BEVERLY HILLS—The most hated man on the Internet and notorious DJ Hunter Moore ("I have a life ban from Instagram and Facebook.") comes clean on snorting coke, scoring nubile pussy all over North America and wrecking people’s lives via a revenge-seekers’ Web site, in a no-holds-barred interview headlining the March 2013 issue of Hustler magazine, hitting newsstands December 25.
Also featured is a sit-down with John Belushi’s widow, Judith Belushi-Pisano, who, on the 30th anniversary of his untimely death, reveals how a klutzy high school kid became one of the 20th century’s most influential comics ("It was while making Animal House that John got his education about the blues."). Fleshbot.com’s editor and publisher Lux Alptraum examines the latest breakthroughs in sex toys for men ("Vibration can feel just as good on dicks as it does on clits."), and Hustler takes a looks at the sexiest superheroine in comics, as the cult phenomenon heads to the big screen ("Supergirl may have the shortest skirt, and Wonder Woman gets points for her love of bracelets and bondage, but few comic-book babes are as arousing as Witchblade’s Sara Pezzini.")
Brazilian bombshell and coverbabe Adriana Sephora heats up the March centerfold pictorial, "Viva a Bunda!" She’s joined in this issue with mouthwatering photo spreads of Raven Rockette ("Bush League"), Naj’a Irie ("Spring Fling"), Tiffany Fox ("Foxy Lady") and Aleska Diamond ("Astronaughty"). Part One of the new feature "Porn Girls of Twitter" reveals the hottest online flesh from this favorite social-networking site, spotlighting hardcore networkers, the naughty-as-sin Nikki Delano ("The Superstar") and the alluring Alison Tyler ("The Glamazon"). There’s also a Masterstroke review of Smash Pictures’ XXX 50 Shades of Gray parody, and a lurid demonstration of "acceptable conduct" in a special guide to workplace "cumaraderie."
Hustler is one of America’s most popular adult magazines. Based in Beverly Hills, California, it has been publishing monthly since July 1974.
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