Morita, a hopeless otaku, has a crush on popular and handsome classmate, Sakura. But he is too shy to say straight up, "I love you" so in an attempt to woo Sakura, he realizes that he has to lose his otaku-ness and become the man that Sakura desires. Perhaps it's working!? Things start to heat up. Will he be able to keep up with Sakura's desires?
DEIMOS has arrived, and this special, extremely limited ZERO issue will give you a wicked glimpse at things to come. Featuring 3 separate stories, DEIMOS #0 introduces you to the major key players, and sets the mood for this dark, gothic and sexy new series. Learn More
Patrick Fillion and Logan have teamed up again for this issue to deliver a powerhouse story with incredibly hot art. As our story begins, Deimos gets a “message” from Azagoth in the form of Rusty’s headless corpse. It’s a message he’s not too happy about.
In this prismatic and obliquely appreciative study of Antoine D'Agata’s photography, Peter Sotos arraigns the fraught vocabulary of gallery apologists — and of D'Agata himself — to locate a “"iner definition of pornography" beneath the exigent demands of desire, transgression, and art.
Some of the worst erotic writing, coupled with the editing of someone who has to have been illiterate, illustrated by the lousiest photography, and printed in the cheapest manner possible, to be sold from under the counter and hidden away or tossed out with little ceremony. Learn More
Divine Filth is a collection of long-overlooked erotic prose and scatological fragments rivaled only by Georges Bataille’s most well-known work, 'Story Of The Eye', for pure 'pornographic' content that transcends the limits of literature and the self.