Please tell me there aren’t people like this.
…well, barring racists, obviously.
Comics are one of the few remaining bastions standing against the tyranny of “politically correct”-ness! In fact, they are the greatest one, if we (rightly) do not count Comedy Central and the traitor that is MTV! We shall defend the purity of our comics!!!
… Pfff! HahaHAAAAA! XD
And ^that^ is why I don’t argue with heretics and zealots: the world needs entertainment.
The female super-hero I created is potentially more powerful than any of the males I’ve come up with. And considering that one of those guys is at the 1940s-Superman level, that’s something.
Huh… but Amber can’t be Amazi-Girl… can she? Wait, isn’t DoA a complete alternate timeline/parallel universe thing? So Amber doesn’t even have to have come up with Amazi-Girl in the DoAverse, right?
Male superheros may have strength advantages over female superheros the females are smaller and more agile which gives them a distinct advantage over the males.
unless you’re pitting Giganta against The Atom.
I’m sorry she’s giving up.
I read that as Tolkenism and thought the guy was having a Lord of the Rings melt down.
It is so weird I read this only a few day’s after the new Black Spider-Man was revealed and ignorant comments came with him.
You forgot that the men have to be 100% heterosexual and women only appear to show off their bods in pervy cheesecake poses
I say they should make a female superhero whose superpower is Friendship.
Her superpower makes everyone that meets her like her and think of her as a friend.
She uses her power to take over the world and unify it into a single superstate and goes on to lead one of the Marvel or DC Earths into a galactic conquest of the galaxy, uniting everyone beneath her and using her mind-boggingly vast fleets and armies to crush any indviduals or species resistant to her Super-Friendship aura.
…Earths in galactic conquest, uniting…*
That’s why I read Hellboy.
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