Les Fléaux d'Attila by Hugdebert
Les Fléaux d'Attila

Hugdebert (Guillaume Berteloot) is a French comic artist specialised in erotic comics. Since the late 1980s, he has adapted literary classics to erotic comics. Berteloot has also worked in the advertising and communication fields, and is a regular contributor to La Vie Parisienne. In 1992 he drew 'Les Saigneurs du Rail', an adaptation of Horlà de Maupassant, for Glénat.

Among his erotic titles are 'Akrynos', 'Four Daughters and Their Mother', 'Irina', 'Kama-Sutra', 'La bête humaine', 'La fille des steppes', 'Le secret de tante Pauline', 'La maison Tellier', 'Les amants diaboliques', 'Les compagnes du Tigre', 'Les Fléaux d'Attila', 'Les fleurs du mâle', 'Les reines rouges', 'Les Vénus', 'Les Vikings', 'Les Voluptés de l'Orient Expres', 'Lisa la Blanche', 'Love East European Style', 'Mon amant', 'Paula and Aggie' and 'Train de nuit'.

Kama Sutra by Hugdebert
Kama Sutra

Last updated: 2011-02-04

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