Liefelds loins divide by 0.

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    1. hmm i don’t know how i should react to this.

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    2. Hey look! It’s the “man” who got pregnant!

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    3. I always figured icantdrawfeet.com/ belonged to Liefeld but I guess that was too much to ask of him.

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    4. That’s some serious cameltoe.

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    5. Because pouches, stupid-looking guns, and bad anatomy were the rage in the 90s?

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    6. And MC Hammer pants were a clear sign of manliness.

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    7. @Billy Manic: Bottom line: His comics sold.
      WHY his comics sold is a matter of debate, but my theory is that every geek who ever doodled scarred, giant-blaster-wielding badasses in their notebook margins during Algebra class saw this kid as one of their own, and seeing his work published by Marvel gave them hope that somebody, someday, would pay them dumptrucks of money to lovingly render gnashing teeth, flying blood globules and three-bladed swords.

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    8. @HoChunk: All that’s true, but don’t forget that, except for McFarlane, there weren’t many artists at the time with his style. John Byrne was still considered “standard” with every woman having one of two hairstyles and few characters having modernized or stylized looks. I remember buy New Mutants #87 (I think that’s the one) and thinking “Wow this is awesome”—but I wasn’t look at anatomy or critiquing the way we do today, which is a luxury. The pouches and giant shoulder pads look wasn’t yet a motif. It was just cool to look at, the colors were bolder, and the characters didn’t conform to type—after years of sitting still, the plots of many comics (X-Men especially) finally seemed to be moving forward. Years later, yeah, it sucks, but think about all the trends that we’ve loved that eventually “sucked.” Also I don’t know if anyone remembers this, but Liefeld appeared in a Levi’s buttonfly 501 jeans commercial just as he was making his big break (the old “Is your fly buttoned?” “My fly’s buttoned!” commercials) which probably helped.

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