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  • Writer's pictureAshley Mongrain


Updated: Jul 12, 2021

Rating - ⭐⭐⭐⭐

"In an unknown time and place, there's a war going on in space and mankind has developed a system of fighting that includes two sides of a team. One person is the fighter who pilots the spacecraft and his partner is the navigator who directs the way.

Navigators come from higher society and are mostly seen as privileged and intelligent. Fighters are men that are known for their violent tendencies, skills in combat, and anger issues.

Abel didn't want to follow his politician father into his world and instead chose his own path as a navigator. He's gay and has always had strong desires that he's hidden... until he's partnered with his fighter, Cain.

Cain is unpredictable, violent, possessive, and very skilled at what he does. He goes through navigators faster than any other fighter so he's developed the reputation that he's impossible to work with.

When Cain meets Abel, he marks him and possessives him in every way possible unknowingly giving Abel exactly what he's been craving for years. Now the only question is, will their relationship grow to benefit them both in this time of war or with Cain's reputation and violent tendencies end up destroying Abel?"


Starfighter by Hamlet Machine is a completed NSFW sci-fi webcomic that can be read online for free here.

The reason I label this as NSFW is because, well, this story contains graphic and explicit sex, and I mean really explicit because this is a webcomic, so you see everything.

I read this two times. The first time I gave it a 3.5 star rating because for one, the sex was way more explicit than I was expecting, and two, Cain's behaviour was very jarring in the beginning as he is extremely possessive and violent which makes for his and Abel's relationship to be kind of dubious. The second time around, I was prepared for both of those facts and was able to enjoy the plot better.

Graphic sex scenes aside, the plot was actually really good. I thought the sci-fi elements, while simple, were rather unique. It was also illustrated very well. If you don't mind the NSWF tag and slightly dubious relationships, this is a rather good sci-fi webcomic.

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