Must Read: Click Must-read graphic novels are futuristic classics that shouldn't be missed. Of course, not every must-see is perfect. That's why we've rated them 1-5 on the patented "crunchy goodness" scale.

Title: Click
Date: 1992-2002

Vitals: Claudia, a super hawt rich girl, has a device implanted that makes her sexuality remote-controllable. A creepy man uses that remote control to turn her into a raging naked slut whenever he wants.

Famous names: Milo Manara

Crunchy goodness: 2

Spinoffs/Sequels/Copycats: Manara put out three sequels, plus a naughty invisible man story and a naughty Gulliver's Island ripoff. And Click inspired a whole flotilla of depraved fetishists on the Internet.

Sights you'll never unsee: Three words: Dog in heat. Also, drugged emenas that cause women to have clairvoyant visions. Okay then.

The shit: The field of erotic science-fiction comics is not exactly overcrowded, but Manara manages to make it seem like a viable chimera. The ornateness of his art, combined with the sense of all heck breaking loose when the woman's dial is turned up, combine to make you forget quite how ooky the whole thing is.

Deadliest spoiler: Claudia gets back together with her attorney husband in Click 4. But then an incestuous brother-sister duo get their hands on a remote control and decide to use her remote-controlled sex drive to battle corporate corruption. Or something.

Milo Manara: The Official Website (maybe NSFW)