There's nothing unintentional about that.
>this is what female on male rape looks like
Where do I sign up?
>First it was nothing, then it was everything
Is this common level of writing in graphic novels? If so, no wonder the sales tank. This is fanfiction level of writing. At least fanfaction can claim it is not cannon
Well, they ARE aliens, aren't they?
"..C-Clark? What is that thing?!"
"...Those are my genitals, Lois - I thought - I thought we were g-"
"It has PINCERS! Why does it have pincers??!"
"..To hold you with?"
I find it funny how some people assume the kid is somehow going to be Carol's or something wacky like that because they're blonde. No one seems to remember that Jessica is naturally blonde.
With Cap, it's been going on since practically the start of the Marvel Age.
That first panel. Jesus, Stan, laying it on a little thick, are we?
But the final panels take the fucking cake.
I really have to wonder how much of this was deliberate.
"Distraught, the Captain sought to lighten his mood with tawdry sexual encounters, even group sex, but nothing could take his mind off the memory of the one he had truly loved..."
Didn't Stan Lee or someone else say that Steve Rogers is supposed to be the most handsome dude in the MU?
I wouldn't say terrible. Plus I dig how he doesn't make her hot, for a change. In her first appearance she looked really weird and goofy, and why not?
Ugly heroes - I don't mean misshapen or outright bizarre looking, I mean ugly - are rarer than homosexuals, fat people or non-Caucasians.
I mean, in 'New Avengers' she was a standard hot chick and badass and all. And what a disaster that was!
No, I rather like the new series. I don't mind serious comics - but please, let's have a few comical comics, too.
That would have to translate into 'conventionally handsome', since not everybody agrees on what is attractive.
So... kinda like the 'Vitruvian Man', mathematically perfect and symmetrical.
Thing is, I don't mind the idea of someone making Doreen ugly - if I believed it was intentional. But *everyone* in that series looks like an alien. Thor is canonically supposed to be a pretty handsome dude and here he looks like someone hit Benedict Cumberbatch in the face with a sledgehammer. So I'm pretty sure it's not so much making her intentionally ugly as not knowing how to make a non-unappealing face and then trying to spin it.
It's more that she got a job for being friends with the dude they got for writing, honestly. He said himself that he asked for her straight up. Kinda late for getting angry at nepotism in the comics industry, though - it's a time honored tradition.
But yeah, the art is just pretty bad.
That artist knew exactly what they were doing
Someone in marvel really likes cockatoos
had it as my wallpaper for the longest. then i found something even lewder commissioned by the same artist
Unintentionally sexy panels/pages or "unintentionally" sexy panels/pages?
It's leinil yu
You'll never get to bottom'd Peter Parker.
>Is this common level of writing in graphic novels? If so, no wonder the sales tank. This is fanfiction level of writing.
Who exactly do you think it is that wants to be a comics writer?
>At least fanfaction can claim it is not cannon
You should learn to spell before you bitch about wrting.
good old benes
the only good thing out of early red lanterns
Just look at that ass
you know its not just that its a woman doing it, this is exactly what a lot of women think when they see a man raping a woman in fiction too but 4chan's overwhelming majority of users are men.
too bad bleeze isint into that
i know that carrie canonically shouldn't be very pretty, but this thing is atrocious.
I still think it has sort of an interesting "naive" style to it. The ignorance of anatomy in particular gives it a "looseness" which makes it feel almost more like an alt comic rather than a big 2 comic.
they keep trying to give her a head silhouette which resembles the head fin on Mar-Vell's Kree uniform