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Gilbert Hernandez' sensationally semen-drenched fantasia is still the hottest Eros comic of them all. With a delightfully deviant cast featuring dripping exploits of two spunky strippers, an oversexed psychiatrist and her philandering husband. Gilbert Hernandez' sensationally semen-drenched fantasia is still the hottest Eros comic of them all. With a delightfully deviant cast featuring dripping exploits of two spunky strippers, an oversexed psychiatrist and her philandering husband.


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Gilbert Hernandez' sensationally semen-drenched fantasia is still the hottest Eros comic of them all. With a delightfully deviant cast featuring dripping exploits of two spunky strippers, an oversexed psychiatrist and her philandering husband. Gilbert Hernandez' sensationally semen-drenched fantasia is still the hottest Eros comic of them all. With a delightfully deviant cast featuring dripping exploits of two spunky strippers, an oversexed psychiatrist and her philandering husband.

30 review for Birdland

  1. 4 out of 5

    Maya

    Couldn't get my hands on Love & Rockets, so since this had "bird" in the title, I read this. I think the gender-swapping is the best thing about this comic. I found Hernandez's characters hard to distinguish between. The excess cum and disproportionate breasts were off-putting, and the dialogue was fairly terrible. But otherwise it was what you'd expect. He's a talented artist and the character Bang-Bang is cool. Not as interested in Love & Rockets now, but I'd still read it if I came across it. Couldn't get my hands on Love & Rockets, so since this had "bird" in the title, I read this. I think the gender-swapping is the best thing about this comic. I found Hernandez's characters hard to distinguish between. The excess cum and disproportionate breasts were off-putting, and the dialogue was fairly terrible. But otherwise it was what you'd expect. He's a talented artist and the character Bang-Bang is cool. Not as interested in Love & Rockets now, but I'd still read it if I came across it.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Norman

    Is this porn?? If not, this is the single most XXX rated thing one can perhaps “read,” and the amount of sex depicted makes it a very private read... I wanted to get more meaning out of it, but instead I was questioning things such as why “choad” is a sexy word or what’s up with all the alliteration.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Baba

    Gilbert takes Luba's sisters to the adult imprint of Fantagraphics, so as well as his trademark magical realism, we also get graphic sex, lots of it. and still this is a good piece of work. 7 out of 12. Gilbert takes Luba's sisters to the adult imprint of Fantagraphics, so as well as his trademark magical realism, we also get graphic sex, lots of it. and still this is a good piece of work. 7 out of 12.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Steven

    Perhaps the sexiest, orgiastic and orgasmic work of art I've ever read or seen ... with enough love, science fiction, and evolutionary and androgynous philosophy thrown in ... not to be just hardcore porn. Perhaps the sexiest, orgiastic and orgasmic work of art I've ever read or seen ... with enough love, science fiction, and evolutionary and androgynous philosophy thrown in ... not to be just hardcore porn.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Brian Stillman

    My, but that's a lot of cum. My, but that's a lot of cum.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Ushnav Shroff

    This graphic novel was a semen-soaked riot of adventures that was extremely hard and dull to follow at times - but that could have been due to all the blood exiting my brain, for Gilbert Hernandez's Birdland is nothing short of crude pornography instilled with a sense of weak narrative. This graphic novel was a semen-soaked riot of adventures that was extremely hard and dull to follow at times - but that could have been due to all the blood exiting my brain, for Gilbert Hernandez's Birdland is nothing short of crude pornography instilled with a sense of weak narrative.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Malum

    Standard smut comic made slightly more interesting by the inclusion of aliens and hypnosis.

  8. 4 out of 5

    StrictlySequential

    *Fourth edition January 1996* Beto quiera llamar y dibujar con el peno de un novio pero no tiene buenas ideas. Menos las tietas mas grandes, el arte es bien y tres o quatro personas son interesante pero todos otros cosas son estupido o feo. El marque de tres estrellas es simpatico.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Richard

    I'm a huge fan of Gilbert Hernandez, and I'm certainly not a prude... but this is an appalling misfire. Birdland is a world of nonstop erotic excess, in which nothing is taboo, including incest and a really suprising amount of rape. Actions have no consequences in this fantasy land, and although I understand the intent of celebrating libido without guilt or realistic complications, this is a mess, neither erotic nor liberating. The fact that Hernandez throws his established characters into the sou I'm a huge fan of Gilbert Hernandez, and I'm certainly not a prude... but this is an appalling misfire. Birdland is a world of nonstop erotic excess, in which nothing is taboo, including incest and a really suprising amount of rape. Actions have no consequences in this fantasy land, and although I understand the intent of celebrating libido without guilt or realistic complications, this is a mess, neither erotic nor liberating. The fact that Hernandez throws his established characters into the soup makes it seem even less appealing. I understand that they are not real people and that Hernandez has always enjoyed mixing the surreal with the more mundane, but... yuck. I'm glad this wasn't my first exposure to his work, or it would have been my last, and I would have missed a lot of genius. Sadly, this one is not recommended at all.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Dominick

    This book is beautifully rendered and features some spectacularly explicit and tawdry sex (not that that's a bad thing). It even makes a gesture or two towards trying to add some sort of actual psychological depth to the cum-drenched proceedings, though mostly it opts for a comic/kitsch feel, with the humour at about a borscht-belt level. There is a plot, sort of, about aliens who are curious about the human sex drive, but it doesn't make a whole lot of sense except as an excuse for the fucking This book is beautifully rendered and features some spectacularly explicit and tawdry sex (not that that's a bad thing). It even makes a gesture or two towards trying to add some sort of actual psychological depth to the cum-drenched proceedings, though mostly it opts for a comic/kitsch feel, with the humour at about a borscht-belt level. There is a plot, sort of, about aliens who are curious about the human sex drive, but it doesn't make a whole lot of sense except as an excuse for the fucking and the polymorphously perverse orgy at the end (before the rather redundant post-script story). If you like well-rendered if senseless porn and have a high tolerance for cum shots, this is your book. Otherwise, be warned.

  11. 4 out of 5

    captain america

    graphic sex with little in the way of storyline that couldn't have been said in 4 or 5 pages...but this IS the "Eros" imprint of Fantagraphics after all so sex is the raison d'etre. more disturbing than everything and everyone covered in come is gilbert adding more and more improbable and superfluous layers (both before and after birdland was published) to long-standing characters. for example, although fritz and petra are in the love & rockets/palomar storyline, the birdland story arc is far eno graphic sex with little in the way of storyline that couldn't have been said in 4 or 5 pages...but this IS the "Eros" imprint of Fantagraphics after all so sex is the raison d'etre. more disturbing than everything and everyone covered in come is gilbert adding more and more improbable and superfluous layers (both before and after birdland was published) to long-standing characters. for example, although fritz and petra are in the love & rockets/palomar storyline, the birdland story arc is far enough removed that they may as well be different characters. all the extra baggage cheapens the accomplished palomar stories.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Marissa

    Very explicit, but oftentimes beautifully so, Birdland is a beautifully rendered erotic graphic novel. Hernández's artwork is as amazing as ever, as is his story lines. Very unconventional, but if you are a lover of his work, and are an adult, I would completely recommend Birdland. Very explicit, but oftentimes beautifully so, Birdland is a beautifully rendered erotic graphic novel. Hernández's artwork is as amazing as ever, as is his story lines. Very unconventional, but if you are a lover of his work, and are an adult, I would completely recommend Birdland.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    I need to locate where my comics are - garage in a nice plastic bin I think

  14. 5 out of 5

    Meem

    Fail.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Rolando

    I love this book way more than is humanly excusable.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jay Daze

    The least erotic of Hernandez's comics. The least erotic of Hernandez's comics.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Katie Pigeon

  18. 5 out of 5

    J

  19. 5 out of 5

    Gus Lane

  20. 4 out of 5

    Jonas Magnusson

  21. 4 out of 5

    Mark

  22. 4 out of 5

    yengyeng

  23. 5 out of 5

    Illusive

  24. 5 out of 5

    CR

  25. 4 out of 5

    Cade

  26. 4 out of 5

    Travis Hayes

  27. 5 out of 5

    Xisix

  28. 5 out of 5

    Gina

  29. 5 out of 5

    Matt Gonzalez Kirkland

  30. 4 out of 5

    William Dench

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