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Axel Braun Pre-Empts Batman V Superman and Civil War With Avengers vs. X-Men XXX Porn Parody

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He certainly is up-to-the-minute, what with Wasp, Mockingbird and Dr. Strange on the roster. And because it’s “parody,” no need to share character rights with anybody!

“As a comic fan, this is the movie I have been eager to see!” said Braun. “I was blessed with a terrific cast and with a storyline that allowed for some awesome parody moments, so in the end we were able to create a spoof that’s exactly as fun, sexy and entertaining as I had hoped.”

The cast include such fan favorites as Penny Pax as Mockingbird, Chanel Preston as Polaris, Dana Vespoli as  Psylocke, Katie St. Ives as Kitty Pride, Zoe Voss as Wasp, Skin Diamond as Storm, Jazy Berlin as Black Cat, Jayden Jaymes as Maria Hill, Josh Rivers as Captain America,Nat Turnher as Luke Cage, Jason Matrix as Havok, Tom Byron as Magneto, Marcus London as Banshee, Jack Vegas as Dr. Strange,Lexington Steele as Nic Fury and marks the last on-camera appearance of the late Billy Glide as Colossus.

As a casual fan, I still wonder if I’m just missing the point completely when I ask if the cliffhanger ending of the Wolverine porno will ever be resolved. And don’t just tell me “somebody chokes on dick.” That part’s obvious.

Avengers vs X-Men XXX: An Axel Braun Parody  debuts today online on Vivid.com

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