And I spent too much on comics today (when they’re a dollar, they rack up fast). Bit of Thor, a new Journey into Mystery (not a dollar, but worth it), and a bunch of PowerGirl, who’s one of my all time favs.
Had to deal with the snark about gravity defying boobs of epic size from R, but honestly I don’t care. Powergirl is awesome and I is happy to have new stuff to read.
I’m going back to reading now.
I don’t care about the boobs either. I figure that comics are a fantasy. With all sorts of other super human abilities showcased – I don’t think a pair of super human boobs should be a big deal. People just politicize things too much. I myself am rather flat chested, but I can appreciate that a super human being has abilities/traits that I don’t have. Just like guys can dig superman without complaining that he has too many muscles etc.
At the end of the day, people just like to whine.
Thank you so much for your wonderful ability to reduce the legitimate commentary about overwhelming breast size to ‘whining’. Also thanks for making those of us who are not as confidant in their physical appearance feel like complete and utter failures as people. You have displayed a stunning lack of compassion that I find truly inspiring. No really. Thanks.
** Disclaimer** All sarcasm taken from this is fully intended and targeted at the above commenter and anyone else with similar opinions. If you missed it, try again.
Oh nos! A cartoon character looks different than me! I’m sure all the men who feel angry about the muscular hunks in twilight have a legitimate concern too. From now on, everyone on TV and in comics is only allowed to look like a Seinfeld extra so everyone can feel better about themselves.
I am sorry you are offended by fake boobs. Please don’t read comics. Art should be whatever it wants to be and shouldn’t be constricted because some people might get offended.