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  • In Erfworld, Wanda's interrogation◊ of Jillian carries a definite BDSM subtext, underscored with the line "Call me 'Mistress'. And I will call you 'Prisoner'." The fact that the two of them chat in a rather friendlytone◊ after the session only raises the eyebrow higher.
    • And a text-only update only adds to the implications, with Jillian uninterested in her new dungeon because her current caster "didn't really know how to play right." Apparently the old rumors weren't pervasive enough for the writer...
    • Under the mechanics of Erfworld, all non-fatal wounds are completely healed every day. The BDSM guideline of "No Permanent Damage" thus means only "stop short of killing the victim"....
      • Made even more pointed in a text update where Maggie asks Parson why he seems to be celibate. He cites his concerns over being more than twice the size of even the tallest human Erfworlder. Maggie explicitly states that even if he was so, ahem, grand as to harm a woman, the daily automatic healing just means that his only worry is really about becoming an interesting story for the woman to tell. Parson's other objections must be someone's fetishes, too: he's uncomfortably with the rapey Mind Control nature of subordinate units having to obey his orders since he's the warlord; and his concern that since Wanda's the one who "Decrypted" most of their units, she might know and sense what they know and sense.
  • Sparkling Generation Valkyrie Yuuki has a Magical Girl from a Gender Bender. And that's the start of it.
  • Even more so would be The Wotch, which is one long Transformation Comic sanitized for general consumption.
    • The Wotch also has plenty of age regression (and progression, in one arc) and a fondness for Taken For Granite (google ASFR one of these days.) There's also no shortage of the Cute Monster Girl, including the liquid variety, and many animal transformations all around. The entire strip seems to be fetish overdosed...
  • Most of the comics drawn by the Brothers Grinn feature amply proportioned women with enormous chests who have trouble staying in their clothes.
  • MSF High probably deserves notice here with the transformation and Transgender, along with Author Appeal. Not that they're hiding it.
  • Most of the comics on the anthology site The Stone of Adventure shamelessly pander to the breast expansion crowd, even ones that are fancomics.
  • Anyone who has been to the Order Of The Stick forum will mention The House of Fanservice and both Houses of Horrors
    • Special mention must be given to Sabine, who is a walking, winged, Shape Shifting, schoolgirl-outfit wearing incarnation of this trope.
      • Who apparently has some interesting piercings, according to Roy.
    • This Troper admits to having something of a murder and mutilation fetish. Hence, I find something very satisfying in Belkar saying "Oh yeah. This? This thing right here? This is gonna be fun" right before taking on a kobold and turning him into a hat. Plus pretty much everything else to do with Belkar killing.
    • As a gal with a thing for the Hot Chick with a Sword and sexually innocent adults, I find Miko Miyazaki sexy. Beautiful (we're told, but her stick figure conveys it surprisingly well with the long luxurious hair and cape), insanely badass (she beat the entire Order of the Stick at once, sadly offpanel), dual-wielding, kung fu fighting, and endearingly immune to sexual innuendo ("The proper term is 'Smite Evil', not 'bump uglies'"; I rather imagine she's a virgin), with a hint of the Jerkass Woobie (friendless, socially clueless orphan). Sure, Evil Is Sexy, but sometimes horribly misguided Lawful Good is even sexier.
    • The Mikophile troper above also has the hots for Haley Starshine: redheaded bisexual midriff-baring leather-clad Action Girl woobie. Wow.
  • Narbonic: Between transformations, gender-bender(s), Mell (a chick with guns who always wears a mini-skirt), Zeta (a hot punk girl), and a super-intelligent gerbil who turns into a hot, HOT studly guy who turns out to be gay... it practically needs its own wiki.
    • And also, the author's next work, Skin Horse already has a Wholesome Crossdresser hero, a Zombie Girl (with guns), and a talking dog. Discuss amongst yourselves.
  • For the furries and transformation fans out there, there's the spellwolves of Dominic Deegan. Not only do they tear out of their clothes every time they change unless they've thought ahead and are wearing oversized garments, the Winter Archipelago where they live seems to have compulsory nudity (or perhaps they just enjoy it that much) and they become...incredibly large in their animal forms. Which would include all parts of them. Add in the fact that quite a few fans have offered a completely different interpretation of the scene where Jayden "rides" Milov. Ah-wooooo, indeed.
    • Szark. He's a sickly gay swordsman with a canonical murder fetish and bondage kink. He lives in a city of forbidden delights and is open about sex — as in, open to anyone happening by. He was evil (but got better). He has a "z" in his name, which should be a fetish if it isn't one. What's not to love? This troper got particularly squidgy when he vomited blood all over the carpet, although that's a rather specific issue— er, kink...
      • And he has to fight against the other side of his soul and his addiction to killing, while the never-healing wound in his side gets worse and worse. There's just something about being trapped by your own mind like that... The moment in the duel when he almost relapsed was a particular favorite of this troper's.
  • Elaine Roberts of xkcd is the greatest hacker of our era, plays the drums, enjoys violence and is handy with a sword. Very awesome. Although, like all other characters in the comic, she is a stick figure.
    • Munroe also did a comic making fun of Rule Thirty Four, introducing to the masses the concept of playing guitar in the shower. It now has its own Web site.
      • It should be pointed out that Munroe himself started the Web site after making the comic.
  • No need for rope. Just grab some duct tape and a little girl. Also comes in body-swapping version.
  • From the former artist of Penny & Aggie, Menage a 3 seems to be attempting (and probably succeeding) to cater to both teams. For those who like the sausage we have these strips. Meanwhile, everyone else gets these.
  • Angels 2200 has busty Innocent Fanservice Girl "Kid" Martines often serving as a source of Fetish Fuel; but never more than when horny lesbian Whiskey talked her into wearing a Princess Leia metal bikini on their "date". Okay, maybe her naked shower hug with Quetz was hotter.
  • Sinfest: 'Nique. In heels. 'Nuff said.
  • Megatokyo brings us Niho, the ravishing, seductive, leather-clad, dark-lording badass. For extra funnies he's the online avatar of a female character, who was most probably Lolicon at the time. Better, the girl he expends most of his attention on is played by a guy.
    • Miho herself carries well his torch, not least with her tendency to dress innocent little android girl Ping in her clothes (We can only thank the heavens that she hasn't dressed herself in anything too Gothloli yet, as people might die) and her own, increasingly outrageous fashion sense. The Cave of Evil sequence found her dressed in something that was almost see through, and the day after saw her in something that was practically bondage chic. This is someone who is still in her second year of high school.
      • But has claimed to be older than she looks. And has been implied to have been severely ill for a long time, possibly forcing her to repeat a grade, or even two.
      • Oh, the Cave of Evil sequence got much more fetishistic than just her fashion sense. She pretty much forced a drunken Largo to touch her inappropriately...and naturally, he's freaking out. Also, probably the best shot she got all sequence. Goddamn, that's hot.
    • Miho in three-quarter strength Goth Loli. Posing on a coffin with a rose. *THUD*
      • Sadly, the picture cuts off at the bottom, barring us a view of those potentially amazing shoes.
    • This Troper is female, and nearly completely straight. She can't even like much Les Yay. But she has a crush on Miho.
    • We can't forget Ping herself. She is a ridiculously human Robot Girl able to physically morph into whatever dating-sim character you're playing. When she wasn't played with by her owner,she unwittingly changed to become more attractive. She also dresses and acts like a schoolgirl and sleeps in a "Clocked" t-shirt. Which she really fills out. And "She's quite 'real',you know.". Damn, she really is capable of devouring your soul.
    • Don't forget the costumes that Kimiko makes for Erika. Rawr.
  • The most recent arc in Flipside has convinced this troper that the artist has a dismemberment fetish. First his main character cut off one of her own fingers as an intimidation tactic, then she got her hand chopped off, and right now she's having her arm eaten while conscious. The strip's main antagonist is a monster girl covered from head to toe with scars and possessing a Healing Factor that allows her to recover from any wound: so far, she's had fingers sliced off, her skull pierced, her throat slashed and even had a meteor dropped on her.
  • An odd in-comic example of this happens in Gunnerkrigg Court with Kat, who seems to have developed a fetish for birds or bird/human hybrids after Aly turned into a bird.
    • She was bad even before this, with a very noticeable fetish for solid, heavily muscled men. Let's put it down to her slightly obsessive personality and move on...
      • Reynardine and Coyote are also extremely fetishistic. Renardine after all is a shapeshifting, body swapping Big Badass Wolf who is totally under the control of (and appears independently loyal to) a rather attractive young girl, and that his personal feelings towards her have already been called into question by a couple of characters. Coyote, on the other hand is very bendy, and in the chapter in which he appeared spent a good five strips flirting with said young girl before sticking his nose up her skirt. Oh, and did I mention they're both implied to be somewhat evil?
      • Coyote isn't so much evil as extremely chaotic and rather carefree. It's very clear from when he first arrives that his main goal in his interactions with the rest of the cast is to have fun. Reynardine is just a loyal loner who plays the Bad Boy to conceal how much he cares.
    • What, nothing about the makeup-wearing Lolicon Emotionless Girl who's the main character? I've noticed, and it's outright creeping me out, especially since I've always imagined her to have a British accent.
      • That just makes it even better.
      • Makes sense, seeing as she's a Brit from Britain like the rest of us Brits. However, she may not have the one you're thinking of- her mother's explicitly stated to have a Yorkshire accent, and since she rarely talked to anyone else she may've picked that up. Not sure if anyone's got a fetish for Yorkshire...
      • ^I originally was thinking Kate Winslet, but Oop North is fine too. It does occur to me I don't think about anyone else's accent except Coyote, and I've been using more or less Heath Ledger as The Joker. And for the sake of saving mental RAM, Kat and Parley now sound vaguely like Rose Tyler.
      • Yes?[1] Don't forget her best friend Kat, who's basically a much less depressive, British-raised Kimiko Ross, but slightly more tomboyish and Spark-y (and sometimes dressed in mens' period dress in the bonus pages). Anyone with a fetish for fetishes has several reasons for just that to be attracted to her. Dropping one fetish for some people but also losing a boatload of Squick for everyone else, both of them are gradually losing the Lolicon as the art style changes and Not Allowed To Grow Up is averted.
    • Jones grappling a sword. Whatever fetish that is, This Troper has it.
    • The Veronica lake thing Antimony has going with her hair (her red, red hair!) just makes me want to stroke it endlessly. And kiss it. And... I think I'll stop now.
  • This one, from the Adventurers archives. Just something about a woman who can do that...
  • The all-furry retelling of Dracula out there... just, all of it. This troper already ships Dracula/Jonathan, but really. Furries. Ohhh.
    • This troper knows the artist behind the project, and has to add that the artist translated all the subtext in the book very well.
    • This Troper knows the artist as well, and given that he is one of the few furry artists who does strictly PG work, would add that this is one case in which any fetish fuel is unintentional.
      • That, and the art is lovely. I applaud them muchly.
  • Craving Control has a busty coed with an eating disorder. She's a redhead, too, for those who like the coppertops. And her breasts have caused some injuries and property damage due to her klutzy impulsiveness in swinging them around or bashing them into people.
    • And by 'eating disorder', the previous editor means 'Frequently stuffs herself to a ludicrous extent'. As well as his clear belly-expansion fetish, the artist pays quite a lot of detail to said busty coed's rather large tongue.
  • Speaking of Big Eaters, Gorgeous Princess Creamy Beamy plays to its author's liking of chubbies and/or hot women who gorge themselves.
  • Loserz has fetish after fetish after fetish after well you get the idea.
  • Veena has a nice little spanking scene. In another storyline, Veena gives a mercy lay to a rape ghost. And then there's... whatever this is.
  • I can't be the only one for whom Kimiko's current form in Dresden Codak inspires thoughts it shouldn't. Though, on a less blackmail-worthy theme, she looks good in dungarees.
    • Actually I was too busy saying "Holy!!!!" and cropping the picture of said form for my current Desktop :D.
    • The outfits in the two "Dungeons and Discourse" strips are pretty hot too. Please note that they have her covered fully, and still contrive to be hot. And the print...!
    • My, miss Ross, what a Sexy Back you have. Also, nice tabard. In fact, Mr. Diaz really likes dressing Kimiko up.
    • This troper adds himself to this list as well. Even when clothed, Ms. Ross has a fine figure.
      • Exactly like this contributor's wife, except she paints her (blonde) hair red instead of black. I know, I know. Thank you.
  • How many furry fetishists read Freefall? How many were furry fetishists before reading Freefall?
    • It's curious how a very non-sexualized furry is one of the most attractive I've seen. I suppose what's uncommon is desirable...
      • The gratuitous shower scenes look like fanservice to me.
      • But Florence Ambrose has no boobs. She's an anatomically accurate furry who happens to have at least 5 pairs of nipples. We know this thanks to Helix' "PG-13 eyes".
      • Still has a nicebutt.
    • Her compulsion to obey direct orders from humans arises directly from the plot and was not likely intended as fetish fuel, but for the mind control fans out there it certainly can be.
      • Along with the fact that certain chemical scents can supposedly change her personality to a more marketable direction. Thankfully she was never subjected to any, but the Fetish Fuel possibility remains.
    • How many of those are Florence fetishists?
  • In the short-lived comic Omake Omatsuri (Omake Festival) one of the main characters wears some sexy outfits for the holiday strips. the 2002 strip was a Sexy Santa Dress, and the 2003 strip was a form-fitting sweater (it looks like a Homemade Sweater From Hell, but just look closer).
  • This image.◊ There's just something hot about a girl who looks as if she's been through hell.
  • While Friendly Hostility is full of things that make Yaoi Fangirls happy, this comic brought something special for the bondage/dominance fans — just look at Derringer in panel 2! Many readers also reported squiggly feelings from reading this comic, although that one was likely intentional.
  • Abe & Kroenen— mmm, hand-blades. Not to mention the fact that both of the starring action figure's characters are fetish fuel goldmines all their own.
  • Keychain Of Creation had a scene which featured the giant robot Cat Girl Nova taking a very keen interest in Perky Goth Secret, and deciding to "study" her... by grappling her with cables from her wrist and swallowing her whole.
  • In one of the guest comics in Scary Go Round, Shelley grows into a giantess. What's "scary" is that the way it is done, you could easily confuse it with some of the comics posted on Giantess City or The Process.
  • By the Holy Den Mother, where to start with Terinu?
    • You've got a sexy, occasionally shirtless furry male (in a hospital bed no less, so add hurt/comfort to the mix) and his girlfriend.
    • A teenaged human drawn so she has actual hips and abs without looking like a pencil. Under normal circumstances she likes tight jeans and midriff-baring tops. Then she gets dressed in what she not-so-fondly calls the "Exotic Dancer Barbie" outfit by the villains, along with a slightly less cute grey-skinned alien girl for company.
    • There's also a female Space Pirate who dresses in an armored, sleeveless corset and has a boy toy hanging about.
    • Another alien woman who likes Daisy Dukes and walking around in public barefoot.
    • And then there's Terinu himself. Who tends to get involuntarily stripped naked or half-naked an awful lot for a fifteen year-old kid.
  • Dan And Mabs Furry Adventures has plenty of this. Lots of more-or-less furry species for the fans. Incubi and succubi who can shapeshift (complete with tentacles), read minds, and feed off emotions. Interspecies relationships that sometimes actually result in kids. And all drawn in a style that makes virtually every character look attractive, cute, or both at once — even most of the villains, inasmuch as those exist. (For example, Kria Soulstealer may be an ax-crazy demoness whose first answer to most problems seems to be 'I know, let's kill something!', but she's also doing her best to be a good mother to her daughter Lorenda... and you can't deny that she's still pretty darn hot. Even Dark Pegasus, Dan's sort-of archnemesis and Kria's brother, manages to pull off a kind of 'darkly handsome'.)
  • This page of Bite Me! is... unashamedly... really hot. Between Claire's over-eagerness, and somewhat... whimsical personality, and Lucien's gentleman-snarker attitude, the combination of the two is pretty damn fine. Whoof. (Plus, I know more than one fangirl who'd be all too willing to let Robespierre autograph her thigh...◊)
    • And somebody out there could probably come up with a filthy filthy use for someone who can be decapitated and not die. Plus. vampires. Did I mention vampires? Hot, sexy, histrionic Anne Rice vampires at one point, too.
  • Kagerou: The battle between Kano and Monster. Monster was already Stripperiffic to begin with, but who knew blood could look so good on the outside? (Note: this is late in the battle; it gradually builds up to this.)
  • Form-fitting, identity-covering high-tech spy catsuit. Oh my, Afterlife Blues, please say this is just the start.
  • This Troper never had any interest in furry fetish until reading Lackadaisy. And now... Mitzi. Just... Mitzi.
    • This Troper prefers Viktor. That smoldering look is just too much.
    • For me it's Zib. Particularly when the whole deadpan facade cracks or crumbles entirely, like on the Blood-Money page. And in the following, getting arrested, and gently roasted by someone who could cause him a lot more trouble.
  • The prison scenes from Looking For Group, not least Pella's role in the escape. Who says dwarven women can't be sexy?
    • This troper and several other fangirls she knows Squee over Tavor's hair. Why a Skunk Stripe is such a turn on for us all is beyond this troper, not that she cares...
    • Surely this troper isn't the only one who is attracted to a muscular woman working a smithy?
  • In Sluggy Freelance, Gwynn is dressed in a leotard and fishnet stockings, then has every part of her body above her waist transported to another dimension. Her bottom half continues to walk around with a tray full of beer mugs resting where her torso used to be. Riff refers to her as, "A perfect woman!"
  • The Cyantian Chronicles: It's a Furry Comic. And Tiffany draws Cheesecake and Beefcake shots of characters for desktop images from time to time. Thankfully, it's understated.
  • Demon Candy: Parallel.A world of Demons, Fallen Angels and BDSM, a young hero tries to win back his soul from the Succubus Queen. He's just gotta survive her lessons that throw him into Bondage, D/s, S/M, Petplay, TG, and Sissification, all found in the hilarious DCP.
  • Sequential Art has a lot of this, if you're into that sort of thing: Art's anthropomorphic cat roommate, who is developing a crush on him and has a rivalry with a bunny-girl; the ditzy, often-naked squirrel-girl Scarlet (and her sisters, who move in later); well, you get the idea.
  • There's just something about Tiffany in Precocious (another Furry Comic)... She's spacey, an abstract artist, and has the potential to commit mass murder. On top of that she's a calico cat. Plus, she is "exceedingly cute!"
    • This troper has just read the blog of the maker of Precocious...he's more than a little mortified by the post above this one 0_0
    • Hell most of the adult female cast. Special mention to Bud's mom, who appariently keeps a naked bodypaint portrait in the living room (never seen).
    • I can't believe they're talking about Tiffany when Autumn wears that Catholic schoolgirl outfit (no I am not serious).
  • Exterminatus Now, a Warhammer40000-Sonic the Hedgehog crossover (Better Than It Sounds), occasionally descends into outright pandering.
  • Tally Road. Furry? Check. Furry with detailed nonhuman anatomy? um yeah. Plus bondage? Sure. While suspended from elaborate arrangements of shackles and pulleys and spread-eagled in midair? OK, that last detail qualifies for this trope bigtime... does anybody even HAVE suspended by wires fetishes?
  • Fans! has more than a little focus on the romantic activities of the (human!) characters. However...
    • Post-timeskip Shanna, her catsuit open to her navel, sprawled on Bumblebee's hood, ordering Will to "Less talky-talky, more takey-takey." This troper is female, was sitting down at the time, and still went weak in the knees.
    • Alisin was pretty heavily into the BDSM lifestyle before the timeskip. The flashback to her apparent seduction/corruption of Keith Feddyg was... erotic. And maybe rape. But mostly erotic. She's also been seen seducing guys into banging each other.
    • Rikk. Ally. Rumi. That is all.
  • All of Leather, Whip, Spank, Lesbian, Dominatrix filled webcomic, Collar 6.
    • The ONLY reason Collar 6 doesn't have its own Fetish Fuel page is because literally every panel of every strip qualifies.
      • Well, that and the massive Fan Dumb would fill it up within a week.
  • Sarah of Weregeek is your standard shy geek girl, with huge glasses and a tendency to wear lots of layers that obscure her slightly-plumper-than-average figure, which can be attractive in and of itself. In-game, however, her characters do a complete 180 on personality. Her Shadowrun character is a catsuited Action Girl, while her Vampire LARP character is aggressive and dresses to make good use of her, ahem, generous assets. Sarah narrowly edges out some of her own characters for overall sexiness simply because she's the one who comes up with the others, and all the potential of applying that roleplaying expertise... elsewhere.
    • Abbie, the hyperactive cute girl.
  • Anyone with an Amazon fetish should really check out The Challanges Of Zona
  • A Girl And Her Fed. For the love of god, look at the premise! To say nothing of the sapient koala and references to ghost-sex.
  • Concession, where to start?
    • Joel and Nicole are into bondage.
    • Matt has a rather embarrassing babyfur fetish.
      • As does Nicole.
    • And that's just stuff some of the characters are into, it's really hard to keep track of all the kinky stuff that shows up.
      • Just for starters, Joel's spirit form has tentacles.
      • The scene where he psychically raped Father Tim gave this troper some guilty shivery feelings.
    • Chelsie has the Lolicon and Shotacon fetishists covered.
    • It's not as clear but there's also quite a bit weight gain/fatfur fetish going on with Rick and the plus-size model agency he eventually works for.
    • Far less clear is Roland's gas mask fetish, which is barely hinted at with his art exhibit, and could be written off as speculation if not for Word of God.
    • And of course there is also a LOT of crossdressing going on by the end.
  • Shortpacked has loads and loads of Ho Yay, especially amongst the actually gay characters. Robin is a Fetish Fuel Station Attendant, trying to cause Fetish Fuel all the time. One arc was Ethan and the Author Avatar fighting each other in yellow liquid with their shirts off, with a very appreciative Robin watching. Then, there's this.
  • Sonichu tries this constantly, but fails miserably. However, some of the troll art of Mary Lee Walsh...damn, she's threatening to turn this troper into a lesbian. Mmf. Words can not describe how hard I'd hit it.
  • Hanna Is Not A Boys Name: Everyone's a necrophile for {...}. NO EXCEPTIONS.
    • Doc Worth. Let's cover the good stuff: he's Australian. His doctor's coat has a fur trim. He wanted to be a doctor solely for the power over whether someone lives or dies. And he's a masochist with lotsa scars from where he cuts himself and gets off on it. I'll be in my bunk.
    • {...} isn't exactly bad-looking [when] [he] [was] [alive].
  • Homestuck had a shot of the Black Queen's hips in this update. It was fuel for many.
    • Also, every troll is bisexual.
    • Speaking of the Black Queen, this straight-identifying troper is very confused by her reaction to this.
    • Marquise Spinneret Mindfang is certainly one of the sexier characters in the comic. Of course, that's not too hard considering what little we've seen of her.
  • Blur The Lines, a web comic about gay chubs and chasers, has quite a few examples of Fetish Fuel. In addition to all of the chubby characters featured in the comic, there are leather daddies, erotic eating, a gay Santa Claus, and (spoiler tagged for your sake) various substances eaten or mentioned as being eaten out of another man's anus. (That last one has be Fetish Fuel for someone.)
  • I found both Ozy And Millie's moms to be quite the foxes.
    • The webcomic artist herself did a Rule Thirty Four of Millie. The location escapes me, though.
      • WTH?? She's only ten years old!
  • Molly and Galatea from The Inexplicable Adventures Of Bob. One's an Innocent Fanservice Girl and the other's a Woobie Destroyer Of Worlds. Just watch Molly Show Some Leg to flag down a ride.
  • Eerie Cuties features come pretty standard fanservice, but early on Breast Expansion fans get a lttle treat when the resident succubus undergoes puberty. The hottest thing to happen in the story has to be when the whole school starts getting transformed into big-breasted blonde bimbos, appealing to a lot of fetishes.
  • I can't be the only person here who finds Bleedman's work a turnon can I? Yeah, I know but as long as it remains in the realm of fantasy I feel no, or at least minimal, guilt.
  • Although this comic was depicted as a 'nightmare' for the character, I personally would be thrilled by such a dream.
  • The succubi from Oglaf. Two Bald Women Horny Devils with the Most Common Superpower, Sexy Back and Baby Got Back. They're in chains, (also) hairless "down there", have to be oiled twice a day, so they don't get dry If You Know What I Mean, apparently get extra excited when oiled and start to exchange very passionate kisses - and more...
    • Like somebody said about Menage A 3 a ways up the page, I thought this was aboutsubtext. Oglaf just has text.
  • I don't even have a micro/giantess/size-changing-in-general fetish (at least, not normally...) and I still noticed heavy Fetish Fuel overtones from the Aspect Corsets in Problem Sleuth. Probably because Nervous Broad and Hysterical Dame found them in a sleazy brothel, and then proceeded to wear them while stripping for the Gentlemen. (Literally stripping paint, but it had all the attendant tropes of a private strip show.)
  • Knights-Errant is, in my opinion, almost guaranteed to give one a thing for badass guys with facial scars. Hot badass guys with facial scars. As well as somewhat unhinged ones (read: Wilfrid) - I mean, I don't usually like characters with more than a dash of crazy, but the way he swings between cheerful and completely terrifying is strangely fascinating. Oh, and the fact that it seems Wil first takes an interest in Oswald when he sees him beating the shit out of Anton. Kadeen - a possible runner for the title of Only Sane Man - is also quite frankly gorgeous. And a badass. Between the both of them this troper realised that there is no logical reason - other than pure laziness - for her own characters in faux medieval/fantasy settings to just be vaguely Caucasian. Which isn't so much fetish fuel as epiphany fuel, but there you have it. Oh, but back to fetish fuel - that webcomic has totally cemented the thing I have for non-skinny/weedy males in their twenties or older.
  • King Adelaine from TwoKinds. [1]I do not care if it makes me a furry, everything about her is just so... beautiful. Though taking her personality and position into consideration (and the fact that she would most likely be at least two feet taller than me), it could be said that my feelings are more courtly than sexual in nature.
  • I'm amazed that Spinnerette hasn't been mentioned yet, as it's filled to the brink with fetish fuel. The main character is a cute, ditzy, geeky superheroine with a killer body in spandex, six arms, superhuman strength and the ability to shoot web from just above her butt (she even hides her arms under her sweater, pretending to be overweight to protect her identity). Her best friend is a seductive, Indian beauty who's also a deadpan snarker. Then there's the ass-kicking Asian girl in a maid-themed robosuit who's actually a woobie, a French (well, technically Canadian) cat-girl in uniform with nine tails, both a male and female werewolf (the latter of which has three heads), an overweight woman in lederhosen with control over gravity ... I could keep going.
  • Blade Bunny is a miniskirted ninja bunnygirl who has had bad experiences with tentacles in the past. She had an ex boyfriend who was a bondage enthusiast, her nudity taboo is easily distracted and she is currently traveling with a naive woman who she has accused of being "really too into tying me up".
  • Oh, god, Heartcore. The main character is a succubus who just pours on the fetish tropes (after being exiled from hell and having to go to the human world, her new outfit involves a sweater with detached sleeves, while earlier outfits were either painted-on or pimped-out), and if that's not your thing, there's a gag-boobed meganekko and a twintailed pettanko, not to mention the main character's far-more-helpless sister.
  • Ya know... Big Ears from Goblins is pretty damn buff. And he's about to do something badass, HELL YES.
  • I think Tycho from Penny Arcade is hot (but when it comes to personality, I prefer Gabe all the way), and I have a fetish for hot guys urinating, so this is my favorite strip when it comes to sexy PA strips. Damn, Tycho is sexy when he's peeing. Also, if you look really closely, you can see his (and the other guy's) pee hitting the bottom of the urinal.
  • Nothing about Niels and Gang ? Seriously ? I think the entire point of the comic isfetish fuel .

  1. especially when heavy-on-the-deadpan Deadpan Snarking.

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