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The D.i.D. Chronicles is a mini-comic series about a small, online community who collect and discuss “damsel in distress” (D.i.D.) and bondage scenes from mainstream media.  Comments appreciated!
(All stories, names, characters, titles, and events portrayed in The D.i.D. Chronicles are fictitious. No identification with actual persons (living or deceased), productions, and products is intended or should be inferred.)
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renderedspeechless Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2018
Awesome, thank you.  I really needed to hear that, I appreciate it, and hope you continue to enjoy what you see.
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renderedspeechless Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2018
Cool!  I have a Tumblr and Twitter account but rarely use/update them anymore.  This has always been the best place to check out my art.
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PirateStann Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
So where is this community? And where are 1-5?
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renderedspeechless Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2018
I have a Folder in my gallery with all the comics there.  
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vikings2win247 Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2018
This is great! 
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renderedspeechless Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2018
Thank you very much!
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Geephead Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2018  Hobbyist Writer
I am willing to make a guess that the Hollywood producers who hired Gloria Mig were fully aware of her rep for being comfortable in bondage scenes. I wouldn’t be surprised if they knew about her husbands work too. When I worked on my movie mag PHOBOS I was surprised at the UNDERGROUND HOLLYWOOD that existed side by side with the mainstream one. One example of this was how the porno biz pushed the technology for home video. VHS, DVD, BLU-RAY, and 4K, all got worked out in porno first before it was adapted by the mainstream. Even some serious filmmakers got their start in adult films because that was the only training ground that would take a chance on newcomers. The video company SOMETHING WEIRD has rescued a lot of these old exploitation films that were thought to be lost. The late Mike Varney bought up a ton of roughies, sexploitation, stag loops, etc. from old film vaults. 
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renderedspeechless Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2018
I won't speak too much on Gloria Mig's past, that needs to unfold thru the comics!  ;)  I do agree: what I have read indicates the Internet age was quite the same, with adult sites leading the way with coding and tech for online payment/billing, security/firewall protocols, etc.  I believe that was how early sites like Danni's Hard drive made their fortunes: proprietary software they developed for their site then licensed or sold because it worked so well.  And I agree, Something Weird vids were a bulk of my enjoyment in my 20s.  
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Geephead Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2018  Hobbyist Writer
Looking forward to more of the Gloria Mig saga. You remind me of Kliph Nesteroff the “encyclopedia of comedy” who specializes is telling the history of old comedians that most people have never heard of. You are doing the same for DID collectors and actors/actresses. 

From what I’ve heard lately, it’s not so easy making a buck in the adult biz these days because monster sites like pornohub.com steal your movies as soon as they gets produced. They are so big nobody can afford to fight them and when one film gets taken down, 3 more pop up somewhere else. 

Did you read Darrell San’s DA Journal about his statis as an adult cartoonist. I was shocked to find out he had such a hard time making money because his comix were rated X. It’s the same with movies. You can not advertise an X-rated movie on TV or newspapers. When John Waters last movie A DIRTY SHAME could not get an R rating, his movie was shut out of every mainstream theater in America. Good thing I saw it on DVD. 

Oh, I forgot to mention in one of my last comments, in 2005, a filmmaker named Johnathan Yudis, did a tribute movie to Russ Meyer films called PERVERT! As I recall, it was pretty funny, and featured fantastic women. Worth looking up. 
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renderedspeechless Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2018
Just making sure you realize Gloria Mig is a character I created for the comic, she's not a real actress.  Inspired by various stories and experiences, but it is part of my story.  Your comments about Pornhub remind me of a book I read recently entitled "Conspiracy: Peter Thiel, Hulk Hogan, Gawker, and the Anatomy of Intrigue" by Ryan Holiday.  I didn't personally care for Holiday's writing style, but the story and outcome itself is riveting.  Most people might recall the headline of Hogan winning a landslide settlement causing the demise of Gawker, but the inner workings of the case and how/why it was built is jaw dropping.  Another example of truth stranger than fiction.  Gawker being this monster site with lawyers on top of lawyers, and a trail of angry celebs who realize they would never be able to afford to carry through with a lawsuit... until the Hogan case.  A David vs Goliath story for the modern age?

And I have heard of the R Meyer doc, another on a list of things I would like to check out and see... way too many things to watch/read/enjoy... (sigh)  A good problem to have!
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Geephead Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2018  Hobbyist Writer
Yep, you’ve made it clear that these characters are fictional but based on real people. Was there a real actress like Mig that specialized in TV bondage scenes? Was her husband in the porno biz? I guess I should ask how loosely these are based on real people. In P.T. Anderson’s movie BOOGIE NIGHTS, it was based on the life of porn star John Holmes. Maybe your stories are more loosely based on many people?

I saw a doc on Netflix that covered the Hulk Hogan vs Gawker case. Pretty amazing. Lots of behind the scenes people involved. 

The 2005 PERVERT! is a regular story movie that is very similar to Russ Meyer’s style and content. The Russ Meyer documentary is something that’s been floating around but I don’t when or if it’s ever coming out.
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renderedspeechless Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2018
Not based on, but inspired by multiple people, stories, anecdotes, personal experiences, etc.  She isn't a main character in the comics, but she will help tie certain elements together.  I have heard various tales of former models/adult stars becoming a well known producer's wife, or like you mentioned, famous directors who got their start in porn, but the Mig character is mainly inspired by my own ideas.

I liked the idea of having the main characters, then introducing new characters, but also revealing the actresses or celebs they fantasize about.  I think that is where the fun comes in, for me, to come up with backstories for these characters, how they will relate... I dunno.  We'll see. 
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Geephead Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2018  Hobbyist Writer
Most people in show biz have their idols they look up to. Most of the time they are the reason they got into the biz in the first place. 

I still remember my favorite movie as a kid that I saw in the Drive-in was THE SEVEN FACES OF DR. LAO with Tony Randall. It had everything a boy could want- magic, mystery, monsters, stop motion, special effects galore, and a knock-out 7 character performance from Mr. Randall. The movie was done by George Pal, the creator of Puppetunes, Tom Thumb, The Time Machine, War of the Worlds, and many more. That early mind-blower got me excited about movies.
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renderedspeechless Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2018
I have not seen the movie Seven Faces..., and I am not sure I can recall a movie I have watched as fondly, or one that had such an effect on me or my aspirations.  I think maybe the biggest influence on me personally was reading MAD magazine?  It really shaped my interest in drawing and humor, my love for satire.  I grew up in a household where my parents never expressed any deep interest or passion for the arts or pop culture.  Most of what I discovered was on my own, or through the older siblings of friends.  Even then, no one was there to help me frame it culturally or add context or understanding.  So much of what I enjoyed or was fascinated by: pro wrestling, true crime, Dungeons and Dragons, horror movies, monsters, heavy metal ... I had everyone telling me it was garbage or it meant I was some deviant.  Which I think only made me like it even more.  Fortunately it never kept me from enjoying it or seeking out the weirder sides of those worlds.  
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