Loading...
Porn

Batman & Superman Unite For 1st Time? Porn Was Already There

Comments (0)

By

Mon, Jul 22, 2013 at 12:22 PM
click to enlarge VIVID ENTERTAINMENT
  • Vivid Entertainment

Comic-Con fans nearly jizzed their skinny jeans when Warner Bros. announced at the San Diego convention over the weekend that, for the first time ever, Batman and Superman would appear together in a motion picture.

As with everything in modern media, however, from the phase-out of print to the free-content model, porn was ahead of the suits on this one. (Warning, possibly NSFW image):

Vivid Entertainment, Porn Valley's largest producer, released a statement today to remind us that it already had Batman and Superman coming together, so to speak, via director Axel Braun's Man of Steel XXX.

No, the guys didn't have super-sex with each other (that we know of). (See a NSFW trailer here). That superhero tale was released last month.

Braun:

click to enlarge VIVID ENTERTAINMENT
  • Vivid Entertainment

The Warner Bros. announcement at Comic-Con was totally amazing...yet somewhat incorrect. I always seem to be a step ahead of the mainstream studios. And of course because I can put out movies at a much quicker pace. Plus, I'm just awesome like that.

The director has made a career of adult spoofs of major superhero and sci-fi stories, including with Star Wars XXX and Iron Man XXX.

Perhaps someone at Warners has been watching.

See also: Porn Defends the Money Shot.

Send feedback and tips to the author. Follow Dennis Romero on Twitter at @dennisjromero. Follow LA Weekly News on Twitter at @laweeklynews.

Related Content

Related

Now Trending

Slideshows

  • What Happens in Palm Springs Between Coachellas?
    Palm Springs doesn't stop the party between Coachella weekends. Tachevah celebrated its second year as a free festival at The Spa Casino. Headliners Fitz and the Tantrums played with L.A.'s CLASSIXX, Coachella Valley's ONE11 and CIVX. Dancing at The Copa, listening to songs by piano man Martin Ross at Riviera and hanging at Ace Hotel & Hard Rock Hotel were all other hot spots happenings in this balmy desert area. All photos by Michele McManmon.
  • Let's Hear it for the Girls: Best of Dinah Shore 2014
    The weekend before Coachella, Palm Springs is taken over by an awesome all-girls party called Dinah Shore. Here are some of our favorite moments of music, fashion and pool partyin'. All photos by Colin Young-Wolff.
  • Getting Slimed by Nickelodeon
    Slime debuted on Nick in 1981, says Network executive Jay Schmalholz, on the comedy sketch show You Can’t Do That On Television. It fell from the sky, thoroughly soaking its prey, every time a character (including a young Alanis Morissette) said, “I don’t know!” The gag caught on with viewers and quickly spread to other shows. Read the full story on Nickelodeon Slime below! All photos by Nanette Gonzales.