Island Pot by Eurlian

Eurlian uses Adobe Photoshop to maximum effect in this wonderful drawing. The expression on her face makes this image a classic. Added 08/15/1998.

Carrie and the Cannibals

This image is taken from a short comic. A woman falls asleep on a leaky hot water bottle and dreams of a jungle encounter with cannibals. An excellent effort. Added 08/15/1998.

Jungle Janet's Temperature by Pete Boggs

Pete Bogg's favorite heroine, Jungle Janet, ends up in a pot and admonished by a careful cook. This image forms the basis for the animated shot on the main page. Added 08/15/1998.

Ms. Anderson on the Menu

A young woman answers questions for her polite, but cannibalistic, hosts while simmering in a pot. Added 08/15/1998.

Friends in Hot Water by Dolcett

What would any collection of cannibal art be without some works by Dolcett? Here, two good friends simmer together in one large pot. A chef nearby prepares for the next stage of cooking to come. Added 08/15/1998.

Hollywood Wolf by Pete Boggs

A hollywood wheeler-dealer invites a eager young actress over to his place to discuss her career. She ends up in hot water (really gravy)! An amusing drawing where Pete Boggs pokes fun at the Hollywood elite. Added 08/15/1998.

Silicone Soup by Grant Canfield

Cannibals happen on to a young woman with augmented breasts. Maybe she can talk herself out of this one. She has a good case. Added 08/15/1998.

Women Cannibals by Pete Boggs

Finally! Pete Boggs comes to our rescue with this excellent drawing of a man about to be stewed by a beautiful trio of women cannibals. Art with men in pots is so much more difficult to find. It's fantastic that this image is of such high quality. Added 08/15/1998.

Boiler Babe by Dolcett

This is a line drawing of a diabolical machine for boiling people alive. It was comissioned by Karen, the keeper of the Dolcett archives from the artist himself. Karen's work is of the highest order and a note about her web page can be found under Related Information. Added 08/15/1998.

Castle Pot by Gary Miller

Here, a young woman cooks in the kitchen of a medieval castle. This image was made using new 3-D modeling software that is becoming quite popular. Gary Miller does work for the Woman Eater's web page (see Related Information). Added 08/15/1998.

Stirring the Pot by Ward

Ward draws detailed black and white cartoons of women in pots. This image features a young woman, amused, watching the cook stir the soup around her furiously. Added 08/25/1998.

Great when Stewed by Pierre

Cartoonists often find humor in cannibalism and pots. This cartoon depicts a young woman commenting on her attributes before going into the pot. Added 08/25/1998.

Boiled on a Wheel by Dolcett

Time for another industrial strength drawing by Dolcett. A bound woman watches another woman boil while fastened to a revolving wheel. This is a very strong image that I found both disturbing and fascinating. Added 08/25/1998.

Feeling the Heat by Le Chat

Le Chat pens a wide-eyed woman heating up in a very hot pot. Added 08/29/1998.

Push Her In! by Dolcett

This is a very explicit line drawing by Dolcett that depicts a young woman about to meet a very nasty fate in a big pot of boiling water. This image is made even more powerful by the portrayal of the man and woman carrying out the deed. They both come across as especially cruel and brutal. Added 09/28/98.

In the Pot by Gynophage/Gerbil

A wonderful shaded pencil drawing of a pretty woman simmering in a pot. Added 09/28/98.

Cook Out Fanantic by Hagenan

A dedicated fan of cookouts can't resist a lovely repast. Added 02/10/99.

Spicy Food by Rob Topper

The wife of a good cannibal reminds him about his dietary restrictions as he prepares a young woman in a pot of hot water. Added 02/10/99.

Wait a Minute! by Dick Ericson

This is a wonderful drawing of a woman who is saved from the pot only to meet some other fate. The artist leaves that something else to our imagination. Added 02/10/99.

St. Potamiaine by George Pichard

Mr. Pichard pens the fate of Saint Potamiaine who was boiled alive for her Christian beliefs in 304 A.D. by the Romans. Upon announcement of the mode of her execution, St. Potamiaine insisted that she not be cast into the boiling pitch abruptly but instead lowered into it slowly to show her tormentors the power of her belief. Added 5/23/99.

LeChat was kind enough to send me this illustration. He maintains a a very nice compilation of the stories of St. Potamiaine and others on the Women Martyrs page.

Penny Soup

A correspondent sent me this drawing that he found posted in a discussion group. The artist pokes fun at the myriad of cooking shows that are now popular on off-beat cable channels. The quality is excellent. Added 05/30/99.

Work in Progress by Jim Bader

Jim is assembling some very promising pot art. Seven of his works are shown here. I have divded this page into thumbnails so that it is easier to download. Three additional drawings were added October 11, 1999.

Detective in Trouble

This image was sent to me from a correspondent who found it in an unnamed detective magazine. Actually, it looks like an inquisition scenario to me. In any case, the quality is outstanding. The artist is unknown. Added 07/05/99.

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