Bitch Planet: President Bitch, Valentine De Landro, Taki Soma, Kelly Sue DeConnick 
Updated: October 24, 2022
No rape or sexual assault
Rape or sexual assault mentioned in passing (in discussion and/or implied)
Sexual harassment (e.g. verbal or non-consensual touching/grabbing)
Sexual relationship between adult and teenager
Child sexual abuse
Attempted rape
Rape strongly implied/details surrounding a rape discussed in detail (i.e. the events before/after)
Detailed/vivid description of rape


The premise of this comic series is that women who are not able or willing to comply with the extreme social pressures put on their gender get imprisoned on a separate planet. The world that the characters live in is deeply misogynist. There is a content advisory in the beginning of issue 6 that reads “The following is a flashback issue, covering the events that led to Meiko Maki’s incarceration. It contains plot elements and images relating to sexual assault. We encourage you to evaluate your comfort level before deciding to continue. Bitch Planet’s main narrative resumes with issue 7 and does not recount the assault.” As a teenager, the character named above killed an adult man who was attempting to groom her.

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