March 8, 2011

To his friend regarding a poster featuring the WOMEN of MARVEL COMICS...

I haven't had one of these in a while and to commemorate the
return of the true creeps, here is an OUR VALUED CUSTOMERS exclusive!
Here with her response to this young man's statement, STORM!


24 comments:

  1. Happy International Womens' Day!

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  2. She's a married woman!
    Last I checked

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  3. Storm?! I mean, Rogue maybe...Emma Frost for sure, but Storm?!

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  4. Even if she was a "huge slut" I bet he still wouldn't get laid.

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  5. THE MAN HAS A POINT!

    ...

    ...at the end of each finger.

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  6. Okay, so he doesn't have a shot with 80's punk rock Storm. But what about 70's mysterious African goddess Storm? Or the Halle Berry version (with the disappearing accent in the sequels) version?

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  7. "huh huh huh yeah"

    ZOT! *krak THoom*

    that takes care of that....

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  8. I appreciate the use of Mohawk Storm here. Approved!

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  9. Or what about alternate universe Limbo Storm? Or Ultimate Storm? Now actually, there he may have had a point. A creepy, creepy, creepy point.

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  10. Still not with him though.

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  11. You know, while I will admit that occasionally I am blown away by some artists and find their character designs nearly as attractive as real life, I have never understood the people who actually wanted to be "involved" with fictional characters. It's like... They're not real... How do you get turned on by that?
    I just don't get it.

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  12. I have never seen a drawing I wanted to have sex with in my life, no matter how erotic or highly detailed.

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  13. @ Ross: You see, most nerds don't have girlfriends, and most girls probably wouldn't want to date said nerds, so they turn to fictional characters because... well, that's where my hypothesis ends. I probably should have thought it out more, but hey, these creeps probably should have thought out their methods of getting chicks in the sack more, or they wouldn't be turned on by these fictional wimminz.

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  14. First off, before this is taken badly, this fine example of a gentleman has issues. Still, many nerds/geeks find fictional characters attractive because they have invested a lot of time following the lives of the characters. It's usually nothing to do with the pictures, and everything to do with a misguided feeling of attachment. Joss Weadon's admitted that his first crush was on Kitty Pryde, for example.

    Or, at least that's the excuse for anyone thirty plus. The rest of the readers lived through the nineties, when there was no story, but tons of Leifeld drawn boobs. They have no excuse for their creepiness...

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  15. Noooo! Storm is my all time favorite Xmen! She is not a slut. I woulda gone all ROAR! on this guy. >:o

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  16. @Tigerama Rogue? You mean the one woman in all of comics who can't touch people without killing them? How could you possibly see her as a slut?

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  17. Because she has that power fixed now, right? And you mean to say that if you spent your whole life not touching people that the moment you COULD, you wouldn't...you know...

    (but again, she's a drawing, not a real lady!)

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  18. @Tigerama Granted it's been a long time since I've read anything with Rogue in it. When did they change that?

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  19. Normally I would disagree, but since Hudlin had her marry Black Panther on the basis of...nothing, really, things have changed.

    Dammit, Hudlin.

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  20. Thank you so much for going with that era of storm!

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  21. ... Chris Claremont came into your store?

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