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A Seven Year-Old's reply to the new Starfire.


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Grand Lodge

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First this succinct to the point comic.

Full article here

Cheliax

The "editorial" comic is amazing and humorously proves the author's point. Hopefully the editors at DC pay attention.


The first reply on the page says it best, from where I am sitting.


That seemed like a smart little girl. Assuming there wasn't more coaching than got printed.

It's a shame she won't be able to read about her favorite character, but I'm glad her mom didn't let her read this issue. Bet there was a fight about that.

Taldor

I liked this response:

"...the point of the article and the negative reaction towards Starfire and Catwoman isn't that people are appalled that DC attempted to insert mature content into their comics, but that they did it in the most transparently shallow and gratuitous approach possible which alienated existing fans as well as the broader audience that they've been explicitly trying to court with their fangled relaunch."


The little girl can go to hell. This isn't teeny weenie Titans and their fun misadventures being androgynous tiny-toon based buggie-eyed slack jawed insane excuses for heroes! THIS IS TEEN F'ING TITANS DAMMIT! (now if only they'd give Starfire back the hair she had in New Teen Titans)


thejeff wrote:

That seemed like a smart little girl. Assuming there wasn't more coaching than got printed.

It's a shame she won't be able to read about her favorite character, but I'm glad her mom didn't let her read this issue.Bet there was a fight about that.

calling coaching on this one.

Qadira

Berselius wrote:
The little girl can go to hell. This isn't teeny weenie Titans! THIS IS TEEN F'ING TITANS DAMMIT! (now if only they'd give Starfire back the hair she had in New Teen Titans)

Not sure how old you are but back 15-20 years ago Teen Titans Starfire was an alien heroine fighting evil. Now she is a 'gland problem' wanting to take over the world one male brain at a time.

I say get a doctor to hatch those ostritch eggs.

Andoran

Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber

This is why I don't read comic books anymore.

RPG Superstar 2009 Top 32, 2010 Top 8

TriOmegaZero wrote:
This is why I don't read comic books anymore.

Because 7 year olds do?

Andoran

Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber

Got it in one, Matt.

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