Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Wonder Woman... wonderful women.

Wonder Woman.

I hate, I mean hate, makes me angry enough that I would gladly assault the creator if he was still alive,
HATE what Wonder Woman was supposed to be.

I'm not going to get into it all here, do your own research - but basically anyone trying to pervert the
youth-of-tomorrow should be slowly dipped in boiling honey while people throw starving ants at them
before throwing them off a high-dive into a pool filled with warm jello and rusty metal shards on a hot
day.
ANYHOW.
But I do believe it's fair to say that while she's thankfully come out from the warped origins, the guys in comics are just as degraded.. everyone wears skin tight clothing, everyone's got muscles and boobs out the wazoo.. and to me, it's kind of refreshing to see a redesign.

Especially if it harkens back to something more practical.

Wonder Woman is supposed to be some (bs) amazon warrior princess....and like Xena, to me, a complete farce of a joke so bad you can't help but laugh despite not wanting to.

So... let's take her back to some of that warrior-root and do a bit more justice than skimpy panties and a can't-contain-'em bustier-top.

Now, it's been brought to my attention that some of the most endearingly erotic, timelessly innocent, and downright damned awesome art and stories come from some really kick-ass women.

So if you know any women who don't mind touching the darker-side of life, or forcing same darkness away so the light can shine in, and everywhere in between.. if you know a kick-ass woman (and chances are you do), let her know.

Darlin', Marisa, Stacey, Leena, Kristy, Deb, Emily, Glenda, Chris... we've had our differences, we've hated each other, we've loved each other.. and I wouldn't be the man I am today without your influences in my life.

Thanks.

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