The boobs have two faces …

In 1982, Daryl Hall and John Oates (the Ren and Stimpy of the early 80's pop music scene) recorded a classic song called "Maneater". In 1993, Jack Kirby turned that fabled duo's musical masterpiece into visual form:

The skull-faced bikini

Let's mediate for a moment on that epic song's lyrics and reflect on how perfectly this character's non-outfit embodies it:

She'll only come out at night
The lean and hungry type
...
The woman is wild, a she-cat tamed by the purr of a jaguar
...
Oh here she comes
Watch out boy she'll chew you up
Oh here she comes
Shes a maneater
...
I wouldn't if I were you
I know what she can do
Shes deadly man, and she could really rip your world apart
...
Oh here she comes
Watch out boy she'll chew you up
Oh here she comes
Shes a maneater

I cannot imagine a more apt depiction of a "Maneater" than a woman with fang-tipped skulls at breasts and groin. And just look at the seductive evil of her disco-dancing pose; clearly this lady is one wicked customer.

Or maybe she's just misled. Maybe she ordered some edible panties, not realizing that in fact the panties eat you. At least you can be sure that's the last time she buys from "Vlad's of Hollywood".

(Image and character ©1993, Jack Kirby. Song lyrics ©1982 Hall & Oates.)

2 Responses to The boobs have two faces …

  1. …This may be one of the weirdest things I’ve ever seen…

  2. Glad I could help set a personal best 🙂

    I wanted to work the word “Facegina” into the post, but I thought it might be too over-the-top. After two cups of coffee and a chocolate almond high, though, I am throwing caution to the wind!