Author: Robert Fraser
Publisher: Class Comics
Cover Artist: Adam Graphite
Rating: 4.0 of 5 Stars
Publication Date: 09/01/2015
Length: Short Story (<15K)
Genre: Contemporary, Erotica, Fiction
Paul has an overactive imagination and an active libido and as we meet him and each one of his friends, we’re treated to some of Paul’s hottest… and horniest… fantasies involving his hunky pals. Each fantasy is raunchily penned by ROBERT FRASER and brought to life by a different artist and will leave you gasping for more, wondering just where does fantasy end… and reality start?
We’ve all had waking wet dreams about some of the straight hunks in our lives, so we can all relate to Paul who may or may not end up with a serious case of blue balls unless some of his closest buds throw him a boner… ERR… BONE!
Paul gets pretty easily aroused playing video games, helping a buddy build a mancave in his home, taking the metro from work, going to the supermarket and even doing the simplest thing like using the restroom at the office. His sexual fantasies know virtually no limits.
Written by ROBERT FRASER and illustrated by a slew of artists including JACOB MOTT, LEON DE LEON, DAVID CANTERO, PATRICK FILLION, CRAY and MARTIN CHAN with a gorgeous cover by ADAM GRAPHITE.
I’m a big fan of comic books and graphic novels, especially LGBT ones. Class Comics is one of the best producers of quality comics. Their latest release The Bromance is one more amazingly beautiful comic.
The Bromance centers around crushes gay men have on straight men. There are six short vignettes centered around Paul and his friends; Vids, The Mancave, The Commute, The Meat, The Can and The Gift.
The stories themselves have the same basic plot but the differing art styles, types of men and interesting characters make them all seem fresh and unique.
I normally prefer comics with more of a plot and not just be sex, but I still loved this book. Amazingly hot sex is had many, many times in this one but none of the scenes felt repetitive.
I recommend this one for comic fans both old and new.
I would like to thank the publisher for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.
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