Debuted two decades before comic book porn spoofs became common
Sordid Stories with the Pink Stiletto appears to be one of the very first adults-only comic books ever adapted as a live action film.
Published in comic form by Carnal Comics, and filmed by British porn king John Bowen (aka John T. Bone) the story -- written by San Diego Reader columnist/cartoonist Jay Allen Sanford -- pits an Asian superheroine named Pink Stiletto (Annabel Chong, later the subject of a mainstream documentary film, in one of her first film roles) against the Beast (Ron Jeremy), an impotent hooded villain who wants to use his Lesbo Ray to turn all of the women on Earth into, what else, lesbians.
Stiletto is assisted by the Mighty Muffin Vixen Rangers (including Bunny Bleu, Kerri Downes, and others), while the Beast is backed up by the Dragonwitch and her slave (played by lesbian duo Summer Cummings and Skye Blue). A very comedic script is paired with a big budget production that includes elaborate costuming and sets, such as the President's Oval Office and an outrageously outfitted dungeon that hosts the climactic orgy.
Twenty years later, comic book spoofs would become common in porn. But this appears to be one of the very first, from the comic company that dominated its marketplace in the 1990s. Carnal Comics also co-produced film-and-comic-book combos such as Wicked Weapon (with Jenna Jameson), Still Insatiable (Marilyn Chambers' late-90s comeback film), Ginger Lynn is Torn (another star comeback vehicle), Johnny Does Paris (with John C. Holmes), Taxi Girls (with Holmes and cult star Nancy Suiter), and Demi the Demoness (a character created at Carnal Comics that went on to become a cult attraction and tattoo icon).
Pretty witty stuff here, clearly inspired by old pulp magazines and penny dreadfuls, featuring amusing Batman-like sound FX and some impressive performances from the cast, including Joey Silvera as a very Clinton-like President (nicknamed "Burger Man").
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