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Discussion in 'Underwear, Clothing, and Appearance Issues' started by Imported, Feb 2, 2005.
"Other things" being his package, of course.
It is always interesting to watch bicycle racers on TV. For this very reason.
Real life superheroes? or Superman and Spidey?
I dont think much about cartoon bulges, honestly.
They all seem to have 'em tho
Dee -- He lists sexuality.
txquis -- This is one of those arrested development threads.
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.
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?
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You're missing option #5
5. The artist showing his inferiority complex.
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.
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.
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
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.
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.