Top 17 Most Graphic Sex Scenes in Marvel Comics We'll Never See On The Big Screen
Sex scenes between superheroes are rare in movies, and they mostly just appear in films with R-Rating and porn parodies, but Marvel comic books have featured sex scenes in comics, but some are too weird or just too wrong to be adapted into live-action.
Here's a look at 17 of Marvel's craziest comic book sex scenes that we'll most likely never see on the big screens...
#17- She-Hulk & Juggernaut Break The Entire Room
The image says it all. She-Hulk and Juggernaut break the bed, the floor, the wall, the entire room! And Dan Scott broke our hearts when he said it did not technically happen in comics canon. Now that's "hard" core!
#16- Imperius Sex
In Uncanny X-Men Vol. 2 #8, a sub-mariner's idea of a diplomatic mission involves getting it on with the Queen of a race of sea-worms.
When Hope says, "Ick! You didn't really Imperius Sex her", Namor's reply is that a gentleman and a king must always be discreet about such things.
#15- Luke Cage's Anal Sex With Jessica Jones
In the Alias comics, Jessica Jones experienced anal sex with Luke Cage. The combination of anal and interracial was too intense for Marvel printers in Alabama, who initially refused to print the comic.
The couple still got it on in the Netflix series, but there's no indication that they did it from behind. Who knows? Maybe it will happen in a future episode of Jessica Jones or Defenders.
#14- Iron Man and Black Widow Make A Sex Tape
In Marvel's Ultimate universe, Iron Man and Black Widow made a sex tape together, and it leaked because the security system was hacked. And that happened after she was killed by Hawkeye for having murdered his child.
#13- Spider-Man Gets Molested When He Was A Boy
In the Spider-Man and Power Pack comic, a young Peter Parker and Skip Westcott became best pals, hanging out, working on projects together, and in general, giving Peter an older friend he desperately needs, but he ends up being molested. We never see what actually happened to them but we know that it was disturbing. Skip got away with the whole thing, and Spidey never took revenge, but he used the experience to help others in similar situations as the comic was designed to teach kids how to report sexual abuses.