Belzeber figlia del Diavolo is a character in a comic book created by Sandro Angiolini in 1977 for the Italian publisher EdiFumetto, founded by Renzo Barbieri, in his line of erotic comics ( fumetti per Adulti). Born from the womb of a cow, a beast - Belzeber is the daughter of the Devil , who is sent to Earth to thwart the plans of Tomas de Torquemada, Inquisitor General of Castile and Aragon during the reign of the Catholic Kings. Conceived as a wily character, cruel and lascivious, the "Princess of Hell" condition is characterized by a hermaphrodite.
Over 30 episodes and two supplements ("I lussuriosi mori" and "e il cavalieri Belzeber" published this last I Notturni # 24, June 1978 ) published in Italy from 1977 , Angiolini built a full saga blood, violence and horror, imbued with his characteristic black humor and grotesque style erotic, explicit time, brushing often vulgar. A saga that tilts on the relentless battle between Belzeber and the Inquisitor General.
Belzeber, despite his condition hermaphrodite comes with completely female appearance, a woman short blonde hair with two locks upright horns as a beautiful and emphatic forms. Amoral, perverse, sadistic, sexually liberated, when it was created are still experiencing the consequences of the sexual revolution - lacks any hindrance when it comes to using violence to get rid of their opponents or to achieve its purposes, nor curb moral one for enjoy some connotations insatiable sexual appetites of sadists, with men and women.
Conceived as an entertainment erotic, in the series behind a critique of the hypocrisy and sexual repression embodied in the totalitarian nature of the Inquisition and the authoritarian politics of the Catholic Kings. One criticism of the plot development does not arise in a Manichean, since it contrasts with the negative image of the Catholic fundamentalist liberated attitude to pagan of the protagonist and his father, Satan - since Belzeber is a very ambiguous If it can sometimes act with a certain righteous impulse usually is so cruel and ruthless as Torquemada, though their struggle against the power can arouse sympathy in the reader certain rebellious.
Basking in all sorts of lurid situations in which there is a nearly complete list of paraphilias, the series has a completely deprejuiciado, avoiding any moral alibi when addressing sexual themes.