Pornographic space-time and the potential of fantasy in comics and fan art

  • Lyndsay Brown University of Florida
Keywords: Desire, Narrative, Structure

Abstract

By putting pornographic comics and fan art into conversation, this article contends that works intended to depict and fuel sexual fantasy structure time and space differently with the goal of directly engaging the reader and extending the duration of her pleasure. Further, the comics and pieces of fan art examined herein are produced by, for, and about women and suggest an alternative vision of female desire that challenges contemporary understandings of pornography's utility and functioning as it intersects with fantasy in the private sexual economy.

Author Biography

Lyndsay Brown, University of Florida
Lyndsay Brown is a PhD Candidate in English-Media Studies at the University of Florida.
Published
2012-10-16
How to Cite
Brown, L. (2012). Pornographic space-time and the potential of fantasy in comics and fan art. Transformative Works and Cultures, 13. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.3983/twc.2013.0465
Section
Praxis