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Swashbuckling, Smutty Pirate Women in 'Dreadful Sirens'
Swashbuckling, Smutty Pirate Women in 'Dreadful Sirens'
Yesterday, Karla Pacheco and Steve LeCouilliard launched a brand new comic called Dreadful Sirens based on real female pirates Anne Bonny and Mary Read, which their website promises will be updated weekly at DreadfulSirens.com. It is pretty darn NSFW (even the website before you get to the comics is NSFW) but also pretty great. Dreadful Sirens is a webcomic in that it is on the web, but you have a few options to view it, including reading or downloading through Gumroad and their pay-what-you-like option. This way you can get great, entertaining, apparently misandrist comics for a price you can afford!
Spider-Man, Batman and More Get X-Rated In Italian Art Show
Spider-Man, Batman and More Get X-Rated In Italian Art Show
Erotic superheroes and cartoon characters can be found all over the Internet these days, thanks to "Batman XXX" and artists with an affection for Disney princesses like J. Scott Campbell. But Italian artist Giuseppe Veneziano, whose recent art show in Pietrasanta, Italy has stirred up controversy for its depiction of a baby Hitler embracing the Virgin Mary, has brought his iconoclastic a
Playboy’s Girls of ComicCon
Playboy’s Girls of ComicCon
The folks over at Playboy.com leave no stone unturned in the pursuit of hot babeage. If they're not ogling the gals at Olive Garden, they're taking a page from the Asylum playbook and checking out the chicks at ComicCon. Their comic strip tease features the hottest girls of Comic-Con International 2008 in San Diego, as well as a sexy photo shoot of Cyber Girl Melany Denyse suited up in skimpy supe
Batman and Robin — Partners, Friends, Lovers
Batman and Robin — Partners, Friends, Lovers
"The Dark Knight" is sure to be amazing and all, but there's one nagging issue surrounding the film: Where's Robin? For some reason, the Boy Wonder has been banished from director Christopher Nolan's Gotham. We suspect the filmmaker's worry is that the inclusion of young Robin might dredge up long-standing questions about the nature of the crime fighters' relationship...