It’s the Bomb Launches Redesigned Website with New Tools

It’s the Bomb Launches Redesigned Website with New Tools

Media Contact: Denise Kraft, NaughtyPR,, 206-852-1656

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE — May 18, 2018 — Scottsdale, AZ — It’s the Bomb and famed Director, Michael Ninn have joined forces to build a redesigned website and new visual creative campaigns for the ‘It’s the Bomb’ brand. The new It’s the Bomb website, soft-launched in February and is now fully operational with new tools including a retailer portal and affiliate program.

It’s The Bomb, is the maker of Sensual Living Products including The CBD Collective by Michael Ninn, Bath And Shower Bombs, Bath Petals, Handmade Luxury and Naughty Soaps, Bath Crystals, Pet Cock Willy, Chalk Cocks, and Luxury Collection Gift Sets. It’s the Bomb now with Chief Creative Officer Michael Ninn at the helm have reimagined the brands packaging and marketing materials to reflect the high-quality of the US manufactured handmade products. All It’s the Bomb products are made with top of the line, all-natural oils, and ingredients.

“We are so thrilled to be working with Michael. He has done such an amazing job with the website and all of the new imagery, graphics, and new branding for It’s the Bomb. It’s beyond what we had hoped for, and we couldn’t be more excited about the new direction and growth of It’s the Bomb” said Suzette Hughes, It’s the Bomb CEO. now offers an easy to navigate retailer portal ( The It’s the Bomb retailer portal allows wholesale buyers to now place online orders with ease, obtain marketing materials, track shipments and explore the wide selection of products. It’s the Bomb also encourages retailers to take advantage of their Bath Bomb Display Program for brick and mortar stores. The Bath Bomb Display Program includes everything a store needs to get selling It’s the Bomb, Bath Bombs immediately. For $295 retailers get six dozen bath bombs and four glass display vessels. Retailers can set-up new wholesale accounts with approval within 24 hours.

It’s the Bomb’s new site also has a robust affiliate program paying out 15% on affiliate sales, direct to consumer ( Unlike other companies where you can earn affiliate dollars by promoting a single product, It’s the Bomb offers a unique link that earns a commission each time a customer purchases any product from the site.

Visit the official website of It’s the Bomb at Follow the company’s official social media accounts on Facebook, on Twitter @itsthebomb1, and on Instagram @itsthebomb.comm

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And The Mud Begins To Fly ….

Over at Adult FYI I read a great story about John Gray (which apparently he got from Blogspot) and well, to put it bluntly, his bull shit stories that he has been putting out over the years as well as some implications of fraud and even some building inspection violations.  Reading this does further prove that something isn’t right with this whole Michael Ninn ordeal but it makes you wonder if this bitter outrage is just going to lead to more trouble for Michael Ninn than it’s worth?  For those who aren’t keeping up this is in regards to Ninn Worx_SR, and owners or former owners Micahel Ninn and John L. Gray, which you can read up on by clicking here.

Ten Questions the Media Needs to Ask Mr. Gray

1.) In your interview with AVN, (By: Wade Garrett Posted: 07/30/2007) you stated: Among the company’s resources are: in-house a legal team; a large IT staff which maintains in-house web services and programming; a graphic arts department; and a full film studio with state-of-the-art equipment headed by Carl Wachter, the longtime Penthouse staff photographer. Mr. Ninn states he never saw an in house legal team that you claim exists. You also claimed in that same interview you had a large IT department but again Mr. Ninn says he never saw more than two people in it. So in your opinion is two people a large IT department?

2) In your interview with AVN, (By: Peter Warren Posted: 02/07/2008) you stated: “The new division is set up as a full-scale movie factory. you were quoted as saying “We have built our own film studio, a 30,000 square-foot building, that is everything that Playboy had at their studio.”

From what we could gather from people that have worked in your SR studio said the studio is closer to 1600 sq.ft and that it had little or no equipment in it. You also stated in the same interview “we have our own editors and replication and sound people, and all the rest of it.” But everyone who has been to your Norco Headquarters say there are no editors, no replication or sound people? Any comments?

3.) In your interview with AVN, By: David Sullivan Posted: 10/09/2007 you stated: “One of the things I’ve always found in porn in general was that perception is very powerful in this industry,” Gray continued. “There’s an incalculable, intangible benefit of sweeping AVN awards and not being just another film company, but being a premiere film company in this industry, and we can afford to do a $250 or $300 thousand budget movie and not make a penny on it, kind of like Bob Guccione did with Caligula, and it has a certain inalienable benefit to us in a long shelf life… but you later stated in a more recent interview you blamed Ninn for making expensive, impractical choices that led to disagreements on everything from color correction to contract girls, public relations, trailers and investing in an Internet presence. What is your real opinion?

4.)In your interview with AVN, By: David Sullivan Posted: 10/09/2007 you stated: )”The Vegas [Spearmint Rhino] club alone does a million dollars a week in gross sales, so it’s easy for us to get a return on the initial investment,” This statement would lead me to believe and others that you own Spearmint Rhino in Las Vegas but in fact you do not. Why would you make such an untrue statement?

5.) In a statement given to Xbiz by your COO Kathy Vercher she stated “We invested in Michael and we invested in Michael’s vision” I could not find any statement of Michael’s vision but I could find yours and I quote “We want to throw enough money at it to be able to do something very, very special. I will spend $25,000 on three minutes, because if it doesn’t look and feel exactly like the 300 movie, I guarantee you it will never hit the street and I will scrap it. What I’m out for is mainstream quality production in the porn arena, and I haven’t seen anybody in history ever do that. We’re gonna do the exact same thing that a DreamWorks studio would do, and we’ve got the money to be able to throw at it.” Who are we to believe here and why is there no money to finish The Four properly now?

6.) Mr. Ninn’s statement to AVN Posted: 06/16/2008 said “He had a problem with your business ethics.” but did not really elaborate. What do you think he meant by this statement?

7.) Mr.Gray, given the fact that you were sued and settled cases out of court in lawsuits brought against Spearmint Rhino by 4 US women for using their pictures on billboards and in literature about striptease without their permission. It is also common knowledge that a world famous Penthouse photographer also sued you for copyright infringement and that you settled out of court. Why would you decorate your Norco office with over 30 Michael Parkes paintings you do not have permission to use?

8.) Is it true the office and the stage you built for Ninn Worx_SR in your corporate office in Norco, never received the proper building inspections and permits and that when the Norco city building inspector arrived at the office all NWSR employees had to run from their offices and hide in the back, because the offices were being occupied illegally?

9.) You have stated in a few of your interviews that “Michael is more of an artist than a businessman and you are more businessman than artist.” including some of the very first interviews you gave to AVN and Luke Ford. So, as the businessman in this relationship how could both you and the COO of SR, Kathy Vercher, blame Michael for any of the failed business decisions when he neither signed the checks or handled the business decisions of NWSR?

10.) Do you think your convictions in the US for offences ranging, from carrying a concealed weapon to writing bad checks and the multiple other lawsuits filed against you will have any effect on your case with Michael Ninn?

Porn Star vs Porn Starlet, yes there is a difference

I was talking to a friend of mine the other day how we often don’t appreciate the fine art of being a star, a porn star. We sort of lump everyone that performs in adult movies as a porn STAR but in reality there are vast differences between a porn star and all the rest. We got into this conversation while talking about the whole Michael Ninn situation and how little respect the owner of Ninn Worx_SR, John L. Gray has for porn stars and basically treats them like dime a dozen strippers.

So really what does define a porn star over a common stripper or aspiring porn starlet?  The first thing I would say would be industry recognition so that would be judged best by award nominations.  But that alone is not enough.  A true porn STAR would be someone who’s name can carry an entire movie and by that I mean sell well.

Say what you will but in the end this business, like others is about MONEY and without it there is no porn industry so we would need no porn stars.  So a true porn star would need to be someone who can make that movie they were just in sell.  Let’s look at some examples ….

First we have the look of a common stripper.  Sure she’s cute and has the potential to be a porn star but in this picture we see her as a stripper. This really is a picture of a Devon before she was famous. It was when she was a stripper, hoping to one day be a porn star and boy what a difference the two photos show.


Now here is the photo of that same girl once she has become a porn star!  She became a porn STAR not just based on the fact that she starred in adult films or got some award nominations but because she got name recognition and a decently large fan base.  If you made a movie with Devon in it (back when this photo was taken) this shit would sell.


Next we have Sasha Hollander.  She in fact has been in several pornos including Afro Invasion 6 from Candy Shop.   But she isn’t a porn star.  We will classify her as an aspiring porn star or porn starlet.  Although she has about a year of experience in the industry her name has yet to really draw in the fans.


Next we have someone who has been in the industry quite a few years.  She has a large number of titles under her belt, and some award nominations including a few Urban Spice Award nominations.  She is a feature performer on the dance circuit but in reality she’s never really passed the fame threshold.  In fact, she didn’t even get a nod on the hot 100 who featured porn stars that I personally considered so non existent it wasn’t even funny but that sort of brings me back to my point.  Not everyone can be a STAR and in this case we have an industry veteran, who although hot still is not a porn star.


So next I give you every definition of what a star is.  Some of you may be annoyed by her and others may not find her all that attractive but say what you will, this bitch sells fucking movies that she appears in.  Her name alone makes many fans look twice at the movie simply because she is in the movie.  She is famous both in the industry and in the real world.

Oh wait, you thought I was talking about Tera Patrick didn’t you?  Well no.  Although all that I said may be true about Tera Patrick, I am actually referring to Sunny Leone.  Who besides her large fan base in the porn world also has done quite a bit of mainstream work as well including appearing in the upcoming My Bare Lady 2, a Fox reality show.


Now that I’ve said all of this I want to point out that it’s not a direct insult saying you aren’t a porn star.  It’s just that well the term means more than just some chick who appears in an adult film.  The term porn star means someone who has reached success in the adult film industry and the judge of that includes award nominations and large sales of their DVDs.  You can be the sweetest, most attractive person in the world but it doesn’t make you a STAR … a porn star.  Only the big bucks associated with the sale of your DVDs can do that.

The director formely known as Michael Ninn … WTF?

The artist director formerly known as Prince Michael Ninn has left the building renounced his association with Ninn Worx_SR, which is owned by Spearmint Rhino. Yes, yes that company who owns those tittie bars. They also do distribution for a few other movie companies including Woodman Entertainment, Supercore, Jazmin Media and Moire Candy.

Here’s how the story goes, well as far as we know … there was once an artist by the name of Michael Ninn who had a vision for artistic porno movies. He had sort of a dark, creepy side but still his shit was good, really good.

AVN had this to say about the artist formerly known as Prince Michael Ninn. Michael Ninn is renowned for his unique artistic style, as per example with the adult film, Neo Pornographia, which depicts an extreme gonzo approach within a dark atmosphere and setting.

On July 26, 2007 it was announced that Spearmint Rhino “merged” the fledgling Ninn Worx, to form Ninn Worx_SR. And we do use the word merge very loosely. They use the word merge but it seems now it was more of a buyout. It seemed from the start the Spearmint Rhino people sort of took over and it wouldn’t be long before Ninn Worx_SR became Nin Worx_SR a Spearmint Rhino company … so ya, merge my ass.

A few months wouldn’t go by before the problems started to show. Most importantly a man from the “outside” of the adult film industry started running a studio with world class “contract” girls and he didn’t show them the respect they deserved. Rumors were he treated them like dime store hookers and expected them to fall in line like the low class strippers he hired at his nightclubs.

However he would soon find out that Porn Stars are not hookers or strippers and if you treat them like that they leave. He would go on to say (as discussed in my article from April of 2008) that that stars of the movie were not as much a priority as the music and lighting. WTF IS HE SMOKING? Who the fuck cares if the lighting is right if the porn stars are not in there. What a stupid fucker this guy is. Anyway, eventually all but one of his contract stars would leave. Most of them saying that he required them to work every week in one of his strip clubs and they were porn stars, they didn’t sign a contract to be a contract STRIPPER.

Then we have the name change. It seems that the name Ninn Worx_SR wasn’t enough for him. He felt his newly acquired adult film company wasn’t doing enough to promote the Spearmint Rhino name and decided that Ninn Worx_SR must from now on be called Ninn Worx_SR a Spearmint Rhino company.

Then we come to the departure of Michael Ninn from what is left of Ninn Worx_SR a Spearmint Rhino company. In closing he the artist director formerly known as Prince Michael Ninn, now using the name IMNINN has this to say to Adult FYI about it all ….

There comes a time in most people’s life when you must make this choice; to put the better good above ones self, that wealth is not as important as well being and doing the right thing makes you a better person in spite of the out come.

I say to you today, I stand on the outside of Ninn Worx_SR along with my contract stars and my crew, knowing that I no longer have to live with the lie that the check is in the mail or that the corporate committee will get back to you, as soon as they have reviewed your invoice and have reached a decision on paying you.

I feel this is not an end at all, but just the beginning. I enter the next phase of the Ninn Worx_SR relationship with a positive attitude and a firm belief in our legal system and welcome the challenges ahead.