'Superman' / Composite Superman / Cos-Man of Steel / Cos-Superman / Dark Superman / First Superman / Lord Superman / Male Superhero / Man O Steel / Man of Steel / Mecha Superman / Nightmare Superman / Policajac u Supermenovoj majici / SUPERMAN / Second Superman / Shekhar 'Superman' / Super Man / Superior Man / Superman Clone / Superman Robot / Superman and the Mole-Men / Superman in 'Man of Steel' / Supermen / Supermeng / Superperson / Spermen / Young Superman From "Justice League Unlimited: Panic in the Sky (#2.11)" (2005) Batman: You want me to *what*? Batman: I don't 'have' to do anything!
Wonder Woman: Turn yourself over to US authority, along with the rest of us. Superman: Meet us at the coordinates I'm sending you. Batman: This is the single dumbest plan I've ever heard!
Elder watch cartoons that we named as Animated movie.
We find them more entertaining than real movies some times.
Disney, Nickelodeon, MTV, Archie Comic Publications, Inc., Hasbro, Marvel Entertainment Group, Hanna-Barbera Productions, Cartoon Network, Touchstone Pictures Amblin Entertainment, Toei Animation and Warner Bros.
Simply having wide hips does not equate Hartman Hips: they must have a small bust and shoulders as well.
A Japanese term derived from the English phrase “Lolita complex,” lolicon describes a fascination with cartoons of very young-looking girls engaged in varying degrees of erotic behavior.
(The word can be used to describe both the genre and its aficionados.) What can really confuse non-Japanese is that lolicons, who exist in large numbers in Japan, actually prefer illustrated art over real or photographic portrayals of girls, a predilection that’s known as a “2D complex.” This one-step removal from reality is the genre’s key feature, and it’s what keeps lolicon legal—if still, as non-fans note, “creepy.” Almost all of Mr.’s work is related to lolicon; in a 2007 interview, he described his efforts as a sort of safety valve, “releasing my fantasy world through my work instead of acting it out in real life.” Lolicon is the dark matter of Japanese pop culture, infusing everything from best-selling comics and animation to the nation’s ever popular girl groups. Indeed, the very term is something of a four-letter word in Japanese, virtually synonymous with pedophilia.
While this body shape can occur in nature, this is specifically a creator driven animation and artwork trope, so No Real Life Examples, Please!
NOTE: Please only add examples to work or character pages with actual examples of characters with exaggerated pear-shaped figures as meant to denote maturity, considering whether they apply better for Male Gaze or Impossible Hourglass Figure.