Author: Patrick Fillion
Publisher: Class Comics
Cover Artist: Silverjow
Rating: 4.5 of 5 Stars
Publication Date: 12/01/2016
Length: Comic/Graphic Novel
Genre: Action/Adventure, BDSM, Erotica, Menage/Poly, Paranormal
The breaking of DEIMOS has begun! In this issue featuring three jizz-soaked tales of debauchery, the Taro Demon is about to embark on one of his most vital missions yet, and failure is not an option. To this effect, BILLY ZAMBU, Deimos’ “best friend” and closest ally, enlists the aid of the mysterious MATHIAS to “train” Deimos in preparation for his quest.
The issue opens with “How to Train your Demon” (written by Patrick Fillion and illustrated by Alexander) in which Deimos learns just how far Billy will go to ensure his success. Deimos is rendered powerless, stripped and “trained” so that he can convincingly pose as a slave for a man who holds hundreds of human lives in his twisted hands.
Written and illustrated by Patrick Fillion, “Uninvited” finds Deimos resting from his training as a slave. Charged with house-sitting for Billy, Deimos is surprised by a demon named EFFIGY, who somehow manages to infiltrate Billy’s allegedly impenetrable fortress. Suddenly ZAHN is conjured up to occupy the Taro Demon who is more than happy to take up with his long lost lover.
In “Mantoy”, the final chapter (written by Patrick Fillion and illustrated by Martin Chan), the day finally comes for Deimos to pose as SIMO, a male demon sex slave, stripped of his power and presented to a man named Crandle by Mathias as a buy in to a secret Sacrifice Trade Ring. How far will Deimos go to get at the information he seeks? Farther than he’s comfortable with, of that you can be sure.
This Digital Edition of DEIMOS: TALES OF THE TARO DEMON #2 also features a 17-page Deimos Art Gallery.
This issue also serves as a prequel to the DEIMOS #0 story “The Ring Leader”. It’s DEIMOS like you’ve never seen him before: On his hands and knees, ass in the air and begging to be filled by the biggest dong you can find. OKAY. Maybe we’ve seen him like this before, but this entire issue is devoted to making Deimos realize that cock in his can is truly his favorite pastime.
This incredible second issue of DEIMOS: TALES OF THE TARO DEMON features mouthwatering art by some of the brightest talents in the world of Gay Adult Comics, and boasts a truly MAGNIFICENT cover illustration by none other than the legendary SILVERJOW.
The second issue of Tales of a Taro Demon is another enjoyable read from Class Comics with some great, drool-worthy art.
I love Deimos. He’s definitely my favorite big-dicked demon. (Not that I know of any other well hung demons.)
There are three separate stories all connected to a mission Deimos has to complete to save hundreds of people. In the first tale Deimos has to learn how to be compliant and is subjected to multiple sexual tests including a rod in his penis and a rectum spreader. He’s also fisted and spit-roasted. It was a change to see the normally dominant Deimos in a more submissive situation.
The second story, Uninvited, was my favorite of the trio. Patrick Fillion illustrated this one and he’s by far one of my favorite artists. I liked the plot best because, thanks to a demon with mind-altering abilities, it reunites Deimos with another one of my favorite Fillion creations, Zahn. The sex between the long lost lovers was hot and romantic in it’s own way. Fillion has a deft handling of not just how his characters look but also how they act and fuck.
The third tale has Deimos pretending to be captive so they can get information from a bad guy. Here Deimos is manhandled and pushed around but once he is able to he takes his vengeance.
Great fun once more.
Deimos: Tales of a Taro Demon #2 is only available at the Class Comics website.
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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