>Wow. What a crazy couple of days it has been. My parody cover sketch of Spider-Gwen aping the infamous Manara Spider-Woman pose sent some of the hypersensitive people in a tizzy.
>To be honest, I was amused and surprised by the uproar since it was, in my opinion, over nothing. It’s essentially a small group of angry and humorless people ranting against my DRAWING of a pretty woman. It’s utter nonsense. This world would be a better and a happier place if some people just grow a sense of humor and relax.
>Now, I’m getting bombarded by various bloggers asking for an interview addressing this “scandal”. Instead of me wasting my breath and precious time over this non-issue replying to all the interviewers, I’ve drawn another cover sketch in response which will, hopefully, answer all the questions.
The cutesy tone is what ruins it and makes him sound like he's taking it just as seriously as the people he's attempting to rile up. It's terrible. The image itself says what he's trying to say in a less stupid way.
Finally, someone who is willing to stand up to the insanity.
Hopefully this is the beginning of more artists just saying no when someone makes a big stink about their art and wants it censored or changed.
I really hate that contrarian tone in your post.
And the words in it.
>tfw the usual TheMarySue commenters are clutching their pearls
I'd be shocked if these people actually read manga
>I wonder who contacted him.
The Mary Sue, I imagine
Though same here, I've often seen his art posted on /co/ and he's real good. I've just always had always series I was catching up with; after this I've got not excuse not to read a comic he drew
I'm glad to see the whiners aren't getting him down. It's such a silly thing to complain about that this is the only kind of response that they deserve. They're obviously going to scream even louder over this, but it'll probably fall on deaf ears now.
On it boss man
He did. Except he went full blown nuclear with his first response
>it shows a clear disregard for the perfectly valid outrage over Manara's original Spider-Woman variant
>perfectly valid outrage
Why? He can draw what he wants. Marvel didn't even pay him for this, this was a sketch cover commission. It would suck if artists had to ask the thought police what is ok to draw before they were "allowed" to draw it.
Dude the designer of the costume threatened him.
Like his whole point is that people are making a controversy out of nothing, why would he go to a debate that is legitimizing a conflict he thinks does not need to exist?
Like you guys do...all the time. Just scream and scream and never do anything productive.
McKelvie retweeted some guy saying "This is shitty." As in "It's shitty he's doing this on purpose and it's uncalled for."
It would have been better if it was Batgirl instead of Harley.
This is really funny cause Cho is the one who didn't want a debate.
Why are they so enraged? Why is Cho so flippant? Why not try to discuss it with each other, especially with an opportunity like being asked for an interview? Go on it and defend yourself!
He says it's nothing but this kind of thing keeps happening....
>We will update as necessary
This gunna be gud
What debate? There is nothing to debate. He is an artist and he makes art. He does not and should never let some stupid little girl on twitter or tumblr strongarm him into not making whatever the hell he wants. Grow up
Cho's done some other stupid things aside from that, but yes, he is actually right in this case. This was a "controversy" that should never have been a controversy in the first place.
And I kind of expected him to do a response since I remembered that University2 comic he did in response to complainers.
One of their own commenters said that TMS is turning into Jezebel
>Why are they so enraged?
Benevolent sexism, paternalism.
>Why is Cho so flippant?
He likes drawing lewd women and has been his entire career. Anyone who doesn't like lewd women should follow other artists who cater more to their tastes.
nigga why the fuck are you giving your kids this kind of content to begin with
youre a fucking shitty parent if youre blaming your incompetence on others
Are these people actually surprised that Cho did this?
Had they never heard of Cho or seen any of his artwork prior to these two covers?
What's his face, Rodriguez I think the name is, said Cho disrespected his "child" and that Cho was "lucky we'll never be alone together".
Probably because it was a commission, pretty damn harmless by pin-up standards, and an interview in today's comic media market can only make Cho look bad. Like why does he have to go into a public forum to defend a private commission?
For some reason a lot of people are too dumb to realize that if you simply support the things you like there will be more of them because companies like money. And the things that don't sell will go away.
Are you kidding? He's probably enjoying this.
If he were still writing Liberty Meadows he'd probably have Monkey Boy Cho make a comment about it, then follow it up with some T&A only to get blocked by his editors again
Dammit I miss Liberty Meadows
I think they are so enraged because they view Spider-Gwen as a sacred object. Which is really funny consdiering the whole "Objectifying" thing they are complaining about here.
Cho's response is because of the nature of the piece. It's unofficail. It's not even a comission IIRC. It's just a picture. The response is to him (and to me) disproportionate to the act because of the sanctity of the subject. To the creator and readers, she is a symbol of unsexualized femininity which is emerging and . . . not much else. She's a good character, sure, but they gloss that over for the sanctity with their arguments.
So, the people who object to her objectificataion are objectifying the very thing they wish to protect, albiet in a different way. While the perpetrator doesn't see what the fuss is about.
Was it insensitive? Possibly. I can understand the reasoning behind it all, but I don't think the action is warranted.
Then again, I never found the Manara cover 'offensive' as a sexist statement, but it was just bad looking and skewed with it's overall shape.
>Why not try to discuss it with each other, especially with an opportunity like being asked for an interview? Go on it and defend yourself!
Well gee, maybe he figured out he's an artist, not a twitter shithead who's gonna be willing to sit through a rapid-fire twitter sermon, and anything he'd say is to be dismissed as mansplaining and mocking the plight of women in comics, making him an example and a prime cut of meat for a few rounds of clickbait.
Maybe if more people actually started ignoring and mocking the outrage brigade, they'd learn to live with that and we wouldn't have all these shitty threads.
You know what really bugs me? There are these images which depict women in these poses. As they have been for decades. This isn't even sexual. I'm not sitting here beating to it. The guy is making a joke about a shit controversy that happened when it's probably Marvel's fault for HIRING A DUDE WHO REGULARLY DRAWS LEGIT EROTICA FOR A LIVING to do a cover for a character that has existed for years with a skin-tight suit. Not to mention Gwen, as a spider-person, is regularly doing spread eagles in mid air.
I don't even like Cho's art. I hate his noses. But he makes one fucking crack joke about a controversy and he's shit on from SJW. Meanwhile there have been comedians making fun of shit like the Holocaust and 9/11 and ISIS and countless other tragedies and HA HA IT'S SO FUCKING FUNNY I DON'T HAVE A PROBLEM WITH THAT! People fucking DIED during that. You're telling me a woman bending over in JEST offends this many people?!?! How the FUCK do they even get out of bed in the morning?
When someone says there is a valid outrage I start thinking, politician laundering money through a charity, drunk driver running over children on a playground and so on, not by his own admission in that article bitches feeling "discomfort" at looking at a sexy looking drawing.
What a fucking tool
He deserves the full brunt of derision and mockery that the internet is capable of.
But he felt strong enough to make another cover at them, this time intentionally with humor. Maybe I don't have enough of an artist mindset but it seems like a discussion would be an easier way to make a point. This seems aggressive and why is he aggressive? BTW I think this Quinn cover is a lot better.
These are good points
You're making me reassess my points, my hope was opening a debate would calm down this fire on all sides.
Good point too, Spider-Gwen is very different than an established figure. And that context is important/ interesting. It's another example of how fandom is expanding and including different groups
>Maybe if more people actually started ignoring and mocking the outrage brigade, they'd learn to live with that and we wouldn't have all these shitty threads.
That isn't how it works though, these people get their way when no one speaks up. These people can and do get shit changed now and them doing so is getting faster and faster
If we don't speak of they all companies will hear is them
>Instead of me wasting my breath and precious time over this non-issue replying to all the interviewers, I’ve drawn another cover sketch in response which will, hopefully, answer all the questions.
"I'm not going to respond except with this response which will obviously create a bigger controversy."
Maybe the offended and triggered haven't spent enough time in their safe space. Be nice.
>bitches feeling "discomfort" at looking at a sexy looking drawing.
A lot of young, Americans get beat into their head that sexuality is bad
In a PG-13 movie, you can show a piece of rebar going through some mook's head, but the lead female can't take her top off.
There was a sex reassignment show on E or whatever, and when he was a guy, no blurs on nipples or whatever, and while they were showing part of the fucking surgery, at some point the nipples got blurred. It's fucking mental.
I honestly wouldn't mind hanging out in the Safe Space. Free cookies, a place to nap, and videos of puppies I can whack it to. Juvenile, yes, but you'd be a fool to pass up free cookies.
just delete his twitter
they wont have an outlet to bitch at him if he doesnt have one
theyll have to resort into harassing him in a personal level which would be immoral and possibly illegal
The fantastic thing is that both times he actually drew it better than Manara. There's no incredibly broken neck, the arms and legs are bent in more natural ways for a person resting in that position, and the ass actually looks like it would from that angle. No inhumanly deep and sharp heart-shaped buttocks. Extra points for them wearing things that actually look like clothing, and not just body-paint.
If the original cover had looked more like these, there probably wouldn't have been any outrage whatsover. If he'd posted similar images as an "improvement" when the original outrage happened he'd probably have been applauded for it.
They're about level now. Jezebel in the past let it's feminist biases out in the open. They've culled it a bit recently. TMS is starting to ramp up the stupid.
Yes, you are right. And Cho did that in a way he found appriopriate, which is ignoring their bleating and mocking them at the same time. I think it's a much better way than to try entertaining their outrage only to be dogpiled on twitter, screencaped and posted by shit sites as an example of misogynist asshole, and on /co/ as a pretext to shitpost about SJWs.
Yeah, he's still probably going to be hailed as the comic book equivalent of Elliot Rodgers by these fucking paranoiacs, but at least he didn't waste time on talking to people who don't want to hear anything.
>There was a sex reassignment show on E or whatever, and when he was a guy, no blurs on nipples or whatever, and while they were showing part of the fucking surgery, at some point the nipples got blurred. It's fucking mental.
To be fair, nipples are actually more sexual on women. Guys feel nothing when they get their nipples touched but girls will enjoy it.
>If the original cover had looked more like these, there probably wouldn't have been any outrage whatsover.
>People who read TMS wouldn't be outraged
That's the only thing they know
I believe they call this the Top Gear method. Pissed off someone? Do it again, but do it bigger
>Guys feel nothing when they get their nipples touched but girls will enjoy it.
I mean, I don't want to say you're wrong, but I like it when they play with my nips. Probably not as much as them, though.
Internet debates, especially through media outlets who have a vested interest in manufactured controversy, usually feed more fires than they calm down. If you want to chill out a situation do it in "person", in a skype convo or an instant message or even an old fashioned phone call. Something that forces you to actually talk to the person instead of shooting quick quips everyone else can publicly comment on in real time.
Ultimately the picture isn't the public's business because its not official Marvel artwork. It doesn't matter what we think because its something private that got posted online; we can complain all we want, but the artist has a right to draw what he wants as long as the copyright holders do not object and the consumer's recourse if offended is to not patron that artist anymore.
It started with that, but it was fuelled because of the impossibility of the pose. It's not like there's an outrage every time there's been someone posing like that, because the outraged need other things to critique, otherwise it dies down too fast.
Here's the deal, making an all-women ghostbusters movie with a bunch of horribly unfunny gargoyles is a losing move. People in Hollywood don't like losing. The winning move is to make a ghostbusters movie with a group of people who have chemistry and an appreciation for the original, which the male cast does
It's not cowardly, it's realizing that maybe that first thing was a mistake that no one would like outside of internet feminists looking for something to hold over peoples' heads shouting "This is ours now neener neener"
>It started with that, but it was fuelled because of the impossibility of the pose
It isn't impossible, so many cosplayers have copied it by now. They just use that as an excuse for any pose tehy don't like
The poses most superheroines are nothing compared to something like jojo
>It's still kinda ass for women who got excited by the original announcement though.
Those women are stupid. Is the only thing that can make them happy is reappropriation shit? Make your own and actually support others
Honestly, a 2 and 2 cast with no romantic subplots between the team would've been great. I just want to seem more male/female professional or just friendly relationships. Not everything has to turn romantic.
The word "based" has been used 18 times in this thread so far.
You guys should really stop being meme spouting machines and try to have an original thought for once.
>inb4 somoene accuses me of being a butthurt sjw because I'm tired of seeing useless posts that add nothing to the conversation.
Like I said, most of those women were only excited for it because it was taking something away from "da bois clurghb"
They didn't actually care about the movie and likely would not have gone to see it since they already got what they wanted with the destruction of a beloved property
I don't get why you are so buttblasted over this. I bet you got mad when Falcon became Cap.
You know, it's hard to put myself in their shoes...
but if I were a victim of sexual violence and I was upset by something I heard in that debate and some clueless ass escorted me to a room with Play-Doh, puppies and cookies, I'd probably feel patronized and insulted.
You'll have to have a really bendy neck to get your head that far up, man.
The rest was just... Implausible, as it's not a comfortable way to rest at all. Cho definitely drew them relaxed rather than contorted.
Someone light the Rule 34 signal
This bitch nigga needs nudes of his babby
Storywise that was a fine development, supporting it just cause race is stupid though. People support that stuff cause they think they are being the saviour of womankind, really though we know any sequel like that will be crap. They'd have gone mad for the robocop reboot if it was a woman
The male Ghostbusters movie was announced as a smaller part of a larger announcement about the creation of an overall Ghostbusters universe.
This would be akin to if Marvel had announced "Captain Marvel", then announced the rest of Phase Three, but everybody only focused on "Black Panther".
Good. I don't want that bullshit there's enough of it in comics as it is and it'll only help to vilify anyone who doesn't like a ton of the bullshit changes going on already
I think that's literally what's happening, blogs have been trying to push for Comicgate for a bit, they tried it with Whor with the Batgirl cover, it never actually catches on but it's obvious they want a new gamergate and they want to be ontop when it breaks.
Well then you're shit out of luck with the Ghostbusterettes, because Wiig is the only decent member of that cast. Melissa McCarthy's only jokes are about how fat and disgusting she is, and Leslie Jones is just the stereotypical loud angry black woman whose only jokes are "HAHA WHITE PEOPLE ARE CRAZY FO REAL". Jones is also incredibly hideous, I refuse to believe that in all of America they could not find a funny black woman who actually looks like a human being.
I would go there for the cookies and to see what it's like. I imagine there's a good chance that someone would want me kicked out for being a man though.
Even though I actually was raped.
I don't like his drawings in a comic book, they're too plastic and his women have sameface, he's way better as a pin-up illustrator, I've also found very childish his take on Superman vs Batman, absolutely not professional, before now his only saving grace in my opinion was the fact that he loves The Goon, but I have to admit that this was pretty based, finally someone who has the ball to fight against these filthy SJWs, I hope that a lot of other artists will follow him in the next months/years. I'm pretty sure that the shitstorm will not end so easily though.
I CAN'T BELIEVE Rodriguez would SEXUALIZE Spider-Man like this and JOKE about it while he does it!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I'd go there to hit on the girls
No space is safe from THE INCREDIBLE MAN-MAN
I love how this highlights the problem was always "muh feelings". They could complain about the Manara cover because yeah, it was poor anatomy and she had a creepy Michael Jackson face. But the same pose with proper anatomy and well done? Still problematic, because the first one made people feel bad!
Feelings are never a good reason to not do something, because that road has no off ramp.
When two out of four female Ghostbusters use shouting and screaming as their comedy crutch and the others are in it because the director made Bridesmaids which they were in as well then yeah I have no fucking hope for the fucking thing.
No, FORTUNATELY. "comicgate" would ruin everything. These SJWs need the narrative of misogynist white male manchildren hating on women. The current situation isn't giving them that at all. Frank Cho is married, has a daughter and is a professional artist who is simply having fun and exercising his right of artistic expression and that drives them mad. If Comicgate became a thing, it would ruin everything. We don't need movements that can easily be discredited, just like GG was. We need INDIVIDUALS standing up to these crazy fucks.
But... It has nothing to do with gamer gate, games or vidya "journalism". What?
Gamergate's a buzzword for "evil mens." now, because of what >>71050363 said, it gave people a common enemy and created a brand that diluted what the gamergaters were trying to do under an endless torrent of actual misogyny, threats and shitposting.
What? That makes no sense! Does he think fucking Kenshiro is not a man? Is he trying to say that he never ever cried because he's such a big manly man- Wait, hasn't Batman cried multiple times?
Basically everything is tied to GG now because GG is now the big bad evil boogeyman out to turn every piece of nerd media back into a misogynistic man club. No I'm not kidding you, they seriously believe that.
Wait so is Frank Cho working on Spider-Gwen?
I might buy it if he is
Fine support Cho, just don't try to make some kind of faggy hashtag especially one that sounds just like "Gamergate" even though yes I know it's really just a trend of adding -gate to a noun after the watergate scandal.
To be fair no one complained about the original Spider-woman one, they're bitching about this one because she's a teenager and it's making fun of the other nontroversy however it neglects she's legal and it's fanart.
>Blocking people on twitter
>Not being based Kamiya
I followed Gamergate most of the time and it went much better than I expected, but it's good to know you are not dumb. Marvel would love to get some big kneejerk reaction out of you to have their own x-gate they could parade through the media.
Want to make a statement? Don't start a twitter hashtag. Dust off your wacom instead.
Well, no, just like they have never heard of Manara before the cover a year ago. They probably never heard of Spider-Woman either and didn't realize even she has nothing to do with Spider-Man besides the name.
You're not expecting them to actually know anything about comics, do you? I wouldn't be surprised if they didn't even recognize Moebius or Spiegelman.
If you all want some keks check out the Reddit response on /r/comicbooks. There are people actually offended by these covers but also people calling them out on their bullshit. I never knew Reddit was this divisive on shit like this.
>expecting normal anatomically correct poses from a super flexible spider powers having woman
These arguments were always retarded. Manara absolutely nailed the creepy spider human factor Jessica is suppose to have.
>I imagine there's a good chance that someone would want me kicked out for being a man though
Even though I actually was raped
So, you just put on your best falsetto, act stereotypically gay/trans, and throw a huge whinging bitchfit when someone tries to do/say/make you do anything you don't like. And when they question why you look like a regular straight college guy, get all kinds of faux-offended and screech that you're a poor MtF tranny who can't afford women's clothing or professionally-conducted dick mutilation.
Even if you get caught, all you'll do is bring to light the sheer stupidity of safe spaces and their advocates for sensible people to see and laugh at.
Really, these people are the biggest bunch of easily-fooled retards to grace planet Earth in the last 15 years. They'd actually believe that shit if you tried it, or would at least go along with it out of fear of the social consequences if they incorrectly called you out. They're a goldmine of stupidity and blind faith, just waiting to be exploited by anyone who understands how to properly manipulate their tiny, tunnel-vision-afflicted minds.
>>Now, I’m getting bombarded by various bloggers asking for an interview addressing this “scandal”. Instead of me wasting my breath and precious time over this non-issue replying to all the interviewers, I’ve drawn another cover sketch in response which will, hopefully, answer all the questions.
Why is Frank Cho so perfect?
>They're a goldmine of stupidity and blind faith, just waiting to be exploited by anyone who understands how to properly manipulate their tiny, tunnel-vision-afflicted minds.
Fuck that, just walk in with a bunch of your bros and claim it as a man-cave
Watch them have a complete meltdown because their space was not safe enough
>They thought Liefeld had influenced Manara. Frankly that should says everything they know about the business
To be fair it was one person saying that on Twitter. And then Liefeld himself came in to correct. The original tweet got deleted but Liefeld copied it into his tweet when he responded.
Gamergate is just code for misogynists/bigots/nazis/ISIS/MRAs/republicans/men and so on
>Frank Cho is married, has a daughter and is a professional artist who is simply having fun and exercising his right of artistic expression
None of that will defend him when push comes to shove. Not that I think it will though.
Something I want to say is is that there is no such thing as "a gamergate happening" because it's all just online noise created by series of controversial events such as these, batgirl, spiderwoman, etc. So it's essentially already happening (and has for a while), and also isn't at the same time because it's all so pointless. If anything, these people want it to explode much more badly because of that narrative they want to sell. Dumb anons shitposting about "SJWs killing comics" are just doing it for free, but some SJWs ranting about white male sexists prove to gain a lot of money from those clicks.
But I wouldn't worry too much about it. After a number of these events happening seemingly week after week after week after week, I hope creators are starting to learn to ignore certain types of people, and do what Cho did or even just totally block them out.
She just woke up after being passed out in the bar. She was old enough to get in there and the black kid was old enough to get there and they are the same age. She's also dressed like a homeless person.
The pose isn't even the same. The right leg should be extending down the side of the building. CHO your drawings are slightly different, this doesn't really bother me at all. My level of caring hasn't moved one BIT. I just wanted to post in this THREAD for some REASON. Exclamation!
A lot of these people are saying there would be outrage and heads would roll if Kamala were sexualized. I don't think these people have ever been on the internet. Plus
her female bff is way hotter
Replace "scary ideas" with "heresy" and "troubling" and "triggering" with "ruinous" and "corrupting" and you'll see that these people are just 60 multimeltas away from desolating everything.
>Joker is an anti-hero one
There aren't people who actually believe that right?
I mean fuck it's not like Joker has some sort of cause he's fighting for he's just killing people for shits and giggles.
Wait, so he inserted his own daughter as a superhero character and therefore he feels protective of her image?
So when he inevitably sees some r34 pics of Spider-Gwen, he's going to scream leaked nudes?
People should speak up, and mock them.
Yes, people actually said he was an anti-hero and so artists shouldn't depict him doing bad things or else the audience will want to copy him because he's so cool.
>rape is power + sexual abuse, and since men have all the power in society, they cannot be raped
I also remember reading a "Gay sex is misogynistic" diatribe before.
Up til now I've only adored his art, since its pretty fucking good.
But now, now that he showed how based he truly is, i NEED a Cho book in my shelf.
Nope he made a sketch cover on a blank variant.
I honestly don't know she's atleast 17, probably over 18 but comics have this thing of making it so it's impossible to actually know anyone's age and they refuse to actually give them an age.
I mean the original Frank Cho parody.
She was getting refused service and it didn't look many glamorous.
Someone needs to ask Robbi how he feels about his Baby Daddy pimping out their daughter.
Does illustrated girls on shirts count as comics? And then of course there's all the stuff in other mediums
I think what we have to take away from all this is that the vast majority hate these people, every fallout from these events turn against them. Or just look at the ratings for this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CB6TiRJNI-Q
So there's really no need to panic.
>>rape is power + sexual abuse, and since men have all the power in society, they cannot be raped
>I also remember reading a "Gay sex is misogynistic" diatribe before.
No that's Dean Yeagle an old pin up artist.
Big fan of blonde bimbos.
Oh, found it. Pretty sure it's satire though, but it's funny.
17 is borderline but it depends on how you define adulthood. Age of consent, drinking age, driving age, it all depends on which one we're using. Or maybe it's all of them?
I'm pretty sure Quinn used to take part in a board on Something Awful that doxxed people ridiculously fucking hard for fun and had at least one confirmed suicide
She also spread a lot of terrible rumors about the photographer who did her nude pics even though Quinn was incredibly inconsiderate to her throughout the whole thing
Honestly, take away any connections to video games and Quinn probably does deserve what she got
Blessed Frank Cho, hallowed by thy name.
This was the correct response.
Like that other Anon said, the crowd asking for a debate don't want one; they want a public self-flailing.
They want Cho to apologise for his privlige, his wang and for drawing this 'demeaning' art, any attempts for him sticking up for himself will be met with further hostility so there's little point.
That's the other one I was looking for. In before someone mentions "cherrypicking" on Tumblr.
Man oh man.
Back in the day you'd call this being a retard.
Now it's encouraged.
Whatever happened to being an adult? You know, the one where you have to deal with different opinions and fighting for yours? Now its' LITERALLY a "HAHA I CANT HEAR YOU NANANA I'LL GO TO MY SAFE SPACE SHITLORD" mentality.
You know what's even more fucked up? It's because of comments. On the internet. By people you'll never see.
>They want Cho to apologise for his privlige, his wang and for drawing this 'demeaning' art,
It's hilarious how Cameron Stewart tried to appeal to these people and then got eaten up by them.
>Why not try to discuss it with each other, especially with an opportunity like being asked for an interview? Go on it and defend yourself!
Uh no, no matter what Cho says they will hate him for it.
He already said what he had to say and he'll ignore everyone and Marvel will still employ him no matter how much everyone whines about it.
>It's hilarious how Cameron Stewart tried to appeal to these people and then got eaten up by them.
You never, NEVER apologise to these people. No matter what you say it's never going to be enough.
He didn't go to the interview, the interview came to his office, which happened to be mission control for landing a probe on a fucking comet
They likely do not have a strictly enforced dress code there because they have much bigger things to occupy their time
Don't be fooled, reddit is a complete shithole. You can't even talk about the Ellen Pao and her hiring practice without getting raped by SRS and Ghazi. At least on this site we can shit on moot.
No, just be a grown-up and wear a buttoned shirt to your interview. Coincidentally that would also cover up the tattoos neatly. You can air them once you're not in a formal situation any more.
>we created a safe space to hide against the possibility of someone question rape culture
>YOU SAID THE WORDS
>oh fuck, quick think of something else to talk about...uh so what are you going to do after the talk is over
>THE TALK IS WHAT'S TRIGGERING ME
>Hey guys, what's with all the yelling? you guys need to stop violating my earspace
>SHE SAID VIOLATE
>YOU SAID FUCK
Remember when a couple years back Ultron was a naked chick and Frank drew....him?
No one gave a shit.
It's legitimately worrying
I didn't finish college THAT long ago, but I never noticed anything even NEAR this level of insanity in what's supposed to be institutions for higher learning
Confirmed for not knowing shit. The only actual threats have come from third-party trolls like /baph/ watching the world burn, or otherwise bullshit. Case in point. http://youtu.be/AlmuKqKAIb4
Good luck ever getting the attentionwhores to admit it though. GG discovered that one of the assholes Sarkeesian was so terrified of was a journo falseflagging from an island somewhere. She, of course, refused to ask him to be reprimanded, or even acknowledge this at all.
Then you have the songs who honestly think any talk of Quinn's 'private life' is harassment on principle, even when it involves her professional career. Fucking hypocrites.
>landmark day for humanity
>press might even show up
>"hmmm, should I slum it today by going casual, or dress for the occasion? Choices, choices..."
There shouldn't have to be an enforced dress code. Because grown men and women should be able to dress for the occasion. Don't wear a suit on the beach, and don't wear shorts and a t-shirt to church.
>We should be mature and know how to dress for the occasion
>Yes, adults should be mature
>Now lets all shit our pants and focus on how someone is dressed...yes...mature.
I did but that's because SJWs freaks tried to rope me into their insanity because i'm brown.
I've been in an argument with a literal neo-nazi that didn't feel as insulting as dealing with these people.
CAN'T SLOW THE CHO
CAN'T FLIM-FLAM THE STAN MAN
eat shit rodriguez, you didn't "create" gwen. you took an existing character and rule 63'd her aka the most fan-fiction move ever
>Why doesn't the actual creator of a character I painted over respect me hurrff
Clothing is a huge part of human society, faggot. Without clothes signifying rank and disposition we'd just be a bunch of animals wearing pelts for warmth and fighting for dominance.
>I created an original character and now she is my child
>I know shes a character that already exist but this ones from a different dimension!
>Oh what does she do? Basically everything every other spider-person can do.
>yeah you landed a probe on a comet, but fuck you for dressing casual
Sounds like someone isn't even a fraction as accomplished as that engineer and has to find petty reasons to drag him down to his level to validate his ordinary failure life.
i'd like to think it's stan's personal fuck you to anybody trying to take credit for his own creation.
mentally, stan is still razor sharp, if you watch his interviews. we all know his "oh i'm just a self-deprecating old fogy" is an act
>Without clothes signifying rank and disposition
Ironic considering that's a barbaric way to look at things.
Instead of judging someone on how they act, their personality or their accomplishments, we'll focus on if they wear a t-shirt or a suit and tie.
That's as shallow and brain dead as it can get
because all these tumblrkids and snowflake brats always need something to do. Something to try and put down to make themselves feel superior. There's always a crusade and you win popularity with your fake online friends by joining in with it. These people don't even fucking read comics. They're all here because comics are the on topic issues with these idiots. Tumblr doesn't give a shit about real injustice. None of them want to travel to third world countries and fight female infanticide or liberate human trafficked eastern European prostitutes. They don't fight a crusade for justice by raising awareness of real issues, they just get mad at fucking comics books because it's easy to whine and piss and moan about comic books. It's not like comic books are going to have you arrested for protesting or put you in danger. It's ironic they see the female image being portrayed in comics as such a threat, since in comparison with REAL issues, it doesn't even come close to affecting someones life. All we can hope for is, that a time will come when they give up on our thing, get bored and go ruin something else. The little shits.
It's a monkey capable of telling that the other monkey has more money, and thus power and education, just from what he's wearing. It also shows the monkey whether they might be from corresponding social circles, or enemies, and thus how he should ready himself before they greet eachother.
but that non is right
spider-gwen is just a female version of spider-man. sure it's gwen and not peter, but she is the primary spider-person of her universe. it's the same fucking shit. rodriguez is a shit
Yall aint ready for life