Oh My God!
You deserve a medal for making this comic my friend.
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you see dr. Manhattan cock in the move because you see it in the boo, though not as much. you see it in the book 'cos.... well when you see it in the book there's less snickering.
i don't know why partial omniscience leads to nudism. maybe the is some deep secret to the universe that means cloths are stupid.
And there was no plot explanation I can think of as to why youâEUTMd seek silk spectreâEUTMs minj. but I canâEUTMt guaranty the book didnâEUTMt show more of her during night owls dream. My point is showing silk spectreâEUTMs vag would be going out of your way to show nudity. Where as no showing Manhattans cock at all would have taken a grate deal of editing and ended up looking prudish.
It would be like the times you can tell the censers have made the artist draw undies on people when there is no explanation where the undies came from.
Blame Dave Gibbons
After all, he drew the original book. Yes, this does mean that he drew the original images of Dr. Manhattan's blue penis. I think that with how it was most tastefully done, no-one should argue with the artwork originally, but yes, we were denied some quality minge shots from Silk Spectre 2
Anyway, there were a couple of issues here with the presentation. I'd have taken away the line "I learn that" from the start of box 3. Doctor Manhattan seems only to speak in the present and doesn't waste time mincing words. The joke with the sin wave form of his penis was quite fun, but only mathematicians or physicists would get the joke, but kudos anyway.
Perhaps more time could have been devoted to the anatomical deviation with the buttock on pane 3. I'd have said that the cheekshould meet the thigh and a second curve for the hamstring should start. Of course, I can't check this for a few hours, as I don't have a full length mirror and the space to get naked and gyrate like he was in the shot ;)
You've done a great job with the facial features and in the simplicity, it almost looks like Manhattan from the original graphic novel. Yours is a simplified version though, as Gibbons always liked having more black lines in his pieces, making them look more sketch like.
Congratulations on the front page.
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the wang is not the point...think of it this way if we never felt the need to make clothes and cover up our baby-makers then people wouldn't be sn****ring in the theaters....its au-natural
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