Reviews - What do customers think about Eric Stanton (Amuses Gueules)?
Gorgeous Femdom Art May 17, 2008
Eric Stanton takes Female Domination to the hilt. The women art bigger than any Fellini film or Russ Meyer picture. Just when you think they've done it all, there's several more pages in store for the poor guy.
The art is rich in color, amazing female figures, incredible action. Eric Stanton is just amazing and this book is chock full of page turning domination. A must-see, gentlemen!
stanton book fails to arouse Jan 5, 2007
there should have been some indication that this book was far from the standard size. it is so small that it's hardly worth the effort of looking. Stanton is a master of the form, but this meager volume is hardly the best one to enjoy his work. even as a sampler it fails.
Compared to DOMINANT WIVES not that good but worth 3 bucks. Nov 17, 2000
I ordered DOMINANT WIVES AND OTHER STORIES at the same time I ordered this little, bity book which made this much smaller collection of Stanton's pictures, stories, etc. seem poor in comparison. There are a few good things here but spend the extra money and get DOMINANT WIVES if you want to see a more impressive view of female dominance, bondage, punishment,etc. provided by the strange, but fun, world of Eric Stanton.
A really good book, but too short Oct 26, 2000
This book is really worth more than three bucks, but it is a bit short. If you like Eric Stanton book, this is a really good and cheap buy.
Great visual story telling from an acclaimed master Nov 30, 1999
For those men with a special fondness for Female Superiority, this book is a keeper. It is a generous volume of some of the late Stanton's best artwork with graphic examples of women getting the better of men. Apparently, these items of work were the product of commissions, and it is interesting to ponder how widespread the desire for women to be in control of men is. There is great variation within what could be a limited field: women of colour in charge, women ganging up on single men, women in the mafia, women reassigning the house keeping chores etc. Plenty to keep one titillated. Minor drawbacks are the, at times, typographical errors, and rather hard to follow (text being very compressed) three or so stories at the start of the book. There is one story that is pure graphics with no speech. At first I thought this was deliberate but I gather it is not since the messages from the frames are not clear. But these should not get in the way of the overall enjoyment of this great compendium. All the women are beautifully drawn, quite voluptious and well endowed, and Stanton presses buttons with the mandatory sleek looking high heels supporting shapely calves: Awe inspiring art forms that tower over snivelling looking men, who appear quite insipid and rightly deferential to the REAL Stronger Sex. Great stuff!