Class Comics’ Rapture: super-heroes with super-cocks to match

“I’ve pulled my dick out of my costume, that queen can smell cock from miles away,” says an extraordinarily well-hung Space Cadet as he awaits his nemesis, Icecap, in part two of Class Comics’ Great Satyr Caper.

“Suck it like I’m paying you to suck it,” demands the misunderstood, devilish Deimos in The Coin, a kinky follow-up to the Caper.

The last strip, Walk in My Shoes, features protagonist Ghostboy’s psychological distress of having his finely chiseled body hijacked for evil purposes.

Comic artist Patrick Fillion’s latest trio of queerotica offerings in Rapture # 3 infuse the classic good and evil, heaven and the underworld, and gender and body snatching storylines with a heavy dose of raunch, horniness and impossibly sexy heroes.

Who needs a realistic erect cock when the lovingly illustrated flaccid ones in these fantasy worlds are already eye-poppingly larger than life?

Read and seep.

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