If you’re not upset about Katniss, Tonto, or Khan being played by white people, but you are upset about Annie being played by a black girl, you’re probably racist.
And by probably I mean definitely.
basically anyone mad about Annie being a black girl is 100% likely to be racist as shit.
Ricardo Bofill (Taller De Arquitectura)
La Muralla Roja, 1973
Calpe, Alcante Spain
My friend has the saddest looking cat I think I’ve ever seen
why have ableist supernatural stories when you could have
- blind werewolves who aren’t evil and use their connection with dogs to train super amazing service doggies
- witches with adhd casting spells to mute all the distractions in their surroundings
- depressed fairies who make everything sparkle as a form of self care
- anxiety ridden banshees freaking people out by screaming just to relieve stress
- vampires with ptsd who disassociate from their monster bodies to survive
- autistic kitsunes stimming by creating illlusions
Every damn year.
I need to learn how to draw a decent Batman pic.
So what you’re trying to say is that
womenpeople prefer well-drawn pictures of their favorite superheroes over really shitty indie comics about boobs?
Are we supposed to feel sorry for the person whose humor comic featuring a disembodied pair of breasts on the cover is getting passed over?
this feels like it should be a parody but it isnt and that’s hilarious
maybe try not being sexist unfunny douchelords next time
HEY, WE DO A HUMOR COMIC ABOUT [SOMETHING THAT LOOKS EXTREMELY SEXIST] HEY WHERE ARE YOU GOING
No, no way is this a serious complaint (I said to myself). No one’s that un-self aware. This has got to be a parody about gross “indie” comics skeeving up the con atmosphere, and the schadenfreude we’re totally intended to feel at their failure.
So I went to the OP’s tumblr to check context and.
This was just supposed to be a comic about how hard it can be for the unknowns to find their audience. Anything else you see is your own interpretation of the page.
They are serious.
That is more hilarious than any punchline actually in the comic. I’m honestly crying with laughter right now.
Ok I went to the OP’s tumblr and he keeps saying he’s sorry it was offensive but that wasn’t the point of the comic and people are taking it out of context, but to me this isn’t really offensive, it’s just unintentionally hilarious.
I mean you write a humour comic and you don’t understand what people are going to find funny about your comic… I realise OP wasn’t the one who drew the boob comic, but he OK’d it and like… how do you look at this and not immediately realise the audience will not sympathise with you. If it’s meant to be a ‘sex sells’ thing, why wouldn’t the passerby be a guy (the general target demographic of floating boobs*)?
Like, glancing over this comic, how do you not understand that the woman’s decision to ignore boob comic in favour of a beloved comic book character is completely justified? I just honestly don’t understand how you could be a comedy writer while completely lacking all self-awareness.
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