Classic Sexy Comics

Nicky Whelan recreates some of the classic sexy scenes from 9 1/2 WEEKS!

Nicky Whelan - Jonathan Meiners Photoshoot 2017
9 jpg | up to 1800*2700 | 3.96 MB
Australian actress and model

Why Comics?: From Underground to Everywhere  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by ksveta6 at Dec. 13, 2017
Why Comics?: From Underground to Everywhere

Why Comics?: From Underground to Everywhere by Hillary Chute
2017 | ISBN: 0062476807 | English | 464 pages | EPUB/AZW3 | 21 MB/12 MB

Tank Girl Classic #1-14 (2012) Complete  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at April 4, 2013
Tank Girl Classic #1-14 (2012) Complete

Tank Girl Classic #1-14 (2012) Complete
English | CBR | 14 Issues | HD | 643.44 MB

The original Tank Girl comics, in stunning black and white as they were meant to be seen! Ripped from the pages of classic cult comics mag Deadline and tarted up to their original glory, don't miss these anarchic tales in all their world-striding majesty!

Walt Disney's Comics & Stories #715 (Ongoing)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Jan. 27, 2011
Walt Disney's Comics & Stories #715 (Ongoing)

Walt Disney's Comics & Stories #715 (Ongoing)
CBR | BOOM! | Released Jan 26 2011 | 44 Pages (c2c) | 40.04 MB

Classics are back at BOOM! Celebrating 70 years of Walt Disney’s Comics, this oversized anniversary issue proudly presents some of the greatest Disney stories ever told! Join Donald, Mickey and the gang for the unforgettable adventure “70th Heaven!” by Daan Jippes in its American publishing debut. Check out the previously untitled Li’l Bad Wolf/Donald Duck tale by Gill Turner in its first appearance since 1950! See Ruud Straatman & Don Rosa’s Daisy Duck story “Forget Me Not” from 1989 and the 1969 Carl Barks written “Life Saver” story, redrawn by Jippes in the Barks style and staring those Junior Woodchucks – published for the first time in the U.S.! Featuring covers by beloved classic Disney comics artists William Van Horn and Daan Jippes! --

Sheena: Queen of the Jungle Comics Collection  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Aug. 25, 2009
Sheena: Queen of the Jungle Comics Collection

Sheena: Queen of the Jungle Comics Collection
Eng | RS & Hotfile | 11 CBR | Paragon Publications/Devil's Due Publishing | 1999 - Dec 2008 | 154 MB Total

is a fictional, American comic book jungle girl heroine, published originally by Fiction House. She was created by Will Eisner (of the Eisner Awards fame) and S.M. "Jerry" Iger of the comic-book packager Eisner & Iger, one of a handful of studio that produced comics on demand for publishers and syndicates at the time. Sheena possesses the ability to communicate with wild animals after having grown up with them since being orphaned in the jungle. She is quite proficient in fighting with knives, spears, and bows, and a variety of other makeshift weapons. She is the first female comic-book character with her own title, with her Spring 1942 premiere beating (Summer 1942) by three months. A distaff Tarzan, Sheena inspired a wealth of similar comic-book jungle queens. In 2007 Devil's Due Publishing (DDP) acquired the comic book rights to Sheena and began their run of the title. This post includes all the Sheena comics from DDP, plus an added bonus: the comic book anthology , published in 1999 by Paragon Publications featuring a compilation of some of the original Sheena stories issued during the 1940's and edited by Bill Black. The foreword alone by Bill Black and Bill Feret contains a wealth of information. Add to that the reprints of the original black-and-white Sheena stories and what you have is comics history.

Wednesday Comics #5 (Of 12)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Aug. 18, 2009
Wednesday Comics #5 (Of 12)

Wednesday Comics #5 (Of 12)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBR | DC Comics | Issue #5 Released Aug 5, 2009 | 19 Pages | 38.6 MB
+ Wednesday Comics Issues #1-4

At a time when many newspapers are cutting back on their comics sections, DC Comics is looking to remind readers of the fun and excitement a full Sunday-sized comics section can offer. Except they’re going to do it on Wednesdays. This then is the rationale behind DC's , a new 12-part weekly series launched this summer, presented in a 14” x 20” broadsheet format and that will have to be unfolded and opened to be read. The "Wednesday" part of the title refers to the fact new comic books go on sale at comic book stores nationwide every Wednesday. The concept is to try to recapture the spirit, format, and sense of enjoyment that people had from reading the Sunday comics that arrive in newspapers every week. Each issue is 16 pages and each story takes up one full page when folded out. For each issue there will be 15 weekly strips that will be presented in newspaper format, which will feature some of DC Comics' primary characters, as well as some of the premiere creators in the business.

Wednesday Comics #4 (Of 12)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Aug. 16, 2009
Wednesday Comics #4 (Of 12)

Wednesday Comics #4 (Of 12)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBR | DC Comics | Issue #4 Released Jul 29, 2009 | 19 Pages | 41.8 MB
+Wednesday Comics Issues #1-3

At a time when many newspapers are cutting back on their comics sections, DC Comics is looking to remind readers of the fun and excitement a full Sunday-sized comics section can offer. Except they’re going to do it on Wednesdays. This then is the rationale behind DC's Wednesday Comics, a new 12-part weekly series launched this summer, presented in a 14” x 20” broadsheet format and that will have to be unfolded and opened to be read. The "Wednesday" part of the title refers to the fact new comic books go on sale at comic book stores nationwide every Wednesday. The concept is to try to recapture the spirit, format, and sense of enjoyment that people had from reading the Sunday comics that arrive in newspapers every week. Each issue is 16 pages and each story takes up one full page when folded out. For each issue there will be 15 weekly strips that will be presented in newspaper format, which will feature some of DC Comics' primary characters, as well as some of the premiere creators in the business.

Ultimate Comics Avengers #1  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Aug. 13, 2009
Ultimate Comics Avengers #1

Ultimate Comics Avengers #1
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBR | Marvel Comics | Aug 12, 2009 | 25 Pages | 10.1 MB

It's the Ultimate Avengers rebooted as Ultimate Comics Avengers, and with their very first issue. Lots of potential and great promise.

Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #1  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Aug. 13, 2009
Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #1

Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #1
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBR | Marvel Comics | August 12, 2009 | 23 Pages | 18.5 MB

As mentioned in my (posted in Avaxhome by yours truly), after the multi-issue Ultimatum crossover event, Marvel Comics' entire Ultimate imprint will be relaunched under the "Ultimate Comics" brand. is this brand's very first title to be released and this is its very first issue (next is Ultimate Comics Avengers #1, to be posted hereafter). And with no less than Eisner Award-winner Brian Michael Bendis and a new artist on board. Here's to hoping this new ongoing series will turn out OK...

Wednesday Comics #1-3 (Of 12)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at July 27, 2009
Wednesday Comics #1-3 (Of 12)

Wednesday Comics #1 (Of 12)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | 3 CBR | DC Comics | Issue #3 Released July 22, 2009 | ~3 x 19 Pages | 118.5 MB Total

At a time when many newspapers are cutting back on their comics sections, DC Comics is looking to remind readers of the fun and excitement a full Sunday-sized comics section can offer. Except they’re going to do it on Wednesdays. This marks the debut of DC's , a new 12-part weekly series launching this summer that will be presented in a and will have to be unfolded and opened to be read. The "Wednesday" part of the title refers to the fact new comic books go on sale at comic book stores nationwide every Wednesday. The concept is to try to recapture the spirit, format, and sense of enjoyment that people had from reading the Sunday comics that arrive in newspapers every week; and the plan is for 16 weekly strips that will be presented in newspaper format, which will feature some of DC Comics' primary characters, as well as some of the premiere creators in the business.