February 9, 2012

While he and his friend discussed busty comic book women...

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  1. *head -> desk* Repeat.

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  2. WHAAAT? Comics don't objectify douche bags …

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  3. I wonder if he's just chauvinist or if he was born without the part of the brain that uses logic.

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  4. Hahaha!!! -It's so true!

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  5. Somebody spay him so he can't breed.

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  6. Eh, it's not like fat girls have feelings anyway.

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  7. I think he needs to take a page out of his own book.

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    1. I can't argue with a man who has managed to combine his Superman-like physique and compassion with his Batman-like analytical thinking and sexiness.

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  8. I feel the same about Ron Jeremy

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  9. Ugly girls do need inspiration. Make up isn't going to apply itself. Forget self worth, think of your worth to me.

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  10. Forget the makeup. It's the giant, gravity-defying tits, wasp waists, and incredibly long legs that are important.

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  11. And here we have Exhibit A for what's wrong with the entire U.S. comics industry.

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    1. US Comics industry? Obviously you've never read what they got over in Japan...

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    2. Actually, I have, and while the Japanese comics industry is a little better at letting women make and read comic books, they're often much worse when it comes to realistic anatomy. So, good point.

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  12. Somebody needs to sit down with this guy and have a long conversation with him explaining the concepts of "objectification" and "body image issues". Maybe he and his ilk can be taught.

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  13. You'll learn to stop being so damned optimistic eventually, Imitorar. No one who can b taught would ever say something that far off the mark.

    It's kind of like racial issues. The guy who shows some unconscious prejudicial behavior can, perhaps, be shown the error of his ways and learn. The guy ranting about how everything in the world would be better if 'those' races just learned to stop complaining and learn their place, though, is a lost cause.

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  14. To put it another way, "Comics don't objectify women, *I* objectify women."

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  15. I think this actually does apply to guys in a certain way. I don't understand why so many fanboys seem to be content weighing 300 pounds, having shoulder-length unwashed hair and dressing like Silent Bob. Few things inspire me to try and look and feel my best like superheroes. The Batman revival got me back into martial arts and the Thor/Captain America double whammy this summer had me pumping iron again.

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    1. Whaaaaa?...Comics "OBJECTIFY" men!

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  16. @Tice with a J

    The "problem" extends far beyond American comics. Have a gander at your average Manga or european comic (grab an issue of Heavy Metal some time) and you'll see the exact same thing.

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  17. I read comics for the story not to look at the pictures.

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  18. He's obviously right, don't get all butthurt you pussies.

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  19. Time to make the castration knife -duller-....

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  20. He's kind of right though with some of them. If they're smart they'll work out instead of just starving themselves like idiots. That's why wonder woman and to a lesser extent She Hulk are good; they show stength as being attractive.

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