Skater Boys, edited by Neil Plakcy, from Cleis Press.
His essays for SexIs http://www.edenfantasys.com/sexis/ span a range of topics from porn to politics. He also self-publishes a zine of his erotic short stories called Blowjob.
Occupation: Former Circus performer, former Callboy for the SG Corp., now Operating CEO of the SG Corp.
Base of Operations: Gateway city
Place of Birth: Marseille, France
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: The Satisfaction Guaranteed Corporation (SG Corp.)
Sexual Orientation: Homosexual
Weight: 172 lbs.
Hair: naturally black, dyed blue, including his body hair
Penis: 10 inches, uncut
First Appearance: Satisfaction Guaranteed #2 (1998)
Current Appearances: Satisfaction Guaranteed #2, 3 and #4, Stéphane’s Funhouse of Fornication #1 (coming 2010)
A bohemian and a nomad, the silver-tongued Stéphane Solando wandered the Marseille countryside in his youth, searching for adventure and excitement in life. Having no family ties of any kind, he was free to come and go as he pleased, travelling from town to town. To survive, he did odd jobs here and there, but was always careful not to form any attachments for fear such emotional investments could hamper his vagabond ways.
Eventually, Stéphane found employment with a traveling Circus as a caretaker and handyman. He had always been very skilled with his hands and this seemed like a good way to make a little money. The owner of the Circus was quite taken with Stéphane’s natural masculine beauty, and eventually offered to pay him a lot more if he would agree to become one of the Circus’ resident clowns.
This intrigued Stéphane. He liked the idea of disguising himself behind the makeup, essentially creating a new identity for himself. It very much appealed to his whimsical nature. He agreed and the sexy clown called Stéphane Sol was born.
Stéphane became infamous throughout France. He would don his makeup, and very little else for his performances, thereby accentuating his perfectly chiseled physique and ample, uncircumcised endowment.
Men and women flocked from all over Europe to see the sensual clown in person. Stéphane loved the attention, and happily accepted to bed some of the wealthier patrons of the Circus for considerable amounts of cash. He always did so in complete clown makeup. One such patron was David Laburnum of the SG Corp. who did not fail to take note of Stéphane’s beauty and prowess as a lover.
Sex with rich patrons earned Stéphane a small fortune, but just as he was about to leave the Circus in search of his next adventure, fate intervened.
A freak accident during one of Stéphane’s performances led to a bizarre discovery. One night during his show, Stéphane got too close to an elephant who was not as well trained as some of the other performing beasts. The Elephant was unexpectedly spooked and trampled Stéphane, breaking the clown’s arm in the process. Though his bones were broken in several places, Stéphane was amazed to realize he felt no pain. Indeed he began to realize that he had never truly felt any pain at all throughout his life.
Doctors puzzled over this strange development, and soon, Stéphane became the object of a different kind of attention. Feeling overwhelmed and smothered by Doctors wanting to study him and run numerous tests, he began to look for a way out.
That was when he was contacted by David Laburnum. The SG Corp executive offered to hire Stéphane as a Callboy for his company and pay him obscene amounts of money for his services, in full clown makeup of course. But more importantly, he offered to relocate Stéphane to Gateway City, thereby providing him a way to leave France.
Stéphane accepted without hesitation.
As a Callboy, he was extremely successful, and his inability to feel pain made him very popular with clients into S&M. But soon after making the move to Gateway City, Stéphane began to realize that Laburnum was not the savior he once professed to be. As an employer, Laburnum was cold and unkind to all of his subordinates, but for some reason, Stéphane seemed to fly under his radar most, if not, all of the time. Stéphane, vowed someday to see the tyrant removed from his position at the SG Corp.
During his years with the company, Stéphane developed a strong friendship with fellow Callboy, Dane Bernier. Eventually, Dane’s contract was bought out by Nathan Willows, his lover, and when they purchased the SG Corp, they placed Stéphane in charge as Operating CEOs of the company in their absence. Upon Dane’s request, Stéphane’s first act in his new post was to demote Laburnum back to the status of Callboy. Stéphane took great joy in this.
He has remained with the SG Corp as it’s Operating CEO since, realizing that he no longer has the need to drift from place to place. In fact, he has become quite find of finally having a place he can call home.
Powers and Paraphernalia:
Though one cannot call Stéphane’s inability to feel pain as a power, it is indeed a handy gift. It also appears as though his skin is more resistant to physical damage than that of the average persons’, the degree to which is as yet untested.
While Stéphane’s main base of operations for the SG Corp is in Gateway City, he does on occasion tend to the affairs of the France division. And though he takes his duties as Operating CEO very seriously, in large part out of his respect for Dane, he often still services certain regular clients, whom he has become particularly fond of.
People are either incredibly aroused or somewhat creeped out by Stéphane’s appearance. This is likely due to some individual’s fear of clowns. Stéphane is however a very gentle and kind person, with a very adventurous sexual nature and an exceptionally open mind.
Occupation: Former patient at the Fraserview Mental Health Hospital, turned adventurer and Guardian of the Cube
Base of Operations: Darque Manor, Gateway City
Known Living Relatives: None
Sexual orientation: Presumed heterosexual
Weight: 112 lbs.
First Appearance: Cube #2, volume 1
Current Appearances: Guardians of the Cube #1 – #5, Cube: Decompiled (the Class Access Digital Edition), Camili-Cat: Felinoids #2 (in flashback)
In 1973, a 4-month old baby girl was left on the doorstep of the Fraserview Mental Health Hospital in Gateway city. There were no hints as to where the child had come from, save a note in the child’s blanket stating that her name was Catherine Cannip. The nurse who found the baby took the child in, and immediately went to the Chief of staff, Doctor Wendell Maurice for advice on what to do with her. Dr. Maurice was quick to take charge of the child and tell the nurse he would contact the proper authorities. The nurse took him at his word, and never thought twice about leaving the infant in Dr. Maurice’s hands. Little did she know the Chief of Staff’s true agenda.
To Maurice, this was a dream opportunity: the chance to conduct behavioral experiments on a human being from close to birth, with no parents or rightful guardians to stand in his way. He took Catherine to his home where he spent years conducting cruel and sadistic psychological tests on the poor girl.
Maurice subjected her to all manner of inhumanity, from sensory deprivation, to sleep deprivation and everything in between. Catherine grew up a deeply disturbed young girl, barely capable of speaking. She became violent and despondent, and on the eve of her 17th birthday, she turned on a complacent Dr. Maurice, and killed him in a fit of rage. She fled his estate into the expanse of the Gateway Evergreens.
For nearly 2 years she lived like a wild child, hunting for food and steadily becoming more and more primitive and savage. In those 2 years, rumors began to circulate throughout Gateway City. It was said that a strange woman-child haunted the Gateway Evergreens. Authorities took it upon themselves to get to the bottom of these rumors and supposed sightings, and launched a man hunt. It took them nearly a week to find and capture Catherine, but eventually, they tracked her down. Ironically, she was admitted to the Fraserview Mental Health Hospital for treatment.
Catherine remained at Fraserview for close to three years after her capture. In that time she was taught to speak to the level of a kindergartener, but the damage had been done. Years of abuse at the hands of the inhuman Dr. Maurice had left her distrusting and violent.
One night, after attacking 2 attendants, she was thrown into a straight jacket and into the rubber room. It was that night that Jeanne Darque came to her. Ironically, Catherine reacted very calmly to Jeanne Darque, stating in her childish manner, that she had always known she would come to rescue her. In truth, the Cube had led Darque to Catherine. It instructed Darque to change Catherine into of its a Guardian. Admittedly, Darque did not quite comprehend the logic of appointing a madwoman to such a task, but she obeyed the Cube as she always did.
Catherine became Catnip, a perfect combination of madness and innocence, in the image of Catherine’s favorite character from Alice in Wonderland: the Cheshire cat. Catnip escaped from Riverview with Darque, who proceeded to tutor her in the ways of her new-found powers.
Catnip quickly endeared herself to the other Guardians, and she and Ghostboy especially became very close, sharing an almost brother-sister bond.
To this day, Catnip remains with the Guardians, using her powers to protect the weak and the innocent. But as a result of her childhood abuse, there lies a deep, dark rage within her which often resurfaces. In those moments, Catnip becomes a mindless animal, capable of the most horrible acts of violence, making her a formidable foe, but also a dangerous ally.
Catnip possesses superhuman strength and is capable of lifting (pressing) just a little under a ton. She is incredibly fast, agile and her skin is supremely resistant to harm. She possesses heightened senses, and can see perfectly well in pitch dark. She is skilled in hand to hand combat, though not formally trained in any particular form of martial art.
Her cube given-gifts seem to centre around her resemblance to the Cheshire cat from Alice in Wonderland. Though Catnip can become completely invisible, she rarely makes use of this ability. Her fractured mind seldom remembers to employ of this supernatural skill, preferring instead to resort to violence.
She also possesses paralyzing venom which she can spit from her mouth, but as with her invisibility, this is a skill she seldom takes advantage of.
It has long been thought that the human Catherine Cannip may well have possessed some form of telepathic powers. In fact Dr. Maurice attempted to bring these abilities to the surface with his research, but ironically foiled his own plans by traumatizing the child’s mind beyond complete repair. The possibility remains that Catnip might someday harness these powers, but in order for that to happen, she would need to regain control of her fractured psyche, something not even a telepath as powerful as Numa has been able to help her do.
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More from me shortly, boys and girls! Hugz + kisses, Patrick XOXO
Our first comic book offerings of 2010 are here: Tug Harder #2 and Crash Course #1 are now available for purchase in our catalog section.
Tug Harder #2 picks up immediately after the events of the first issue. After being rescued from an angry mob of horny rednecks by an alien force, Tug photographs his way through the mother ship and discovers a plot so big, it could impact the entire human race!
The farmhands have also been taken with him, and they’re “experimented” with in the most unthinkable of manners! There are unexpected, but not unpleasant side effects to these experiments however!
Written and illustrated by Butch McLogic, Tug Harder #2 is hot off the press and just waiting to fall into your hot and hungry hands!
Crash Course #1 is a fast-paced space adventure about Crash, a young man with a big dick and nothing to lose, and his robot sidekick Rockstar. It’s a big galaxy filled with hot and hunky guys, spaceships, laser guns, and bounty hunters! Join Crash on the run as he tumbles in and out of beds, gunfights, and space battles. The biggest question is: Is Crash running toward the future, or away from the past?
Written by Johnny Murdoc, illustrated by TJ Wood and colored by Lizz Ventura, Crash Course #1 is a fantastic first issue introducing you to a galaxy of hot new characters. You won’t want to miss this one!
Each month we will be putting out a new free online comic strip written by Patrick Fillion and gorgeously illustrated by new Class Comics artist, Leon de Leon! These strips will star your favorite Class Comics heroes such as Deimos, Zahn and Naked Justice in fresh, sexy new stories!
New STRIPSHOW comic strips are made available first to our Newsletter subscribers, and then archived here on our site the following month. Our newsletter also gives you free exclusive wallpaper designs, as well as awesome discount codes for our comics! So if you want all that AND your monthly STRIPSHOW before everyone else, be sure to subscribe to our newsletter.
Meanwhile, we hope you enjoy this archive of past STRIPSHOW strips. Happy reading!