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There’s not too much sexy yet, but my boyfriend did accidentally stumble upon one sexy scene. They plan to publish in 2012, submissions are due June 2011.
Gordon Mc Alpin, the creator, navigated the process gracefully by offering some very nice incentives in order to get people to donate.
I like the idea, but now that I think about it, most of the webcomics I’ve mentioned are created (or co-created) by women.
I guess the ladies of webcomics are kinkier than the guys?
They’ve got a variety of stuff for all kinds of over 18 readers by many well-known artists (even one I’ve already mentioned already!
) Filthy Figments is another pay-site that’s recently graced the webcomics scene with erotic comics created by women.
Honorable Mention: Danielle Corsetto’s Girls With Slingshots used to be a lot more about sex jokes and exploring relationship quirks, but nowadays, it’s mostly the latter. Now we’ve been together 10 months and I never tire of telling people about how we met through webcomics.
Not that it isn’t a good webcomic, but it’s not very naughty anymore. If so, have I left any of your favorite steamy webcomic offerings out? 6 Comments Filed under opinion, webcomics Tagged as Chester 500 XYV, Curvy, Filthy Figments, Girls With Slingshots, I Was Kidnapped by Lesbian Pirates From Outer Space, Menage a 3, NSFW, Oglaf, Slipshine, Smut Peddler, Starfighter, webcomics Webcomics are a wonderful thing. (I would swear that I’m not just trying to plug his work here, but I AM his biggest fan.) Comics in general have been bringing people together for a very long time, when you think about it.
It’s a fun lesbian space drama with an interesting art style.
This isn’t Megan’s first lesbian-oriented webcomic, so you should definitely check out her other work.
The ones I forgot: Sexy Losers: One of the oldest naughty webcomics out there. I’m sure many many people agree with me, but I have my own personal story to share first. Political cartoons have given the people a wide-spread way to voice their opinions on political and social issues.
Back in the early days of yellow journalism, were such reader favorites that people still only read the paper for the funnies section.
I personally haven’t come across any webcomics made for gay men that I can remember, but for the fujoshi set, I’d like to recommend Starfighter.