Summoning a succubus and complaining about the jiggling is like summoning a fire elemental and complaining about the smoke inhalation. I’d say the undead are the natural enemies of succubi because undead don’t get horny, but that’s not really true. Zombies, ghouls, ghasts, wights are all low level undead and don’t have any kind of sex drive. Liches are high up in the rankings, but they don’t have any sex drive either. Vampires though? Vampires are fucking horny, so maybe there’s other undead that succubi can manipulate with their primary talents? Of course when I say “zombie,” I’m talking about Romeros. “I, Zombie” and “Santa Clarita Diet” zombies can definitely get horny, but they’re a different breed altogether. They’re more like… sapient ghouls who hang on to their sapience with brain/human tissue consumption.

Succubus have a saying, “Why be gratuitous when you can be gratenitous?” Cause… you know, ten is more than ‘tu.’

Of course, they don’t really have that saying because by and large, the majority of them don’t speak English as their first language and that pun(?) wouldn’t play in Infernal. Also, while succubi get invited to all the parties for obvious reasons, many succubus don’t go the “drunk coed getting her experimental phase out of the way” route. They’re more like sex ninjas. Honeypot spies who can cause their marks to become totally sexually addicted to them, and without the marks even realizing it. They are less fun at parties. They tend to leave a lot of cases of rampant blue balls and/or near-death-experience-level orgasms in their wake.

Dead Alive, also known as Braindead, depending on where you live. One of Peter Jackson’s first movies, and absolute Zombie Criterion material as far as I’m concerned, alongside Shaun of the Dead, 28 Days Later, Zombieland, and you can’t really have a list of Zombie movies without a George A. Romero flick, as he essentially defined the genre. The problem is that he directed so many of them it’s hard to pick out THE Romero zombie movie. Maybe… the 1978 Dawn of the Dead, the one in the mall? Though as I recall, the 2004 remake was pretty good as well. I think I’d have to say that the 1985 The Return of the Living Dead is my favorite straight Romero-esque zombie flick, even though Romero didn’t write, produce or direct it. Actually the whole “Return of…” trilogy was pretty entertaining for mid-80’s to 90’s fare IMO. Well, shoot, now I’m probably going to rewatch all of those this week.

The July vote incentive is finally up! There was a disagreement about digitigrade and plantigrade leg configurations. What better way to resolve it than a race?

And in the Patreon variant, what better way to resolve it than a nude race? You know, to eliminate uh… wind drag I guess?



Double res version will be posted over at Patreon. Feel free to contribute as much as you like.