Our water-is-wet obvious fact of the day: Mainstream comic books love their cheesecake. As anyone with eyes knows, hyper-sexualized images of women are practically a pillar of the superhero comics institution, which NPR calls "a genre in which the terms unexpected and unmarketable are, alas, all too often virtual synonyms." The radio netwo
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It's no secret that superheroines like Wonder Woman are often considered sex symbols, but the fetish for skimpy spandex costumes is moving off the comic rack and into the undergarments section, thanks to a new line of ladies' lingerie called "New World Order" from the company Agent Provocateur.
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Superheroes and sex are inextricably linked. Since the dawn of the superhero comic, the genre has been infused with a sexual suggestiveness that has grown and evolved over time. At first it was very "aw shucks" with its wholesome, preteen male power fantasies that played on every nerdy boy's desi
Comic books are a rich source of bizarre, absurd moments and storylines, but when you combine that rampant weirdness with the more... adult moments of our favorite superheroes, it can take creepy to a whole new level.
With that in mind,
Rich Johnston's "Bleeding Cool" site recently launched a new guest column by a woman calling herself Irene Adler -- a likely pseudonym, as the name of characters in both Marvel Comics and "Sherlock Holmes" -- who announces that she is "going to be your guide to the sexy side of fandom." Ooh la la, I smell c
Alan Moore is often called the greatest writer in comics, so when he decided to spend 16 years of his life working on an illustrated pornography titled "Lost Girls" about the sex lives of Alice in Wonderland, Wendy from "Peter Pan" and Dorothy from "The Wizard of Oz," most people stood up and paid attention.
Moore created "Lost Girls" with his long-time partner and now wife, painter Melinda Gebbie, hoping to add a work of artistic quality to the genre of pornography, which he felt was "woefully under-represented
The racy art of Superman co-creator Joe Shuster remained unrecognized for decades, until a recent book called "Secret Identity: The Fetish Art of Superman's Co-creator" brought it to light. Now Variety reports that the incredible story has been o
If you happen to enjoy sexy times in your art, you'll be especially thrilled by Lucy Knisley and Erika Moen's new poster, which is actually named "Sexy Times" and is highly NSFW. The print is a veritable landscape of porn that Knisley and Moen drew over the course of four days in a quest to dep
Much like comics themselves, erotic art is often dismissed in the mainstream as low-brow and trashy. Well, it's time to throw your taboos out the windows, because like any genre, the art of making things sexy has some pretty sublime and beautiful moments -- just check out the gorgeous and highly pornographic "Lost Girls" by "Watchmen" creator Alan Moore if you don't believe me. And