What is it about dubious characters that writers seem to attach them to bisexuality or pansexuality? There’s Imperial Majesty Philippa Georgiou Augustus Iaponius Centarius from Star Trek: Discovery, John Constantine, Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, Catwoman, and now… Red Thorn?

To be fair, Harley, Ivy, and Cat were most likely made bi because “guys like bi girls” or something. And in recent times, we’ve also been introduced to bi/pan heroes like Wonder Woman (still think it’s a male-gaze thing, but makes sense because Themyscira is inhabited only by women), Jon Kent (the new Superman), and Tim Drake (one of the Robins).

But, enough social commentary, let’s dive into the nudity!

I wish Pink Flamingo would be brave enough to do a MAX and include full-frontal dick & guy nudity like Red Thorn, unlike chickening out like Netflix, but here we are.

On the rain-soaked streets of Glasgow, a girl whose drawings somehow come to life has just stumbled across her one true love. And thousands of miles below those streets, an ancient demi-god plots his escape from the prison where he’s been held for nearly two thousand years. Evil forces are at play and no one is safe as the legends of Scottish mythology collide with the modern world,

Original title: Red Thorn
Creators: David Baillie, Meghan Hetrick
Writer: David Baillie
Artist: Meghan Hetrick, Steve Pugh
Colorist: Steve Oliff, Nick Filardi
Lettering and text layout: Todd Klein
Publisher: Vertigo Comics/DC Imprint (2016-2017)

WARNING: Actual comic shows gore and violence. I’ve censored the bloody bits and any instances that show children.


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