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I'd love it if someone knew of any comics that have tried to use cheesecake tropes to critique them, and succeeded in creating a piece which doesn't invalidate itself.
We know what cheesecake poses are, we know what cheesecake costumes are like, but what makes up the corresponding "cheesecake mind"?
a whole universe of comics from other cultures
Women are in the spotlight as DC Comics ‘All New 52’ rollout continuesWonder Woman, Supergirl, Catwoman, and the Birds of Prey are among the 12 new #1’s this week.By Rich Clabaugh / September 21, 2011 - Christian Science MonitorCatwoman #1, written by Judd Winick and illustrated by Guillem March, promises to be an exciting crime caper book with snappy dialogue and some gorgeous art.
Sep 22nd 2011 By: Laura HudsonThe Big Sexy Problem with Superheroines and Their 'Liberated Sexuality'And that is the whole problem with this false notion of "sexually liberated" female characters: These aren't those women. They're how dudes want to imagine those women would be -- what Wire creator David Simon called writing "men with t*ts." They read like men's voices coming out of women's faces. Or worse, they read like the straight girls who make out with each other clubs, not because they enjoy making out with women but because they desperately want guys to pay attention to them.This is not about these women wanting things; it's about men wanting to see them do things, and that takes something that really should be empowering -- the idea that women can own their sexuality -- and transforms it into yet another male fantasy.
There is no way to read that scene and not conclude that Bruce's cock is in Selina's pussy.