Jesus christ. The worst thing is, though, is I can already guess what the current heads of DCs reaction to this would be, and it’d be just as bad as their reactions to OTHER statements along similar lines.
As someone who was a huge DC-fan as a seven-year-old girl, I can pretty much feel my heart breaking. And I had to deal with 90S XTREEEEEME nonsense. Damn.
Even though the reboot birthed a few good #1s, I think my time with DC has finally come to an end. Between the blatant misogyny, the way they handle criticism of said issue, and their explicit statement that they don’t care about dollars not coming from 18-34-year-old males, I can’t justify continuing to shell mine out.
Care to give Marvel a try?
Admittedly I haven’t read any Spider-Man since One More Day, and I probably will be hesitant to read any more until it’s retconned… which as far as I know, it hasn’t been.
But they have Deadpool and Deadpool is always awesome.
Signal boost~~ kids really are more intelligent than adults want to believe.
“Well, she’s a grown up in that picture, not like in the Teen Titans cartoon, so if you’re a grown up and you want to wear something like that you can. It’s okay.”
SHE IS TALKING ABOUT THE TEEN TITANS ONE , not the comics one, all this argument and fight against the reboot is useless, the girl repeated “She is not doing anything” The kids do not care about sexuality, they do not care about what they wear, they care about HOW KICK ASS are the heroes, i just want people to remember stuff you saw when you were a kid and now as a grow up , you can see stuff like “OMG that was so violent, that was so sexual, that was full of gay references” You know what? kids do not even notice that, they have a clean mind, we as an adults only see sex, blood and violence, this reboot will not affect any kid