The first volume was greeted with a few cries of racism on some online gossip sites including a letter posted on MikeSouth.com, a representative said, which culminated in a spirited discussion on the "Howard Stern" radio show where Stern, Robin Quivers and funnyman Artie Lange came to the decision that the series name was really not racist.
“'Long Dong Black Kong' is not racist in any way, I promise you that. Granted, the name is a bit entertaining and I can see where a very small few might associate it with King Kong references but this series is more like barely legal girls with big black guys. I’m serious,” director Will Ryder said.
“'Long Dong Black Kong 1' was very successful and the second volume is even better than the first as it gets more adventurous with the girls getting interviewed before each scene,” said Peter Reynolds, Adam & Eve’s vice president of sales and marketing.
"Long Dong Black Kong 2" stars Renae Cruz, Leilani, Honey DeJour, Rebeca Linares and Carly Parker. It hits stores Tuesday.
For more information, visit MySpace.com/LongDongBlackKong. To order, call Peter Reynolds, Adam & Eve Pictures, at (888) 416-6130 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.