Now you're rivalling VS for pedantry, you know what I mean.
I don't know what you mean. You claimed I was calling the book a hipster, and I pointed out that it's not possible for an inanimate object to have personality traits or characteristics (except maybe in DC comics, where you could have Superbook). You then responded by insisting I did indeed call the book a hipster, and I carefully explained the difference.
In what world can both Superboy and American Vampire be aimed at hipsters? I think it's time for me to revive that 'What exactly is a Hipster comic?' thread, because your claims are mad to say the least, at some point, you have to accept that some things are enjoyed at face value and not with a hipster veneer of irony, American Vampire was co-created and co-written by Stephen King, a man who knows his vampires and his traditional horror, he is not a hipster. Superboy is a traditional superhero comic with traditional elements, not very hipsterish either.
There are things that a hipster likes because they are hip (indie comics), and there are things that a hipster likes because they are ironically awesome (goofy superboy comics). It's certainly possible for both to be directed at Hipsters, especially when the latter is being produced by a beloved hipster writer of hipster indie comics.
I think you're just using it as a catch-all term for anything you don't like.
I think that's how you're using "Pendantic."