A Superhero In Spandex Showing Off A Big Bulge

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  1. Imported

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    bulgeman: :)
     
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    "Other things" being his package, of course. :p
     
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    It is always interesting to watch bicycle racers on TV. For this very reason.
     
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    Real life superheroes? or Superman and Spidey?
    I dont think much about cartoon bulges, honestly.
    They all seem to have 'em tho
     
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    Dee -- He lists sexuality.

    txquis -- This is one of those arrested development threads.
     
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    Sexuality? For a Y or Y7 title? Even pushing a 14? Nah, sir. Sexuality's so sophisticated, involves too much mental for a blanket statement like that. And, if anything, the animator might have a fetish or a paraphilia or a fantasy that needs some attention.
     
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    bulgeman: has any of you who've been to universal studio seen the real-life spidey in spandex walking and crawling around at there?
    he looks really hot with a huge bulge down there.
    i wonder if some naughty kids might poke that bulge.
    he does not wear anything like a protector cup, does he?

    check this out.

    http://www.digital-images.net/Images/Unive...derman_5975.jpg
     
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    You're missing option #5

    5. The artist showing his inferiority complex.
     
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    As I said, a case of arrested development. As I see it, save for hentai, cartoon characters are sexually neutral. They have a gender identity, and maybe (rarely) even a sexual orientation, but they rarely get boners, and never do anything about them.
     
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    Dude, you are clearly a fetishist. I post a fetish site you can go to, why not try that? You will get more response there than you will here.

    RF
     
  11. Imported

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    LeahCat: Well every time I walk past a comic book store I see the women on the covers -super heroine or not- with massive boobs and Barbie style proportions. So why not have the guys packing some uber penile potential. Might get a lot more girls into comic books lol
     
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    touche, comic books do have a lot of stereotypical portrayals of the ideal woman in them because they are angled at young boys and men. im sure if they made a comic angled at the attention of women they should throw in a little something for them.
     
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    i think it'd be interesting to try to make a comic for both boys and girls that have that extra....detail to them. definately a challenge to get over the hump of not making one group feel uncomfortable when they read it.

    (i wasn't really a comic book kinda guy. did more baseball cards back in the day, so i have absolutely no real clue what i'm talking about. i just like to type.....type type typie type type.....a....e......rdfsd)

    yea I think i'm done.
     
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