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I’ve thought about this a lot before, but I must say that I’m just in love with Spooky’s body shape. He’s soft around the edges, and bigger, and looks less like a superhero and more like a real person. And yet, at the same time, he doesn’t look weak at all, not even next to Kyle, no matter how many more muscles Kyle has. That’s something I find really lacking, especially in comics like this.
This was very important to me as a creator. To show different body types as attractive, and powerful. Especially in superhero comics. Especially in “gay” comics.
I’m glad to hear it’s something you connect with.
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