Sex and Violence #1

    Sex and Violence » Sex and Violence #1 - Pornland, Oregon; Girl In A Storm released by Paper Films on March 2013.

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    Pornland, Oregon; Girl In A Storm last edited by The_Kidd on 01/08/20 10:46PM View full history

    SEX AND VIOLENCE volume 1 is a 64 page graphic novel about crime, lust and redemption split into two distinctively different stories sharing similar themes written by Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray and drawn by Jimmy Broxton and Juan SantaCruz. Excessive nudity and violence makes this an adults only title.


    The first story, PORNLAND, OREGON, is written by Justin Gray [All-Star Western, Retrovirus, Creator-Owned heroes] and drawn by Jimmy Broxton [The Unwritten, The Engine]. When his runaway granddaughter is murdered, Rick embarks on a bloody trail of revenge through Portland's internet porn community only to discover he may have inadvertently had a role in her death.

    The other story, GIRL IN A STORM, is written by Jimmy Palmiotti [Painkiller Jane, Queen Crab, Jonah Hex] and illustrated by Juan SantaCruz [The Resistance, Fantastic Four, The Hulk] and is a story about a NYC female police officer that becomes fascinated with a lesbian couple that has moved across the courtyard from her apartment. What started out as a curiosity out of boredom has become a full fledged obsession that starts her questioning her own life.

    Note: The descriptions of the two stories are taken from the project's Kickstarter page.

    Story Titles

    • Pornland, Oregan
    • Girl In A Storm


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    Super Sexy Excitement Galore!!! 0

    I was first introduced to Sex and Violence through it's kickstarter project which was advertised right here on CV. I found the project to be interesting, and I had never participated in a Kickstarter before, so I gave my donation and I've got some pretty cool stuff out of my part. At the time I'm writing this review I have yet to recieve my hardcover copy, but the authors Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray have released to the backers a digital copy of the comic. When I gave my donation I was a lit...

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