Sex Criminals, Vol. 5: Five-Fingered Discount

Sex Criminals, Vol. 5: Five-Fingered Discount

Suzie and Jon have that special something?when they have sex, they freeze time and do crimes. Well?they HAD that special something. In the aftermath of what would appear to be a breakup, where do our two love-crazy time-freezing sex-having bank robbers go? REBOUND AHOY! Also everything gets more dangerous and complicated? But it's okay. Collects SEX CRIMINALS #21-25...

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Title:Sex Criminals, Vol. 5: Five-Fingered Discount
Author:Matt Fraction
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:https://imagecomics.com/comics/releases/sex-criminals-vol.-5-five-fingered-discount-tp
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Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:128 pages pages

Sex Criminals, Vol. 5: Five-Fingered Discount Reviews

  • Nina
    Aug 31, 2018

    Jon and Suze have broken up. She?s moved back to her mom?s place only to discover her mother?s gotten wayyyy too sexual in her retirement, while he?s moved in with a bisexual lady who he?s in an open relationship with. So they?re both still messes! Meanwhile the villainous ...

    This was quite weird even for this series. But I have grown very fond of Jon and Suzy and I will miss them when it's all over. ...

    Sex Criminals keeps being one of my all-time favourite comics, and this new (penultimate!) volume may easily be the best one yet since volume 2. Not much to say without spoiling stuff, but characters go through some very sincere emotional experiences that have been building up towards ...

    I have NO IDEA what is going on in Sex Criminals, Vol. 5: Five Fingered Discount. ** Spoilers ahead ** Of course, I don't remember what happened in Fourgy either but how did Jon end up in Cumworld? There are so many bizarre, unbelievable subplots that make absolutely no se...

    WHAT THE FUCK HAPPENED WITH THE HUMOR IN THIS COMIC BOOK? This use to be hilarious, but now it's painfully slow and not funny at all. There's a few jokes here and there, but it's background stuff. I hate to admit this, but I'm only reading this comic book to see naked people these days...

    This series keeps devolving further and further into utter strangeness, but I will never stop reading. The story in this volume wasn?t all that compelling, imo, but it?s so witty and funny. ...

    Once upon a time, this was a book about criminals who had lots of sex. Then artificial roadblocks were introduced for dramatic effect resulting in less sex and less crime. This volume removes some of those obstacles as a large number of the cast starts to come together, but not for cri...

    I'm confident that the story would have been better without the magical elements. I know that's sort of the "point", the gimmick of it, but I find it to be the weakest element. The plot with the sex police has been awful for the last three volumes. I wish we could just strip the narrat...

    Fraction and Zdasrsky always manage to produce beautiful human narratives in these books, and Volume 5 reminded why I enjoy this series so much. That's not to say that this volume was perfect the pace was at times too meandering, and, much like previous two volumes, by the end I was le...

    So you've just blown a load. It's all over the place. You don't know what to do with yourself. And then your mum walks in. She's waiting for a response. So what do you do? You start dancing. You pull an Ashlee Simpson from that SNL act and start frantically dancing like the dopi...

    Ugh, a whole volume dedicated to Jon and Suzie moping after their breakup just so they can get back together? That's rom-com trite and predictable. The writing is still razor sharp but I thought Fraction and Zdarsky were better than this. ...

    At this point in the relationship, we know what to expect fromSex Criminals - lots of sex and drawings of penises, but also, some vaguely meaningful commentary on relationships and intimacy. And even when we don't get either of those things, we're getting hilarious visual gags and ...

    I liked this a lot better than the last one, which made me feel like the series was starting to become aimless and no fun. It's still not as purely fun here as it was in the first two volumes, but a lot of things were course corrected, and the last couple of pages were great. Suzie...

    I forgot to rate this one, so I had a lot of time in-between to think (and to forget the details). For me, Sex Criminals needn't be that horrible. But sadly, it's a mixture of disparate elements. Comedy, drama, satire, parody, action (and none of them actually match the other), art tha...

    Here is the thing about Fraction and Zdarsky's SEX CRIMINALS. . . I like it, but I sometimes get the feeling that it wants me to root for Jon and Suzy to be together. . . but they are awful for each other and I'd rather read about them as exes than a couple. So the romantic reunion ...

    Remember when this series was funny? ...

    Man, this is actually breaking my brain and my heart. For all of the wildcard silliness, this meditation on how even seemingly healthy relationships can be doomed by weird insecurities is messing me up good. ...

    This fucking book. ...

    Ahh finally. They've got back together ? ...

    This one was all right, but it's also been long enough since I read the others that I've totally forgotten the powers of all the characters except the main ones, and them using their powers in this volume did not make any clearer what those powers actually were. I had also completely f...

    I don't know, man. I still love the art and humor of Sex Criminals, but I have absolutely no idea what's going on in this volume. The back cover tells me that Suzie and Jon have broken up - I remembered that much at least from previous volumes. But now there are dozens of other charact...

    I had trouble remembering the relationship of all the characters because it had been too long since my last read of this title. Which ultimately is why I read any title, although the sex related peripherals and background stuff is clever and as explicit as anything I see or read. (It m...

    This volume felt like a bunch of wheel-spinning, because it was light on the Sex and super-light on the Crimes. Instead, we get about four issues of relationships. What are our protagonists doing now that they're broken up? And will they get back together? We'll inevitably find out...

    Alas, Sex Criminals has hit a bit of a lull. Five Fingered Discount is definitely a bridging volume, setting everything up for action yet to come. There's not a lot of action or plot movement, but hopefully that gets better in volume 6. ...

    Maybe my favorite volume so far. There's a lot going on here about letting go vs. holding on, and, as usual, the boys find some deeply moving answers among the usual family-unfriendly puns. ...

  • Ashley
    Oct 30, 2018

    Jon and Suze have broken up. She?s moved back to her mom?s place only to discover her mother?s gotten wayyyy too sexual in her retirement, while he?s moved in with a bisexual lady who he?s in an open relationship with. So they?re both still messes! Meanwhile the villainous ...

    This was quite weird even for this series. But I have grown very fond of Jon and Suzy and I will miss them when it's all over. ...

    Sex Criminals keeps being one of my all-time favourite comics, and this new (penultimate!) volume may easily be the best one yet since volume 2. Not much to say without spoiling stuff, but characters go through some very sincere emotional experiences that have been building up towards ...

    I have NO IDEA what is going on in Sex Criminals, Vol. 5: Five Fingered Discount. ** Spoilers ahead ** Of course, I don't remember what happened in Fourgy either but how did Jon end up in Cumworld? There are so many bizarre, unbelievable subplots that make absolutely no se...

    WHAT THE FUCK HAPPENED WITH THE HUMOR IN THIS COMIC BOOK? This use to be hilarious, but now it's painfully slow and not funny at all. There's a few jokes here and there, but it's background stuff. I hate to admit this, but I'm only reading this comic book to see naked people these days...

    This series keeps devolving further and further into utter strangeness, but I will never stop reading. The story in this volume wasn?t all that compelling, imo, but it?s so witty and funny. ...

    Once upon a time, this was a book about criminals who had lots of sex. Then artificial roadblocks were introduced for dramatic effect resulting in less sex and less crime. This volume removes some of those obstacles as a large number of the cast starts to come together, but not for cri...

    I'm confident that the story would have been better without the magical elements. I know that's sort of the "point", the gimmick of it, but I find it to be the weakest element. The plot with the sex police has been awful for the last three volumes. I wish we could just strip the narrat...

    Fraction and Zdasrsky always manage to produce beautiful human narratives in these books, and Volume 5 reminded why I enjoy this series so much. That's not to say that this volume was perfect the pace was at times too meandering, and, much like previous two volumes, by the end I was le...

    So you've just blown a load. It's all over the place. You don't know what to do with yourself. And then your mum walks in. She's waiting for a response. So what do you do? You start dancing. You pull an Ashlee Simpson from that SNL act and start frantically dancing like the dopi...

    Ugh, a whole volume dedicated to Jon and Suzie moping after their breakup just so they can get back together? That's rom-com trite and predictable. The writing is still razor sharp but I thought Fraction and Zdarsky were better than this. ...

    At this point in the relationship, we know what to expect fromSex Criminals - lots of sex and drawings of penises, but also, some vaguely meaningful commentary on relationships and intimacy. And even when we don't get either of those things, we're getting hilarious visual gags and ...

    I liked this a lot better than the last one, which made me feel like the series was starting to become aimless and no fun. It's still not as purely fun here as it was in the first two volumes, but a lot of things were course corrected, and the last couple of pages were great. Suzie...

  • Julie Ehlers
    Sep 19, 2018

    Jon and Suze have broken up. She?s moved back to her mom?s place only to discover her mother?s gotten wayyyy too sexual in her retirement, while he?s moved in with a bisexual lady who he?s in an open relationship with. So they?re both still messes! Meanwhile the villainous ...

    This was quite weird even for this series. But I have grown very fond of Jon and Suzy and I will miss them when it's all over. ...

  • Jake
    Feb 25, 2019

    Jon and Suze have broken up. She?s moved back to her mom?s place only to discover her mother?s gotten wayyyy too sexual in her retirement, while he?s moved in with a bisexual lady who he?s in an open relationship with. So they?re both still messes! Meanwhile the villainous ...

    This was quite weird even for this series. But I have grown very fond of Jon and Suzy and I will miss them when it's all over. ...

    Sex Criminals keeps being one of my all-time favourite comics, and this new (penultimate!) volume may easily be the best one yet since volume 2. Not much to say without spoiling stuff, but characters go through some very sincere emotional experiences that have been building up towards ...

    I have NO IDEA what is going on in Sex Criminals, Vol. 5: Five Fingered Discount. ** Spoilers ahead ** Of course, I don't remember what happened in Fourgy either but how did Jon end up in Cumworld? There are so many bizarre, unbelievable subplots that make absolutely no se...

    WHAT THE FUCK HAPPENED WITH THE HUMOR IN THIS COMIC BOOK? This use to be hilarious, but now it's painfully slow and not funny at all. There's a few jokes here and there, but it's background stuff. I hate to admit this, but I'm only reading this comic book to see naked people these days...

    This series keeps devolving further and further into utter strangeness, but I will never stop reading. The story in this volume wasn?t all that compelling, imo, but it?s so witty and funny. ...

    Once upon a time, this was a book about criminals who had lots of sex. Then artificial roadblocks were introduced for dramatic effect resulting in less sex and less crime. This volume removes some of those obstacles as a large number of the cast starts to come together, but not for cri...

    I'm confident that the story would have been better without the magical elements. I know that's sort of the "point", the gimmick of it, but I find it to be the weakest element. The plot with the sex police has been awful for the last three volumes. I wish we could just strip the narrat...

    Fraction and Zdasrsky always manage to produce beautiful human narratives in these books, and Volume 5 reminded why I enjoy this series so much. That's not to say that this volume was perfect the pace was at times too meandering, and, much like previous two volumes, by the end I was le...

    So you've just blown a load. It's all over the place. You don't know what to do with yourself. And then your mum walks in. She's waiting for a response. So what do you do? You start dancing. You pull an Ashlee Simpson from that SNL act and start frantically dancing like the dopi...

    Ugh, a whole volume dedicated to Jon and Suzie moping after their breakup just so they can get back together? That's rom-com trite and predictable. The writing is still razor sharp but I thought Fraction and Zdarsky were better than this. ...

    At this point in the relationship, we know what to expect fromSex Criminals - lots of sex and drawings of penises, but also, some vaguely meaningful commentary on relationships and intimacy. And even when we don't get either of those things, we're getting hilarious visual gags and ...

    I liked this a lot better than the last one, which made me feel like the series was starting to become aimless and no fun. It's still not as purely fun here as it was in the first two volumes, but a lot of things were course corrected, and the last couple of pages were great. Suzie...

    I forgot to rate this one, so I had a lot of time in-between to think (and to forget the details). For me, Sex Criminals needn't be that horrible. But sadly, it's a mixture of disparate elements. Comedy, drama, satire, parody, action (and none of them actually match the other), art tha...

    Here is the thing about Fraction and Zdarsky's SEX CRIMINALS. . . I like it, but I sometimes get the feeling that it wants me to root for Jon and Suzy to be together. . . but they are awful for each other and I'd rather read about them as exes than a couple. So the romantic reunion ...

    Remember when this series was funny? ...

    Man, this is actually breaking my brain and my heart. For all of the wildcard silliness, this meditation on how even seemingly healthy relationships can be doomed by weird insecurities is messing me up good. ...

  • Amanda
    Jan 16, 2019

    Jon and Suze have broken up. She?s moved back to her mom?s place only to discover her mother?s gotten wayyyy too sexual in her retirement, while he?s moved in with a bisexual lady who he?s in an open relationship with. So they?re both still messes! Meanwhile the villainous ...

    This was quite weird even for this series. But I have grown very fond of Jon and Suzy and I will miss them when it's all over. ...

    Sex Criminals keeps being one of my all-time favourite comics, and this new (penultimate!) volume may easily be the best one yet since volume 2. Not much to say without spoiling stuff, but characters go through some very sincere emotional experiences that have been building up towards ...

    I have NO IDEA what is going on in Sex Criminals, Vol. 5: Five Fingered Discount. ** Spoilers ahead ** Of course, I don't remember what happened in Fourgy either but how did Jon end up in Cumworld? There are so many bizarre, unbelievable subplots that make absolutely no se...

    WHAT THE FUCK HAPPENED WITH THE HUMOR IN THIS COMIC BOOK? This use to be hilarious, but now it's painfully slow and not funny at all. There's a few jokes here and there, but it's background stuff. I hate to admit this, but I'm only reading this comic book to see naked people these days...

    This series keeps devolving further and further into utter strangeness, but I will never stop reading. The story in this volume wasn?t all that compelling, imo, but it?s so witty and funny. ...

    Once upon a time, this was a book about criminals who had lots of sex. Then artificial roadblocks were introduced for dramatic effect resulting in less sex and less crime. This volume removes some of those obstacles as a large number of the cast starts to come together, but not for cri...

    I'm confident that the story would have been better without the magical elements. I know that's sort of the "point", the gimmick of it, but I find it to be the weakest element. The plot with the sex police has been awful for the last three volumes. I wish we could just strip the narrat...

    Fraction and Zdasrsky always manage to produce beautiful human narratives in these books, and Volume 5 reminded why I enjoy this series so much. That's not to say that this volume was perfect the pace was at times too meandering, and, much like previous two volumes, by the end I was le...

    So you've just blown a load. It's all over the place. You don't know what to do with yourself. And then your mum walks in. She's waiting for a response. So what do you do? You start dancing. You pull an Ashlee Simpson from that SNL act and start frantically dancing like the dopi...

    Ugh, a whole volume dedicated to Jon and Suzie moping after their breakup just so they can get back together? That's rom-com trite and predictable. The writing is still razor sharp but I thought Fraction and Zdarsky were better than this. ...

    At this point in the relationship, we know what to expect fromSex Criminals - lots of sex and drawings of penises, but also, some vaguely meaningful commentary on relationships and intimacy. And even when we don't get either of those things, we're getting hilarious visual gags and ...

    I liked this a lot better than the last one, which made me feel like the series was starting to become aimless and no fun. It's still not as purely fun here as it was in the first two volumes, but a lot of things were course corrected, and the last couple of pages were great. Suzie...

    I forgot to rate this one, so I had a lot of time in-between to think (and to forget the details). For me, Sex Criminals needn't be that horrible. But sadly, it's a mixture of disparate elements. Comedy, drama, satire, parody, action (and none of them actually match the other), art tha...

    Here is the thing about Fraction and Zdarsky's SEX CRIMINALS. . . I like it, but I sometimes get the feeling that it wants me to root for Jon and Suzy to be together. . . but they are awful for each other and I'd rather read about them as exes than a couple. So the romantic reunion ...

    Remember when this series was funny? ...

    Man, this is actually breaking my brain and my heart. For all of the wildcard silliness, this meditation on how even seemingly healthy relationships can be doomed by weird insecurities is messing me up good. ...

    This fucking book. ...

    Ahh finally. They've got back together ? ...

    This one was all right, but it's also been long enough since I read the others that I've totally forgotten the powers of all the characters except the main ones, and them using their powers in this volume did not make any clearer what those powers actually were. I had also completely f...

    I don't know, man. I still love the art and humor of Sex Criminals, but I have absolutely no idea what's going on in this volume. The back cover tells me that Suzie and Jon have broken up - I remembered that much at least from previous volumes. But now there are dozens of other charact...

    I had trouble remembering the relationship of all the characters because it had been too long since my last read of this title. Which ultimately is why I read any title, although the sex related peripherals and background stuff is clever and as explicit as anything I see or read. (It m...

    This volume felt like a bunch of wheel-spinning, because it was light on the Sex and super-light on the Crimes. Instead, we get about four issues of relationships. What are our protagonists doing now that they're broken up? And will they get back together? We'll inevitably find out...

    Alas, Sex Criminals has hit a bit of a lull. Five Fingered Discount is definitely a bridging volume, setting everything up for action yet to come. There's not a lot of action or plot movement, but hopefully that gets better in volume 6. ...

    Maybe my favorite volume so far. There's a lot going on here about letting go vs. holding on, and, as usual, the boys find some deeply moving answers among the usual family-unfriendly puns. ...

    Spoilers ahead (basically a plot summary so I can remember) -Jon and Suzie are broken up. Suzie moves so she can take a job at a new library. She is dating a guy whose name I can't remember because he is super boring and lame. Jon is dating a woman but they are in an open relationship...

  • Lenny
    Nov 21, 2018

    Jon and Suze have broken up. She?s moved back to her mom?s place only to discover her mother?s gotten wayyyy too sexual in her retirement, while he?s moved in with a bisexual lady who he?s in an open relationship with. So they?re both still messes! Meanwhile the villainous ...

    This was quite weird even for this series. But I have grown very fond of Jon and Suzy and I will miss them when it's all over. ...

    Sex Criminals keeps being one of my all-time favourite comics, and this new (penultimate!) volume may easily be the best one yet since volume 2. Not much to say without spoiling stuff, but characters go through some very sincere emotional experiences that have been building up towards ...

    I have NO IDEA what is going on in Sex Criminals, Vol. 5: Five Fingered Discount. ** Spoilers ahead ** Of course, I don't remember what happened in Fourgy either but how did Jon end up in Cumworld? There are so many bizarre, unbelievable subplots that make absolutely no se...

    WHAT THE FUCK HAPPENED WITH THE HUMOR IN THIS COMIC BOOK? This use to be hilarious, but now it's painfully slow and not funny at all. There's a few jokes here and there, but it's background stuff. I hate to admit this, but I'm only reading this comic book to see naked people these days...

    This series keeps devolving further and further into utter strangeness, but I will never stop reading. The story in this volume wasn?t all that compelling, imo, but it?s so witty and funny. ...

    Once upon a time, this was a book about criminals who had lots of sex. Then artificial roadblocks were introduced for dramatic effect resulting in less sex and less crime. This volume removes some of those obstacles as a large number of the cast starts to come together, but not for cri...

    I'm confident that the story would have been better without the magical elements. I know that's sort of the "point", the gimmick of it, but I find it to be the weakest element. The plot with the sex police has been awful for the last three volumes. I wish we could just strip the narrat...

    Fraction and Zdasrsky always manage to produce beautiful human narratives in these books, and Volume 5 reminded why I enjoy this series so much. That's not to say that this volume was perfect the pace was at times too meandering, and, much like previous two volumes, by the end I was le...

    So you've just blown a load. It's all over the place. You don't know what to do with yourself. And then your mum walks in. She's waiting for a response. So what do you do? You start dancing. You pull an Ashlee Simpson from that SNL act and start frantically dancing like the dopi...

    Ugh, a whole volume dedicated to Jon and Suzie moping after their breakup just so they can get back together? That's rom-com trite and predictable. The writing is still razor sharp but I thought Fraction and Zdarsky were better than this. ...

    At this point in the relationship, we know what to expect fromSex Criminals - lots of sex and drawings of penises, but also, some vaguely meaningful commentary on relationships and intimacy. And even when we don't get either of those things, we're getting hilarious visual gags and ...

  • Osvaldo
    Mar 31, 2019

    Jon and Suze have broken up. She?s moved back to her mom?s place only to discover her mother?s gotten wayyyy too sexual in her retirement, while he?s moved in with a bisexual lady who he?s in an open relationship with. So they?re both still messes! Meanwhile the villainous ...

    This was quite weird even for this series. But I have grown very fond of Jon and Suzy and I will miss them when it's all over. ...

    Sex Criminals keeps being one of my all-time favourite comics, and this new (penultimate!) volume may easily be the best one yet since volume 2. Not much to say without spoiling stuff, but characters go through some very sincere emotional experiences that have been building up towards ...

    I have NO IDEA what is going on in Sex Criminals, Vol. 5: Five Fingered Discount. ** Spoilers ahead ** Of course, I don't remember what happened in Fourgy either but how did Jon end up in Cumworld? There are so many bizarre, unbelievable subplots that make absolutely no se...

    WHAT THE FUCK HAPPENED WITH THE HUMOR IN THIS COMIC BOOK? This use to be hilarious, but now it's painfully slow and not funny at all. There's a few jokes here and there, but it's background stuff. I hate to admit this, but I'm only reading this comic book to see naked people these days...

    This series keeps devolving further and further into utter strangeness, but I will never stop reading. The story in this volume wasn?t all that compelling, imo, but it?s so witty and funny. ...

    Once upon a time, this was a book about criminals who had lots of sex. Then artificial roadblocks were introduced for dramatic effect resulting in less sex and less crime. This volume removes some of those obstacles as a large number of the cast starts to come together, but not for cri...

    I'm confident that the story would have been better without the magical elements. I know that's sort of the "point", the gimmick of it, but I find it to be the weakest element. The plot with the sex police has been awful for the last three volumes. I wish we could just strip the narrat...

    Fraction and Zdasrsky always manage to produce beautiful human narratives in these books, and Volume 5 reminded why I enjoy this series so much. That's not to say that this volume was perfect the pace was at times too meandering, and, much like previous two volumes, by the end I was le...

    So you've just blown a load. It's all over the place. You don't know what to do with yourself. And then your mum walks in. She's waiting for a response. So what do you do? You start dancing. You pull an Ashlee Simpson from that SNL act and start frantically dancing like the dopi...

    Ugh, a whole volume dedicated to Jon and Suzie moping after their breakup just so they can get back together? That's rom-com trite and predictable. The writing is still razor sharp but I thought Fraction and Zdarsky were better than this. ...

    At this point in the relationship, we know what to expect fromSex Criminals - lots of sex and drawings of penises, but also, some vaguely meaningful commentary on relationships and intimacy. And even when we don't get either of those things, we're getting hilarious visual gags and ...

    I liked this a lot better than the last one, which made me feel like the series was starting to become aimless and no fun. It's still not as purely fun here as it was in the first two volumes, but a lot of things were course corrected, and the last couple of pages were great. Suzie...

    I forgot to rate this one, so I had a lot of time in-between to think (and to forget the details). For me, Sex Criminals needn't be that horrible. But sadly, it's a mixture of disparate elements. Comedy, drama, satire, parody, action (and none of them actually match the other), art tha...

    Here is the thing about Fraction and Zdarsky's SEX CRIMINALS. . . I like it, but I sometimes get the feeling that it wants me to root for Jon and Suzy to be together. . . but they are awful for each other and I'd rather read about them as exes than a couple. So the romantic reunion ...

  • Dakota Morgan
    Dec 06, 2018

    Jon and Suze have broken up. She?s moved back to her mom?s place only to discover her mother?s gotten wayyyy too sexual in her retirement, while he?s moved in with a bisexual lady who he?s in an open relationship with. So they?re both still messes! Meanwhile the villainous ...

    This was quite weird even for this series. But I have grown very fond of Jon and Suzy and I will miss them when it's all over. ...

    Sex Criminals keeps being one of my all-time favourite comics, and this new (penultimate!) volume may easily be the best one yet since volume 2. Not much to say without spoiling stuff, but characters go through some very sincere emotional experiences that have been building up towards ...

    I have NO IDEA what is going on in Sex Criminals, Vol. 5: Five Fingered Discount. ** Spoilers ahead ** Of course, I don't remember what happened in Fourgy either but how did Jon end up in Cumworld? There are so many bizarre, unbelievable subplots that make absolutely no se...

    WHAT THE FUCK HAPPENED WITH THE HUMOR IN THIS COMIC BOOK? This use to be hilarious, but now it's painfully slow and not funny at all. There's a few jokes here and there, but it's background stuff. I hate to admit this, but I'm only reading this comic book to see naked people these days...

    This series keeps devolving further and further into utter strangeness, but I will never stop reading. The story in this volume wasn?t all that compelling, imo, but it?s so witty and funny. ...

    Once upon a time, this was a book about criminals who had lots of sex. Then artificial roadblocks were introduced for dramatic effect resulting in less sex and less crime. This volume removes some of those obstacles as a large number of the cast starts to come together, but not for cri...

    I'm confident that the story would have been better without the magical elements. I know that's sort of the "point", the gimmick of it, but I find it to be the weakest element. The plot with the sex police has been awful for the last three volumes. I wish we could just strip the narrat...

    Fraction and Zdasrsky always manage to produce beautiful human narratives in these books, and Volume 5 reminded why I enjoy this series so much. That's not to say that this volume was perfect the pace was at times too meandering, and, much like previous two volumes, by the end I was le...

    So you've just blown a load. It's all over the place. You don't know what to do with yourself. And then your mum walks in. She's waiting for a response. So what do you do? You start dancing. You pull an Ashlee Simpson from that SNL act and start frantically dancing like the dopi...

    Ugh, a whole volume dedicated to Jon and Suzie moping after their breakup just so they can get back together? That's rom-com trite and predictable. The writing is still razor sharp but I thought Fraction and Zdarsky were better than this. ...

    At this point in the relationship, we know what to expect fromSex Criminals - lots of sex and drawings of penises, but also, some vaguely meaningful commentary on relationships and intimacy. And even when we don't get either of those things, we're getting hilarious visual gags and ...

    I liked this a lot better than the last one, which made me feel like the series was starting to become aimless and no fun. It's still not as purely fun here as it was in the first two volumes, but a lot of things were course corrected, and the last couple of pages were great. Suzie...

    I forgot to rate this one, so I had a lot of time in-between to think (and to forget the details). For me, Sex Criminals needn't be that horrible. But sadly, it's a mixture of disparate elements. Comedy, drama, satire, parody, action (and none of them actually match the other), art tha...

    Here is the thing about Fraction and Zdarsky's SEX CRIMINALS. . . I like it, but I sometimes get the feeling that it wants me to root for Jon and Suzy to be together. . . but they are awful for each other and I'd rather read about them as exes than a couple. So the romantic reunion ...

    Remember when this series was funny? ...

    Man, this is actually breaking my brain and my heart. For all of the wildcard silliness, this meditation on how even seemingly healthy relationships can be doomed by weird insecurities is messing me up good. ...

    This fucking book. ...

    Ahh finally. They've got back together ? ...

    This one was all right, but it's also been long enough since I read the others that I've totally forgotten the powers of all the characters except the main ones, and them using their powers in this volume did not make any clearer what those powers actually were. I had also completely f...

    I don't know, man. I still love the art and humor of Sex Criminals, but I have absolutely no idea what's going on in this volume. The back cover tells me that Suzie and Jon have broken up - I remembered that much at least from previous volumes. But now there are dozens of other charact...

  • Ethan
    Feb 14, 2019

    Jon and Suze have broken up. She?s moved back to her mom?s place only to discover her mother?s gotten wayyyy too sexual in her retirement, while he?s moved in with a bisexual lady who he?s in an open relationship with. So they?re both still messes! Meanwhile the villainous ...

    This was quite weird even for this series. But I have grown very fond of Jon and Suzy and I will miss them when it's all over. ...

    Sex Criminals keeps being one of my all-time favourite comics, and this new (penultimate!) volume may easily be the best one yet since volume 2. Not much to say without spoiling stuff, but characters go through some very sincere emotional experiences that have been building up towards ...

    I have NO IDEA what is going on in Sex Criminals, Vol. 5: Five Fingered Discount. ** Spoilers ahead ** Of course, I don't remember what happened in Fourgy either but how did Jon end up in Cumworld? There are so many bizarre, unbelievable subplots that make absolutely no se...

    WHAT THE FUCK HAPPENED WITH THE HUMOR IN THIS COMIC BOOK? This use to be hilarious, but now it's painfully slow and not funny at all. There's a few jokes here and there, but it's background stuff. I hate to admit this, but I'm only reading this comic book to see naked people these days...

    This series keeps devolving further and further into utter strangeness, but I will never stop reading. The story in this volume wasn?t all that compelling, imo, but it?s so witty and funny. ...

    Once upon a time, this was a book about criminals who had lots of sex. Then artificial roadblocks were introduced for dramatic effect resulting in less sex and less crime. This volume removes some of those obstacles as a large number of the cast starts to come together, but not for cri...

    I'm confident that the story would have been better without the magical elements. I know that's sort of the "point", the gimmick of it, but I find it to be the weakest element. The plot with the sex police has been awful for the last three volumes. I wish we could just strip the narrat...

    Fraction and Zdasrsky always manage to produce beautiful human narratives in these books, and Volume 5 reminded why I enjoy this series so much. That's not to say that this volume was perfect the pace was at times too meandering, and, much like previous two volumes, by the end I was le...

    So you've just blown a load. It's all over the place. You don't know what to do with yourself. And then your mum walks in. She's waiting for a response. So what do you do? You start dancing. You pull an Ashlee Simpson from that SNL act and start frantically dancing like the dopi...

    Ugh, a whole volume dedicated to Jon and Suzie moping after their breakup just so they can get back together? That's rom-com trite and predictable. The writing is still razor sharp but I thought Fraction and Zdarsky were better than this. ...

    At this point in the relationship, we know what to expect fromSex Criminals - lots of sex and drawings of penises, but also, some vaguely meaningful commentary on relationships and intimacy. And even when we don't get either of those things, we're getting hilarious visual gags and ...

    I liked this a lot better than the last one, which made me feel like the series was starting to become aimless and no fun. It's still not as purely fun here as it was in the first two volumes, but a lot of things were course corrected, and the last couple of pages were great. Suzie...

    I forgot to rate this one, so I had a lot of time in-between to think (and to forget the details). For me, Sex Criminals needn't be that horrible. But sadly, it's a mixture of disparate elements. Comedy, drama, satire, parody, action (and none of them actually match the other), art tha...

    Here is the thing about Fraction and Zdarsky's SEX CRIMINALS. . . I like it, but I sometimes get the feeling that it wants me to root for Jon and Suzy to be together. . . but they are awful for each other and I'd rather read about them as exes than a couple. So the romantic reunion ...

    Remember when this series was funny? ...

  • Virna
    Jan 19, 2019

    Jon and Suze have broken up. She?s moved back to her mom?s place only to discover her mother?s gotten wayyyy too sexual in her retirement, while he?s moved in with a bisexual lady who he?s in an open relationship with. So they?re both still messes! Meanwhile the villainous ...

    This was quite weird even for this series. But I have grown very fond of Jon and Suzy and I will miss them when it's all over. ...

    Sex Criminals keeps being one of my all-time favourite comics, and this new (penultimate!) volume may easily be the best one yet since volume 2. Not much to say without spoiling stuff, but characters go through some very sincere emotional experiences that have been building up towards ...

    I have NO IDEA what is going on in Sex Criminals, Vol. 5: Five Fingered Discount. ** Spoilers ahead ** Of course, I don't remember what happened in Fourgy either but how did Jon end up in Cumworld? There are so many bizarre, unbelievable subplots that make absolutely no se...

    WHAT THE FUCK HAPPENED WITH THE HUMOR IN THIS COMIC BOOK? This use to be hilarious, but now it's painfully slow and not funny at all. There's a few jokes here and there, but it's background stuff. I hate to admit this, but I'm only reading this comic book to see naked people these days...

    This series keeps devolving further and further into utter strangeness, but I will never stop reading. The story in this volume wasn?t all that compelling, imo, but it?s so witty and funny. ...

    Once upon a time, this was a book about criminals who had lots of sex. Then artificial roadblocks were introduced for dramatic effect resulting in less sex and less crime. This volume removes some of those obstacles as a large number of the cast starts to come together, but not for cri...

    I'm confident that the story would have been better without the magical elements. I know that's sort of the "point", the gimmick of it, but I find it to be the weakest element. The plot with the sex police has been awful for the last three volumes. I wish we could just strip the narrat...

    Fraction and Zdasrsky always manage to produce beautiful human narratives in these books, and Volume 5 reminded why I enjoy this series so much. That's not to say that this volume was perfect the pace was at times too meandering, and, much like previous two volumes, by the end I was le...

    So you've just blown a load. It's all over the place. You don't know what to do with yourself. And then your mum walks in. She's waiting for a response. So what do you do? You start dancing. You pull an Ashlee Simpson from that SNL act and start frantically dancing like the dopi...

    Ugh, a whole volume dedicated to Jon and Suzie moping after their breakup just so they can get back together? That's rom-com trite and predictable. The writing is still razor sharp but I thought Fraction and Zdarsky were better than this. ...

    At this point in the relationship, we know what to expect fromSex Criminals - lots of sex and drawings of penises, but also, some vaguely meaningful commentary on relationships and intimacy. And even when we don't get either of those things, we're getting hilarious visual gags and ...

    I liked this a lot better than the last one, which made me feel like the series was starting to become aimless and no fun. It's still not as purely fun here as it was in the first two volumes, but a lot of things were course corrected, and the last couple of pages were great. Suzie...

    I forgot to rate this one, so I had a lot of time in-between to think (and to forget the details). For me, Sex Criminals needn't be that horrible. But sadly, it's a mixture of disparate elements. Comedy, drama, satire, parody, action (and none of them actually match the other), art tha...

    Here is the thing about Fraction and Zdarsky's SEX CRIMINALS. . . I like it, but I sometimes get the feeling that it wants me to root for Jon and Suzy to be together. . . but they are awful for each other and I'd rather read about them as exes than a couple. So the romantic reunion ...

    Remember when this series was funny? ...

    Man, this is actually breaking my brain and my heart. For all of the wildcard silliness, this meditation on how even seemingly healthy relationships can be doomed by weird insecurities is messing me up good. ...

    This fucking book. ...

    Ahh finally. They've got back together ? ...

  • Sam Quixote
    Aug 26, 2018

    Jon and Suze have broken up. She?s moved back to her mom?s place only to discover her mother?s gotten wayyyy too sexual in her retirement, while he?s moved in with a bisexual lady who he?s in an open relationship with. So they?re both still messes! Meanwhile the villainous ...

  • Noah Appelbaum
    Sep 18, 2018

    Jon and Suze have broken up. She?s moved back to her mom?s place only to discover her mother?s gotten wayyyy too sexual in her retirement, while he?s moved in with a bisexual lady who he?s in an open relationship with. So they?re both still messes! Meanwhile the villainous ...

    This was quite weird even for this series. But I have grown very fond of Jon and Suzy and I will miss them when it's all over. ...

    Sex Criminals keeps being one of my all-time favourite comics, and this new (penultimate!) volume may easily be the best one yet since volume 2. Not much to say without spoiling stuff, but characters go through some very sincere emotional experiences that have been building up towards ...

    I have NO IDEA what is going on in Sex Criminals, Vol. 5: Five Fingered Discount. ** Spoilers ahead ** Of course, I don't remember what happened in Fourgy either but how did Jon end up in Cumworld? There are so many bizarre, unbelievable subplots that make absolutely no se...

    WHAT THE FUCK HAPPENED WITH THE HUMOR IN THIS COMIC BOOK? This use to be hilarious, but now it's painfully slow and not funny at all. There's a few jokes here and there, but it's background stuff. I hate to admit this, but I'm only reading this comic book to see naked people these days...

    This series keeps devolving further and further into utter strangeness, but I will never stop reading. The story in this volume wasn?t all that compelling, imo, but it?s so witty and funny. ...

    Once upon a time, this was a book about criminals who had lots of sex. Then artificial roadblocks were introduced for dramatic effect resulting in less sex and less crime. This volume removes some of those obstacles as a large number of the cast starts to come together, but not for cri...

    I'm confident that the story would have been better without the magical elements. I know that's sort of the "point", the gimmick of it, but I find it to be the weakest element. The plot with the sex police has been awful for the last three volumes. I wish we could just strip the narrat...

    Fraction and Zdasrsky always manage to produce beautiful human narratives in these books, and Volume 5 reminded why I enjoy this series so much. That's not to say that this volume was perfect the pace was at times too meandering, and, much like previous two volumes, by the end I was le...

    So you've just blown a load. It's all over the place. You don't know what to do with yourself. And then your mum walks in. She's waiting for a response. So what do you do? You start dancing. You pull an Ashlee Simpson from that SNL act and start frantically dancing like the dopi...

    Ugh, a whole volume dedicated to Jon and Suzie moping after their breakup just so they can get back together? That's rom-com trite and predictable. The writing is still razor sharp but I thought Fraction and Zdarsky were better than this. ...

    At this point in the relationship, we know what to expect fromSex Criminals - lots of sex and drawings of penises, but also, some vaguely meaningful commentary on relationships and intimacy. And even when we don't get either of those things, we're getting hilarious visual gags and ...

    I liked this a lot better than the last one, which made me feel like the series was starting to become aimless and no fun. It's still not as purely fun here as it was in the first two volumes, but a lot of things were course corrected, and the last couple of pages were great. Suzie...

    I forgot to rate this one, so I had a lot of time in-between to think (and to forget the details). For me, Sex Criminals needn't be that horrible. But sadly, it's a mixture of disparate elements. Comedy, drama, satire, parody, action (and none of them actually match the other), art tha...

    Here is the thing about Fraction and Zdarsky's SEX CRIMINALS. . . I like it, but I sometimes get the feeling that it wants me to root for Jon and Suzy to be together. . . but they are awful for each other and I'd rather read about them as exes than a couple. So the romantic reunion ...

    Remember when this series was funny? ...

    Man, this is actually breaking my brain and my heart. For all of the wildcard silliness, this meditation on how even seemingly healthy relationships can be doomed by weird insecurities is messing me up good. ...

    This fucking book. ...

  • Morgan
    Oct 13, 2018

    Jon and Suze have broken up. She?s moved back to her mom?s place only to discover her mother?s gotten wayyyy too sexual in her retirement, while he?s moved in with a bisexual lady who he?s in an open relationship with. So they?re both still messes! Meanwhile the villainous ...

    This was quite weird even for this series. But I have grown very fond of Jon and Suzy and I will miss them when it's all over. ...

    Sex Criminals keeps being one of my all-time favourite comics, and this new (penultimate!) volume may easily be the best one yet since volume 2. Not much to say without spoiling stuff, but characters go through some very sincere emotional experiences that have been building up towards ...

    I have NO IDEA what is going on in Sex Criminals, Vol. 5: Five Fingered Discount. ** Spoilers ahead ** Of course, I don't remember what happened in Fourgy either but how did Jon end up in Cumworld? There are so many bizarre, unbelievable subplots that make absolutely no se...

    WHAT THE FUCK HAPPENED WITH THE HUMOR IN THIS COMIC BOOK? This use to be hilarious, but now it's painfully slow and not funny at all. There's a few jokes here and there, but it's background stuff. I hate to admit this, but I'm only reading this comic book to see naked people these days...

  • Bill
    Jan 31, 2019

    Jon and Suze have broken up. She?s moved back to her mom?s place only to discover her mother?s gotten wayyyy too sexual in her retirement, while he?s moved in with a bisexual lady who he?s in an open relationship with. So they?re both still messes! Meanwhile the villainous ...

    This was quite weird even for this series. But I have grown very fond of Jon and Suzy and I will miss them when it's all over. ...

    Sex Criminals keeps being one of my all-time favourite comics, and this new (penultimate!) volume may easily be the best one yet since volume 2. Not much to say without spoiling stuff, but characters go through some very sincere emotional experiences that have been building up towards ...

    I have NO IDEA what is going on in Sex Criminals, Vol. 5: Five Fingered Discount. ** Spoilers ahead ** Of course, I don't remember what happened in Fourgy either but how did Jon end up in Cumworld? There are so many bizarre, unbelievable subplots that make absolutely no se...

    WHAT THE FUCK HAPPENED WITH THE HUMOR IN THIS COMIC BOOK? This use to be hilarious, but now it's painfully slow and not funny at all. There's a few jokes here and there, but it's background stuff. I hate to admit this, but I'm only reading this comic book to see naked people these days...

    This series keeps devolving further and further into utter strangeness, but I will never stop reading. The story in this volume wasn?t all that compelling, imo, but it?s so witty and funny. ...

    Once upon a time, this was a book about criminals who had lots of sex. Then artificial roadblocks were introduced for dramatic effect resulting in less sex and less crime. This volume removes some of those obstacles as a large number of the cast starts to come together, but not for cri...

    I'm confident that the story would have been better without the magical elements. I know that's sort of the "point", the gimmick of it, but I find it to be the weakest element. The plot with the sex police has been awful for the last three volumes. I wish we could just strip the narrat...

    Fraction and Zdasrsky always manage to produce beautiful human narratives in these books, and Volume 5 reminded why I enjoy this series so much. That's not to say that this volume was perfect the pace was at times too meandering, and, much like previous two volumes, by the end I was le...

    So you've just blown a load. It's all over the place. You don't know what to do with yourself. And then your mum walks in. She's waiting for a response. So what do you do? You start dancing. You pull an Ashlee Simpson from that SNL act and start frantically dancing like the dopi...

    Ugh, a whole volume dedicated to Jon and Suzie moping after their breakup just so they can get back together? That's rom-com trite and predictable. The writing is still razor sharp but I thought Fraction and Zdarsky were better than this. ...

    At this point in the relationship, we know what to expect fromSex Criminals - lots of sex and drawings of penises, but also, some vaguely meaningful commentary on relationships and intimacy. And even when we don't get either of those things, we're getting hilarious visual gags and ...

    I liked this a lot better than the last one, which made me feel like the series was starting to become aimless and no fun. It's still not as purely fun here as it was in the first two volumes, but a lot of things were course corrected, and the last couple of pages were great. Suzie...

    I forgot to rate this one, so I had a lot of time in-between to think (and to forget the details). For me, Sex Criminals needn't be that horrible. But sadly, it's a mixture of disparate elements. Comedy, drama, satire, parody, action (and none of them actually match the other), art tha...

    Here is the thing about Fraction and Zdarsky's SEX CRIMINALS. . . I like it, but I sometimes get the feeling that it wants me to root for Jon and Suzy to be together. . . but they are awful for each other and I'd rather read about them as exes than a couple. So the romantic reunion ...

    Remember when this series was funny? ...

    Man, this is actually breaking my brain and my heart. For all of the wildcard silliness, this meditation on how even seemingly healthy relationships can be doomed by weird insecurities is messing me up good. ...

    This fucking book. ...

    Ahh finally. They've got back together ? ...

    This one was all right, but it's also been long enough since I read the others that I've totally forgotten the powers of all the characters except the main ones, and them using their powers in this volume did not make any clearer what those powers actually were. I had also completely f...

    I don't know, man. I still love the art and humor of Sex Criminals, but I have absolutely no idea what's going on in this volume. The back cover tells me that Suzie and Jon have broken up - I remembered that much at least from previous volumes. But now there are dozens of other charact...

    I had trouble remembering the relationship of all the characters because it had been too long since my last read of this title. Which ultimately is why I read any title, although the sex related peripherals and background stuff is clever and as explicit as anything I see or read. (It m...

  • Elaine
    Sep 22, 2018

    Jon and Suze have broken up. She?s moved back to her mom?s place only to discover her mother?s gotten wayyyy too sexual in her retirement, while he?s moved in with a bisexual lady who he?s in an open relationship with. So they?re both still messes! Meanwhile the villainous ...

    This was quite weird even for this series. But I have grown very fond of Jon and Suzy and I will miss them when it's all over. ...

    Sex Criminals keeps being one of my all-time favourite comics, and this new (penultimate!) volume may easily be the best one yet since volume 2. Not much to say without spoiling stuff, but characters go through some very sincere emotional experiences that have been building up towards ...

    I have NO IDEA what is going on in Sex Criminals, Vol. 5: Five Fingered Discount. ** Spoilers ahead ** Of course, I don't remember what happened in Fourgy either but how did Jon end up in Cumworld? There are so many bizarre, unbelievable subplots that make absolutely no se...

  • Zedsdead
    Sep 12, 2018

    Jon and Suze have broken up. She?s moved back to her mom?s place only to discover her mother?s gotten wayyyy too sexual in her retirement, while he?s moved in with a bisexual lady who he?s in an open relationship with. So they?re both still messes! Meanwhile the villainous ...

    This was quite weird even for this series. But I have grown very fond of Jon and Suzy and I will miss them when it's all over. ...

    Sex Criminals keeps being one of my all-time favourite comics, and this new (penultimate!) volume may easily be the best one yet since volume 2. Not much to say without spoiling stuff, but characters go through some very sincere emotional experiences that have been building up towards ...

    I have NO IDEA what is going on in Sex Criminals, Vol. 5: Five Fingered Discount. ** Spoilers ahead ** Of course, I don't remember what happened in Fourgy either but how did Jon end up in Cumworld? There are so many bizarre, unbelievable subplots that make absolutely no se...

    WHAT THE FUCK HAPPENED WITH THE HUMOR IN THIS COMIC BOOK? This use to be hilarious, but now it's painfully slow and not funny at all. There's a few jokes here and there, but it's background stuff. I hate to admit this, but I'm only reading this comic book to see naked people these days...

    This series keeps devolving further and further into utter strangeness, but I will never stop reading. The story in this volume wasn?t all that compelling, imo, but it?s so witty and funny. ...

    Once upon a time, this was a book about criminals who had lots of sex. Then artificial roadblocks were introduced for dramatic effect resulting in less sex and less crime. This volume removes some of those obstacles as a large number of the cast starts to come together, but not for cri...

    I'm confident that the story would have been better without the magical elements. I know that's sort of the "point", the gimmick of it, but I find it to be the weakest element. The plot with the sex police has been awful for the last three volumes. I wish we could just strip the narrat...

    Fraction and Zdasrsky always manage to produce beautiful human narratives in these books, and Volume 5 reminded why I enjoy this series so much. That's not to say that this volume was perfect the pace was at times too meandering, and, much like previous two volumes, by the end I was le...

    So you've just blown a load. It's all over the place. You don't know what to do with yourself. And then your mum walks in. She's waiting for a response. So what do you do? You start dancing. You pull an Ashlee Simpson from that SNL act and start frantically dancing like the dopi...

    Ugh, a whole volume dedicated to Jon and Suzie moping after their breakup just so they can get back together? That's rom-com trite and predictable. The writing is still razor sharp but I thought Fraction and Zdarsky were better than this. ...

  • Shannon Appelcline
    Apr 11, 2019

    Jon and Suze have broken up. She?s moved back to her mom?s place only to discover her mother?s gotten wayyyy too sexual in her retirement, while he?s moved in with a bisexual lady who he?s in an open relationship with. So they?re both still messes! Meanwhile the villainous ...

    This was quite weird even for this series. But I have grown very fond of Jon and Suzy and I will miss them when it's all over. ...

    Sex Criminals keeps being one of my all-time favourite comics, and this new (penultimate!) volume may easily be the best one yet since volume 2. Not much to say without spoiling stuff, but characters go through some very sincere emotional experiences that have been building up towards ...

    I have NO IDEA what is going on in Sex Criminals, Vol. 5: Five Fingered Discount. ** Spoilers ahead ** Of course, I don't remember what happened in Fourgy either but how did Jon end up in Cumworld? There are so many bizarre, unbelievable subplots that make absolutely no se...

    WHAT THE FUCK HAPPENED WITH THE HUMOR IN THIS COMIC BOOK? This use to be hilarious, but now it's painfully slow and not funny at all. There's a few jokes here and there, but it's background stuff. I hate to admit this, but I'm only reading this comic book to see naked people these days...

    This series keeps devolving further and further into utter strangeness, but I will never stop reading. The story in this volume wasn?t all that compelling, imo, but it?s so witty and funny. ...

    Once upon a time, this was a book about criminals who had lots of sex. Then artificial roadblocks were introduced for dramatic effect resulting in less sex and less crime. This volume removes some of those obstacles as a large number of the cast starts to come together, but not for cri...

    I'm confident that the story would have been better without the magical elements. I know that's sort of the "point", the gimmick of it, but I find it to be the weakest element. The plot with the sex police has been awful for the last three volumes. I wish we could just strip the narrat...

    Fraction and Zdasrsky always manage to produce beautiful human narratives in these books, and Volume 5 reminded why I enjoy this series so much. That's not to say that this volume was perfect the pace was at times too meandering, and, much like previous two volumes, by the end I was le...

    So you've just blown a load. It's all over the place. You don't know what to do with yourself. And then your mum walks in. She's waiting for a response. So what do you do? You start dancing. You pull an Ashlee Simpson from that SNL act and start frantically dancing like the dopi...

    Ugh, a whole volume dedicated to Jon and Suzie moping after their breakup just so they can get back together? That's rom-com trite and predictable. The writing is still razor sharp but I thought Fraction and Zdarsky were better than this. ...

    At this point in the relationship, we know what to expect fromSex Criminals - lots of sex and drawings of penises, but also, some vaguely meaningful commentary on relationships and intimacy. And even when we don't get either of those things, we're getting hilarious visual gags and ...

    I liked this a lot better than the last one, which made me feel like the series was starting to become aimless and no fun. It's still not as purely fun here as it was in the first two volumes, but a lot of things were course corrected, and the last couple of pages were great. Suzie...

    I forgot to rate this one, so I had a lot of time in-between to think (and to forget the details). For me, Sex Criminals needn't be that horrible. But sadly, it's a mixture of disparate elements. Comedy, drama, satire, parody, action (and none of them actually match the other), art tha...

    Here is the thing about Fraction and Zdarsky's SEX CRIMINALS. . . I like it, but I sometimes get the feeling that it wants me to root for Jon and Suzy to be together. . . but they are awful for each other and I'd rather read about them as exes than a couple. So the romantic reunion ...

    Remember when this series was funny? ...

    Man, this is actually breaking my brain and my heart. For all of the wildcard silliness, this meditation on how even seemingly healthy relationships can be doomed by weird insecurities is messing me up good. ...

    This fucking book. ...

    Ahh finally. They've got back together ? ...

    This one was all right, but it's also been long enough since I read the others that I've totally forgotten the powers of all the characters except the main ones, and them using their powers in this volume did not make any clearer what those powers actually were. I had also completely f...

    I don't know, man. I still love the art and humor of Sex Criminals, but I have absolutely no idea what's going on in this volume. The back cover tells me that Suzie and Jon have broken up - I remembered that much at least from previous volumes. But now there are dozens of other charact...

    I had trouble remembering the relationship of all the characters because it had been too long since my last read of this title. Which ultimately is why I read any title, although the sex related peripherals and background stuff is clever and as explicit as anything I see or read. (It m...

    This volume felt like a bunch of wheel-spinning, because it was light on the Sex and super-light on the Crimes. Instead, we get about four issues of relationships. What are our protagonists doing now that they're broken up? And will they get back together? We'll inevitably find out...

  • Megan
    Apr 01, 2019

    Jon and Suze have broken up. She?s moved back to her mom?s place only to discover her mother?s gotten wayyyy too sexual in her retirement, while he?s moved in with a bisexual lady who he?s in an open relationship with. So they?re both still messes! Meanwhile the villainous ...

    This was quite weird even for this series. But I have grown very fond of Jon and Suzy and I will miss them when it's all over. ...

    Sex Criminals keeps being one of my all-time favourite comics, and this new (penultimate!) volume may easily be the best one yet since volume 2. Not much to say without spoiling stuff, but characters go through some very sincere emotional experiences that have been building up towards ...

    I have NO IDEA what is going on in Sex Criminals, Vol. 5: Five Fingered Discount. ** Spoilers ahead ** Of course, I don't remember what happened in Fourgy either but how did Jon end up in Cumworld? There are so many bizarre, unbelievable subplots that make absolutely no se...

    WHAT THE FUCK HAPPENED WITH THE HUMOR IN THIS COMIC BOOK? This use to be hilarious, but now it's painfully slow and not funny at all. There's a few jokes here and there, but it's background stuff. I hate to admit this, but I'm only reading this comic book to see naked people these days...

    This series keeps devolving further and further into utter strangeness, but I will never stop reading. The story in this volume wasn?t all that compelling, imo, but it?s so witty and funny. ...

    Once upon a time, this was a book about criminals who had lots of sex. Then artificial roadblocks were introduced for dramatic effect resulting in less sex and less crime. This volume removes some of those obstacles as a large number of the cast starts to come together, but not for cri...

    I'm confident that the story would have been better without the magical elements. I know that's sort of the "point", the gimmick of it, but I find it to be the weakest element. The plot with the sex police has been awful for the last three volumes. I wish we could just strip the narrat...

  • Madalyn (Novel Ink)
    Sep 03, 2018

    Jon and Suze have broken up. She?s moved back to her mom?s place only to discover her mother?s gotten wayyyy too sexual in her retirement, while he?s moved in with a bisexual lady who he?s in an open relationship with. So they?re both still messes! Meanwhile the villainous ...

    This was quite weird even for this series. But I have grown very fond of Jon and Suzy and I will miss them when it's all over. ...

    Sex Criminals keeps being one of my all-time favourite comics, and this new (penultimate!) volume may easily be the best one yet since volume 2. Not much to say without spoiling stuff, but characters go through some very sincere emotional experiences that have been building up towards ...

    I have NO IDEA what is going on in Sex Criminals, Vol. 5: Five Fingered Discount. ** Spoilers ahead ** Of course, I don't remember what happened in Fourgy either but how did Jon end up in Cumworld? There are so many bizarre, unbelievable subplots that make absolutely no se...

    WHAT THE FUCK HAPPENED WITH THE HUMOR IN THIS COMIC BOOK? This use to be hilarious, but now it's painfully slow and not funny at all. There's a few jokes here and there, but it's background stuff. I hate to admit this, but I'm only reading this comic book to see naked people these days...

    This series keeps devolving further and further into utter strangeness, but I will never stop reading. The story in this volume wasn?t all that compelling, imo, but it?s so witty and funny. ...

  • Matt Raymond
    Dec 02, 2018

    Jon and Suze have broken up. She?s moved back to her mom?s place only to discover her mother?s gotten wayyyy too sexual in her retirement, while he?s moved in with a bisexual lady who he?s in an open relationship with. So they?re both still messes! Meanwhile the villainous ...

    This was quite weird even for this series. But I have grown very fond of Jon and Suzy and I will miss them when it's all over. ...

    Sex Criminals keeps being one of my all-time favourite comics, and this new (penultimate!) volume may easily be the best one yet since volume 2. Not much to say without spoiling stuff, but characters go through some very sincere emotional experiences that have been building up towards ...

    I have NO IDEA what is going on in Sex Criminals, Vol. 5: Five Fingered Discount. ** Spoilers ahead ** Of course, I don't remember what happened in Fourgy either but how did Jon end up in Cumworld? There are so many bizarre, unbelievable subplots that make absolutely no se...

    WHAT THE FUCK HAPPENED WITH THE HUMOR IN THIS COMIC BOOK? This use to be hilarious, but now it's painfully slow and not funny at all. There's a few jokes here and there, but it's background stuff. I hate to admit this, but I'm only reading this comic book to see naked people these days...

    This series keeps devolving further and further into utter strangeness, but I will never stop reading. The story in this volume wasn?t all that compelling, imo, but it?s so witty and funny. ...

    Once upon a time, this was a book about criminals who had lots of sex. Then artificial roadblocks were introduced for dramatic effect resulting in less sex and less crime. This volume removes some of those obstacles as a large number of the cast starts to come together, but not for cri...

    I'm confident that the story would have been better without the magical elements. I know that's sort of the "point", the gimmick of it, but I find it to be the weakest element. The plot with the sex police has been awful for the last three volumes. I wish we could just strip the narrat...

    Fraction and Zdasrsky always manage to produce beautiful human narratives in these books, and Volume 5 reminded why I enjoy this series so much. That's not to say that this volume was perfect the pace was at times too meandering, and, much like previous two volumes, by the end I was le...

    So you've just blown a load. It's all over the place. You don't know what to do with yourself. And then your mum walks in. She's waiting for a response. So what do you do? You start dancing. You pull an Ashlee Simpson from that SNL act and start frantically dancing like the dopi...

    Ugh, a whole volume dedicated to Jon and Suzie moping after their breakup just so they can get back together? That's rom-com trite and predictable. The writing is still razor sharp but I thought Fraction and Zdarsky were better than this. ...

    At this point in the relationship, we know what to expect fromSex Criminals - lots of sex and drawings of penises, but also, some vaguely meaningful commentary on relationships and intimacy. And even when we don't get either of those things, we're getting hilarious visual gags and ...

    I liked this a lot better than the last one, which made me feel like the series was starting to become aimless and no fun. It's still not as purely fun here as it was in the first two volumes, but a lot of things were course corrected, and the last couple of pages were great. Suzie...

    I forgot to rate this one, so I had a lot of time in-between to think (and to forget the details). For me, Sex Criminals needn't be that horrible. But sadly, it's a mixture of disparate elements. Comedy, drama, satire, parody, action (and none of them actually match the other), art tha...

    Here is the thing about Fraction and Zdarsky's SEX CRIMINALS. . . I like it, but I sometimes get the feeling that it wants me to root for Jon and Suzy to be together. . . but they are awful for each other and I'd rather read about them as exes than a couple. So the romantic reunion ...

    Remember when this series was funny? ...

    Man, this is actually breaking my brain and my heart. For all of the wildcard silliness, this meditation on how even seemingly healthy relationships can be doomed by weird insecurities is messing me up good. ...

    This fucking book. ...

    Ahh finally. They've got back together ? ...

    This one was all right, but it's also been long enough since I read the others that I've totally forgotten the powers of all the characters except the main ones, and them using their powers in this volume did not make any clearer what those powers actually were. I had also completely f...

    I don't know, man. I still love the art and humor of Sex Criminals, but I have absolutely no idea what's going on in this volume. The back cover tells me that Suzie and Jon have broken up - I remembered that much at least from previous volumes. But now there are dozens of other charact...

    I had trouble remembering the relationship of all the characters because it had been too long since my last read of this title. Which ultimately is why I read any title, although the sex related peripherals and background stuff is clever and as explicit as anything I see or read. (It m...

    This volume felt like a bunch of wheel-spinning, because it was light on the Sex and super-light on the Crimes. Instead, we get about four issues of relationships. What are our protagonists doing now that they're broken up? And will they get back together? We'll inevitably find out...

    Alas, Sex Criminals has hit a bit of a lull. Five Fingered Discount is definitely a bridging volume, setting everything up for action yet to come. There's not a lot of action or plot movement, but hopefully that gets better in volume 6. ...

    Maybe my favorite volume so far. There's a lot going on here about letting go vs. holding on, and, as usual, the boys find some deeply moving answers among the usual family-unfriendly puns. ...

    Spoilers ahead (basically a plot summary so I can remember) -Jon and Suzie are broken up. Suzie moves so she can take a job at a new library. She is dating a guy whose name I can't remember because he is super boring and lame. Jon is dating a woman but they are in an open relationship...

    For a volume that amounts to a make-up/make-out session that everyone saw coming, I was still into this. While the book has left behind a lot of its immaturity, for better or worse, it?s become a more interesting look at relationships and why people suck at them. Jon?s breakup with...

  • Maggie Gordon
    Sep 25, 2018

    Jon and Suze have broken up. She?s moved back to her mom?s place only to discover her mother?s gotten wayyyy too sexual in her retirement, while he?s moved in with a bisexual lady who he?s in an open relationship with. So they?re both still messes! Meanwhile the villainous ...

    This was quite weird even for this series. But I have grown very fond of Jon and Suzy and I will miss them when it's all over. ...

    Sex Criminals keeps being one of my all-time favourite comics, and this new (penultimate!) volume may easily be the best one yet since volume 2. Not much to say without spoiling stuff, but characters go through some very sincere emotional experiences that have been building up towards ...

    I have NO IDEA what is going on in Sex Criminals, Vol. 5: Five Fingered Discount. ** Spoilers ahead ** Of course, I don't remember what happened in Fourgy either but how did Jon end up in Cumworld? There are so many bizarre, unbelievable subplots that make absolutely no se...

    WHAT THE FUCK HAPPENED WITH THE HUMOR IN THIS COMIC BOOK? This use to be hilarious, but now it's painfully slow and not funny at all. There's a few jokes here and there, but it's background stuff. I hate to admit this, but I'm only reading this comic book to see naked people these days...

    This series keeps devolving further and further into utter strangeness, but I will never stop reading. The story in this volume wasn?t all that compelling, imo, but it?s so witty and funny. ...

    Once upon a time, this was a book about criminals who had lots of sex. Then artificial roadblocks were introduced for dramatic effect resulting in less sex and less crime. This volume removes some of those obstacles as a large number of the cast starts to come together, but not for cri...

    I'm confident that the story would have been better without the magical elements. I know that's sort of the "point", the gimmick of it, but I find it to be the weakest element. The plot with the sex police has been awful for the last three volumes. I wish we could just strip the narrat...

    Fraction and Zdasrsky always manage to produce beautiful human narratives in these books, and Volume 5 reminded why I enjoy this series so much. That's not to say that this volume was perfect the pace was at times too meandering, and, much like previous two volumes, by the end I was le...

    So you've just blown a load. It's all over the place. You don't know what to do with yourself. And then your mum walks in. She's waiting for a response. So what do you do? You start dancing. You pull an Ashlee Simpson from that SNL act and start frantically dancing like the dopi...

    Ugh, a whole volume dedicated to Jon and Suzie moping after their breakup just so they can get back together? That's rom-com trite and predictable. The writing is still razor sharp but I thought Fraction and Zdarsky were better than this. ...

    At this point in the relationship, we know what to expect fromSex Criminals - lots of sex and drawings of penises, but also, some vaguely meaningful commentary on relationships and intimacy. And even when we don't get either of those things, we're getting hilarious visual gags and ...

    I liked this a lot better than the last one, which made me feel like the series was starting to become aimless and no fun. It's still not as purely fun here as it was in the first two volumes, but a lot of things were course corrected, and the last couple of pages were great. Suzie...

    I forgot to rate this one, so I had a lot of time in-between to think (and to forget the details). For me, Sex Criminals needn't be that horrible. But sadly, it's a mixture of disparate elements. Comedy, drama, satire, parody, action (and none of them actually match the other), art tha...

    Here is the thing about Fraction and Zdarsky's SEX CRIMINALS. . . I like it, but I sometimes get the feeling that it wants me to root for Jon and Suzy to be together. . . but they are awful for each other and I'd rather read about them as exes than a couple. So the romantic reunion ...

    Remember when this series was funny? ...

    Man, this is actually breaking my brain and my heart. For all of the wildcard silliness, this meditation on how even seemingly healthy relationships can be doomed by weird insecurities is messing me up good. ...

    This fucking book. ...

    Ahh finally. They've got back together ? ...

    This one was all right, but it's also been long enough since I read the others that I've totally forgotten the powers of all the characters except the main ones, and them using their powers in this volume did not make any clearer what those powers actually were. I had also completely f...

    I don't know, man. I still love the art and humor of Sex Criminals, but I have absolutely no idea what's going on in this volume. The back cover tells me that Suzie and Jon have broken up - I remembered that much at least from previous volumes. But now there are dozens of other charact...

    I had trouble remembering the relationship of all the characters because it had been too long since my last read of this title. Which ultimately is why I read any title, although the sex related peripherals and background stuff is clever and as explicit as anything I see or read. (It m...

    This volume felt like a bunch of wheel-spinning, because it was light on the Sex and super-light on the Crimes. Instead, we get about four issues of relationships. What are our protagonists doing now that they're broken up? And will they get back together? We'll inevitably find out...

    Alas, Sex Criminals has hit a bit of a lull. Five Fingered Discount is definitely a bridging volume, setting everything up for action yet to come. There's not a lot of action or plot movement, but hopefully that gets better in volume 6. ...

  • Valéria.
    Oct 30, 2018

    Jon and Suze have broken up. She?s moved back to her mom?s place only to discover her mother?s gotten wayyyy too sexual in her retirement, while he?s moved in with a bisexual lady who he?s in an open relationship with. So they?re both still messes! Meanwhile the villainous ...

    This was quite weird even for this series. But I have grown very fond of Jon and Suzy and I will miss them when it's all over. ...

    Sex Criminals keeps being one of my all-time favourite comics, and this new (penultimate!) volume may easily be the best one yet since volume 2. Not much to say without spoiling stuff, but characters go through some very sincere emotional experiences that have been building up towards ...

    I have NO IDEA what is going on in Sex Criminals, Vol. 5: Five Fingered Discount. ** Spoilers ahead ** Of course, I don't remember what happened in Fourgy either but how did Jon end up in Cumworld? There are so many bizarre, unbelievable subplots that make absolutely no se...

    WHAT THE FUCK HAPPENED WITH THE HUMOR IN THIS COMIC BOOK? This use to be hilarious, but now it's painfully slow and not funny at all. There's a few jokes here and there, but it's background stuff. I hate to admit this, but I'm only reading this comic book to see naked people these days...

    This series keeps devolving further and further into utter strangeness, but I will never stop reading. The story in this volume wasn?t all that compelling, imo, but it?s so witty and funny. ...

    Once upon a time, this was a book about criminals who had lots of sex. Then artificial roadblocks were introduced for dramatic effect resulting in less sex and less crime. This volume removes some of those obstacles as a large number of the cast starts to come together, but not for cri...

    I'm confident that the story would have been better without the magical elements. I know that's sort of the "point", the gimmick of it, but I find it to be the weakest element. The plot with the sex police has been awful for the last three volumes. I wish we could just strip the narrat...

    Fraction and Zdasrsky always manage to produce beautiful human narratives in these books, and Volume 5 reminded why I enjoy this series so much. That's not to say that this volume was perfect the pace was at times too meandering, and, much like previous two volumes, by the end I was le...

    So you've just blown a load. It's all over the place. You don't know what to do with yourself. And then your mum walks in. She's waiting for a response. So what do you do? You start dancing. You pull an Ashlee Simpson from that SNL act and start frantically dancing like the dopi...

    Ugh, a whole volume dedicated to Jon and Suzie moping after their breakup just so they can get back together? That's rom-com trite and predictable. The writing is still razor sharp but I thought Fraction and Zdarsky were better than this. ...

    At this point in the relationship, we know what to expect fromSex Criminals - lots of sex and drawings of penises, but also, some vaguely meaningful commentary on relationships and intimacy. And even when we don't get either of those things, we're getting hilarious visual gags and ...

    I liked this a lot better than the last one, which made me feel like the series was starting to become aimless and no fun. It's still not as purely fun here as it was in the first two volumes, but a lot of things were course corrected, and the last couple of pages were great. Suzie...

    I forgot to rate this one, so I had a lot of time in-between to think (and to forget the details). For me, Sex Criminals needn't be that horrible. But sadly, it's a mixture of disparate elements. Comedy, drama, satire, parody, action (and none of them actually match the other), art tha...

    Here is the thing about Fraction and Zdarsky's SEX CRIMINALS. . . I like it, but I sometimes get the feeling that it wants me to root for Jon and Suzy to be together. . . but they are awful for each other and I'd rather read about them as exes than a couple. So the romantic reunion ...

    Remember when this series was funny? ...

    Man, this is actually breaking my brain and my heart. For all of the wildcard silliness, this meditation on how even seemingly healthy relationships can be doomed by weird insecurities is messing me up good. ...

    This fucking book. ...

    Ahh finally. They've got back together ? ...

    This one was all right, but it's also been long enough since I read the others that I've totally forgotten the powers of all the characters except the main ones, and them using their powers in this volume did not make any clearer what those powers actually were. I had also completely f...

    I don't know, man. I still love the art and humor of Sex Criminals, but I have absolutely no idea what's going on in this volume. The back cover tells me that Suzie and Jon have broken up - I remembered that much at least from previous volumes. But now there are dozens of other charact...

    I had trouble remembering the relationship of all the characters because it had been too long since my last read of this title. Which ultimately is why I read any title, although the sex related peripherals and background stuff is clever and as explicit as anything I see or read. (It m...

    This volume felt like a bunch of wheel-spinning, because it was light on the Sex and super-light on the Crimes. Instead, we get about four issues of relationships. What are our protagonists doing now that they're broken up? And will they get back together? We'll inevitably find out...

    Alas, Sex Criminals has hit a bit of a lull. Five Fingered Discount is definitely a bridging volume, setting everything up for action yet to come. There's not a lot of action or plot movement, but hopefully that gets better in volume 6. ...

    Maybe my favorite volume so far. There's a lot going on here about letting go vs. holding on, and, as usual, the boys find some deeply moving answers among the usual family-unfriendly puns. ...

    Spoilers ahead (basically a plot summary so I can remember) -Jon and Suzie are broken up. Suzie moves so she can take a job at a new library. She is dating a guy whose name I can't remember because he is super boring and lame. Jon is dating a woman but they are in an open relationship...

    For a volume that amounts to a make-up/make-out session that everyone saw coming, I was still into this. While the book has left behind a lot of its immaturity, for better or worse, it?s become a more interesting look at relationships and why people suck at them. Jon?s breakup with...

    It was funny reading at work with constant fear of that somebody could take a look at my screen, finding out I?m reading something called ?Sex Criminals? instead of working. But meh, I needed to know how story continued after long time. Why did I even do that.... I really lik...

  • Rod Brown
    Jun 06, 2019

    Jon and Suze have broken up. She?s moved back to her mom?s place only to discover her mother?s gotten wayyyy too sexual in her retirement, while he?s moved in with a bisexual lady who he?s in an open relationship with. So they?re both still messes! Meanwhile the villainous ...

    This was quite weird even for this series. But I have grown very fond of Jon and Suzy and I will miss them when it's all over. ...

    Sex Criminals keeps being one of my all-time favourite comics, and this new (penultimate!) volume may easily be the best one yet since volume 2. Not much to say without spoiling stuff, but characters go through some very sincere emotional experiences that have been building up towards ...

    I have NO IDEA what is going on in Sex Criminals, Vol. 5: Five Fingered Discount. ** Spoilers ahead ** Of course, I don't remember what happened in Fourgy either but how did Jon end up in Cumworld? There are so many bizarre, unbelievable subplots that make absolutely no se...

    WHAT THE FUCK HAPPENED WITH THE HUMOR IN THIS COMIC BOOK? This use to be hilarious, but now it's painfully slow and not funny at all. There's a few jokes here and there, but it's background stuff. I hate to admit this, but I'm only reading this comic book to see naked people these days...

    This series keeps devolving further and further into utter strangeness, but I will never stop reading. The story in this volume wasn?t all that compelling, imo, but it?s so witty and funny. ...

    Once upon a time, this was a book about criminals who had lots of sex. Then artificial roadblocks were introduced for dramatic effect resulting in less sex and less crime. This volume removes some of those obstacles as a large number of the cast starts to come together, but not for cri...

  • Artemy
    Jul 10, 2018

    Jon and Suze have broken up. She?s moved back to her mom?s place only to discover her mother?s gotten wayyyy too sexual in her retirement, while he?s moved in with a bisexual lady who he?s in an open relationship with. So they?re both still messes! Meanwhile the villainous ...

    This was quite weird even for this series. But I have grown very fond of Jon and Suzy and I will miss them when it's all over. ...

    Sex Criminals keeps being one of my all-time favourite comics, and this new (penultimate!) volume may easily be the best one yet since volume 2. Not much to say without spoiling stuff, but characters go through some very sincere emotional experiences that have been building up towards ...

  • Joshua
    Aug 30, 2018

    Jon and Suze have broken up. She?s moved back to her mom?s place only to discover her mother?s gotten wayyyy too sexual in her retirement, while he?s moved in with a bisexual lady who he?s in an open relationship with. So they?re both still messes! Meanwhile the villainous ...

    This was quite weird even for this series. But I have grown very fond of Jon and Suzy and I will miss them when it's all over. ...

    Sex Criminals keeps being one of my all-time favourite comics, and this new (penultimate!) volume may easily be the best one yet since volume 2. Not much to say without spoiling stuff, but characters go through some very sincere emotional experiences that have been building up towards ...

    I have NO IDEA what is going on in Sex Criminals, Vol. 5: Five Fingered Discount. ** Spoilers ahead ** Of course, I don't remember what happened in Fourgy either but how did Jon end up in Cumworld? There are so many bizarre, unbelievable subplots that make absolutely no se...

    WHAT THE FUCK HAPPENED WITH THE HUMOR IN THIS COMIC BOOK? This use to be hilarious, but now it's painfully slow and not funny at all. There's a few jokes here and there, but it's background stuff. I hate to admit this, but I'm only reading this comic book to see naked people these days...

    This series keeps devolving further and further into utter strangeness, but I will never stop reading. The story in this volume wasn?t all that compelling, imo, but it?s so witty and funny. ...

    Once upon a time, this was a book about criminals who had lots of sex. Then artificial roadblocks were introduced for dramatic effect resulting in less sex and less crime. This volume removes some of those obstacles as a large number of the cast starts to come together, but not for cri...

    I'm confident that the story would have been better without the magical elements. I know that's sort of the "point", the gimmick of it, but I find it to be the weakest element. The plot with the sex police has been awful for the last three volumes. I wish we could just strip the narrat...

    Fraction and Zdasrsky always manage to produce beautiful human narratives in these books, and Volume 5 reminded why I enjoy this series so much. That's not to say that this volume was perfect the pace was at times too meandering, and, much like previous two volumes, by the end I was le...

  • PvOberstein
    Oct 14, 2018

    Jon and Suze have broken up. She?s moved back to her mom?s place only to discover her mother?s gotten wayyyy too sexual in her retirement, while he?s moved in with a bisexual lady who he?s in an open relationship with. So they?re both still messes! Meanwhile the villainous ...

    This was quite weird even for this series. But I have grown very fond of Jon and Suzy and I will miss them when it's all over. ...

    Sex Criminals keeps being one of my all-time favourite comics, and this new (penultimate!) volume may easily be the best one yet since volume 2. Not much to say without spoiling stuff, but characters go through some very sincere emotional experiences that have been building up towards ...

    I have NO IDEA what is going on in Sex Criminals, Vol. 5: Five Fingered Discount. ** Spoilers ahead ** Of course, I don't remember what happened in Fourgy either but how did Jon end up in Cumworld? There are so many bizarre, unbelievable subplots that make absolutely no se...

    WHAT THE FUCK HAPPENED WITH THE HUMOR IN THIS COMIC BOOK? This use to be hilarious, but now it's painfully slow and not funny at all. There's a few jokes here and there, but it's background stuff. I hate to admit this, but I'm only reading this comic book to see naked people these days...

    This series keeps devolving further and further into utter strangeness, but I will never stop reading. The story in this volume wasn?t all that compelling, imo, but it?s so witty and funny. ...

    Once upon a time, this was a book about criminals who had lots of sex. Then artificial roadblocks were introduced for dramatic effect resulting in less sex and less crime. This volume removes some of those obstacles as a large number of the cast starts to come together, but not for cri...

    I'm confident that the story would have been better without the magical elements. I know that's sort of the "point", the gimmick of it, but I find it to be the weakest element. The plot with the sex police has been awful for the last three volumes. I wish we could just strip the narrat...

    Fraction and Zdasrsky always manage to produce beautiful human narratives in these books, and Volume 5 reminded why I enjoy this series so much. That's not to say that this volume was perfect the pace was at times too meandering, and, much like previous two volumes, by the end I was le...

    So you've just blown a load. It's all over the place. You don't know what to do with yourself. And then your mum walks in. She's waiting for a response. So what do you do? You start dancing. You pull an Ashlee Simpson from that SNL act and start frantically dancing like the dopi...

    Ugh, a whole volume dedicated to Jon and Suzie moping after their breakup just so they can get back together? That's rom-com trite and predictable. The writing is still razor sharp but I thought Fraction and Zdarsky were better than this. ...

    At this point in the relationship, we know what to expect fromSex Criminals - lots of sex and drawings of penises, but also, some vaguely meaningful commentary on relationships and intimacy. And even when we don't get either of those things, we're getting hilarious visual gags and ...

    I liked this a lot better than the last one, which made me feel like the series was starting to become aimless and no fun. It's still not as purely fun here as it was in the first two volumes, but a lot of things were course corrected, and the last couple of pages were great. Suzie...

    I forgot to rate this one, so I had a lot of time in-between to think (and to forget the details). For me, Sex Criminals needn't be that horrible. But sadly, it's a mixture of disparate elements. Comedy, drama, satire, parody, action (and none of them actually match the other), art tha...

    Here is the thing about Fraction and Zdarsky's SEX CRIMINALS. . . I like it, but I sometimes get the feeling that it wants me to root for Jon and Suzy to be together. . . but they are awful for each other and I'd rather read about them as exes than a couple. So the romantic reunion ...

    Remember when this series was funny? ...

    Man, this is actually breaking my brain and my heart. For all of the wildcard silliness, this meditation on how even seemingly healthy relationships can be doomed by weird insecurities is messing me up good. ...

    This fucking book. ...

    Ahh finally. They've got back together ? ...

    This one was all right, but it's also been long enough since I read the others that I've totally forgotten the powers of all the characters except the main ones, and them using their powers in this volume did not make any clearer what those powers actually were. I had also completely f...

    I don't know, man. I still love the art and humor of Sex Criminals, but I have absolutely no idea what's going on in this volume. The back cover tells me that Suzie and Jon have broken up - I remembered that much at least from previous volumes. But now there are dozens of other charact...

    I had trouble remembering the relationship of all the characters because it had been too long since my last read of this title. Which ultimately is why I read any title, although the sex related peripherals and background stuff is clever and as explicit as anything I see or read. (It m...

    This volume felt like a bunch of wheel-spinning, because it was light on the Sex and super-light on the Crimes. Instead, we get about four issues of relationships. What are our protagonists doing now that they're broken up? And will they get back together? We'll inevitably find out...

    Alas, Sex Criminals has hit a bit of a lull. Five Fingered Discount is definitely a bridging volume, setting everything up for action yet to come. There's not a lot of action or plot movement, but hopefully that gets better in volume 6. ...

    Maybe my favorite volume so far. There's a lot going on here about letting go vs. holding on, and, as usual, the boys find some deeply moving answers among the usual family-unfriendly puns. ...

    Spoilers ahead (basically a plot summary so I can remember) -Jon and Suzie are broken up. Suzie moves so she can take a job at a new library. She is dating a guy whose name I can't remember because he is super boring and lame. Jon is dating a woman but they are in an open relationship...

    For a volume that amounts to a make-up/make-out session that everyone saw coming, I was still into this. While the book has left behind a lot of its immaturity, for better or worse, it?s become a more interesting look at relationships and why people suck at them. Jon?s breakup with...

    It was funny reading at work with constant fear of that somebody could take a look at my screen, finding out I?m reading something called ?Sex Criminals? instead of working. But meh, I needed to know how story continued after long time. Why did I even do that.... I really lik...

    Its a new direction for our heroes and boy are they a mess. After building Jon and Suzie's relationship for four volumes, we get to explore their lives with the absence of each other as they try to navigate mundane tasks like work, home life, and ultimately moving on. All with plen...

    Sex Criminals has long been one of my favorite series from Image Comics, managing to be both a wonderful story about sex and relationships while also a hilarious adventure fic about two lovers who literally stop time when they orgasm. The fifth installment in the series, Five-Fingered ...

  • Mike
    Aug 26, 2018

    Jon and Suze have broken up. She?s moved back to her mom?s place only to discover her mother?s gotten wayyyy too sexual in her retirement, while he?s moved in with a bisexual lady who he?s in an open relationship with. So they?re both still messes! Meanwhile the villainous ...

    This was quite weird even for this series. But I have grown very fond of Jon and Suzy and I will miss them when it's all over. ...

    Sex Criminals keeps being one of my all-time favourite comics, and this new (penultimate!) volume may easily be the best one yet since volume 2. Not much to say without spoiling stuff, but characters go through some very sincere emotional experiences that have been building up towards ...

    I have NO IDEA what is going on in Sex Criminals, Vol. 5: Five Fingered Discount. ** Spoilers ahead ** Of course, I don't remember what happened in Fourgy either but how did Jon end up in Cumworld? There are so many bizarre, unbelievable subplots that make absolutely no se...

    WHAT THE FUCK HAPPENED WITH THE HUMOR IN THIS COMIC BOOK? This use to be hilarious, but now it's painfully slow and not funny at all. There's a few jokes here and there, but it's background stuff. I hate to admit this, but I'm only reading this comic book to see naked people these days...

    This series keeps devolving further and further into utter strangeness, but I will never stop reading. The story in this volume wasn?t all that compelling, imo, but it?s so witty and funny. ...

    Once upon a time, this was a book about criminals who had lots of sex. Then artificial roadblocks were introduced for dramatic effect resulting in less sex and less crime. This volume removes some of those obstacles as a large number of the cast starts to come together, but not for cri...

    I'm confident that the story would have been better without the magical elements. I know that's sort of the "point", the gimmick of it, but I find it to be the weakest element. The plot with the sex police has been awful for the last three volumes. I wish we could just strip the narrat...

    Fraction and Zdasrsky always manage to produce beautiful human narratives in these books, and Volume 5 reminded why I enjoy this series so much. That's not to say that this volume was perfect the pace was at times too meandering, and, much like previous two volumes, by the end I was le...

    So you've just blown a load. It's all over the place. You don't know what to do with yourself. And then your mum walks in. She's waiting for a response. So what do you do? You start dancing. You pull an Ashlee Simpson from that SNL act and start frantically dancing like the dopi...

    Ugh, a whole volume dedicated to Jon and Suzie moping after their breakup just so they can get back together? That's rom-com trite and predictable. The writing is still razor sharp but I thought Fraction and Zdarsky were better than this. ...

    At this point in the relationship, we know what to expect fromSex Criminals - lots of sex and drawings of penises, but also, some vaguely meaningful commentary on relationships and intimacy. And even when we don't get either of those things, we're getting hilarious visual gags and ...

    I liked this a lot better than the last one, which made me feel like the series was starting to become aimless and no fun. It's still not as purely fun here as it was in the first two volumes, but a lot of things were course corrected, and the last couple of pages were great. Suzie...

    I forgot to rate this one, so I had a lot of time in-between to think (and to forget the details). For me, Sex Criminals needn't be that horrible. But sadly, it's a mixture of disparate elements. Comedy, drama, satire, parody, action (and none of them actually match the other), art tha...

    Here is the thing about Fraction and Zdarsky's SEX CRIMINALS. . . I like it, but I sometimes get the feeling that it wants me to root for Jon and Suzy to be together. . . but they are awful for each other and I'd rather read about them as exes than a couple. So the romantic reunion ...

    Remember when this series was funny? ...

    Man, this is actually breaking my brain and my heart. For all of the wildcard silliness, this meditation on how even seemingly healthy relationships can be doomed by weird insecurities is messing me up good. ...

    This fucking book. ...

    Ahh finally. They've got back together ? ...

    This one was all right, but it's also been long enough since I read the others that I've totally forgotten the powers of all the characters except the main ones, and them using their powers in this volume did not make any clearer what those powers actually were. I had also completely f...

  • Steven
    Oct 15, 2018

    Jon and Suze have broken up. She?s moved back to her mom?s place only to discover her mother?s gotten wayyyy too sexual in her retirement, while he?s moved in with a bisexual lady who he?s in an open relationship with. So they?re both still messes! Meanwhile the villainous ...

    This was quite weird even for this series. But I have grown very fond of Jon and Suzy and I will miss them when it's all over. ...

    Sex Criminals keeps being one of my all-time favourite comics, and this new (penultimate!) volume may easily be the best one yet since volume 2. Not much to say without spoiling stuff, but characters go through some very sincere emotional experiences that have been building up towards ...

    I have NO IDEA what is going on in Sex Criminals, Vol. 5: Five Fingered Discount. ** Spoilers ahead ** Of course, I don't remember what happened in Fourgy either but how did Jon end up in Cumworld? There are so many bizarre, unbelievable subplots that make absolutely no se...

    WHAT THE FUCK HAPPENED WITH THE HUMOR IN THIS COMIC BOOK? This use to be hilarious, but now it's painfully slow and not funny at all. There's a few jokes here and there, but it's background stuff. I hate to admit this, but I'm only reading this comic book to see naked people these days...

    This series keeps devolving further and further into utter strangeness, but I will never stop reading. The story in this volume wasn?t all that compelling, imo, but it?s so witty and funny. ...

    Once upon a time, this was a book about criminals who had lots of sex. Then artificial roadblocks were introduced for dramatic effect resulting in less sex and less crime. This volume removes some of those obstacles as a large number of the cast starts to come together, but not for cri...

    I'm confident that the story would have been better without the magical elements. I know that's sort of the "point", the gimmick of it, but I find it to be the weakest element. The plot with the sex police has been awful for the last three volumes. I wish we could just strip the narrat...

    Fraction and Zdasrsky always manage to produce beautiful human narratives in these books, and Volume 5 reminded why I enjoy this series so much. That's not to say that this volume was perfect the pace was at times too meandering, and, much like previous two volumes, by the end I was le...

    So you've just blown a load. It's all over the place. You don't know what to do with yourself. And then your mum walks in. She's waiting for a response. So what do you do? You start dancing. You pull an Ashlee Simpson from that SNL act and start frantically dancing like the dopi...

  • Václav
    Oct 30, 2018

    Jon and Suze have broken up. She?s moved back to her mom?s place only to discover her mother?s gotten wayyyy too sexual in her retirement, while he?s moved in with a bisexual lady who he?s in an open relationship with. So they?re both still messes! Meanwhile the villainous ...

    This was quite weird even for this series. But I have grown very fond of Jon and Suzy and I will miss them when it's all over. ...

    Sex Criminals keeps being one of my all-time favourite comics, and this new (penultimate!) volume may easily be the best one yet since volume 2. Not much to say without spoiling stuff, but characters go through some very sincere emotional experiences that have been building up towards ...

    I have NO IDEA what is going on in Sex Criminals, Vol. 5: Five Fingered Discount. ** Spoilers ahead ** Of course, I don't remember what happened in Fourgy either but how did Jon end up in Cumworld? There are so many bizarre, unbelievable subplots that make absolutely no se...

    WHAT THE FUCK HAPPENED WITH THE HUMOR IN THIS COMIC BOOK? This use to be hilarious, but now it's painfully slow and not funny at all. There's a few jokes here and there, but it's background stuff. I hate to admit this, but I'm only reading this comic book to see naked people these days...

    This series keeps devolving further and further into utter strangeness, but I will never stop reading. The story in this volume wasn?t all that compelling, imo, but it?s so witty and funny. ...

    Once upon a time, this was a book about criminals who had lots of sex. Then artificial roadblocks were introduced for dramatic effect resulting in less sex and less crime. This volume removes some of those obstacles as a large number of the cast starts to come together, but not for cri...

    I'm confident that the story would have been better without the magical elements. I know that's sort of the "point", the gimmick of it, but I find it to be the weakest element. The plot with the sex police has been awful for the last three volumes. I wish we could just strip the narrat...

    Fraction and Zdasrsky always manage to produce beautiful human narratives in these books, and Volume 5 reminded why I enjoy this series so much. That's not to say that this volume was perfect the pace was at times too meandering, and, much like previous two volumes, by the end I was le...

    So you've just blown a load. It's all over the place. You don't know what to do with yourself. And then your mum walks in. She's waiting for a response. So what do you do? You start dancing. You pull an Ashlee Simpson from that SNL act and start frantically dancing like the dopi...

    Ugh, a whole volume dedicated to Jon and Suzie moping after their breakup just so they can get back together? That's rom-com trite and predictable. The writing is still razor sharp but I thought Fraction and Zdarsky were better than this. ...

    At this point in the relationship, we know what to expect fromSex Criminals - lots of sex and drawings of penises, but also, some vaguely meaningful commentary on relationships and intimacy. And even when we don't get either of those things, we're getting hilarious visual gags and ...

    I liked this a lot better than the last one, which made me feel like the series was starting to become aimless and no fun. It's still not as purely fun here as it was in the first two volumes, but a lot of things were course corrected, and the last couple of pages were great. Suzie...

    I forgot to rate this one, so I had a lot of time in-between to think (and to forget the details). For me, Sex Criminals needn't be that horrible. But sadly, it's a mixture of disparate elements. Comedy, drama, satire, parody, action (and none of them actually match the other), art tha...

  • Alex E
    Jun 08, 2018

    Jon and Suze have broken up. She?s moved back to her mom?s place only to discover her mother?s gotten wayyyy too sexual in her retirement, while he?s moved in with a bisexual lady who he?s in an open relationship with. So they?re both still messes! Meanwhile the villainous ...

    This was quite weird even for this series. But I have grown very fond of Jon and Suzy and I will miss them when it's all over. ...

    Sex Criminals keeps being one of my all-time favourite comics, and this new (penultimate!) volume may easily be the best one yet since volume 2. Not much to say without spoiling stuff, but characters go through some very sincere emotional experiences that have been building up towards ...

    I have NO IDEA what is going on in Sex Criminals, Vol. 5: Five Fingered Discount. ** Spoilers ahead ** Of course, I don't remember what happened in Fourgy either but how did Jon end up in Cumworld? There are so many bizarre, unbelievable subplots that make absolutely no se...

    WHAT THE FUCK HAPPENED WITH THE HUMOR IN THIS COMIC BOOK? This use to be hilarious, but now it's painfully slow and not funny at all. There's a few jokes here and there, but it's background stuff. I hate to admit this, but I'm only reading this comic book to see naked people these days...

    This series keeps devolving further and further into utter strangeness, but I will never stop reading. The story in this volume wasn?t all that compelling, imo, but it?s so witty and funny. ...

    Once upon a time, this was a book about criminals who had lots of sex. Then artificial roadblocks were introduced for dramatic effect resulting in less sex and less crime. This volume removes some of those obstacles as a large number of the cast starts to come together, but not for cri...

    I'm confident that the story would have been better without the magical elements. I know that's sort of the "point", the gimmick of it, but I find it to be the weakest element. The plot with the sex police has been awful for the last three volumes. I wish we could just strip the narrat...

    Fraction and Zdasrsky always manage to produce beautiful human narratives in these books, and Volume 5 reminded why I enjoy this series so much. That's not to say that this volume was perfect the pace was at times too meandering, and, much like previous two volumes, by the end I was le...

    So you've just blown a load. It's all over the place. You don't know what to do with yourself. And then your mum walks in. She's waiting for a response. So what do you do? You start dancing. You pull an Ashlee Simpson from that SNL act and start frantically dancing like the dopi...

    Ugh, a whole volume dedicated to Jon and Suzie moping after their breakup just so they can get back together? That's rom-com trite and predictable. The writing is still razor sharp but I thought Fraction and Zdarsky were better than this. ...

    At this point in the relationship, we know what to expect fromSex Criminals - lots of sex and drawings of penises, but also, some vaguely meaningful commentary on relationships and intimacy. And even when we don't get either of those things, we're getting hilarious visual gags and ...

    I liked this a lot better than the last one, which made me feel like the series was starting to become aimless and no fun. It's still not as purely fun here as it was in the first two volumes, but a lot of things were course corrected, and the last couple of pages were great. Suzie...

    I forgot to rate this one, so I had a lot of time in-between to think (and to forget the details). For me, Sex Criminals needn't be that horrible. But sadly, it's a mixture of disparate elements. Comedy, drama, satire, parody, action (and none of them actually match the other), art tha...

    Here is the thing about Fraction and Zdarsky's SEX CRIMINALS. . . I like it, but I sometimes get the feeling that it wants me to root for Jon and Suzy to be together. . . but they are awful for each other and I'd rather read about them as exes than a couple. So the romantic reunion ...

    Remember when this series was funny? ...

    Man, this is actually breaking my brain and my heart. For all of the wildcard silliness, this meditation on how even seemingly healthy relationships can be doomed by weird insecurities is messing me up good. ...

    This fucking book. ...

    Ahh finally. They've got back together ? ...

    This one was all right, but it's also been long enough since I read the others that I've totally forgotten the powers of all the characters except the main ones, and them using their powers in this volume did not make any clearer what those powers actually were. I had also completely f...

    I don't know, man. I still love the art and humor of Sex Criminals, but I have absolutely no idea what's going on in this volume. The back cover tells me that Suzie and Jon have broken up - I remembered that much at least from previous volumes. But now there are dozens of other charact...

    I had trouble remembering the relationship of all the characters because it had been too long since my last read of this title. Which ultimately is why I read any title, although the sex related peripherals and background stuff is clever and as explicit as anything I see or read. (It m...

    This volume felt like a bunch of wheel-spinning, because it was light on the Sex and super-light on the Crimes. Instead, we get about four issues of relationships. What are our protagonists doing now that they're broken up? And will they get back together? We'll inevitably find out...

    Alas, Sex Criminals has hit a bit of a lull. Five Fingered Discount is definitely a bridging volume, setting everything up for action yet to come. There's not a lot of action or plot movement, but hopefully that gets better in volume 6. ...

    Maybe my favorite volume so far. There's a lot going on here about letting go vs. holding on, and, as usual, the boys find some deeply moving answers among the usual family-unfriendly puns. ...

    Spoilers ahead (basically a plot summary so I can remember) -Jon and Suzie are broken up. Suzie moves so she can take a job at a new library. She is dating a guy whose name I can't remember because he is super boring and lame. Jon is dating a woman but they are in an open relationship...

    For a volume that amounts to a make-up/make-out session that everyone saw coming, I was still into this. While the book has left behind a lot of its immaturity, for better or worse, it?s become a more interesting look at relationships and why people suck at them. Jon?s breakup with...

    It was funny reading at work with constant fear of that somebody could take a look at my screen, finding out I?m reading something called ?Sex Criminals? instead of working. But meh, I needed to know how story continued after long time. Why did I even do that.... I really lik...

    Its a new direction for our heroes and boy are they a mess. After building Jon and Suzie's relationship for four volumes, we get to explore their lives with the absence of each other as they try to navigate mundane tasks like work, home life, and ultimately moving on. All with plen...