Gather around comic book fans, Leandro Comics has your best-loved superheroes and villains together in XXX scenes that you won't find on the pages of any graphic novel. If you've ever wondered what She-Hulk can do to a massive shlong, read on.
The artist behind the content at LeandroComics is an artist from Brazil who has a knack for the style of comic art depicting superheroes coming to the rescue of sexy maidens. He has a passion for what happens once the villains have been conquered and the honeys get down to repaying the handsome hero with hot pussy rides.
I was saddened to see that, like another cartoon site with well-known comic characters, you can't save any of the 21 galleries of sexy comic book images on the site. None of them are right-click enabled and you won't find any Zip files. This does not bode well for Leandro or anyone who paid the hefty fee to join.
One particular set that makes it worthwhile for a confessed comic nerd like myself is the lesbian sequence featuring my favorite villain, Poison Ivy and a sexy Bat chick who gets tangled in Ivy's vines. These powerful ladies push their pink tongues into each other's mouths and pussies until the strap-on comes out and Ivy gets the firm shaft of justice!
There are no videos to be found, just a choice between galleries and comics. The comics actually feature frames, voice bubbles and everything you'd expect from an adult graphic novel, whereas the galleries are sets of images that all go together to make a hot, silent, hardcore fantasy.
No bonuses come with your membership, which is a big letdown considering the cost of admission. The art is sensational and you can easily tell how talented the artist is, but the asking price is high enough that more is definitely needed.
I also noticed one or two comics on this site that you can also find on another art fantasy destination. It's a small amount of nonexclusive content, but add that to the inability to download images and the membership fee and you might find yourself looking elsewhere for X-rated comic art.
This site is a tough call. The membership is high and you don't get much for your money, plus you can't save the things you do get. On the other hand, you get what you pay for and the sheer quality of the art created for this website is certainly worth a pretty penny. Two-Face would flip a coin to choose between artistic merit and value for money - you might want to do the same.