Though Hugh Hefner revolutionized the world of erotica after founding Playboy in 1953, launching a magazine to appeal to men’s more sensual sensibilities, the publishing icon’s 33-year-old son Marston Hefner is following in his father’s footsteps, this time, in pursuit of something even sweeter – Pokemon cards.

In a move that likely left Playboy’s executives irate, Marston launched an OnlyFans account of his own. Alongside serving as a “long-term avenue for further financial security,” he told Page Six his decision to strip down partially stemmed from his passion for pop culture collectibles.

“I really like comic books. I really like Pokémon cards,” he quipped, describing himself as “a collector” while flaunting his Amazing Fantasy Spider-Man comic. “This is a way for me to get some income so that I can buy that Pokémon card that I really want.”

While Marston declined to get specific about his finances, he said owning “a Pokémon Trophy card” was on the horizon.

Though his wife is seemingly less-than-enthused about his endeavor – “She would rather me not be on OnlyFans, but what’s more important to her is me pursuing my dreams or my interests, taking risks,” he explained – his upbringing amid the Playboy empire also shaped these desires.

“I joined it because one, I believe there’s nothing wrong with nudity or sexuality,” Marston explained how growing up with Playboys strewn around the house shaped his perception on nudity. 

So here's to Marston’s OnlyFans – we will not be catching them all or even one of his posts.