[Image: A drawing of Superman in a redesigned costume and pose meant to be in the style that many super heroines and women in comics wear and how they are posed. The traditional Superman suit now has very, very high heels, the front parts of the thigh, arm, chest, abdomen and hip areas are now removed, revealing bare skin. A tight red bikini-style bottom replaces the traditional red brief-style bottoms. He stands, cape in the wind, with his chest thrust forward and his bottom thrust back in a “sexy” stance.\
Needless to say, this is the worst thing I’ve ever drawn.
I’m sorry Superman. I’m so sorry. My beloved boyscout. Oh, Benevolent Blue. Ah ah ah forgive me this atrocity oh oh oh.
Okay going to go watch Sherlock now wish me luck.
We should redo ALL the male super heroes like this
The high heels, though. THE HEELS. I love that. Because that is exactly the kind of shoes they put on women in comics and it makes me want to throw a brick at something EVERY SINGLE TIME.
Apparently it’s too much to ask that artists think of something besides the male gaze long enough to at least give women in comics REASONABLE FUCKING FOOTWEAR.
Seriously. I want to know what kind of skeletal structure they think women possess because not only do women apparently have SPINES MADE OF RUBBER BANDS AND FLEXISTRAWS so they can have both ass and tits facing the viewer, but apparently their hips and legs may be molded out of silly putty that ends in ANKLES AND FEET MADE OF SOME KIND OF EXTRATERRESTRIAL ADAMANTIUM ALLOY AND DISALLOWS ANY NERVES OR NEED FOR BLOODFLOW because holy fuck the shoes. I seriously wonder how these women don’t have constant stress fractures or soft tissue injuries. There’s a reason athletes and soldiers wear either sneakers or boots or something like it.
I really do want to get some high heels just like this, find the artists who draw them on comic book women, then make them run an obstacle course, run stairs in a stadium, try some pilates, and then run a mile in these EXACT SHOES before they sit back down at the drawing board. Because that’s what you’re having women in comics do. And for no other reason than it looks good to straight dudes.
I love beautiful, impractical, painful, ridiculous shoes. I also know when not to wear them. One of those times is “during fight practice.”
I have a bit of an obsession for funky tights.
The scene, part of the “Walk a Mile in her Shoes” event, was a sight to behold. Soldiers and civilians, mostly male, strapped on flashy red high heels and pushed strollers or carried their children in backpacks. Battle buddies teetered clumsily, holding onto each other for physical and even moral support.
lol OMG! This is perfect, I almost cried
I’ve been to every shoe shop in town and can’t find a pair of shoes that a) don’t rub, b) are aesthetically pleasing, c) wearable for a whole evening, d) silver or something that matches my Leaver’s Ball dress, e) high heels but not too high. IS THAT TOO MUCH TO ASK? *pants* ARGH.
I love high heels. I love how they add +100 sexiness points. But they’re so damn uncomfortable. After a few hours I’m always moaning, “ARGH MY BAALLLSSS (
of my feet)!” Our feet are not MADE to wear high heels. They’re so bad for you. But… society loves how they look. I guess in the way they liked the idea of small feet on women and bound girls’ feet in China. Or how our society has grown to love large breasts and lips so women feel a societal pressure to get plastic surgery.
I have blisters from trying on so many shoes.