I have this weird thing where I don’t feel hungry until I am absolutely starving, and then there’s no going back.
Ritalin decreases appetite, but Paxil increases appetite, which means I spend about the first eight hours of a day in panel 1 and then panel 2 hits me.
Christ, hope that post wasn’t a mistake. Really feel like I’m Mansplaining.
Not that I necessarily think this Wonder Woman is the crime of the century? I’m actually a little bit out of the loop where all this is concerned, and don’t really feel qualified to make a full and proper assessment of it just now.
Left is the new Wonder Woman. Being deemed still too skinny and frail.
Right is Kacy Catanzaro, the first female to advance to the finals of American Ninja. Considered strong and inspiring to female athletes.
Stop assuming someone is weak based off your closed minded ignorant ideals.
I hadn’t really considered this. Interesting point!
I feel like there’d be a stronger case for this they’d cast a Superman with the build of a gymnast.
As is, there is a certain visual component to the genre. We put out superheroes who are built like bricks not because it would be implausible for them to kick butt without that particular build, but because it makes an impression on the audience. The desired impression tends to change when the superhero is a woman, and not always in great ways.
I’m thinking, if there was a smiling god, and you could see your perfect self in its mirrored teeth, what would be the implications of that? Would you necessarily seek to emulate the reflection, simply because it is objectively perfect and you? Would you perhaps find that there are imperfections you hold too dear to even want to let go of?
If you could not want to let go of an imperfection, does it then become a necessary component for a being to be deemed to be you? Must your perfect self then retain imperfections simply because they are fundamental to your self, where otherwise it would be a perfect somebody else. I’d certainly think so.
So then, for there to even be a perfect self in the god’s mirrored teeth, to some extent you’d need to have the makings of perfection inside you. Like, let’s say you’re incredibly arrogant, but your perfect self is humble. You must at the very least have developed to a point where your arrogance is a superfluous component of yourself, something that can be discarded without fundamentally changing who you are. You have probably already recognized your pride as a fault and are working on it.
Could this god’s mirrored teeth then be used as some manner of test? People only have a reflection when they understand themselves and their own faults to the extent of having the capacity for perfection within them. Possibly a valuable quality in leaders, where even if they haven’t yet fully perfected themselves having a reflection would mean they at the very least have the wisdom to rely on their subordinates to compensate for their own failings.
I just finished Numbers and Oh Nooooo!
I wonder if Cecil can really be satisfied with a return to the status quo after this?
A minute and a half of new Mighty No. 9 footage ⊟
There are still work-in-progress clips of the action game’s Mighty No. 2 and 5 stages, but they look a lot more fleshed out than what we saw in the last couple of videos. Comcept has more details on Mighty No. 9’s development in its latest Kickstarter update post — if you’ll be at Anime Expo in Los Angeles this week, don’t miss out on seeing Keiji Inafune!BUY Mega Man, MM25, upcoming games
Oh man, did you see the way he dashed under those bullets? And what was going on for the fire-geyser segment?
This is gonna be so good, guys. So good.
What console is this game going to be on?
From what I hear pretty much all of them. PC 3DS Xbox Playstation, the whole works.