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Priscilla is a woman with needs, and her inventor husband Robert is a little too busy with his experiments to keep xyf fully satisfied. Science to the rescue!
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With a few gears and springs, the proper appendages, a little lubrication, and a lot of love, Chester is born! He’s the perfect tool for the job Hardcoverpages. Chester XVY 1. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
To ask other readers questions about Chester XYVplease sign up. Lists with This Book. Jan 18, Sarah rated it really liked it Shelves: I’m still fairly new to graphic novels in general and definitely ones of the erotic variety but I somehow stumbled across the website and ended up devouring this book and the sequel!
This is the story of Priscilla, her inventor husband Robert, and Chester, the sexbot he builds to cater to her needs when he is busy working. Priscilla is fed up with being neglected by her husband and with the loyal sexbot doting on her both in and out of the bedroom she soon finds herself falling in love with Chester.
Robert wasn’t anticipating this turn of events and he’s not exactly happy about it either but you’ll have to read the comic for yourself to find out what he does about it. They’re the kind of drawings you appreciate more the longer you look at them as you notice the clever little details like the way she’ll blend Pricilla’s hair into the curling pattern at the boarder or how she uses a fisheye lens to draw attention to certain details.
There is no dialogue, in fact the only words are a few sound effects along the way so reading this is a lot like watching an old silent movie and that fits in with the feel of the Victorian Steampunk nature of the story perfectly.
The romance is surprisingly sweet considering it’s between a human and a robot as well as being incredibly erotic. Read for free online at Jess Fink’s website Mar 31, Wollstonecrafthomegirl rated it really liked it Shelves: Scoffed, I say [but been secretly intrigued]. It has about thirty words in it: So, I guess this review is about the story and the art, which I thought were inventive and fun.
The perspective of some of the scenes? Definitely reading the sequel. Jul 10, Kevin Hogan rated it really liked it. It is a tricky thing to tell a story without words. This story isn’t entirely without words — there are sound effects. And periodic technical diagrams. The story is cute, and pornographic. There are twists and turns and It’s really well told. The craft level is high. Jun 19, Kristen Burns rated it liked it Shelves: This was like this interesting cross between steampunk, silent film, and pornsteampunk because it was about a woman and her sex robot, silent film because there were no chdster, and porn cchester it was EXPLICIT.
I cannot understate how so very explicit it was. I’m not sure how to write this review though because, while the comic wasn’t quite for me, I don’t want to stop anyone else who’s interested from reading it. Despite all the explicitness, there was a kind o 2.
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Despite all the explicitness, there was a kind of a cute little romance story in there, but I say “kind of” because there are different ways to view the story, and, well My favorite character was Robert, the husband who was somewhat villainized because he was supposedly too busy with work to be fair, he wasn’t actually made out to be the villain in the end.
But the way I saw it, Priscilla seemed to have an insatiable appetite for sex, which, for the record, is not the same as love, and I could understand why Robert built her a robothe never would’ve gotten anything done otherwise!
And just because he didn’t want sex as often, that didn’t make him a bad person. Also, even though some of Robert’s actions weren’t so great, he was the one who created Chester, and the whole reason he created him was to try and make his wife happy because he cared about her.
And, I mean, cyester wife fell in love with someone else, so I could understand why he got upset. So what I’m saying is, maybe Robert was a good man who just didn’t know how to be the husband he wanted to be he did seem kind of unhappy. Or maybe he was a good man who was just in a marriage with the wrong person. Or maybe I’m reading entirely too much into a silly, absurd, erotic comic about a love interest who had mechanical genitals and a special nose piece that worked as a tongue since he had no mouth.
I was totally NOT reading xtv much into it! The second book added so much depth and backstory about Xyc and their marriage.
The whole thing was silly, but it was meant to be. The absurdity of some of the robot’s sexual abilities made me laugh, everyone 5000 a happy ending at the end, and it was fun for a bit of fluffy distraction especially since xyg can read it for free on the author’s site. And the little April Fool’s Day mini comic she created after which can be found on her website a genderswapped version named Chesty was absolutely hilarious!
I have now read Vol.
So if this sounds even remotely good to you, don’t let my 2. This review is based on the webcomic. Other formats may have differences I am not aware of. Anyone who wants a story that’s a little silly, a lot erotic, but ultimately xyvv, fun, and sweet.
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Anyone who wants to try something that is like a comic, steampunk, silent film, and porn all rolled into one. Chesterr Review Metaphors and Moonlight Mar 11, Romane rated it it was amazing Shelves: I am really surprised. The cover looks wholesome to me, and then when I opened it Bam! Jess Fink really knows her thing when it comes to creating very sexy comic panels. Chester XYV is a comic cjester about Victorian romance that blurs the line between chfster and pornography.
Well, don’t judge just yet. If you read the book further on to the core you’ll see how magnificently the artwork has been done. A catchy and entertaining book. Feb 14, Henrik rated it really liked it. Victorian-steampunk-robo-love-sex-erotica without any actual text. It reads a bit like a silent movie, and it does it incredibly well. This is a beautiful piece of art, and a lovely story about sex, love, science, sex, work, betrayal, sex, forgivness, sex, sex, love and a bit of sex.
I loved this as a webcomic cchester I love xtv as a book. Nothing like a good old bisexual Victorian orgy with a sex robot, after all. Mar 04, Eric Mesa rated it liked it Shelves: The old cliche is that no one watches porn cheeter the story. But books and comics have always had the ability to be more cutting edge; perhaps because the budget is so much smaller, making the stakes dhester.
It starts off with the unusual setting of steampunk Victorian times. While I’m sure tons of erotic fiction has been written to take place in Victorian times, it’s still a fascinating period considering the attitudes of gender roles and sex a The old chesster is that no one watches porn for the story. While I’m sure tons of erotic fiction has been written to take place in Victorian times, it’s still a fascinating period considering the attitudes of gender roles and sex at 500 time.
But what I think really makes this book special is it’s lack of dialog. There’s something special about a silent comic that requires extra emotion to be cheter with half of what makes up a comic missing. Outside of that, there’s the story which tells the tale of newlyweds who seem to be sexually incompatible. It’s a story chewter serves as more than just the motivator for the sex, it is also a story about the need for better communication in a story with dialog.
And, for extra fun, it had the classic question of whether robots can love and be like humans. I can think of a few Goodreads friends who would probably enjoy this book – like Karen B.
But if you’re not afraid of dirty pictures, it’s a great, fun little story. Oct 06, Bryan rated it really liked it Shelves: Not once did the thought of Robby wanting to have sex with Anne ever cross my mind. This book is very cute even though it is very sexually explicit. I personally was crushing on the inventor. He is gorgeous so I was a little upset by some of his actions throughout the story. I wished Fink would have had some dialogue at certain areas of this story because it could have definitely elevated the story a bit.
Even silent films would have the occasional dialogue frame.