Webcomics Are Sexy
So what is it that webcomic creators find sexy? Sexy webcomics are all the rage, what with Lauren Davis expounding on pornographic webcomics at her site (link NSFW) and adult collectives becoming news over at Robot 6 (link perhaps SFW).
Let’s face it… sex sells. So what makes a webcomic sexy? In its continued quest for tasteful excellence, the Webcomic Overlook takes a look at a few of the most important assets that make titillation fun for people of all ages. What elements deliver the wow-wow-wee? The answers may surprise you.
Be warned, while the following is not exactly NSFW, you probably don’t want to get caught at work staring at them anyway.
1.) Big Boobs
I mean, duh. This probably tops any list. Heck, if the unavoidable and badly drawn ads for Wireheads are to be believed, they not only have to be big, they have to also be square. Unfortunately, the boobs present in the comic aren’t quite so square, a classic example of bait-and-switch advertising.
2.) Gargantuan Boobs
A lot of webcomics, including the one above, claim to depict the biggest hooters in webcomic history, but they are all wrong. That honor most likely belongs to Oopsie Doodle, which features boobs that can best be described as Godzilla-scale. Or the Six Flags Over Magic Mountain of Breasts. Our heroine, Beryl Thunderstrom, wants us to feel sorry for her on account of her boobs, but I’m having a hard time mustering any sympathy for what are clearly two watermelons stuffed down the front of her shirt.
Members of Team Jacob know that werewolves are total hotties. But where the cheesecake for the guys? Amirite, bros? Fortunately, Peter Is The Wolf delivers on werewolves that not only have enormous sweater puppies but are also mostly naked all the time. The main page leads off to both “Family Safe” and “Adults Only” options, as if humanoid wolves drooling over cloth-covered naughty bits is suddenly the next Dora the Explorer.
And now we get to Ellen, My Absolute Hot Sister, and…
What the crap.