- Twice Blessed gave us both Cade and Pella shirtless-ness for Christmas.
- The Furo Scenes in Tower of God. Sexualizing Lero-ro, Quant, Ja, Arkraptor, Kang Horyang, Prince and Rapdevil.
- Silent Hill: Promise: We first meet Borje right after he's come out of the shower. It's quite distracting, both for Vanessa and the readers.
- After Kit rips off the dress that was hampering her fighting, Nigel of Fey Winds also gets his first shirtless scene here... with Lampshade Hanging, of course.Sid: Why did Nigel take off all HIS clothes, too?
Larina: I... don't know. Solidarity?
- Girl Genius seems to be working its way through its male Sparks, though they still haven't caught up to the womenfolk in terms of Fanservice. First there was Klaus, then Tarvek, and very recently, Gil has finally gotten his turn. And there was much rejoicing.
- And even more recently, Tarvek, since reappearing in the second half of Vol. 8, has been wearing just boots, bandages and a bedsheet.
- Airman Higgs recently got a (mostly) shirtless scene, which primarily showed off his rather impressive collection of scars.
- Othar is introduced like this. And went back to it when they pulled him out of Mechanicsburg. (Gil finally tries to get him to put one on, to the disappointment of everyone present.)
- Heck, even The Adventures of Dr. McNinja has one! And that comic has almost no love/sexual references at all. It's right here, in case you want to see it. And, ladies, you do. The Fanservice is even lampshaded in the Alt Text, which reads: "Lil' bit of fan service for you ladies out there." It's much-appreciated, Doc Hastings. Very much appreciated.
- "Hey, what time is it?" "Shirtless O'Clock." "I thought so."
- Khaos Komix gives us Steve wearing nothing but a towel and a blush.
- Also, half-naked Alex doing chin-ups — which he had invoked specifically so his crush would walk in on him.
- All too frequently in Goodbye Chains, much to the pleasure of fangirls.
- Very recently, The Phoenix Requiem had one from Robyn...while he was splashing around in a stream...covered with authentic battle damage. It was entirely justified (he needed it to scoop water with) and the female readers are not complaining.
- The artist apparently had a small internal argument with her Robyn-muse.Sarah: I need some way for Robyn to get a lot of water up there, the fat shade is too big to be broomed.
Robyn: I could use my shirt.
Sarah: Don't be silly. Maybe there is a bucket lying around or something.
Robyn: Yeah, that wouldn't look like a convenient coincidence AT ALL. Seriously, I could take off my shirt and use that.
Sarah: That's fanservice! I need to not do that!
Robyn: It's not fanservice, it's LOGIC. (takes shirt off) SHIRTLESS O'CLOCK!
Sarah: * sigh* ;_;
- The artist apparently had a small internal argument with her Robyn-muse.
- This scene from Harkovast, where Ki first appears. Mind you, the Ano-Chee and Junlocks never seem to wear shirts at all!
- In DMFA, Abel remains shirtless about 85% of the time.
Mink: (grinning)...Oolong got your shirt again.Abel: BUGGERING HELL!
- In Abel's Story, it's played for laughs:
- Juathuur: a short but nice shirtless scene for Ratheel and Dejoru starts Here. One for Thomil can be found Here. (warning: spoilers!).
- The Manga In A Webcomic from Questionable Content, Magical Love Gentleman.
- In Tiny Kitten Teeth, Mewsli and Rapstallion get one starting here.
- Trigger from Far Out There has had several.
- Think Before You Think has one of these in Julia's whipped cream fantasy, and again at later at the beach.
- Walter and Izor whenever the cast is on a beach. Walter even sings "I'm Too Sexy" at one point. Izor, however, is less than amused.
- Hanna Is Not a Boy's Name had one that was actually plot-important—for one, Hanna needed to quickly write runes all over his body to fight a ghost, and two, because it revealed a huge freakin' scar that probably relates to his Dark and Troubled Past and Ambiguous Humanity in some way.
- Danny from Zodiac Blues does this whenever he can.
- The first time we see Guineas change to human in El Goonish Shive. Judging by the random female soldier and Ellen's reaction, it could be a crowning moment of sexy.
- In Boy Meets Boy and Friendly Hostility, Fox Maharassa occasionally does this, including one strip where he plays a tabletop game naked in order to cheer Collin up.
- Elon of Ears for Elves has his moment here, demonstrating that he's in his prime despite being 77. Zalanna is shocked at his behaviour — surely it's highly inappropriate for innocents like Myari to see!
- In Thistil Mistil Kistil, Hedda's mending results in a shirtless scene for Coal — cue blush.
- In Sinfest, Fuschia paints Crimney like this.
- Alien the Alien has the very first panel. And a (non-frontal) nude scene.
- In Urban Underbrush, Blair persuades them to let him join their nature retreat -- and then argues his shirt is not natural.
- Several male characters in Accursed Dragon get shirtless scenes, but most often it is Coven.
- Even Doc Rat got one. Not that he showed any skin, mind you. He just went shirtless.
- In True Villains, Sebastian gets one while recovering from taking a debilitating spell to the chest — until his boss tells him to put a shirt on and stop distracting everyone. He gets another shirtless Bandage Babe appearance after taking a No-Holds-Barred Beatdown from a powerful vampire.
- Early on in Dumbing of Age part of the gang goes to the beach, and Walky gets several strips of plot-related shirtlessness before being buried in the sand.
Dorothy: (whispering in Joyce's ear) Did you see him at the beach with his shirt off? It's like he's sculpted out of caramel.
- And there's some female Fanservice too from Sal, though the rest of the women remain shirted.
- Later referenced when Joyce asks Dorothy why she's into Walky:
- Schlock Mercenary: "I'll go find a shirt."
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