Earlier this week, former Catwoman artist Guillem March released some pages on his blog that were rejected from the OldDCU version of Catwoman #3 due to them being basically a bunch of nude pinups of Catwoman, tastefully covered up with panels of Batman and Alfred drooling over her. The images went viral after appearing on popular tabloid site Bleeding Cool, resulting in a huge influx of web traffic to March's blog from fans who appreciate the pages for their artistic value.
"I just find the art to be beautiful," said one fan, who also reads Playboy for the articles.
"I think they're really well drawn," said another, who purchased a bunch of superhero porn parodies for the captivating storylines.
"I like to masturbate to drawings of fictional women," said the only honest person we interviewed.
The Outhouse also loves and supports the fine arts, so here's a new page March just released from Catwoman #4, from which March has removed the panel covering Catwoman's butt, making it "more beautiful."
March has promised to release an uncovered version of the full frontal shot from Catwoman #3 later this week if enough fans masturbate while viewing his blog, so get over there and get jerking, unless you're some kind of art-hating philistine.
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