Bleeding Cool previously reported on an event at Italian comic con Lucca, which saw the much-criticised Milo Manara and Frank Cho discuss art and women. It culminated in Manara presenting Cho with an illustration that depicted the reverse view of the Spider-Woman cover that cause Manara and Marvel so much strife, and that Frank Cho parodied to a similar response. The images are rather NSFW.
Well, Brazilian artist Ana Koehler, a member of the Brazilian female comics-focused site Lady’s Comics, and who works for the Franco-Belgian market had her own response to the furore.
Which is just as NSFW.
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