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10 NSFW Graphic Novels You Should Definitely Read at Home

If you’re a fan of graphic novels like we are, you’ve probably wondered which ones are the greatest for adults.

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While characters like Batman, X-Men, and the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s heroes have all contributed to the mainstreaming of comics, publishers haven’t really done enough to make the genre more approachable for newbies.

The development of graphic books was a tremendous beginning. Readers do not have to search for individual issues when a tale or story arc is collected in a volume.

These comic book may be considered NSFW, but they are still fantastic pieces of literature that you should read at home.

Someone Please Have Sex With Me

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Taking aim at mature women who still yearn for pop idols like Justin Bieber and Harry Styles while providing a detailed look at those without partners’ sex life, Gina Wynbrandt’s independent comic dominated the market in 2016.

Watching Gina, the lead character, deal with her want to explore her sexuality but the inability to find a companion is both seductive and humorous.

Sex Criminals

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One of the purest and most ideal plots on the market can be found in Sex Criminals, a film produced by Image and directed by Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky.

After orgasm, two characters—a man and a woman—discover that they both possess the capacity to freeze time. After enjoying themselves with their newly acquired superpowers, they decide to rob a bank together, and things quickly spiral out of control.

Oglaf

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Because it’s creative and gloriously, bizarrely NSFW, Oglaf is the sole webcomic on my list. This comic is an absurd ride for people eager to play with sexual imagery.

 

 

 

Saga

Saga

Yes, okay, we all know and adore Brian K. Vaughan’s and Fiona Staples’ creation, Image’s Saga. It’s a big-budget, humorous sci-fi epic on par with Star Wars and The Fifth Element, but it’s also noteworthy for how it frames sexuality in novel ways, especially inside monogamous marriages.

 

 

 

 

The Cute Girl Network

The Cute Girl Network

Greg Means, MK Reed, and Joe Flood’s masterpiece The Cute Girl Network is a gem because it devotes entire panels to the humorous in-between actions during sex: the awkward taking off of pants and the clumsy transition from bed to the floor.

 

 

 

 

Wonder Woman: Earth One

Wonder Woman: Earth One

Diana is also important to note here, even though we’ve already written extensively about the wonderful relief of reading a humorous, sexual Wonder Woman comic, in this instance one written by Grant Morrison and drawn by Yanick Paquette.

Readers of “Earth One” are given a candid glimpse at what draws Diana, the Amazon warrior princess, to the mortal Steve Trevor. Additionally, we see her conversing with her Paradise Island boyfriends, who are perplexed by her apparent obsession with men.

Starfire

Starfire

Starfire, oh my. You innocent alien sex queen, you’ve had a long and troubled history. Starfire is permitted to be more childlike in her most recent iteration, which was written by Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner and illustrated by the legendary Emanuela Lupacchino.

She looks for the best in everyone, and they depict her world in glossy neon with male characters who comically battle to contain their surging hormones.

Concrete Park

Concrete Park

Unfortunately, Tony Puryear and Erika Alexander’s Concrete Park are no longer available, but when discussing sex in comics, we must not forget about Dark Horse’s stunning, multicultural series.

The people of Scare City have intricate, dynamic bodies that come in many shapes and colors, and their sex sessions in bed are poetry and filled with sincere devotion.

Optic Nerve

Optic Nerve

Adrian Tomine, the creator of Optic Nerve, hasn’t been concentrating on it lately, but one could pick a piece of his work at random and pull out an interesting examination of sexuality.

Tomine has ever created some of the most exquisite and mesmerizing depictions of ladies and open desire.

His men are silent spectators who almost vibrate with tremendous longing. We experience that emotional effect in our bellies each time they are unable to establish a connection.

Small Favors

Small Favors

The protagonist of Colleen Coover’s comic, Annie, is a woman whose excessive masturbation causes her conscience to manifest itself as a second person to keep an eye on her. The two engage in sexual activity and eventually fall in love.

 

 

We strongly advise to read every one of these NSFW comics, even though we don’t advise to do so while at work. Naturally, if you are the appropriate age.

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