Kano and Lopez's artwork further tones down the obvious conclusion as to the way the women are portrayed. The Teeny Teens act vapid, but the artists make them look youthfully cute. They give them a variety of body shapes and facial characteristics. They're not a succession of Paris Hilton knock-offs. The artists show the women mooning over The Torch and Ice Man in the same way that generations of women, regardless of their intellects, fell at the feet of Elvis or the Beatles. The end result isn't a flock of buxom sheep but rather a group of different, young women that have boys on the mind and have yet to experience the pleasures associated in the acquisition of knowledge. The story's female hero suggests that they will. Read Full Review
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