Monday, February 6, 2012 10:00:10 AM
The real problem, I think, is that what women find attractive is just all over the place, so nobody can decide what objectification of men actually looks like. M_Archer is totally right, though. You can also search "Harry Potter" or "Bleach" or "Hellsing" or really way more things than I care to list here, and most of the content you will find that falls under the fanservice umbrella is, in fact, just what this comic does to Batman in an exaggerated fashion, regardless of what the character actually is supposed to look like (I'm looking at you, Snape). Or Disney... HUGE amounts of female-targeted fanservice of hypersexed male Disney characters on dA, in the vein this comic describes.
And dirtysteve: Though I agree that some women like large, muscular men, and similarly those of us over fifteen start looking at more masculine types, but... you`re male, where do you get off implying that "huge" is what most of us want, especially when the