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Published on August 5th, 2019 | by Chris O'Connor

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Super Fun Sexy Times Comic Review

Super Fun Sexy Times Comic Review Chris O'Connor
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Summary: Take a peak at the intimate lives of superheroes? Sure!

4.5

Sexy Supers


If you’re like me you have a smutty mind that sometimes wonders what characters might get up to when they aren’t on our screens or pages. Meredith McLaren gives us a bit of a fly on the wall for one aspect of the lives of superheroes with Super Fun Sexy Times… but I should be fair and say she does a much sweeter version of the smut that occurs in my mind… whilst still making it very erotic!

Writing

It’s one thing to come up with “naughty” scenarios for heroes to find themselves in (just look up fan fictions… or don’t… depending on how open your mind is to what you might find ;) ) it’s another to do so with a sense of sweetness and innocence at the same time. Meredith has a great ability to imbue her characters with a vulnerability that makes them quite endearing and sweet… and dare I say “human”. The intimate nature of the stories isn’t just an excuse to show some “afternoon delight” scenarios, it’s also a chance to show the depth that can exist in these situations and whilst these characters are “supers” they have very relatable concerns and reactions.

Artwork

It’s an interesting talent to be able to make images both cute and sexy but Meredith has it down pat. Characters are depicted with great vulnerability and in some cases their emotions span quite a range as they go from aggressive to passionate or scared. There’s certainly “smut” here… and it is quite… thrilling, but it’s also quite innocent… it’s not sex for the sake of sex… it is built up to and it forms part of the relationships of the characters, both established and casual. It almost doesn’t feel as “naughty” looking at the sex because of the cartoony nature of the images.

Final Thoughts

Full credit to Meredith for creating a comic that delves into the sex lives of characters that are super but are also relatable. Covering mixed sexualities and circumstances there are enough different scenes in this collection that if you don’t like one you can just move on to the next and see if it’s more your thing… or you might find that you are introduced to things you hadn’t thought of that maybe you like, all in a non confrontational form.

Publisher: Limerence Press
Writer: Meredith McLaren
Artist: Meredith McLaren
Cover Artist: Meredith McLaren
Genre: Romance, Erotica, Superheroes
Format: 122pgs, FC, TPB
Release Date: 20th August, 2018


About the Author

chrisoconnor@impulsegamer.com'

Father of four, husband of one and all round oddity. Gaming at home since about 1982 with a Sinclair ZX Spectrum. Moving on to the more traditional PC genre in the years that followed with the classic Jump Joe and Alley Cat. CGA, EGA, VGA and beyond PC's have been central to my gaming but I've also enjoyed consoles and hand helds along the way (who remembers the Atari Lynx?). Would have been actor/film maker, jack of many trades master of none.



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