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Ew, no, butt chin. Lol jk, I seriously wouldn't care as long as they kept his height.
@scouterv: I'm fine with them being a bit more realistic. However, when it comes to the more darker themes of life, I like the comic book world and the real world to differ from each other. That way it's like getting a short break from the more corrupted things in reality y'know :P
@ariesxmasters: Understandable. Oh and "excessive" was an exaggeration none the less. However, I still think some of the panels in the comics I read are drawn too gory. I wish I wasn't on mobile so I could post an example. You stated you read DC Comics. I do too, in fact their comics is where most of this stuff I'm talking about is coming from lol. I guess my definition of gore just differs from yours perhaps and I respect your opinion.
I've recently noticed that a lot of modern comic books lately have been becoming really dark and somewhat gruesome. Some stuff is a bit suggestive and others just seem to go way too far, for lack of a better word. In some cases, I've even completely just stopped reading the comic because of the excessive amounts of gore, demonic references and overly sexualized characters. So if anyone could maybe help me gain a better understanding as to why comics have become this way, I would greatly appreciate it.
*Please do not be rude and criticize my opinions. My intention is in no way to complain, but to understand.*
I'm quite surprised no one has mentioned Professor Pyg. Seriously, he is one of the most vague and uninteresting Batman villains there is IMO. And what surprises me even more is how long this guy has stuck around. Do fans actually like him as a villain or is it just me? If so, I would love to know why exactly, maybe then I can gain a better understanding.