Is it Hustler or a Comic Book: Critics unload on Illustrator’s ‘Spider-Woman #1′ cover features heroine in overtly sexual pose
What does a pose like that have to do with a comic book? Nothing to do with it other than getting a raging debate going about it.
The curves on this Marvel character make no spidey sense reports NY Daily News.
An Italian erotica illustrator has spun a tangled web of controversy after drawing an alternative cover for an upcoming Spider-Woman comic that shows the character in a pose that would make Miley Cyrus blush.
Critics have blasted the cover of “Spider-Woman #1” as overly sexual, sexist and in poor taste. But some fans aren’t offended by the image, showing the heroine with her derriere in the air.
It looks more like a Nicki Minaj album cover than the
Mission accomplished! Marvel is getting exactly the attention they wanted albeit in a salacious way.
Originally posted at The Last Tradition
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