Magic: The Gathering/Radar

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  • Ekundu Cyclops. Let's hope the stuff hanging between his legs is just some sort of tail. Also this card features an Ogress sitting on some kind of tree with a surprisingly phallic shape. Get a more detailed analysis here.
  • On the same note, Witch-Maw Nephilim. Let's see: It looks like a giant penis with a really long tongue. Its flavor text refers to "making way for its passage", a clear reference to penetration, and it gets bigger when you play a spell; one can imagine it rising as it does so. When it gets big enough, it can penetrate even the most effective defensive line.
  • An article about four aforementioned secretly somewhat offensive cards.
  • In the art of the Rod of Spanking card in the Unhinged card set, someone is spanking a monkey.
  • Psychic Network: "And the man in the back – let's just say he's providing a different kind of pay service."
  • Uktabi Orangutan. "Marry", huh? Is That What They're Calling It Now? Added bonus: there is a sequel. Now we know where the phrase "I'd tap that" came from...
  • Clergy en-Vec. Whatever that second person is doing to him down there, he sure looks happy about it, that's for sure.[1]
  • Ethersworn Canonist. Heavily implies that, on Esper, sex is surpressed.
  • The art on Reversal of Fortune is pretty revealing. Probably more so when you realize that the Vulshok of Mirrodin have metal that grows organically from their bodies, so she's probably not actually wearing a bra. And that's nothing--check out Alluring Scent.
  • Tunnel Ignus Yes, that's its name. But if the name refers to love, then the card itself is pure hate for decks that focus on fetching a lot of lands.
  1. Read the flavor text. Now look at the card art. Now intentionally misread the flavor text.