Most people talk about William Blake in terms of boring stuff like metaphysics and his idiosyncratic religious views and the relationship between text and image and blah blah blah. But we know what he's really all about: romance! He is a "Romantic Poet" after all, isn't he? Finding sexiness in his work isn't as easy as it should be with such a moniker, but how about that "bed of crimson joy" in "The Sick Rose"? That sounds pretty hot to me.
In his makeover, note Blake's casual yet erotic pose and faraway stare that seem to be saying, "Sure I'm Innocent, but I'm also Experienced." I'd let him show me his "dark secret love" anytime!
(If I was Heaven and he was Hell...)