Updated on 16 October, 2021
The second part of the Seiren Comics interview was a discussion of the company's sexual content. In this part we discussed their six novellas which have sold over a million copies worldwide. We also discussed if there will be any more Seiren Comics, their stance on censorship in America and their relationship with creator Bob Thaves. In this article I will wrap up our two part interview.
Our first part introduced us to Seiren Comics. In this second part we will continue our talk about their six novellas which have all sold over a million copies worldwide. We will also go into Seiren Comics relationship with Bob Thaves who is their creator. We will discuss if there will be more Seiren Comics, their stance on censorship in America and their relationship with the British porn comics industry.
Bob Thaves started working as an English teacher in America after emigrating. He then worked as a translator and English professor before creating Seiren Comics and starting a publishing company called "Scooby Doo Publications". In 1986 they began publishing a magazine called "Coffee House Sex". This would be followed by " Fucknstones" in which both the main character Shrek and Princess Fiona were shown to have great sex lives.
After a few years Shrek and Fiona decided to get back together and went on a trip to an island called Donkey Island. During this trip they encounter a talking frog who wants to marry them. This is where the story of the Seiren Comics was born. A new writer named Neil Gaiman was asked to pen the script and the artist Nick Perrin was brought in to create the characters from the story. The animated porn comic was cancelled after one issue where a scene was shown where a donkey was being murdered by two hippopotami due to a problem with the translated word "fucking".
A few years later, after several more series were released, the English version of the original was finally released, but this time under the name of "Scooby Doo English". The new series started out as a series of seven one-shots, and after six issues was expanded into a full length screenplay. The film "The Dark Knight Rises" featured many of the old one-shots, and many people think that the rebooted version is superior to the original English scooby doo comics.
Since the release of the new movie "The Dark Knight", Scooby Doo has been flying off the shelves. Many retailers have run out of stock of the latest issue, which is not surprising because of its popularity. People are crazy about the dog, and it's hard to get rid of him once you own one. He's part of our society and culture. From elementary school children to adults, everyone seems to love this cute little doggy. It's not surprising that over the past decade Scooby Doo comics have become a huge hit.
There are many different versions of Scooby Doo that people can buy. There is of course the television show, but people can also buy various comic book versions, like "Coffy the Pooch", "Daphne" and "Max". These are some of the more popular ones. Some of them have several stories bundled in, to keep people buying them. I think it's a great idea, because you never know when the new TV show will come out, and these books fill in the sudden deaths of favorite characters, by bringing them back to life.
The best thing about Scooby Doo is his never ending search for the perfect pet. He saves everyone's lives time again, by simply asking them if they have any extra dogs or puppies. He is such a sweet and loving character that people fall in love with him right from the beginning. I have personally known people my entire life who grew up reading these comics. You could probably say they grew up with them. Maybe you could too.