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So, my buddy renaroo commented earlier about the wild excesses of 90’s comics art anatomy, which got me thinking of this strip by Evan Dorkin (evandorkin) which would have come out in the middle of that dark, dark time. 

I originally intended to reblog her post with this attached, but since it’s, shall we say, not for the faint of heart, I thought it better to do this.

I’ve said it before, but it’s pretty disappointing how DC has seemed to have come full circle back to a very unseemly period of comics history.

kefka44  asked:

Why does nearly EVERY DC Elseworlds tale of either Justice League or Superman (specifically Superman) comic ship Clark Kent with Diana? I get that both Supes and Wonder Woman wear red White and Blue but that's no reason to ship these two so often. XC

Oh, lovely friend, kefka44

This is a fantastic question, thanks for asking.

Let me first preface this by saying that in Kingdom Come, Lois is unavoidably dead, and for some hypocritical reason that absolves KC completely from the ensuing criticism entirely in my head. No apologies.

I think the popularity of the ship in “elseworlds” type stories was due largely to the fact that it was never really a thing in mainline continuity, prior to “the New 52” reboot.

Presumably this is for a few reasons.

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