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Pilgor the Plunderer, Plate #2

Pilgor the Plunderer Portfolio, Plate #2

1981. Toutain Editior. 37,6 x 46,8 cm. B&W. [nico,plogg]

Printed in: Pilgor the Plunderer [SPA] (1981)

Plate #2: “Ytgna and his Faithful Ammora”
1 plate. s-Bruce Jones. a/r-Richard Corben. B&W.

Ammora, meanwhile, had fallen victim to the decadent Ytgna, a savage lizard-man whose well-endowed musculature made him one of the most powerful and sought-after dancers in the land. Taking advantage of the milieu, Ytgna spirited Ammora away to his waiting stallion and tossed her into the saddle. As the lithe beauty cried out in terror, the scaly humanoid gripped her flaxen hair in both hands, forced her head down and cut off her screams of protest with a muffled choke.

Spurring his steed, he bore the helpless girl across the windless plains to his palace of emerald and granite. There, in the darkened galleries, he and Ammora spent the remainder of the night dancing over and over to weird, heathen rythms until Ammora ached in her very vitals and her body was slick with sweat. Ashamed, degraded, the young girl could not deny the power and sweep of Ytgna’s skill nor the thrilling way he filled the void in her night. Even after hours of thrashing and grinding on the marble floor, Ammora found herself begging the lizard-man to dance with her yet again.

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