Series: Meatmen

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Meatmen Volume 1 by Winston Leyland1
Meatmen Volume 2 by Winston Leyland2
Meatmen Volume 3 by Winston Leyland3
Meatmen Volume 4 by Winston Leyland4
Meatmen Volume 5 by Winston Leyland5
Meatmen Volume 6 by Winston Leyland6
Meatmen Volume 7 by Winston Leyland7
Meatmen Volume 8 by Winston Leyland8
Meatmen Volume 9 by Winston Leyland9
Meatmen Volume 10 by Winston Leyland10
Meatmen Volume 11 by Publications Leyland11
Meatmen Volume 12 by Winston Leyland12
Meatmen Volume 13 by Winston Leyland13
Meatmen Volume 14 by Winston Leyland14
Meatmen Volume 15 by Winston Leyland15
Meatmen Volume 16 by Winston Leyland16
Meatmen Volume 17 by Publications Leyland17
Meatmen Volume 18 by Winston Leyland18
Meatmen Volume 19 by Winston Leyland19
Meatmen Volume 20 by Winston Leyland20
Meatmen Volume 21 by Winston Leyland21
Meatmen Volume 22 by Winston Leyland22
Meatmen Volume 23 by Winston Leyland23
Meatmen Volume 24 by Winston Leyland24
Meatmen Volume 25 by Winston Leyland25
Meatmen Volume 26 by Winston Leyland26

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Series description

An anthology of gay male erotic comics, edited by Winston Leyland.


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