Warning: This post contains graphic representations of male/demon nudity
Author: Patrick Fillion
Publisher: Class Comics
Cover Artist: Patrick Fillion
Rating: 4.0 of 5 Stars
Publication Date: 03/01/2016
Length: Short Story (<15K)
Genre: Action/Adventure, Alternate Universe/Alternate World, BDSM, Erotica, Fantasy, Horror, Paranormal
This fantastic collector’s first issue contains three incredibly hot and action-packed stories featuring everyone’s favorite Taro Demon.
“Innocence”, written by Patrick Fillion and illustrated by the incredibly talented Alessio Slonimsky making his Class Comics debut, finds Deimos on the run… with a demon baby in his arms! Deimos isn’t exactly the fathering kind, but the survival of this infant is crucial to the fate of the world, and Deimos will stop at nothing to protect him. The Taro Demon is willing to lay down his life for this child. He may well have to, as his arch-nemesis BOB has resurrects one of Deimos’ most feared adversaries to hunt him and his charge down.
“Inspiration” written by Fillion and illustrated by the wonderful David Cantero is a very different Deimos story and explores the softer side of the Taro Demon. Say, did you ever wonder what became of GRINN, that cool shape-shifting, weapon-becoming demon sidekick-thing that Deimos used to have? Yeah? Deimos too! A visit to a mystical artist might be the only way Deimos can locate his missing friend and shed light on his predicament.
Lastly, the collection is rounded out with “Dead of Winter Part 2”, written and illustrated by Fillion and available in print for the very first time. After leaving Mack’s home, right after the events of DEAD OF WINTER part 1, Deimos encounters an ancient order of Monks known as the “Brotherhood of the Illuminated”. Cut off from civilization and oblivious to the world beyond the walls of their monastery, these “men of God” incapacitate Deimos with an ancient binding prayer and set out to punish him for his sins and evil deeds.
This book contains 4 extra story pages than our usual comics, making it a stunning 28 pages of Deimos action! The CLASS ACCESS DIGITAL EDITION includes a bonus sketch book art gallery with art by Alessio Slonimsky, David Cantero and Patrick Fillion, making the book a whopping 42 pages!
Deimos: Tales of the Taro Demon is another fabulously entertaining comic by Patrick Fillion and Class Comics. However, it may not be the best jumping on point for new fans, though it can be read without having read any other comics in the Deimos series.
For those not in the know, Deimos is a demon formerly in the employ of Hell but now working on Heaven’s side. He’s heavily hung, like most Class Comics characters, and his adventures always ends up with him having lots and lots of sex.
In Tales of the Taro Demon Deimos has three separate adventures.
In the first tale, Dead of Winter, encounters an ancient order of monks. They take him captive and keep him bound with ropes and magic.
These aren’t the non-sexual type of monks and three of them put Deimos through all sorts of sexual positions both possible and improbable (including triple penetrating the poor guy.) A young monk named Timothy wants to partake but is rebuked. He returns later to find Deimos hogtied with a burning candle in his ass (!!.) He frees Deimos and they engage in some robust screwing before Deimos knocks him out and escapes.
Innocence is the second story of the book and was my favorite of the trio.
In this story, Deimos is given charge of an infant that has to be passed into the hands of a safe couple. Along the way he does battle with an old enemy named Pugazzio who tries to bite of Deimos’s dick. He survives thanks to the baby who had previously annoyed him greatly.
In Inspiration Deimos poses for a painter who plumps him up so he’s erect. The painter has magical powers that Deimos is hoping will help him find a friend. The painter can’t help but a couple studs he’s drawn previously come to life and enjoy a threesome.
The art in all three is spectacular as always. This one was another great read.
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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