Saturday, March 04, 2006

LT of "I Read Comics"

The other day, I received an e-mail from a lady who found When Fangirls Attack. She gave me a few compliments, and told me she was planning to plug it on her podcast. So, naturally, I went to her site and this was the first thing I saw.

It was nice to see I wasn't the only one to notice this.

(Oh, and the podcast is interesting, too. She links here whenever she does one)


  1. Y'know what? I love Paul Pelletier because of that.

    His women look like they actually eat!

  2. That's why I like his men. They look more like real men. He drew GL during the early Image days when every male in comics seemed to be a huge intricately-muscled thick necked caricature of an actual man. Pelletier's men were softer, more reasonably proportioned, and slightly rounded as though they had some fat in addition to their muscle. And he could draw facial expressions that indicated a wide range of emotions, like joy, surprise, concern, fear as opposed to constant scowling.

  3. Maybe we're finally leaving behind the "Steroid Era," where even ordinary civilians were drawn like Ah'Nuld.