When Jon and Suzie have sex, time stopsliterally. What happens next? They rob banks, of course. Now they must try to stay out of trouble, tooand also lovebut mostly trouble, yet everything keeps on complicating and getting all feelings-y and stuff.
Gathering together for the first time in full glorious color on oversized pages and almost entirely in the right order comes this pulse-quickening, pants-tightening, heart-pokening third and fourth arcs of the award-winning, bestselling,
can't-believe-this-is-actually-our-jobs sex comedy SEX CRIMINALS, with bonus content (some created exclusively for this volume) and a modesty cover beneath the dust jacket to enable shame-free public consumption.
Collects SEX CRIMINALS
"Part romance, part sex comedy,
and part heist drama, [SEX CRIMINALS] manages to turn a story about two lovers who rob banks with orgasms into the most emotionally realistic and relatable sex comic ever made." Wired
"SEX CRIMINALS grapples with no shortage of subjects; grief, mental health, self-medication, consent,
rejection, and butt plugs are all handled thoughtfully. It's hilarious,
considered, and sex-positive, but if you're just into cuddling that's fine,
too." The Ringer
"Who knew that
Image Comics (...) would become the premier publisher of forward-thinking genre comics? Consider (SEX CRIMINALS) Exhibit A." Rolling
"A smart, funny, sex-positive comic book for readers of all genders and predilections."
"(T)he story transcends the sex and the jokes to take a hard, wet look at what humans do when we do sex...
An astounding read." BoingBoing
|Product dimensions:||7.50(w) x 11.10(h) x 0.60(d)|
|Age Range:||16 Years|
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Is this the end of the series? Quite good continuation. Comprising numbers 11 to 20, this volume takes Jon and Suzie on an emotional journey as they encounter others whose orgasms have unusual effects while the Sex Police attempt to control the lot of them. We find out more about many of the characters and the story moves along quite quickly with flashbacks. Quite good series, perhaps now brought to a close, with clear illustrations and a reasonably engaging plot.