Self-Righteous Pricks don't care about Mexican people!
The first full part of my experimental (as in "I'm still figuring shit out") newer approach to my characters. Still trying to loosen up, but it's gettin' there. Hey, you try stuffing a fat fuck yeti into an obscenely tight "superhero" outfight and have it look dignified!
Speaking of which, for those that don't know, this is poking fun at the PAINFULLY pandering "faith" or whatever superhero comic where the character is...well, she's just fat. That's it. That's the character. Same bullshit superhero cliches we've had for decades, same lack of character, the only difference is that this one can't set foot in Tokyo without the populace fleeing for their lives.
And I AM a fat fuck! I am a half-shaved Bigfoot who's only half-shaved because Gillette would have gone out of business if they finished the other half! The yeti is loosely based on myself, or as loose as one my size could possibly get wearing that shit. Point is (if you can FIND a point on my Macy's Day Parade Balloon of a figure!), I do not give a flying FUCK about "beauty standards", or "unrealistic imagery"....in a COMIC BOOK! Especially not something as shallow as a superhero comic where 9 times out of 10, someone's whole character is limited to what powers they have and how much violence and collateral damage they can inflict with said powers, and not, you know...actual character. And that's where the Love & Rockets mention comes in, which is not only renowned for its characterization that stretches across several decades, but is also a damn good comic depicting overweight women, and still giving them character, with no pandering politically correct box-ticking tumblr-baby-appeasing bullshit. It is a DAMN good comic.
...so long story short, too late, I have no interest in doing any drawings of recent terrorist attacks, so I'm going after some stupid comic books instead as an excuse to practice my own experimental artwork, as well as to make many fat jokes for my own amusement! Ah, I got a million of 'em; one for every pound!
So yeah: "FFATTY", the one-note, two-ton superhero! What does the "FFATTY" stand for? What Prickery does the fairy have in store for our Yeti? Will that David Bowie Bulge make it to a future strip, or will it strip in the future? Tune in next time to find out! Same Fat time, same Fat channel: it's FFATTY!! Man, I am gonna drag these fat jokes into the GROUND and love every moment of it!!