Nice art: They may not target women, but DC and Marvel are definitely going after the manatee market

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201207261611 Nice art: They may not target women, but DC and Marvel are definitely going after the manatee market
Or at least that’s what artist Joel Micah Harris shows us.

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Comments

  1. joe.distort says:

    BREAKING NEWS LOTS OF MEN DONT LIKE ALL OF THE SHOWS ON ABC AND CBS EITHER (and some of us are offended by the garbage they constantly pump out)

    seriously im not reading this blog anymore. we get it. i dont even read marvel or dc anymore (with the Grant Morrison Rule Of Exceptions in place). they dont appeal to me either! but the dead horse has been beaten. maybe i will check back in a month or so.

  2. Laurie S. Sutton says:

    I live in Florida and have encountered manatees while swimming, but no manatees like these!

  3. I submitted some of my manatee drawings for a portfolio review at SDCC and was told point-blank by an editor, “No one wants to read a book about a fat manatee.”

  4. @ Ben Towle – I am sure there are enough people who would like love to see a manatee comic book. Take your work to another guy. Another and another until you find the right home for it. Or, pop it on Kickstarter and gain support and do it yourself.

  5. @Jimmy Robinson – I really appreciate your kind words. I probably should have been less cryptic, but I was actually just riffing on this post that made a lot of ruckus last week:

    http://kxhara.deviantart.com/journal/Contest-A-quot-Fat-quot-Female-Superhero-3153176

  6. Nickie says:

    Check it out. Tshirts with them! http://www.redbubble.com/people/jomiha

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