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Come Together is an erotic anthology featuring a host of comic talents from all over Europe. Our book's theme is Reunion; old friends sharing sizzling tension in a Finnish sauna, long distance lovers yearning for each other on a train ride to rural Italy, rival fashion designers clashing in battles of sexual prowess in Berlin, and more. Thirteen stories from many cultures Come Together is an erotic anthology featuring a host of comic talents from all over Europe. Our book's theme is Reunion; old friends sharing sizzling tension in a Finnish sauna, long distance lovers yearning for each other on a train ride to rural Italy, rival fashion designers clashing in battles of sexual prowess in Berlin, and more. Thirteen stories from many cultures and countries, covering a multitude of times, places, peoples and sexualities... In a world growing increasingly more divided, it's time to Come Together.


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Come Together is an erotic anthology featuring a host of comic talents from all over Europe. Our book's theme is Reunion; old friends sharing sizzling tension in a Finnish sauna, long distance lovers yearning for each other on a train ride to rural Italy, rival fashion designers clashing in battles of sexual prowess in Berlin, and more. Thirteen stories from many cultures Come Together is an erotic anthology featuring a host of comic talents from all over Europe. Our book's theme is Reunion; old friends sharing sizzling tension in a Finnish sauna, long distance lovers yearning for each other on a train ride to rural Italy, rival fashion designers clashing in battles of sexual prowess in Berlin, and more. Thirteen stories from many cultures and countries, covering a multitude of times, places, peoples and sexualities... In a world growing increasingly more divided, it's time to Come Together.

30 review for Come Together: A European Anthology of Erotic Comics

  1. 4 out of 5

    SaraWezzie

    This was utterly gorgeous! A really beautiful mix of art styles and storytelling. The theme of reunion makes this a really sweet and sexy anthology, and there isn’t one weak entry in this collection. None of the stories feel repetitive. It’s also a glorious mix of different sexualities, ethnicities and gender identities. Blue Lounge by Tab Kimpton and Summer Seclusion by Anni K were two of my particular favourites.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Steve Stivaktis

    THIS is the gloriousness that comes from letting marginalised people tell their own stories. Can't wait to see what comes next (pun not intended) from this team! THIS is the gloriousness that comes from letting marginalised people tell their own stories. Can't wait to see what comes next (pun not intended) from this team!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Julia

    Aunque tenía cierta reticencia en un principio, me complace haber decidido apoyar la realización de esta antología vía Kickstarter. Entre las antologías publicadas el año anterior que tuve la oportunidad de leer, esta es la que ha mostrado mayor coherencia tanto en su tema, como en el material presentado. El uso de una paleta de colores unificadora (inspirada en la Unión Europea) a lo largo de gran parte de los trabajos, le otorga a la lectura una fluidez que muchas veces carecen otras antologías Aunque tenía cierta reticencia en un principio, me complace haber decidido apoyar la realización de esta antología vía Kickstarter. Entre las antologías publicadas el año anterior que tuve la oportunidad de leer, esta es la que ha mostrado mayor coherencia tanto en su tema, como en el material presentado. El uso de una paleta de colores unificadora (inspirada en la Unión Europea) a lo largo de gran parte de los trabajos, le otorga a la lectura una fluidez que muchas veces carecen otras antologías. Además, hablando en lo personal, la selección de artistas e historias es la que más conforme me ha dejado. Es usual en esta clase de antologías encontrarse con trabajos de muy alta calidad y luego otros que, aunque se valora el esfuerzo, a veces rompen un poco con la magia presentada. En esta oportunidad, no ocurre eso. Aunque hay historias más fuertes narrativa y gráficamente que otras (cosa que queda a un criterio netamente subjetivo), no hay ninguna que pudiera decir que no pertenece en el compilado o que me habría gustado que dejaran fuera. He disfrutado mucho la lectura de estos trabajos. Lo recomiendo a todo quien no tenga problema de leer historias de personajes diversos, sexualidades diversas, que no tienen miedo de mostrar diferentes formas en que pueden relacionarse los seres humanos.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Can Richards

    I normally don’t read nsfw stuff, but I’d been hoping to read it for Alex Assan and Lin Darrow’s “In Search of Absent Pigments”, since they create one of my favourite webcomics! This was a really sweet anthology with a collection of beautiful artstyles and refreshingly diverse voices, and it’s given me a bunch of recommendations for new artists to follow! Put me in a huge mood to read some indie comics when I was finished with this. “Absent Pigments” and “Stitched Up” were my personal favourites I normally don’t read nsfw stuff, but I’d been hoping to read it for Alex Assan and Lin Darrow’s “In Search of Absent Pigments”, since they create one of my favourite webcomics! This was a really sweet anthology with a collection of beautiful artstyles and refreshingly diverse voices, and it’s given me a bunch of recommendations for new artists to follow! Put me in a huge mood to read some indie comics when I was finished with this. “Absent Pigments” and “Stitched Up” were my personal favourites for mood/worldbuilding/story!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Sean Benson

    "Thirteen stories from many cultured and countries, covering a multitude of times, places, peoples and sexualities..." Couldn't have said it better myself. It is truly inclusive and a wonder to read. I have been following Tab for year and delighted is an understatement for when I found out they were releasing a comic. Such a variety of artists but all truly brilliant. "Thirteen stories from many cultured and countries, covering a multitude of times, places, peoples and sexualities..." Couldn't have said it better myself. It is truly inclusive and a wonder to read. I have been following Tab for year and delighted is an understatement for when I found out they were releasing a comic. Such a variety of artists but all truly brilliant.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Angie Suarez

    Some of the stories were perfectly wrapped up with a bow at the end others left me wanting to read more stories with the same characters and I feel they would have needed more pages to be all the rounded they could be but nonetheless I enjoyed all of them.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Gotherella BioVenom

    So happy I backed this kickstarter, these comics were super duper awesome, and pervy, but mostly I am hear not just for queer representation but for People of Colour and People with Disabilities as well. Holy crap, so much representation <3

  8. 5 out of 5

    Violet

    Good collection of diverse stories. I was very entertained, despite the fact that not all the comics were, strictly speaking, queer. (one was straight but kinky, the other was just plain straight, though certainly the topic of it is relatable to queer folk...)

  9. 4 out of 5

    Esther O. Lee

    Solid anthology and I liked all of the artwork. Faves: Ani K’s Summer Seclusion Tab Kimpton’s Blue Lounge

  10. 5 out of 5

    Loz

    A good collection of sexy comics which are a bit different to the norm.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Tanwen Cooper

    An excellently well-crafted anthology. I was happy to see that each of the shorts was an actual story with a narrative, dealing with a particular issue. Some of them were incredibly moving, particularly one about a man and his painting (I cried at that one). The artwork is great: the colour palette is mainly blue and yellow (emphasising the European theme), and that really helps to tie the disparate art styles and time periods together to create one cohesive anthology. Highly recommend picking th An excellently well-crafted anthology. I was happy to see that each of the shorts was an actual story with a narrative, dealing with a particular issue. Some of them were incredibly moving, particularly one about a man and his painting (I cried at that one). The artwork is great: the colour palette is mainly blue and yellow (emphasising the European theme), and that really helps to tie the disparate art styles and time periods together to create one cohesive anthology. Highly recommend picking this one up if you get the chance.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Soobie's scared

    I'm always curious about erotic comics anthology, even if I don't usually give great ratings to them. Some of the stories are quite good but the rest... not so much. The Layover by Shazleen Khan: ★★★ I actually backed Khan's Buuza! but I haven't gotten around to read it. This was a kind of introduction to her art. Extremely short but nice. Under His Apron by Niki Smith: ★★ I liked the art and the Gothic font but I'm not a big fan of ropes. Sorry! Summer Seclusion by Anni K: ★★★ One of the best stories I'm always curious about erotic comics anthology, even if I don't usually give great ratings to them. Some of the stories are quite good but the rest... not so much. The Layover by Shazleen Khan: ★★★ I actually backed Khan's Buuza! but I haven't gotten around to read it. This was a kind of introduction to her art. Extremely short but nice. Under His Apron by Niki Smith: ★★ I liked the art and the Gothic font but I'm not a big fan of ropes. Sorry! Summer Seclusion by Anni K: ★★★ One of the best stories of the anthology. I loved the colors. When in Rome by Charu & Emil: ★★★ When I browsed the book at first, I thought it was one of Giulio Macaione's works. I swear, Giulio and the Charu&Emil team have the same way of drawing. Nice story, though. Via Romana by Rica March: ★★ An Ok story. A lot of blue. In Search of Absent Pigments by Alex Assan & Lin Darrow: ★ The worst story in the collection. Probably because I didn't understand the meaning. In addition, I'm not a fan of silent stories. Trans Atlantic by Vasarru: ★★★ Another good one, with three bear-like men having fun. One for Sorrow, Two for Joy by Dominique Duong: ★★★ As I wrote before, I'm not usually a fan of silent story but this is good. It kind of reminds me of the Japanese Tanabata. A prince and a princess are allowed to meet only once a year. The Blue Lounge by Tab Kimpton: ★★ A lot of blue again. A contorsionist and a burlesque lady get together. Need by Zachary Kjoge: ★★ Way too dark in colors and I didn't like the art. An Unusual Exchange by Hari Conner: ★★★ I love the pirate-y setting and the story was OK. Stitched Up by Jade Sarson: ★ Didn't get the meaning. Didn't like the story. Creamy Conversation by Ariel Vittori: ★★ Nice and round art. So, this means an average of 2,30... Which I decided to round up.

  13. 5 out of 5

    JC

  14. 5 out of 5

    Martin

  15. 4 out of 5

    Shelly Cerullo

  16. 5 out of 5

    Kathryn Hemmann

  17. 4 out of 5

    Caitie

  18. 5 out of 5

    Irati

  19. 5 out of 5

    Samuel

  20. 5 out of 5

    David Pena

  21. 5 out of 5

    Anna

  22. 4 out of 5

    Claire Argent

  23. 4 out of 5

    Emily

  24. 4 out of 5

    Laura

  25. 5 out of 5

    Nene

  26. 5 out of 5

    Ember

  27. 5 out of 5

    Jodie

  28. 4 out of 5

    Amanda Nelson

  29. 5 out of 5

    Ray Young

  30. 4 out of 5

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