Comics that later became films.
Weird Science (1985) is a John Hughes film loosely based on the story “Made of the Future” from EC Comics’s Weird Comics.
Weird Science is very much a John Hughes teen film, but with magic.
Kids today may not know this, but in the 80s computers were magic boxes that could do anything. In this case a computer is used to create a hot fairy godmother for a pair of nerdy boys. The premise – a pair of 15 year-old boys with a sexy woman who is not only willing to do anything they ask, but unable to refuse any request is fairly creepy, however, the boy’s lack of self-confidence and their apparent actual respect for Lisa means that they don’t actually do anything with her removing a lot of the creepy factor.
But it’s an 80s teen-sex comedy and you can’t have one of those without some creepiness. Sure, the boys refuse to give Lisa to the bullies, but agree to make them a woman to control (in exchange for their girlfriends). And there is also a scene where a surge of magic publicly strips an random female party-goer. For comedy.