Valerie D'Orazio has written a lot about comics and sex as part of Occasional Superheroine. But not really the kind of material one can, um, use on a journey to bring oneself to issue, as it were. More about abuse, threats, violence and internal injuries.
Her boyfriend David Gallaher writes less about sex in High Moon for Zuda. But, you know, it's there.
And odds are, they probably have sex together. Possibly while reading comics, possibly on top of comics, I don't know, I've never asked.
And sadly neither did Penthouse Magazine, who just ran a feature on comics, sex, people who have sex in comics and people in comics who have sex.
Amongst the people they talked to were David and Valerie. David told the pornographic magazine "She was this cute blonde, and I was just captivated by what she had to say" and reports that "D'Orazio says she made a silent bargain with God that she would never ask for anything again if she could get with Gallaher."
And that their first date consisted of seeing Ghost Rider.
Enjoy more astonishment at the links between words, pictures and getting it on, in the article here. See, you can just read it just for that.