Alright, now that's a much better answer to that awful Red Hood/Starfire controversy.
Don't b#tch about it in comments, bug the artists/writer all the time, annoy other people,etc. Draw your own version! :P
@SC: That is the exact advice Jay Sherman gave in episode 6 of The Critic--"If the movie stinks, just don't go."
Red Hood and The Outlaws, so far, is an amazing book and the people who are "offended" or dislike starfire's portrayal should get their heads out of their asses. Sure, its a little bit much, but this is a new age where females can be portrayed as either serious and full clothed or half-naked and bubbly. There are plenty of female's in the DCnU who aren't portrayed as being sex icons but because DC decided to make Catwoman and Starfire them its suddenly an outrage. People these days. Get over it. It's a comic. Dont like it? Dont buy it. Read something else.
But really, DC, maybe even Scott, bring back the outsiders. They're awesome.
A lot of people have many problems with it, and thats one that gets mentioned a decent amount. I understand most of the issues are with other changes and portrayals.
We haven't really seen enough of Starfire or Roy to make any good character judgements yet. Hopefully that'll happen soon.
@The Dark Huntress said:
@Farwind said:Apparently though people have issues if a non-male character acts sexual in any way.
As has been explained ad nauseum, that's not the problem that people have with it.
*hands out barf bags to everyone....*
So true, DH. ugh.....
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