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Big Hero 6 (2008) #4

Big Hero 6 (2008) #4

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The Story
The Big Hero 6 team knew they were in for a challenge when they set out for New York, but they had no idea just how difficult a fight America had in store for them! Now, their adversaries have taken control of some of their own team mates and allies, with every intention of letting the team, their friends, and their family members tear each other apart! Japan’s premiere super heroes face a life or death decision now, and no matter who survives, BH6 loses! Join Hiro, Baymax, and all the Big Hero 6 in their very first 4th issue, ever!
Rated A …$3.99
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  • Imprint: MARVEL UNIVERSE
  • Rating: RATED A
  • Format: Comic
  • Price: $3.99
  • UPC: 5960606392-00411
  • FOC Date: Nov 20, 2008
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Mysterychick118
Mysterychick118

This comic book is rated A. Children read this comic book. What message do you think is being sent to them by portraying female characters in revealing clothing and compromising positions? Girls are learning that their worth is only as much as the appeal of their bodies, and boys are learning how to measure a girls worth by her body. Women are still fighting for equal rights, not only in the U.S., but in other countries as well. They are fighting basic human rights in other countries. Yet, you have the nerve to portray the gender that gave birth to you, that held you for nine or so months and pushed you out of a 10 cm hole (can you say painful?), and you take everything that was given and sacrificed for you to make women printed and mass produced sex objects. Wow. I'm sick of this. The comic book industry and the gaming industry are alienating an entire gender. Do you realize what a positive change it would be to make women look realistic, with realistic, normal clothing and poses?  


You may worry about sales, but remember you are training the next generation on how it views women. Start now you won't suffer much loss. You may even gain more, because women would feel more like buying comic books and the like.