In ancient mythology, a succubus was a demon woman who seduced men into unspeakable acts, like frenzied orgies, or buying an Incubus album. Putting devil chicks on your walls, BadMoon Studios. A collection of "Kick Ass Gig Art" for bands on the hardcore side, Bad's the handiwork of a Houston family man who nonetheless has retained a healthy infatuation with femininity's more hellacious aspects, with the resulting art also inspired by the hundreds of monster toys he keeps in his studio -- unwanted by today's kids, as it's impossible to sext anyone on a Skeletor doll. Terrifyingly erotic examples include a bone-masked, raven-haired vampiress for Misfits, a Confederate-flagged pentagram above a blonde with her legs around a guitar for Psychocharger, and a gun-and-booze brandishing bandita in latex negligee & a fishnet halter, for Dallas' own Ghoultown -- known for the song "Killer in Texas", but how could they have known we'd trade for Alex Barron? Bad also sells fleshier pin-ups based on original paintings, from the pitchfork-wielding, bass-guitar-playing cowgirl of "Devil Girl", to "Ray Gun", a rear view of a topless interstellar Amazon resembling a Cobra-era Brigitte Nielsen, back when she was Stallone's...flavor of the month. Other Bad wares include self-issued Texasylum comic books, fantasy girl-emblazoned T-shirts, and six same-themed skateboard decks, from a nude babe wrestling an octopus, to some really evil-looking flowers that'll make you feel tough enough to experiment with some really frenzied ollies.