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Man Prepared to Spend Sexy Valentines Day With Zenescope Comic Book

Man Prepared to Spend Sexy Valentines Day With Zenescope Comic Book

The man has planned an extravagant date for his lover, a copy of Clash of Queens #1 from Zenescope Entertainment.




Valentines Day is a special day for couples to celebrate their love for each other, and that's just what Phoenix, Arizona resident Kenneth Gittens intends to do. Unlike most Americans, however, Kenneth will not be celebrating the holiday with another human being. Instead, a comic book will be joining Gittens this evening at the fanciest restaurant in town for a romantic candlelight dinner. According to our sources, the comic in question is Clash of Queens #1 from Zenescope Entertainment.

A tie-in to Zenescope's Wonderland series, a softcore porn take on the Alice in Wonderland story, Clash of Queens #1 is the first in a five issue mini-series by writer Patrick Shand and artist Manuel Preitano. Gittens has gotten his hands on the 2014 Dallas Expo version of the book, featuring a limited edition variant cover showing all four queens in suit-of-card themed lingerie. Calling the cover "absolutely stunning," Gittens hopes to consummate his relationship with it after an evening of fine dining, expensive wine, and perhaps a moonlit stroll through a local park.

According to reports, Gittens has maintained a sexual relationship with Zenescope comic books since 2008, going back to a particularly racy issue of Grimm Fairy Tales that featured a J. Scott Campbell cover showing Little Red Riding Hood in nothing but her trademark hood and a pair of boy shorts panties, contorting her body so that both her breasts and buttocks are fully visible to the reader. Sources close to Gittens believe that the longtime bachelor may finally be looking to settle down, and Clash of Queens #1 may be the lucky comic to put a ring on his finger.

At press time, reports indicated that their might be some friction in the budding relationship, as the comic caught Gittens making eyes at Zenescope's Robin Hood: Age of Darkness, also in stores now, and featuring multiple covers with a busty, female Robin Hood in various states of undress.

Stay tuned to The Outhouse for updates on this breaking story.

Check out the cover and solicit for Clash of Queens #1 below, but please remember, this comic is spoken for.

There had long been an uneasy peace between the various Queens of the realm of wonderland. But with the arrival of Keres, the death card and Ace of spades, it is a peace that will not last. Vying for control of the realm of madness each has been brought to this place of insanity for unknown reasons. But now those reasons will stand revealed and the madness of wonderland will threaten to engulf them all in a battle that will only end in a battle of the...clash of the queens. AGE OF DARKNESS TIE IN. Featuring the origin of the all new Queen of Clubs. 





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