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How about Fansadox BDSM Stories, just the descriptions will make me loose sleep for a month! -- NC17 to all you wanks (possible Gorn)
—Comment in archived discussion related to the "High Octane Nightmare Fuel" page on TV Tropes

Fansadox is a BDSM pornographic comic franchise centered around rough BDSM play, the beating and rape of women. As it's expected, being made for a specific niche, readers will have reactions ranging from Squick to High Octane Nightmare Fuel to beyond that. In rare cases, it can even turn to snuff.

It consists of contributions from several artists with several (and highly different) way of drawing, or even thinking. This obviously results in different numbers with different stories.

In more recent issues, the company has made several disclaimer pages, almost mocking the porn industry, in which the fictional cartoon characters swear they're over 18 and that they are actually BDSM (sometimes paid) actors who enjoyed every moment of it. Hilarity Ensues, but it also becomes a Narm moment as you realise they appear in just about any issue, from when they started using it so to not have trouble with the US law, fact confirmed by creator Gary Roberts himself (link).

Tropes used in Fansadox include:

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  • Karma Houdini: If you are an abuser, you will never suffer for it in this series.
  • Klingon Promotion: Rarely happens, especially in stable (even if otherwise fucked-up) societies.
  • La Résistance: They're hiding, underfed, unhelped, their ranks are being broken every day, there are specialized hunters on their trail, without a chance in hell, but they're still there... for plot and sadists.
  • Les Yay: Mostly when the torturers are female or when the women are forced into invoking this by their tormentors.
  • Locked Away in a Monastery: Both the literal version of this, and the sex type.
  • Los Angeles: The Great Invasion and the beginning of the reboot of Women Hunt are placed there.
  • Made a Slave.
  • Maid of Sexy. Again, broken.
  • Mars Needs Women: Played literally in Women Hunt. Also in stories set in space.
  • Me Love You Long Time: Inverted, including the love part.
  • Men Are Uncultured. Smelly. Slobs. Lazy. Abusive. But they sure compensate... And it's implied they don't need more than that, anyway.
  • Mind Rape: Quite common.
  • Minion with an F In Evil: Deconstructed with Norville from "Psycho". The poor guy wasn't as willing at first, that's why he pretty much sucked at being evil. The Master knew this, and taunted and tried to turn him every turn he had.
  • Missing White Woman Syndrome: Played straight in issues which deal with the abduction and training of girls from other countries or other races than white.
  • Momma's Boy: There's even one number named like that.
  • Moving the Goalposts: When it's not outright "I Lied".
  • Mutilation Interrogation: Very rare, but present in the Chinese Warlord series.
  • My Girl Is a Slut: Men in the series take sadistic glee in attempting to justify this trope.
  • Naughty Nuns: Only the spooky ones that are like that.
  • Naughty Tentacles: #74 Abducted
  • Naughty Under the Table: Yet another common form of female degradation depicted.
  • Negative Continuity: Except for a few continued series.
  • No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: Some series that risk going into Gorn territory do this to their female protagonists.
  • Not Distracted by the Sexy: Brutally subverted, to the sorrow and horror of every woman depicted.
  • Not My Driver.
  • No Woman's Land.
  • Nuns Are Spooky: And naughty too.
  • Oblivious Younger Sibling: Usually subverted after the first 5 seconds a family member enters and finds abused women, pretending to be horrified. It always turn out for them to be in on it. The only times it's played straight is with the daughters or young women, who are in some mob-like business and don't want it to be known.
  • Only Six Faces: Most women in the same series have similar faces. If you're looking at the works of the same author, you may think "new" characters are literally the reincarnations of old ones.
  • Orphaned Series: Many, many series do not have a sequel (although the author will continue onto other series). Many have a "To be continued" at the end, only to never have a continuance. Hell, it's safer to say that half the stories in the series don't claim to continue the story, half claim but don't, and a small portion that is neither get actual sequels. And even fewer get Uncanceled.
  • O-Ring Orifice: The things that get stuffed in different orifices, "won't fit", but fit anyway... with some bleeding sometimes, but they fit and we never hear about serious injury again.
  • Over-the-Shoulder Carry: Happens very often.

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Can't fall through... Broken glass'll kill me. But must alert neighbors...!Annie, #121 The Snatcher

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