Chains and Punji Sticks

This horrible predicament bondage comes to you courtesy of artist Basil Gogos, as featured recently on the Men’s Adventure Magazines blog which I discovered via links on Spanking Blog and the Chross Guide To The Spanking Internet:

two girls painfully chained by Nazis

The art appeared originally on the cover of a Man’s Epic magazine, in connection with an article headlined “Bring out the hostages of Hitler’s death trap!”

chained on the cover of Man\'s Epic magazine

It doesn’t look good for Our Heroines; they appear to be destined to suffer in chains until they can balance no longer, at which point they’ll fall over onto the sharp stakes. What a waste!

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5 comments on “Chains and Punji Sticks”:

SPAZ commented on November 20th, 2010 at 5:08 am:

Great looking illustration. Lots of drama and animation.

brithebri commented on November 21st, 2010 at 4:31 am:

I don’t think WW2 imagery is relevant anymore. Your site especially has crossed this threshold. The majority of your most recent (especially your idea of ‘bondage art’) posts have featured a lot of nazi imagery, and many of your own commentaries suggest that not only you, but your ‘audience’ are uncomfortable with the symbology- you suggest photoshopping svastikas, or entire nazi guys out of pictures.

odh120 commented on November 21st, 2010 at 7:23 am:

If nothing else, the Nazis must have good hairdressers in their hell camps,,,

Rope Guy commented on November 21st, 2010 at 11:34 am:

A heh for odh120 and a LOL for brithebri.

Relevant or not, Brith, Bondage Blog is built largely on found treasures, and when it comes to pulp art from the middle-late 20th century that could pass the US censors, that means a lot of Nazis. It doesn’t really matter whether it’s “relevant” — it’s what’s there.

The single remark about photoshopping out the Nazi with the whip (almost a whole year ago, do try to keep up please!) was intended to be flip and humorous.

Darrkstarr commented on July 12th, 2012 at 4:06 pm:

My only comment about Brith is something my mother always said: Never speak ill of the brain dead. My question is, does anyone know who the artist is?

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