Publisher: Class Comics
Cover Artist: HvH
Rating: 3.25 of 5 Stars
Publication Date: 12/14/2015
Length: Short Story (<15K)
Genre: Action/Adventure, Alternate Universe/Alternate World, Erotica
The Adventures of Link is a collection of 23 self-contained stories that all fit together in a grand story arc that you’ll have to read to believe… because there’s nothing that doesn’t happen to Link!
It all starts when Link, former sidekick to Darkchain, does a “tell all” interview on a late night television show with host Dick Day. From there, Link flies into all sorts of naked sex-filled adventures to save the great city of Queeropolis!
Link’s adventures are out of this world! An Intergalactic Alien Orgy Invitation! Anatomically correct fifty-foot robots! Secret Origins Revealed! Sex with an Ex – Who’s not even alive! A sexual vacation through a Portal to a planet of men who need men! Buff bank robbers who rob banks in the buff! Evil clones with voracious sexual appetites! Heroically Hung Aliens! World domination and destruction! A trip to heaven! A prehistoric pervert un-iced! The huge secret that ties all these events together! A monumental battle to save the entire earth!
And of course… true love! And MORE! REALLY! Link is one busy young hero!
This 44 page collection wouldn’t be complete without a word from HvH about the series and an awesome bonus gallery with pencils, roughs, early designs and unfinished pages!
The Adventures of Link is a good collection of stories but not one of my favorite releases from Class Comics.
I think the fact that I didn’t love this comic was because of the art. HvH’s art is excellent but just not to my taste. The stories here are decent but not as strong as other Class Comics.
Link is a former sidekick turned main superhero who wears a minimalistic costume that allows for easy access when it’s sexy time. And he has lots of sex, including with a moonbeam come to life and a barbarian. There’s more exposition here than I prefer in any comic; adult or otherwise.
The Adventures of Link is a re-release of stories from Freshmen Magazine which stopped printing in 2009. I’d say Link was originally created for a different audience than me.
Enjoyable read just not one of my favorites.
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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