Pros and Cons
- exclusive artwork
- high-res images
- reasonably priced
- nothing can be saved
- watermarked images
- no slideshow
Welcomix makes the claim that it's the "best XXX comics and cartoons website." That's a bold statement to make, especially with all the competition out there. Having already visited just about all the competitors' sites during my time as a porn reviewer, I'm not quite ready to say that this site is the best there is. However, it is good and it's only getting better.
The first thing that needs to be said about Welcomix is that it's surprisingly low-priced for a site that offers toon porn. Usually you're expected to pay an arm and a leg, but this one is actually quite reasonable. That earns it a lot of points with me.
Another thing that earns the site a ton of points is the quality of its material. It's got comics and illustrated stories to share with us and the artwork is just sensational. It's dynamic, fun and always hot. It usually depicts sexy babes, lesbians or hardcore action. It's rarely all that realistic, but I really like the style. Your mileage may vary, of course, but the drawings get a big thumbs up from me. The one thing I don't like is that there's always a big watermark plastered on the images. Get rid of that!
You get 192 comics/illustrated stories at the moment and that number is improving. Updates continue to roll in and it seems like you can expect something new every few days. It's good that you don't have to wait very long, because there aren't any extras to keep busy with.
If you're like me, you're going to want to add a lot of the comics and illustrations to your personal collection. Unfortunately, it's impossible to do so. You can't save any of the comic pages or pictures and that's a real shame. You'll need to have a photographic memory to keep these high-res images with you after your membership expires.
I like Welcomix, but I think I'd love it if I could save the content. If they aren't going to let us download the comics and stories, they should at least do away with the big watermarks they throw on top of everything. There's no need for the watermarks to be so large and their presence does a disservice to the talented artists behind the work.