Ghastly's Ghastly Comic (feedback needed):

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This was cut pretty early on, and has been brought up a couple times on the restoration thread, so I'd like to get some more info on it. As I understand it, its NSFW, but not porn.
2 shimaspawn29th May 2012 10:10:38 AM from Here and Now , Relationship Status: In your bunk
It is NSFW, it is not porn. The issue really is actually the chibi race which are weird tiny people with no fingers and childlike proportions. This is a chibi. They are mentally adults and act like it, but they are sexualized.

There isn't really anything explicit featuring them though, and anything else in the comic that is explicit is played for laughs.

edited 29th May '12 10:12:05 AM by shimaspawn

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3 Komodin29th May 2012 10:15:46 AM from Windy Hill Zone , Relationship Status: I like big bots and I can not lie
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Well, if we can keep Oglaf, I think we can keep this work; it's primary purpose is comedy, instead of titillation.
I have read the entire comic chibi sue's purpose for exiting is that she wants a boy friend who is not a pedophile however she cant find one and is a virgin at 30.

Also she never appears nude and seems to exits to mock the older then they look thing.

What might be questionable is the tentacle monster kid who innocently thinks sex toys are ninja weapons.

[down]So add a banner and have someone watch it?

edited 29th May '12 10:55:14 AM by Shadis

It's funny, but folks need to keep an eye on the page so it doesn't get gross.
6 SeptimusHeap29th May 2012 11:06:08 AM from Laniakea , Relationship Status: Mu
For the record, the source is still visible in the history

Google Images didn't give anything insta-cut-worthy, to address the monster issue in [up][up]
[up]He is never sexualized he just thinks sex toys are ninja weapons its all played for laughs.
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[up][up] There's a strip in Questionable Content (which, by the way, is a mostly non-indicative name) where the main character's mother, who used to be a fetish porn model, shows his friends a picture of him when he was a kid, waving around a dildo. Is that cut-worthy, too?

Sex toys are played one of two ways. If they're being used for their intended purpose, it's sexual. If almost anything else is being done with them, it's comedy.
9 Willbyr29th May 2012 11:41:07 AM from North Little Rock, AR , Relationship Status: Pining for the fjords
EDIT: Nevermind, got things qualified.

edited 29th May '12 11:43:14 AM by Willbyr

10 shimaspawn29th May 2012 11:42:57 AM from Here and Now , Relationship Status: In your bunk
Yeah, the kid with the sex toys is played for laughs because he doesn't realise what they are. He's actually completely UNsexualized to the point of comical innocence.
Reality is that, which when you stop believing in it, doesn't go away.

-Philip K. Dick
11 Meeble30th May 2012 05:51:07 AM from the ruins of Granseal
likes the cheeses.
Yeah, we're not looking to cut anything simply for mentioning sex in the same page/panel/whatever where children are present. The "kids don't understand the difference between sex toys and real toys" gag (among other sex-based humor) has been done in South Park, which is fine.

As long as it doesn't seem to be drawn with the intent of people getting off to it, it should be fine (fine to keep a page on, at least.) I can't say for sure before completing my review, though, so take what I'm saying with a grain of salt.

edited 30th May '12 5:51:33 AM by Meeble

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12 32_Footsteps31st May 2012 07:02:47 AM from Just north of Arkham , Relationship Status: THIS CONCEPT OF 'WUV' CONFUSES AND INFURIATES US!
Think of the mooks!
Well, it's a comic about sex and fetishes, but it's mostly to gently (well, not so gently in some cases) make jokes about them.

I'd keep the page under lock so as to keep it from going into questionable territory, but I think it should stay.
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13 Raidouthe21st2nd Jun 2012 07:01:26 PM from Whacking trick-or-treating punks , Relationship Status: Anime is my true love
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I read it. It's around the same level as Oglaf, primarily comedy with use of sex humor. Lock would be fine, it's already ended anyways.
"You know you're like the A-bomb, everyone's laughing, having a good time, and you show up. BOOM! Everything's dead!"
14 Morganite2nd Jun 2012 08:47:01 PM from Dynamis - Firefly Alley
Something strange...
Just because something's over doesn't mean there aren't tropes to be added to it's page.
"So... the time has come for you to meet your demise..."
15 Meeble2nd Jun 2012 09:22:27 PM from the ruins of Granseal
likes the cheeses.
If a lock is determined to be needed, tropes can always be added to it by making a request to a mod.

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And on the other hand, if the comic is over and the page isn't currently lewd enough to be problematic, there's no reason to conclude it will develop issues without a lock.
17 Morganite2nd Jun 2012 10:53:38 PM from Dynamis - Firefly Alley
Something strange...
Yeah, that's what I was thinking. It doesn't make sense to me to lock something when there's no actual problems happening. (And no reason to expect there to be any, as far as I can tell.)
"So... the time has come for you to meet your demise..."
Well, we currently don't have a page, so we can't tell whether its lewd or not.
We do! grin

—>Tentacle monsters, and the women who love them.

Ghastly's Ghastly Comic was an adult webcomic that ran from 2001 to 2006. Inspired by an NSFW Sexy Losers strip, the series is about tentacle monsters living in our world, and the people they interact with. These people include a chibi, a girly guy who speaks broken-Japanese, an attention whore Cosplay Otaku Girl, a Flaky New Age Neo-Pagan, Baby Cthulhu, a Cloudcuckoolander who looks perpetually stoned, a furry, a guy transplanted from a hentai game who has an invisible penis, a guy transplanted from a 1970s Blaxploitation flick, and Drunk and Bitter Jesus.

The series can be found here. This webcomic is Not Safe for Work, and be careful about the examples.

This work contains examples of:

—> "If I was a cat-girl, baka-baka-baka-neko-neko-neko-neko-dum"
20 Meeble3rd Jun 2012 03:07:46 PM from the ruins of Granseal
likes the cheeses.
From what I've seen of this webcomic, it's definitely not porn. While I can see why the chibi thing could have caused this to get cut previously, they don't seem to be there to pander to pedophiles... instead, they're almost exclusively used as a vehicle to make fun of pedophiles.

Unless there's some really awful explicit chibi sex arc somewhere that I didn't see, this one will get an angel from me.
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[up]Having read the entire comic you never see a chibi naked let alone in a sex scene.
22 peccantis7th Jun 2012 05:58:04 AM , Relationship Status: Pining for the fjords
the flies will find you
It's not porn. It does have some very NSFW strips but all in all it's not meant to be titillating but a parody/satire.
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23 Catalogue8th Jun 2012 02:28:07 AM from where the good times are
A pocketful of saudade.
Some of the late entries are just erotic art, but it's still mainly wacky comedy.

2 angels for now.

(There's also this...)

edited 8th Jun '12 2:30:10 AM by Catalogue

The words above are to be read as if they are narrated by Morgan Freeman.
24 KuroBaraHime14th Jun 2012 04:24:59 PM from Somewhere...I think
This has 3 angel votes and a keep disposition.

So the page should be restored and this thread locked as done, right.
25 Willbyr14th Jun 2012 08:02:45 PM from North Little Rock, AR , Relationship Status: Pining for the fjords
[up] Aye, that it should.
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