Saturday, February 13, 2010

It's Valentine's Day: may I present Pat Mallet 's erotic cartoons...



Das Grosse Buch der kleinen grünen Mänchen - germany 1977 Most cartoons in this book were published in the French magazine Lui

On the occasion of Valentine's Day 2010 I'll present you some light erotic cartoon books by Pat Mallet. Patrick Mallet (born in Marseille, 1941) is a French cartoonist. He is deaf since the age of 9 but nevertheless he created 'the little green men', 'les petits hommes verts' or 'die Kleinen Grünen Männchen' : little green martians that come to earth to explore mainly the female sex. And most appalling of all, the female sex seems to like the martians!
In 1966 Mallet's cartoons were published in Paris Match, Stern and Die Zeit. Since 1970, his litte green martians cartoons were published in the French magazine Lui. In 1972 and 1978 he received the 'Prix international de l'humour' in Montreal. I don't think he still draws cartoons , but the cartoons he made in the past are just very funny into my opinion.

Most of the books of Mallet I have, I bought on eBay Germany where you easily can find this books.


Les Petits Hommes Verts - éditions j'ai lu 1987

Die kleinen grünen Männchen - Fischer Verlag 1987



Die kleien grünen Männnchen werden Activ
- Fischer Verlag 1987


gelegenheid macht liebe - Fischer Verlag 1989


The book below is the second book of Mallet with cartoons about world history. Of course many of great moments in human history were inspired by the little martians and they were present at these moments. I'll show you this books in more detail later.


Did you know the martians helped Louis XIV of France
to build the Palace of Versailles?


Learn more:
Pat Mallet bio on Lambiek.net
L'Humour acide de Pat Mallet (french)
Facebook: avec Pat Mallet

More funny erotic cartoons on our blog

2 comments:

Tony - Netherlands said...

They even made jigsaw puzzles of them. I used to own one when I was young. They published the cartoon in het Netherlands also. I believe in the magazine Panorama.

Jan Oplinus said...

Unfortunately, we hear nothing about Pat Mallet nowadays...