I do find it hard to believe someone could so easily forget the legendary SteveGus and his posts describing a funny book he didn't like as being 1 degree away from the destruction of religious artifacts. Because Azzarello comitted such an offense, he christened him with the status of "moral monster". I thought this was funny. That's the joke.
And slut shaming is far less moral than anything I've ever posted.
Desaad: Guess they found out [Mr. Mastermind] was Holmes?
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I don't think I was on these boards yet when that incident with SteveGus happened or I simply never viewed that particular post. Regardless, to sport it in your headline for so long still makes me raise an eyebrow, especially when you're almost always rude to me simply because I don't like Azzarello's Wonder Woman.
I never called Zola a "slut".
Last edited by Power Guy; 12-27-2013 at 03:28 PM.
Probably not. But then, this T-rated comic book probably isn't going to be responsible for waves of ball-tugging, cannibalism and bestiality, either.
Also, it's nice to see you implicitly acknowledge that volume 3, which lost not merely two thirds but more than three quarters of its sales from Heinberg's #1 to Simone's 26 (to say nothing of what came after), had to be rebooted.
Last edited by slvn; 12-27-2013 at 03:34 PM.
Besides, we have seen that WW fares quite well against PG on normal occasions.
I don't know why some people are too worried about this book being read by kids and pre-teens. They watched Glee that one of the first storylines was teen pregnancy. there's also the secret life of a american teenager with sex and teenage pregnancy.
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