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  • Omaha the Cat Dancer on Random Comic Book Series That Were Definitely Not Made For Kids

    (#5) Omaha the Cat Dancer

    Omaha the Cat Dancer is an explicit comic set in a world of anthropomorphic characters. It's also a gripping soap opera. The titular (pun intended) character is a bipedal feline dancer whose entrancing sensuality makes her a lightning rod for controversy. 

    There are highly detailed acts and people in the buff in every issue to the point that expository dialogue is sometimes wedged in to keep the story moving. Don't buy this for your kids unless you're okay with them finding out what it looks like when two animals do the deed. 

  • The Walking Dead on Random Comic Book Series That Were Definitely Not Made For Kids

    (#17) The Walking Dead

    • Robert Kirkman

    Every issue features shambling zombies and various scenes of zombie-human interactions. The outcomes are never good, no matter which side prevails simply because of the graphic nature of the content

    There are numerous not-kid-friendly aspects of this comic. 

  • Preacher on Random Comic Book Series That Were Definitely Not Made For Kids

    (#10) Preacher

    • Garth Ennis, Steve Dillon

    In addition to levels of intercourse, aggression, and profanity on par with the other raunchy titles on this list, this one comes with a whole heap of blasphemy. Preacher centers on a supernaturally-empowered and cynically-disillusioned preacher's quest to track down God and give Him a stern lecture.

  • Bomb Queen on Random Comic Book Series That Were Definitely Not Made For Kids

    (#2) Bomb Queen

    New Port City falls under the rule of the villainous Bomb Queen after she devastates all her rivals - and her clothes. She dominates the news, the government, and any man she pleases.

    She has a cute cat for a sidekick, but by no means is this title meant for kids, unless you think the young ones would benefit from a dose of innuendo and charred neck stumps.

  • Black Kiss on Random Comic Book Series That Were Definitely Not Made For Kids

    (#3) Black Kiss

    • Howard Chaykin

    As a mainstream artist, Howard Chaykin liked to push the envelope. When he struck out on his own, the result, Black Kiss, actually had to be distributed in a sealed bag so that no one could browse the content without paying full price.

    Anyone who did pay found a noir piece full of many of the fringe elements of society. 

  • Métal Hurlant on Random Comic Book Series That Were Definitely Not Made For Kids

    (#15) Métal Hurlant

    It's more of an anthology than a comic series, yet Heavy Metal's contribution to the pantheon of adult content cannot go unrecognized. Though it also includes prose stories, interviews, and pinup art, the American adaptation of France's Metal Hurlant was best known for its science fiction and fantasy comics.

    From the hyperviolence of RanXerox to the unrepentant sensuality of Milo Manera, every page of Heavy Metal was (and is) full of things for parents to find objectionable.

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