Batman The Hypersexual Pants-Wetter
Did you know that Kevin Smith wrote a Batman comic? This sort of makes sense; Kevin Smith is a celebrity, and a famously big comic fan, and has writing experience, so you can see how DC might have thought this was a good idea. And indeed, the result, Batman: The Widening Gyre was a good idea, if you like your Batman comics to read like highly sexual fanfiction.
DC ComicsWe are absolutely not kidding.
That's Poison Ivy there, who pages later mentions that she's flowering cannabis, in case you'd forgotten for even a second that you were reading something written by Kevin Smith. And this is just like a sideplot; the real needlessly sexual meat of the story involves Silver St. Cloud, one of Bruce Wayne's old flings. Within seconds of her appearance in the book she's pretty casually discussing orgasms; apparently the Dark Knight gave her between 10 and 99 the first time they were together,
DC ComicsUnless she's referring to something done with two fingers.
Silver then spends the rest of the comic boning our hero, aside from one bizarre interlude where he accuses her of being a robot and then attacks her.
DC ComicsAgain, we're being so serious we could die.