Adult Wednesday Addams Bad. Captain America Porn Good.

Ralph M. RiveraCopyright3 Comments

In a world where Marvel and DC partner to threaten boutique content creators for using the phrase "super hero," one has to wonder why they allow the mass distribution of porn parodies.

Did I mention that I bought an Apple TV? No? I bought an Apple TV.

Now that we’re all caught up…

I found a series on YouTube called “Adult Wednesday Addams” that was hysterical. It’s a parody of what life would be like in the real world for a grown up Wednesday Addams. The creator of the series, the brilliant and funny Melissa Hunter, had such success with the first season that she launched a successful fundraising campaign to complete a second season. After seeing both seasons, I wanted to watch them again, but this time on our big screen with my wife. That’s where the Apple TV comes in.

We buy the Apple TV, install it and can you guess what happened next?

If you guessed that the show was immediately pulled off YouTube as a result of a copyright claim, you’d be right. So poor Carol Lynn never got to see a single episode.

But in an ironic twist, you can still purchase a copy of The Addams Family XXX, a pornographic interpretation by Exquisite Films. If you are more into vintage porn and want to see Cortez get romantic, you can also check out the 1991 adult film The Maddams Family. The latter features renowned thespian Ron Jeremy.

I’m not crying foul or claiming that creativity is under attack, but in a world where Marvel and DC partner to threaten boutique content creators for using the phrase “super hero,” one has to wonder why they allow the mass distribution of Spiderman XXX: A Porn Parody, Superman Vs. Spiderman XXX: An Axel Braun Parody and Avengers XXX 2: An Axel Braun Parody. The list of porn parodies by an assortment of adult entertainment companies is long and distinguished.

I imagine they recognize that the real threat is Melissa Hunter.

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In a world where Marvel and DC partner to threaten boutique content creators for using the phrase "super hero," one has to wonder why they allow the mass distribution of porn parodies.