A buddy of mine today started a conversation stating that a nudist superhero was an oxymoron. Now, he meant no offense by this, but the conversation that followed is what led to this, along with his proddings for me to follow through on my ideas as to how to make a good nudist superhero. Understand that A This isn't me creating one, but setting down some guidelines as to how to make one while keeping them true, or at least as true as it possibly can get, to the ideals of the community.
The Avengers is a great film and allbut the problem with all those superheroes is that none of them get naked. We mean, what is the point of taking the most attractive actors in Hollywood, having them bulk up and get fit to film and then forcing them to stay clothed the entire time? Luckily, these five movies had the right idea and gave us all a little skin.
Or subscribe and set genre preferences. What does your favorite superhero wear into battle—body armor? Protective gauntlets?
One character I can think of at once is Mystique in the X-Men movies. Those scales are part of her mutation and she is technically walking around nude. Remember how young Professor Xavier once exclaimed "Raven put some clothes on please!
The all-nude fight scene has been a staple of literature since Eve asked Adam to bite into the fruit of knowledge and Adam said, "Make me. We like nudity, AND we like fighting. Back in the really old days, when the Youtube was called "actual Roman gladiators," naked fighting was literally the "bread" in "bread and circuses.
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But from time to time, your favorite superheroes have been known to don far less than even that leotard. While many designs as of late have opted for more realistic designs and proportions, including armored uniforms and more functional costumes. Obviously, not all of these are by choice, and some are the result of circumstances beyond control such as battle damage or imprisonment.
Fans of gay comic writer Alex Woolfson's gay superhero comic book The Young Protectors will soon have quite the collector's item: illustrations of his adult characters completely nude. And now Woolfson say that if the numbers keep climbing, he'll offer backers some other titillating goodies, including a poster of his characters in their underwear. But never fear, Young Protector fans, Woolfson insists the story, about a gay man and his super-powered friends saving the world, won't veer into adult territory. The backers know this is all just for fun and that's the spirit they are taking this in," he said.
Click on the page to make it larger. As regular readers know, Hoverboy was a somewhat popular superhero character, star of comics, radio shows and cartoons from the mid-thirties to early eighties, when, sadly, a video game inspired killing spree from one of his co-creators put an end to his fictional adventures. Only in America, huh?