Top 100 unintentionally lewd comic book panels of all time

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Mitch O'Connell says:

Sex in comics! The top 100 strangest, suggestive and steamy vintage comic book panels of all time! I started with almost 100, but soon there'll be 1000 (depending on how much I want to avoid actual work)! Some are cheap shots, like using the words "gay," "dick," and "boner" when they originally meant something much different, or panels taken completely out of context for juvenile schoolyard tittering, and sometimes, actually very weird, completely IN context, takes on the relationship between the sexes from the viewpoints of the comic books writers and artists of '40s, 50s, 60s and 70s!

You've probably have already seen a few that have been floating around the internet for years, and many are first appearing here scanned from my bathroom library reading, but you'll have 'em all gathered in one place, the M.O'C Blog, for your prurient viewing pleasure!

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Sex in comics! The top 100 strangest, suggestive and steamy vintage comic book panels of all time!

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    1. according to the online etymology dictionary (not a stellar reference but handy) boner as in blunder is derived of bonehead and came first, it wasn’t until the 50’s that it was used for erect penis. 

      I’m not comic geek enough to even guess the decade of that batman panel :(

      1. “The Joker’s Comedy of Errors,” written by Bill Finger, drawn by Lew Sayre Shwartz, from Batman #66, August-September 1951. (I had an idea, but I had to Google it.)

  1. It may be crass and juvenile, but I’m going to do my best to work the line, “That’s the second boner today! If I don’t think of something fast I’ll be a woman without a job” into conversation into the near future. 

    1. Whereas when Captain Britain throws a projectile at a henchman it makes the sound “JERK-OFF!

  2. Good God, I can’t stop laughing at these!

    “Gosh Batman–remember this leather thong?  It still has your teeth marks in it!”

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