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Isaiah Shade is gay for slay

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Continuing to set the standard for erotic gay comics, Class Comics has released Isaiah Shade is Gay for Slay.

Written and illustrated by Patrick Fillion, this is Issue #1 in the chronicles of Isaiah Shade – a favourite character finally getting his own full-length adventure.

Isiah Slade is Gay for Slay
Isiah Slade is Gay for Slay | Credit: Class Comics

The year is 1982. Through the sacrifice of his wife Abby, sexy straight hunk Isaiah Shade finds himself newly imbued with tremendous mystical power which he now uses in his quest to save his spouse from Hell. But Isaiah’s mission proves infinitely more complicated as his biggest weapons are his perfectly chiselled body and his juicy uncut cock. Luckily, he has absolutely no problem using the weapons he has at his disposal.

Our hero makes his way to Cape Elizabeth, in Maine, where he meets a real estate agent named Mr Flores. It seems that Flores has a property that’s in desperate need of cleansing — the sort of cleansing only Isaiah can provide.

Isiah Slade is Gay for Slay
Isiah Slade is Gay for Slay | Credit: Class Comics

Isaiah is pure catnip to demonic entities, and he has no problem using his physical assets to lure them into the ultimate trap. Every defeated demon provides new information, and Isaiah hopes beyond hope that he’ll find a way to save his beloved.

But this time, Isaiah will face one of the most twisted souls history has ever produced making our young hero question his ability to succeed, or even survive.

Further complicating matters, Isaiah’s beginning to realise that he’s enjoying all the gay sex, and things get even more intense with the arrival of young Deimos.

Are the Taro Demon’s incubus powers influencing Isaiah, or are they simply awakening Isaiah’s own unexplored cravings?

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Japanese masculinity defined by art

Bara is the kind of #gaygeek anime art we can really get into.

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Photo: @musclebaracigars

I’m a bit obsessed with the style of graphic art from Japan known as Bara.

Bara is a genre of the manga art-form that focuses on sex between men.

Its origins can be traced back to the early 1950s, when magazines in Japan — such as Adonis — began to focus on gay art and content.

A rough training session between a master and his student | Photo: @shiro_usagi_kurona

While Bara can vary in its style, generally it features masculine men that you could categorise as muscle-bears.

Some of the leading creators of Bara include Gengoroh Tagame — published in the magazine G-men — and Susumu Hirosegawa.

I guess you could describe Bara as the Japanese equivalent of Tom of Finland.

Anyway, it’s hot.

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