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The highly anticipated True Porn, an anthology of real life sex stories told by real live cartoonists features the auto-biographical sex stories of Ivan Brunetti, Laurenn McCubbin, Jeffrey Brown, Ariel Schrag and 40 more of today's talents. True Porn is frank, honest and always entertaining. From the excitement of the first time to the despair of the last time, True Porn p...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published October 22nd 2003 by Alternative Comics
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A bunch of comic book artists and graphic novelists tell autobiographical sex stories. Depending on the person, they are funny, sad, weird, tragic, silly, erotic, gross or touching. Gay, straight and bi — all sex-positive. Loved it. Looking forward to Volume 2.
Marcus K
A compilation of comic book artists writing about sex. As you might guess, its pretty hit or miss. Some of the stories are pretty good(although its been so long since reading that I have no idea which those good ones are). Either way, its a comic book, and its smut, and its autobiographical. A fine way to waste a couple of hours.
Ian Callaghan
I found this book to be an interesting insight into the world of straight relationship sex. It mostly had to do with couples arguing and not understanding each other than it did with hot sex. There are a few good comics in the book though. Overall, it was mostly depressing for me. The title to me suggested something different.
Hot. Freakin hot. And disturbing. And hot.
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Known for his dark humor and simple, yet effective drawing style. Brunetti's best known work is his autobiographical comic series Schizo. Four issues have appeared between 1994 and 2006. Schizo #4 won the Ignatz Award for Outstanding Comic of the Year in 2006.

He has also done numerous covers of The New Yorker.
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