!! OMG, quote of the day: DC Comics wish that Bruce Wayne batdick shot was never drawn !!

“It’s made us, certainly, look at what Black Label is and think about whether these elements are additive to the story. And that’s something that we’ll be mindful of going forward, because I don’t think we want necessarily a repeat of what happened with the first issue.” says Lee.

Says Dan DiDio: “It’s something we wished never happened,because it really took the attention away from what we thought was quality storytelling, and that’s not the way we see this imprint. As a matter of fact, we’re excited by all the books that we have under Black Label. And it’s an important line for us, so much so that we’re actually repositioning some of our older material that has that same tonality and bringing it in and reprinting it under the Black Label name.”

– The opinions of the straight old guys at DC! If if you read the OMG comments, however, you’ll find that the audience wants MORE BATDICK – desperately!

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11 Comments on "OMG, quote of the day: DC Comics wish that Bruce Wayne batdick shot was never drawn"

  1. They approved the story, the pictures, and the copy; then, because some people complained, they backtracked. Female characters have been sexualized for decades in comic books, and no one asked if it was “additive to the story” or if it “took attention away from quality storytelling.”

    The homophobia inherent in the scandal and in DC’s handling of the issue is apparent. Men have bodies; get over it people.

    • Super hero comics do not display nudity of females. You homophobia criticism is completely unwarranted.

      • If this had been a nude drawing of a female character there would be no uprising. It would have been accepted. All these companies need to stop pandering to the right.

    • Josh N Oregonia | October 12, 2018 at 7:38 pm | Reply

      This is exactly my problem. DC editorial saw the art and approved it. And then – because of the fits thrown by an unholy conglomerate of overly loud and utterly obnoxious religious zealots, prudes, and straight nerds who think seeing a dick makes them gay – they backpedaled wildly instead of standing by their decision to publish. And now they pretend they have concerns about the Black Label concept. All because of one heavily shadowed bat dick in a non-canon mini-series/one-shot.

      This is why the Republicans have so much power…America is full of dumb, entitled idiots and corporations that are cowardly and overly concerned with the apparent money in appeasing whiny asshats who likely didn’t actually even buy the title in question.

  2. It’s a damn comic and the desperate gays had to ruin the comic experience for the rest of us actual nerdy comic enthusiast gays. Thanks alot you whoring ass gaping thirsty bitches. Buy a dildo or a dog and leave comics to those of us who actually enjoy them for what they are and theor stories.

  3. Bruce Alexander | October 11, 2018 at 4:14 pm | Reply

    Are you kidding me? Showing his ass, cock and balls was one of the best things that DC has done in a long time. People have been fantasizing about Batman for YEARS! In fact, I would LOVE to see more heroes do the same thing.

    • There are plenty of videos and artwork created by fans online for that. It was completely unwarranted in the comic and only existed for shock value.

  4. Are they really comments of the comic’s audience, though? Or just people who enjoy a good dick shot…

  5. Josh N Oregonia | October 11, 2018 at 2:11 pm | Reply

    DC’s mortal terror of doing something and then standing by it is why DC movies keep tanking. They have no spine, it seems, and it shows.

  6. I totally agree. At the end of the day, Batman will always be geared towards a younger generation and they’re the ones who buy these comic books. I found it to be in poor tatse and unnecessary. Our mainstream is way too sexualized as it is.

    • Which age would be ok with seeing the heavy violence that runs throughout most dark Batman graphic novels, but not ok with seeing a brief shot of a penis?
      This isn’t a Dennis The Menace comic strip, you know.

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