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Finally, a good reason for you come in the comicbook store -- to buy SEX! Simon Cooke has retired from his own "alternative lifestyle" and returned to the city he'd previously sworn to protect. Now he's just another average citizen -- or is he? The term "adult" has never been so appropriate as it is when it applies to SEX.

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Sex? Not so much. 0

Surprisingly there isn’t much sex in Sex #1. I say surprisingly because this book wasn’t called Armored Saint and then advertised as a mature book with sex. It’s like having a book called Batman in which hero doesn’t make an appearance. If sex isn’t the driving force of the book, it’s a weird name. It appears that, perhaps, the title is just the ultimate experiment in determining if sex sells. But let’s put the title aside for now.Sex #1 – The Cook Company (Image Comics)The mention of Batman is ...

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