Hopefully it is tasteful
A Game of Dicks Pt. II
Garcia's constant companion and guide is the ex-demon Johnson, if you don't get the penis reference in Johnson it's OK, there are more. Johnson takes many forms, a torch to light the way, various guns, the boner, the big boner, the skullblaster. Guns as phallic symbols are obvious, their shape, a symbol of power, the explosions they make, and Hotspur's gun is named after an erection. Garcia is Mexican, and the hell he travels through starts as a Mexican town, but Johnson speaks with a British accent- his desire is both part of him and alien. Johnson is always able to meet his need and fit the situation, apparently telepathically since Garcia doesn't tell it what to do, but Johnson also has a mind of his own, and also has his own desires when in one portion he gets demon phone sex and grows much larger (the big boner) and has his own ejaculation scene, Garcia is shown holding the gun in such a way it appears as a five foot, metallic, phallus. As stated earlier, Garcia is guided through the hells by Johnson, who also lights the way. The whole story seems to be a metaphor of Garcia controlled by his desire and desire for release. He does not really know why he does what he does, where he is going, or why Paula was kidnapped, the situations move from a realistic town, to dungeon, to garden, to swamp, to (ahem) tower; the levels follow no reason and are sometimes juxtaposed in terms of opposites- they are all different metaphors for sex (taken in the above order would be pleasure/pain, utopia/natural/beautiful, beautiful/wet/treacherous, phallus). A few levels are dreamlike paper cut-outs of Hotspur and demons, during which Hotspur flies across the level, further demonstrating the (sexual) fantasy atmosphere of the worlds. He is called to these levels by a opera singing demon woman who only sings and dances, again a symbol of desire without any humanity, she has no idenity besides herappearence and has nothing to say for herself. She also leads him into greater and greater levels of danger.
This all seems to be in his head. He pretends to be chasing Paula, who appears, dies, disappears, runs, disappears again, but often exists in the background dying again as Garcia ignores her and shoots demons with his boner. His desire is focused on what is in front of it. Johnson goes from confident to afraid to sarcastic, and himself not always clear on what is happening or why they are progressing- desire only aware of itself and its need always pressing forward. Garcia is trapped in this world where he is powerful and powerless- Paula keeps dying in front of him and revealing herself as a pretty costume for demons to wear and Hotspur falls for it each time.
So what does all this mean? Read Part III.