Cyclops usually has a swimmers build, outside of certain artists, going along with his nickname "slim", while Colossus definitely is in the more muscular definition.
In memoriam, Vampy
June 7, 1965 - April 20, 2005
You will be missed :(
Morrigan: "You fear barbarians will swoop down upon you!"
Alistair: [Thoughtfully] "Swooping...is bad..."
Oh it really is. And yes I "Appreciate" them a lotAppreciating both genders. Twice as much fun when reading comics.
Agreed! And the attendants around him (One of whom seems to be sporting chains and leather) are pretty appealing to the eye tooHe's just a bit -too- muscular for my tastes, but there is no denying he's drawn in a seriously hot way.
O_o man is Death going to be jealous...Yep, Thanos in swim trunks, and with shades, trying to talk up Moondragon, who looks at a Warlock. Drawn by Ron Lim.
Only on a comic board would you find a discussion of whether it counts as bestiality if the animal has a human brain![We need to broaden our definitions indeed, it seems, haha.
The way I dealt with Richie's homosexuality was to write him aggressively and unconvincingly announcing his heterosxuality whenever possible ("Wow! Look at those girls in the swimsuits! I sure like girls!"), while Virgil rolled his eyes at the transparency of it.
And it sounds like all the negative stereotypes about Broadcast Standards and Practices are 100% true. Talk about uptight and repressed.
And if it doesn't seem too arrogant to quote my own sig: I would tip my hat to you were I not currently bare headed. Bravo darlingThe way I dealt with Richie's homosexuality was to write him aggressively and unconvincingly announcing his heterosxuality whenever possible ("Wow! Look at those girls in the swimsuits! I sure like girls!"), while Virgil rolled his eyes at the transparency of it.
There was one little DVD that came out in, I think, 2006 or 2007, something like that, but it only contained the first four episodes. The studio should've known by then that boxed sets/full seasons were the way to go, but I guess they were just testing the waters to see how a cheaper Static Shock DVD would sell (it's easier to sell a $9.99 DVD to kids at Toys R Us than it is to get their parents to lay down the $20 to $30 for full season). I didn't get that one, wasn't into the DC Animated Universe at the time. Now I'm really wanting it, it's the only piece of the franchise I'm missing aside from the second season of The Zeta Project. That and Static are all that need released, Batman, Superman, Batman Beyond, and Justice League/Unlimited are all out (plus all the animated theatrical/direct-to-video/DVD movies).
Would love to have full series, uncensored cartoons/cartoons-with-creative-freedom. Preferrably North American-created (or at least written here and animated overseas), for a change (I know there's tons of anime available). Would love to see something on HBO (I think they were the last ones to do something, with the hard-R-rated Spawn 3-season series--I don't really count their recent Life of Tim, adult-ish animated comedy is a dime a dozen lately), Showtime, FX, or any other less-restrained/no-restrictions premium cable option.
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