Did you know there are butt plugs that can be controlled through an app? There was an entire series dedicated to this over at Men.com. This four part series has eight different men in completely different scenarios. Not all are awesome, but the sex is still fantastic in them. Here’s my thoughts on the scenes as a whole in the attached video.

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Most comic book fans are already aware of this, however in case you missed it – Bobby Drake also known as Iceman, is getting his own ongoing solo series. To clarify, there are two versions of Iceman in the main 616 Marvel Universe. An adult version that has always existed in this universe and his younger self that was accidentally brought to the present by Hank McCoy, Beast. The older version will be the Iceman that will have his own series. This is great news for the character and for any fans that want to read about a very famous out gay superhero. The series will be written by Sina Grace, illustrated by Alessandro Vitti and will start in Spring 2017.


Adult Bobby Drake came out of the closet in 2015’s issue of Uncanny X-Men #600 when his younger counterpart confronted him about his orientation. Adult Iceman confirmed that he was in fact a gay man. Younger Bobby himself came out in 2012’s All-New X-Men #40. This means that Iceman, who was introduced in The X-Men #1, back in 1963, has been a gay man this entire time. Iceman is not the first male mutant to come out, not by a long shot. However he is possibly one of the most well known male characters in the Marvel Universe to be identified as a gay man.


Interesting note, Human Torch aka Johnny Storm has been confirmed as being a pansexual by Daken writer Marjorie Liu. The image above is from Daken: Dark Wolverine #4. Daken was a bisexual character and the son of Wolverine. He has an ability to use his pheromones to manipulate the emotional state and sensory perceptions of other beings. Johnny and him had a strange relationship briefly and it seemed like Johnny was falling for him, but it was never out right stated. However that is no longer the case. Johnny is pansexual. A pairing of Iceman and the Human Torch would be such a cool idea. Or hot idea…see what I did there? Fire and Ice as a couple would either make a lot of people happy, or make a lot of people very angry.


Most of you probably already know this, but originally Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends was conceptualized to have both Iceman and the Human Torch. Instead we got a new female mutant character made up specifically for the show, Firestar. She was popular enough to later make the leap to comic pages. Johnny was not used unfortunately because of legal reasons with his character. There were rumors speculating that three male superheroes living together on a cartoon also seemed too gay. The irony is that one did come out as gay and now another is pansexual. If Spider-Man would just come out as being bisexual, this would make it even more hilarious.


It should also be worth noting, the Human Torch and Iceman pairing up with Spider-Man was later fixed in the Ultimate Spider-Man books. Aunt May took in Bobby Drake and Johnny Storm (and Kitty Pryde and Gwen Stacy) to stay with her and Peter. We got several adventures with the trio working together. It was quite awesome.


On panel, Iceman’s romantic involvement has been with women and a flirtatious Northstar. Northstar once has a short mini-series himself, however it only briefly touched on his sexuality. For Bobby no male interest has been shown yet, but many fans (including me), are eager to see how an out Bobby Drake copes with dating life in the modern day world as his younger self has already done. Young Bobby Drake has an Inhuman kinda sorta boyfriend.


Iceman has been classified as am Omega Level Mutant in the past, but has rarely been shown to exert the full extent of his powers. What is an Omega Level Mutant? There’s no concrete explanation for it except that they are suppose to be very powerful. Jean Grey and Franklin Richards are supposedly Omega Level Mutants, although they have been shown to go past this as well. With Iceman, ice and snow may not seem too much of a big deal, but the level of ice used and the ability to freeze anyone’s molecules are dangerous. Iceman once froze every molecule within Professor Xavier’s son, Legion. It is terrifying that he can do this if he wished.


So many were not on board with Iceman coming out as being gay. Some felt it was forced, others felt as though it was always hinted at since day one. Personally I am happy with this. At first I did not think it was real, as Beast once declared he was gay. Emma Frost quickly shut him down on that. I still do not understand what the point of that was all about. The Human Torch being pansexual was glossed over and seems to be ignored completely. I know him and Torch will not date, but I can hope. Regardless, I am happy that superheroes that have been around for over 50 years have been identified as being something other than exclusively heterosexual. I can’t wait to read Iceman’s ongoing series. What do you think? Are you happy about this or are you on the fence, or do you not care?


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It’s Darth Vader. The Dark Lord of the Sith himself. He was once one of the most powerful Jedi and later a very powerful Sith Lord. He has been given the Elite Series treatment from the Disney Store. He’s pretty darn awesome!

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This is it, the last of the Stealth Fucker series from Men.com. So sad to see it end, this was a great concept. With any luck, we may see a future installment. Regardless, you should watch this scene, just to see Billy Santoro and Colby Jansen fuck the hell out of Johnny Rapid. It was great!

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Colby Jansen

And Billy Santoro

>Billy Santoro

Johnny Rapid

Johnny Rapid

It is official, network President of CW, Mark Pedowitz, said that a Friday the 13th TV series is in the works for 2016 release. The series will be written by Steve Mitchell & Craig Van Sickle, creators of the 1996 NBC series The Pretender. And this will actually be about Jason Voorhees and have nothing to do with the previous Friday the 13th series that was released. The site, Deadline said that the series is “described as a sophisticated, horror/crime thriller, the potential Friday The 13th series is about the ongoing quest of a detective’s search for his missing brother that is somehow tied to Jason Vorhees, a long thought dead serial killer who has now returned to wreak havoc in the new Crystal Lake.”

So, good news, we get a Friday the 13th series. Bad news, it’s on the CW. I guess it could be worse. Supernatural is on the CW and that’s a badass show that gives us some pretty gory scenes. It is still a bit censored, but not a whole lot. And the Friday the 13th series sounds like it is not taking a lead from the MTV show, Scream. With that show, I’m not a big fan.

Freddy vs Jason vs Ash

I am a big fan many slasher movies and I do love the Friday the 13th films. I love the series, even the cheesiness of all the stupid scenes of people that you just know are going to die. I even love the last couple installments before the reboot. I even read the comic book series with Ash vs. Jason vs. Freddy series. I was secretly wanting Jason to win, even though I knew it was going to be a draw. I’m still waiting for a crossover between them all and Hellraiser, so that Pinhead can get involved. Did you know that there was a comic with Jason squaring off against Leatherface from Texas Chainsaw Massacre?

Jason vs Leatherface

Anyways, are you a fan of the Friday the 13th series? Is this good news?