Written by ThanosCopter
on Monday, June 25 2012 and posted in News with Benefits
Guillem March takes a stand against those who spoke out against his anatomically correct Catwoman cover.
Two weeks ago, the Internet cried out as one against Guillem March's Catwoman #0
cover, which depicted the famed femme fatale as a contorted ball of boobs and butts. March finally responded to the critics over the weekend.
In a post on his blog, March stated that fanboys/girls were welcome to criticize his work, stating that it's part of the game. However, he did state that fellow comics professionals should have abstained from the criticism, citing Cameron Stewart specifically. He then states that "doing good art is not enough to be a good artist."
March also showed that he was taking the criticism with a little bit of grace with a parody drawing of his own, which was done in the style of R. Crumb. Check it out below.
Source: Guillem March's Blog
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