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From sex workers to queer rockers, these are the best adult comics

From Smut Peddler to Fakku, we've got you covered.

May 24, 2020, 9:58 pm

Internet Culture

Ana Valens 

Ana Valens

Adult comics are the erotica of the porn comics world: They’re as well-written as they are naughty, although when push comes to shove, they’re more likely to embrace story over sex. The internet is the perfect melting pot for all sorts of adult comics, thanks to the emergence of online erotic comics, queer adult publishers, and Patreon subscriptions for smut artists. Erotic comic series be seen everywhere from Slipshine to Fakku, although there are also plenty of free (and physical) 18+ comics you can pick up as well.

Which ones are the best? Read on for the Daily Dot’s top suggestions for erotic comic series.

1) Best free porn comic: The Invitation

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InCase’s The Invitation is a devilish comic series that’s as kinky as it is clever. This two-part comic follows William Loving III, a paranormal scientist who discovers a mysterious “Artefact” that slowly turns him into a submissive, feminine demon for an otherworldly master. The Invitation starts with William’s erotic transformation and soon follows his fiancé Annie Marie Bowyer, as the two discover more about their strange, surreal mistress.

2) Best adult comic for hentai fans: Can An Otaku Like Me Really Be An Idol

For boys’ love and yaoi fans, Wacoco Waco’s Can An Outaku Like Me Really Be An Idol scratches that pervy comic itch. This series follows Takumi Suzuki, an otaku student who secretly crossdresses as a popular Japanese idol named Rumepi. As it turns out, Suzuki’s secret crush Misaki Hayakawa is also into the idol world, and so begins their entanglement in this popular adult manga series. While Can An Otaku Like Me Really Be An Idol leans more toward ecchi than hentai (i.e., suggestive instead of explicit), the story bridges its plot with plenty of lewd scenes worth pouring over. Grab a digital or physical copy on Fakku.

3) Best adult comics anthology: Smut Peddler

Iron Circus Comics’ Smut Peddler series is an iconic work of queer-inclusive adult comics, and it’s hard to pick just one stand-out anthology. The series began in the early 2010s as a spiritual successor to the original Smut Peddler micro-comic series from the decade prior. These days, Smut Peddler painstakingly showcases queer and female comic creators across genders, races, and sexualities. Trans characters are common, and themed anthologies focus on topics from robot sexual encounters to monstrous boyfriends. To get started with the latest Smut Peddler anthology, check out Smut Peddler Presents: Silver, which launches in June.

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4) queer erotic comics fans: Crossplay

Niki Smith’s Crossplay is the queer erotic comic that will hit close to home for any geeky cosplayer or convention-goer. This erotica graphic novel follows a queer friend group attending a geek convention that quickly turns from fandom fun and toward “sexual discovery, confessed crushes, and gender exploration.” Featuring a diverse cast of characters and plenty of exciting hookups, Crossplay is as true-to-life as it is sexy. Visit publisher Iron Circus Comics’ website to pick up a digital or softcover copy.

5) Best ongoing adult comic series: SFSX

Dystopian fiction has a new contender in Tina Horn’s SFSX. Illustrated by Michael Dowling, Jen Hickman, and Alejandra Gutiérrez, Image’s series kicked off last September and remains an eerily accurate (if not prophetic) look into a fascist American state run by a conservative, feminist-Christian, totalitarian government. The new state is highly antagonistic to sex workers, kinksters, and queer folks, but it soon finds a formidable challenge in a group of sex workers hellbent on challenging the far-right regime. Catch up on the series via Image Comics’ website or pre-order the first official SFSX comic book volume coming this July.

6) Best overall adult webcomic: The Rock Cocks

Part romantic comedy, part rock band saga, and part erotic comic, The Rock Cocks is one of the best adult webcomics available online. And it doesn’t hurt that it’s free. The series follows Suria and Steg, a punk couple that performs together as The Rock Cocks. The comic kicks off with their decision to abandon their 9-to-5 jobs and become full-time rock stars, working toward fame, recognition, and musical glory. Expect plenty of lewd encounters along the way.

The Rock Cocks is free to read on Slipshine from the beginning to the most recent comic, with over a dozen chapters (or “tracks”) already available. Consider funding the comic’s creation on Patreon for early access to new pages.

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*First Published: May 24, 2020, 9:58 pm