Perfection City

Call Me Creative Web Design is a Baltimore-based photographic firm that in 2004 used its considerable talents to create an online comic strip entitled Perfection City.

The premise of the series is simple. Perfection City was an ordinary town until, one night, a mysterious comet passed across the sky. It had a strange effect on the women of the city: they became ungovernable villainesses!

The city found an unlikely defender of justice when an everyday masked man living in his mom’s basement found his entire collection of comic books had been stolen. In his quest to get them back, he adopted a secret identity and called himself the Hero ‘until I think of something better’ (but he never did). His encounters with the villainesses are often accidental, but they always end with him dispensing summary justice – which usually means a good spanking!


Full of mock-heroic humor and visual inventiveness, Perfection City ran for 31 episodes, 26 of them featuring no fewer than 30 spankings. It folded in 2008, with several further episodes shot but unedited and unpublished. Call Me Creative continues to shoot new episodes in the hope of an eventual relaunch. May it be soon…

The villainesses were created using talent from the worlds of modeling, female wrestling and cosplay, among others. Let’s meet some of them…

Simply Magic


Simply’s true identity is Kristy Kopperfield, a magician’s assistant who has been fired and who takes her revenge on the world by becoming a mistress of magic in her own right. She’s based visually on the DC comics heroine Zatanna.


To play her, CMC engaged the cosplayer Lindze. Here she is:

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Simply was the villainess in the very first episode of Perfection City, in which she robbed the proceeds of an annual charity benefit for the local hospital. But when the Hero confronted her, she dropped her magic wand in the fight, whereupon…

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Dr Prankster


Patricia Prankster is a top scientist who attempts to take over the city by introducing a mind control drug into the water supply. She is one of a minority of the villainesses who don’t get spanked in their first episodes (her initial comeuppance involved mousetraps), but she did make a comeback…

She’s played by the wrestler Becky Bayless.

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And she later tried to get her revenge on the Hero by lacing his drink with poison. He survived the murder attempt by switching the drinks, and…


No, she didn’t die – she didn’t drink enough. And Becky Bayless returned in two holiday cards from Perfection City to its fans, first for Christmas…


… and then, perhaps less impressively, Valentine’s Day…




She’s played by ‘Penny Dreadful’, who in real life was also the graphic designer who helped to achieve the series’ ‘comic strip’ look.

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And when the Hero catches her trying to rob the toy store…


As you can see, she’s not unduly cowed by spanking; as she explains, her mom did it all the time and it never had any effect on her behavior, only her bottom…

Helena Hypno


Psychiatrist Helena is played by model Liana Diaz.

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The Hero encounters her when he has a crisis of confidence, and she uses hypno-therapy on him. Her evil plan is to connect a mind control device to the city’s news broadcasting system, but when he catches her at it, he discovers that their therapy session included something he didn’t ask for: she has implanted a hypnotic suggestion that makes it impossible for him to hit her. She escapes after a failed spanking attempt, but he does his research, overcomes the fluence and visits her in her office to give her something that’s long overdue…


And so, in a first for Perfection City, she gets spanked with her skirt up, on her white panties! The story ends with her resolving to start coming to work in pantsuits, which means that, in a later episode, her attempted revenge goes better for her, albeit only in one respect:


Nurse Evel


‘Bad attitude and complete lack of people skills’ were Melanie Evel’s fatal weakness at nursing school. But like Dr Prankster, her first encounter with the Hero didn’t end with a spanking: instead she got a syringe full of sleeping drug in her behind. She too had a return engagement…

She is played by Paige, who is better known as a graphic artist, and whose work includes this poster for a 2012 burlesque show:

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And here she is herself:

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Her revenge plot entails summoning the Hero for a medical checkup. The outcome is as expected…


You may have spotted where Paige got the pose for her Krampus spanking toon!

Jordy Ash


Fashionista Jordy is played by Jenn Sparks. Her first encounter with the Hero came about because he was assigned to handle security at the press conference to unveil her new range of clothes. But he discovered her plan to use a ‘nude spray’ that dissolved all fabrics except those used in her own clothes, which would give her control of the fashion market. After a spanking, the Hero used the nude spray on her – whereupon it emerged that she was only wearing one garment made by herself, and she had to give the press conference in her panties.

For her revenge visit, she’s equipped with the ‘wedgie ray’, capable of reducing undergarments to half their original size. In the course of the fight, the weapon is turned against her, before…


Her panties weren’t large beforehand, she helpfully tells us, so we can be sure she’s feeling the Hero’s palm through only one layer!

Daniella Diva


Daniella isn’t a resident of Perfection City but a touring pop princess, so her problem is sheer inherent naughtiness rather than comet influence. The name of the model who plays her was never disclosed, but the character is evidently based on…

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Britney Spears!

The Hero is assigned to handle the security for her visit, which is a real responsibility in view of some recent kidnapping threats. But Daniella isn’t interested in his precautions: she just wants to go out partying. As expected, she gets abducted, but the Hero rescues her, then puts her in another kind of peril from which there is no rescue…

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Hit her, Hero, one more time!

Vikki the Virus


Victoria is majoring in computer science at Perfection University, but by night she’s Vikki the Virus, a hacker who steals from online accounts and has bankrupted companies in the process.

She’s played by model Christy Lenore.

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There’s a chance you might have encountered Christy before – and being spanked. Under her surname alone, she also appeared on the specialist website Bun Beating Fun, in which models with good attitude play the roles of models with bad attitude, and wind up having their bare bottoms very soundly spanked. ‘Lenore’ shows her bad attitude by asking for more money…

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… so naturally she gets something else entirely:

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It’s all a matter of taste, but personally I prefer what she got when she took money without asking, by hacking into the Hero’s account:




And the last of our selection is an evil thespian (a word that, as you can see, somebody couldn’t spell) who’s playing her one-woman version of Hamlet at the Perfection City Theater. All she craves is audience appreciation.

She’s played by a lady who has had a lot of audience appreciation in her own person, the Pennsylvania singer-songwriter and recording artist Tiffany Apan.

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Unfortunately Ophelia is trying to force appreciation on her audience by introducing a mind-altering gas into the theater’s ventilation system. The Hero’s response is to change to a different Shakespeare play…


Yes, he’s another one who doesn’t know there isn’t a spanking scene in The Taming of the Shrew – but who’s complaining?

There – and I haven’t even introduced you to Undercover Connie the reporter, or Kathy Klepto the Mayor’s thieving daughter, or Princess Jasmine the evil royal, or Natasha the spy, or Harley Davis the biker, let alone GI Jodie the army brat and Lady Midnight the evil spellcaster, whose episodes were shot but never published. This post has been compiled using images that were to be found on free online sites (many of them now defunct), but Perfection City itself was a copyrighted paysite, and may be again in the future. So if you have enjoyed what I have been able to show you of it, consider your appetite whetted!

24 thoughts on “Perfection City

    • Harry says:

      I don’t know, but then it was a rhetorical question, wasn’t it? I just hope she prospered and has gotten what she wanted out of life, including health and happiness.


      • Mickey says:

        I do too. I hope that early video she did wasn’t as real as it looked, and if it wasn’t, she’s a very good actress. Very pretty too. I’d like to see her in a real film or TV show sometime. She has the talent for it if she was acting in that scene. And she definitely has the looks.


      • Harry says:

        Agreed, though it is worth remembering that her Perfection City shoot was done in 2004 (to be precise, on February 20, and published January 2005), and she was modeling from at least 2002, so by now she must be in her late 30s or early 40s. That doesn’t necessarily mean she’s lost her looks or talent, but if the peak of her traceable achievement is Perfection City and what may be (but we hope isn’t) the spanking equivalent of a snuff movie, then it’s not impossible that ultimately she didn’t have the inclination (or the breaks).

        She is one of my favorites of the Perfection City villainesses.


      • mickeyb1986 says:

        I prefer to think of some of the still shots that migrated to your site as the high point of her modeling career. Like the one where she’s lying on her stomach, propping herself up on her elbows, and looking at the camera. (You can’t tell if she’s wearing a bra or top because of her long flowing red hair, but she’s fully clothed from the waist down, and it’s a beautiful picture.) The others are nudes, but they’re tastefully done, and there are thankfully no tears, or bruises, or red marks on her lovely face or beautiful body to spoil the scenery. If she’s done with acting and modeling, I’d consider those shots the highlight of her career–but I hope she does more work of that quality (and maybe some mainstream acting). She’s a gorgeous girl in those shots (and if she’s still in her thirties or forties, she should be a beautiful young woman today).


  1. Mickey says:

    Is it just me, or does Miss Lenore seem to be in genuine distress in that video she did for “Bun Beating Fun”? Maybe she’s just a very good actress, but it looks like she’s really taking some punishment there, and she doesn’t seem to like it. Several times she says “get off me now” and really sounds like she means it, and I’d like to ask her if “now” was supposed to be a safe word, because if it was, the spanker was a real asshole, and I feel sorry for her. I hope she got proper aftercare and gets huge royalties whenever anyone watches that clip.

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    • Harry says:

      Fingers crossed that the explanation is indeed that she’s a good actress. I don’t particularly care to speculate about the personality or ethics of the spanker, but your positive feelings towards Christy Lenore do you credit.

      I will add that this is an article originally published in March 2015 (and migrated to this site the following May), and I’m pretty sure I wouldn’t have included that particular part of the content if I were writing it as a new piece now, 7+ years later.

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  2. mickeyb1986 says:

    Hello again Harry. I’ve only seen snippets from Perfection City on your website, but I get the impression that it was kind of a comic strip, with all still shots, and pretty mild stuff compared to that S&M video Ms. Lenore did (willingly or unwillingly). And I was very happy to see what appeared to be some more recent work of hers, because it bothered me that at one point in that video she said that she was gonna call the cops, and I couldn’t find her doing anything anywhere else until I found your web site (and I at first thought that Perfection City was your comic strip, and you and Ms. Lenore Vikki the Virus). Please tell me one thing. I was right about Vikki the Virus making her appearance after Bun Beating Fun, wasn’t I? I’ve found some more still shots of Ms. Lenore (fully clothed, and looking very nice), but she’s just a kid. Maybe even younger than she was in that video. I sure hope she posed for those Perfection City pics after she did that video. Do you know for a fact that she did? (And how did you get that extra picture you sent me?)


    • Harry says:

      The first thing to say is that I have no connection whatever with the makers of Perfection City, nor indeed with the makers of Bun Beating Fun. I don’t understand what you mean by ‘you and Ms Lenore Vikki the Virus’ (some words seem not to have made it from brain to keyboard); but if you mean that you thought the Perfection City photos showed me spanking Christy Lenore… well, let’s just say that was not the case!

      I’m afraid I can’t answer your questions. I know the Perfection City material (for two separate episodes) was shot in February 2004 and the episodes were published in January 2005 and July 2006 respectively. I became quite interested in the series (because it was spanking-orientated but with mainstream authenticity rather than porn), so I looked round for more information about the different models and examples of their other work. After all this time I really can’t remember where I found particular images. I seem to have saved most of my pictures of Christy Lenore in November 2005, but the material from Bun Beating Fun in December 2006. That does not indicate when she made the video, only when I saw it. I don’t find porn all that interesting, so I was never going to inquire into the backstage details of it, and I’m fairly sure I have never seen the whole video.

      If I read correctly between the lines, you’re imagining that something sinister might have happened to Christy Lenore after (or because?) she made the video, so you are hoping that the Perfection City photos are later because that would prove she survived (almost) unscathed.

      Whatever the exact chronological relationship of the material, I too hope that nothing untoward befell her, but the only thing I can say that might be reassuring is this. I believe Bun Beating Fun has been around since the late 1990s. It is not difficult to find on the web, if you’re looking for that kind of thing, and it promotes itself through a Twitter account, among other methods. If the acts of abuse it represents were genuine rather than simulated, I would expect it to be somewhat more furtive than it is. If the models were not properly paid for what they did, or underwent it involuntarily, you might think that, in all that time, somebody would have complained to the authorities. And if (horrible idea) a model was made to disappear in order to prevent her making such a complaint, would the video then be openly published online, with her regular modeling surname attached, when it could easily become evidence of the wrongdoing? The people responsible for the website would have to be extraordinarily brazen or extremely stupid.

      That is all only supposition, and tinged with a disinclination to kink-shame anyone whose tastes are different from, and stronger than, my own. I’m sorry that I can’t allay any worries by producing definitive evidence of Christy Lenore’s subsequent work – which, like you, I’d enjoy seeing.


      • mickeyb1986 says:

        I’m sorry Harry. I never meant to imply that you had any connection to the Bun Beating Fun site, but I did think you were the creator of Perfection City, and all the characters (with the help of the models who provided the still shots), and that why when you said Vikki the Virus was played by Ms Lenore, and some of your readers might remember her from that video, I took it as a chronological indicator that Vikki the Virus came after the Bun Beating video. I still wish I knew it did, but you’re right. It would be pretty stupid of them to leave that video out there if they got rid of Ms Lenore for threatening to go to the police. I’m glad you pointed that out. But I don’t think that proves that Ms Lenore was an entirely willing participant for the duration of that entire video. I think the fact that she hasn’t made any encore performances in that genre since then (unless you count the comic strip, and I don’t) would indicate that she found something distasteful about the experience. You said we can only cross our fingers and hope that it was all acting, remember? And said that if it wasn’t acting, it was the spanking equivalent of a snuff film. I still don’t like the sound of that, but I think I know what you meant, and I don’t think you meant anyone was killed. Thank God for that. But it would still be a shame if a career was killed. I mean if a young girl was really hurt and humiliated in that video, and gave up on a career in modeling (and/or acting) because of it. That would be a crime. And it would probably have been a hard crime to prove back than, before “me too”. Anyway, I’m sorry for any misunderstanding.


      • Harry says:

        Thanks, Mickey. What you say is wholly decent and honorable. Even so, I think that there’s a problem with it.

        You are attracted to the model and so feel positively about her. If my own experience is anything to go by, this extends into also feeling protective of her in circumstances where she seems to be in pain or distress. That’s part of my enjoyment of watching nonconensual spanking scenes: I like a scene less if I dislike the actress or model playing the girl who is spanked. I stress too that what interests me is spanking scenes rather than contemporary actuality: I want to have a sense that I’m watching fiction and performance, rather than real abuse (or indeed invading other people’s privacy). Maybe some or all of that chimes with you too.

        The Bun Beating Fun site is not to your taste. Fair enough – mine neither. It’s obviously designed for people who are a lot more interested in the actual infliction of pain: clearly the models are really spanked, very hard, and are expected to react authentically. Hopefully that’s also what they are directed to do, and I expect what helps the performers achieve it is the genuineness of the spanking. That’s not especially unusual: there are plenty of cases of actresses in mainstream scenes who asked in advance to be spanked for real, and declined offers of padding, because they wanted their performances to be enhanced by their own actual reaction to what was being undergone by the character they were playing. (Three examples: Louisa Horton in the 1949 Margaret Webster production of The Taming of the Shrew, Marika Rökk in the 1960 film version of Hochzeitsnacht im Paradies and Olivia Hallinan in the 2006 television series Sugar Rush.) So the real issue is whether the makers of the Bun Beating videos agreed with the performers beforehand what the job would entail, and whether they laid down and followed ground rules (such as safewords). As I said before, they would be stupid not to, and would likely have gotten a bad rep among the modeling community. A website like this doesn’t survive for nearly a quarter of a century just because there are subscribers with specialist tastes who are willing to pay for what it has to offer; there also has to be an ongoing stream of models who are willing to work for them.

        The fact is that we don’t actually know how the video was made, what protocols were agreed with the model or how she felt about making it. All we can see is the video itself, if we choose to watch it. You’re construing a worst-case scenario, which I think is fueled by a combination of your positivity towards the model and your distaste for the site. It might be true, though I very much hope it isn’t, and it’s not the only possibility, nor, in view of what I just said, do I think it the likeliest.

        We also don’t know why Christina Lenore stopped modeling and went off the radar. The problem is that, as it were, nature abhors a vacuum, and you’re filling up that blank space of the unknown with a supposition that one particular job frightened or creeped her out so much that she abandoned her whole career. But there might be many other reasons: she could have gotten married, or died young, or found something else to do with her life that she found more satisfying. It’s really challenging to accept that there are many things we just don’t know, and probably never will; but still we should be careful not to do anyone, including her, the injustice of jumping to conclusions without sufficient evidence to support them, even when, like you, we do so for the noblest of reasons.


      • mickeyb1986 says:

        A lot of what you said here chimes with me, Harry. And I hope Ms Lenore didn’t go off the radar because she died young. I’d hate that to be true, and I’m sure you would too. If she ever comments on any of your content, or if you ever come across any recent footprint, please let me know. And if I find anything, I’ll let you know. Maybe she’ll drop in here and tell both of us to stop talking about her, or tell us how much she likes your website, or ask you to remove her images from your content. Or maybe she’ll tell us she stopped modeling because she’s got a PHD now (or is married to one). But if you ever hear anything please let me know. And if I ever hear anything I’ll let you know. Btw, if Ms Lenore is 40 years old now, she’s still a kid to me. The 1986 in my username is for a year the New York Mets won The World Series (and I would have been nine years old when they first won the World Series in 1969).


      • mickeyb1986 says:

        I wouldn’t want to stalk the lady. I’d just like to know she didn’t drop off the radar because she died young, and nothing happened to her. I thought you made a point about the unlikelihood of Bun Beating Fun being in business, and having a steady stream of models, and still having Ms Lenore’s video online if they made her disappear. But it looks like they aren’t in business, and they aren’t the ones putting that video out there. I found this site review today. “Site Review: Bun Beating Fun was part of the Bun Beating Fun Affiliate Program but is no longer available to promote. Look in the left column for similar site that may match your needs or click the above link to check what other sites this affiliate program may have that will fit your traffic.” Not sure exactly what that means, but did they go out of business? And when? I’m a harmless old man who means Ms Lenore no harm, and I have nothing to hide from the police. In fact, I’d be happy if Ms Lenore filed a complaint against me, or got some kind of court order, because then I’d know nothing happened to her. And I’d be happy just to know that. And to cease any desist from any part time amateur detective work. I did some of that kind of work once, was never very good at it, and never liked it (though it might have been easier if there were cell phones, and internet, and EZ pass back then. And I would like to have used the expense account they gave me at some expensive restaurant if I had had the opportunity). I have no intention of stalking anyone, Harry.


      • Harry says:

        I know that, Mickey. That’s why I used the word ‘misconstrued’.

        But think through what you are saying here from a slightly different angle. You would be glad to have evidence of her current well-being, even if it came in the form of a restraining order? Which means that you wouldn’t mind putting her to the concomitant trouble and expense that this would entail? And a restraining order only comes about because someone finds a situation distressing enough for it to be worth obtaining one – so your comments might also be taken to imply that her distress is less important than the reassurance you would receive as a result of it.

        I think you will be horrified that such a construction could be put on your remarks, and of course I understand perfectly well that your intentions are good, that you like her and that you were disturbed to see her suffering in the video and mean her no harm now.

        But in the end, any performer has both a public and a private existence, and the side to which we have legitimate access is the public one. In other words, we can talk about her work, but we must also respect her privacy. In the spirit of that, I’m declaring the subject of what happened to Christy Lenore to be closed. I remain happy to publish admiring comments about her modeling, her acting and her beauty.


      • Harry says:

        … But I will add one final thing to try and reassure you still further. Bun Beating Fun was still in business in 2015, when the article was published, because the proprietor wrote me asking, very politely, if I would add a link. Even back then I was uncomfortable linking to porn sites, so I declined, also politely, which was accepted with good grace. That’s the only contact I ever had with them.

        Looking into it further, I now see that the site’s Twitter account was opened in 2012 and was last used in 2016, which was at least ten years after the Lenore video. I have no idea why the site became defunct, but I still believe the videos wouldn’t be in open circulation if they were evidence of a crime having been committed.

        I have no wish to do any further research into the history of spanking porn, so please, nobody ask!

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  3. mickeyb1986 says:

    I believe that when she was 24 years old, Miss Christina Lenore was an aspiring fashion model, and a struggling college student in need of money. I gather that from her portfolio which says she’s willing to travel to modeling jobs if her expenses are paid. It looks like she had already done some work she could be proud of, and was on her way to a career in modeling when she lost her interest in it. I’m glad she only made one video of the kind I saw, I would apologize for watching it as long as I did if I could speak to her, and I hope she lost interest in modeling because she got an advanced degree, and went on to a successful career in some other field. Or maybe got married to an attractive young man, and is raising a fine family somewhere. But I do think she could have had a successful career in fashion modeling (and/or acting), and I hope that video didn’t get in her way somehow.


    • Harry says:

      Thumbs up to all of that. If anyone else is interested, I think the profile Mickey is talking about is the one here. It doesn’t appear to have been updated since 2003 (except for her age, which I dare say happens automatically).


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