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Released: Apr 02nd, 2014
Running Time: 152 Min.
Director: Lexington Steele
Company: Lexington Steele Productions
Distribution Companies: Evil Angel
DVD Extras: Biography(ies), Cumshot Recap, Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s)
Cast: Jamie Sullivan, Megan Vaughn, Monique Symone, Sadie Santana, Sophia Fiore, Lexington Steele
Critical Rating: AAAA
Genre: Ethnic - Black
Leading African-American pornographer/stud Lexington Steele presents the all-black production “Black Panthers.”
Lexington Steele tends to appear mostly in interracial releases, so when he puts out an all-black title you know he’s only going to pick the best black girls from the talent pool. In the inaugural release of his new Black Panthers series, he picks a cast of beauties that helps define the future of this series.
Up first is Megan Vaughn, a tasty looking chocolate-skinned hottie and the perfect choice to open this series. Megan has natural sex appeal and she knows how to tease, but she seems a bit overwhelmed by the much more experienced cocksman. There may not be too many guys who can handle this sweet piece of mocha, but Lexington easily turns her into putty. By the time Lex enters her ass he’s already taken control of her, and he later pops a nice satisfying load on her pretty face.
Sexual athlete Sophia Fiore is also a woman who would be hard to handle, but she instantly creams when Lex enters her box, allowing him to take total charge of her. Sophia’s long legs begin to tremble as soon as Lex ass-fucks her with his long stick, and things culminate with him pumping out a big load of jizz all over Sophia’s toned body.
Sadie Santana is clearly having second thoughts the moment she lays eyes on Lex’s third leg, but she endures even opening up her ass wide for Lex’s pipe. The final scene with Jamie Sullivan and Monique Symone isn't quite on par with the rest, but there’s still plenty of great stuff here that definitely sets the tone for this series down the line.