She’s not fat she’s just big boned. The new wonder woman has arrived and shes got more wonderful to love.
In the new movie, rather than stopping crime, she struggles to get out of bed to get to the donut shop. Her golden lasso is now a disability retrieval device for fetching crumpets from the far off table. And her bullet stopping bracelets have a new function – holding slices of pizza.
Controversial? Maybe, but in the USA this is more and more what the average woman is looking like. With the rise of feminism more and more women are lonely and binge eating to comfort their bitchy heart. As invaders pour in, a shorter squat-er woman is what America now finds to be the new normal. Forget 3x, we’re talking 8x just to get over the porcine ham-hocks. Diabetes and insulin is the norm. And kidney failure from a diet not meant to sustain life. All of this ends up as huge medical costs for tax payers. And all Mexicans and central Americans know that the USA is the place to be if you need $200,000 per year dialysis. In fact, one large clinic in Atlanta recently shut down it’s dialysis department because none of the attendees had insurance.
Fat characters are not new. “The Blob” and “Bouncing Boy” were early action comics villians. But they were never the good guys before.
Or, in the cases where super heros got fat it was NOT a good thing as Superman finds in this old action comic – Super Fatso:
Superman finds he is fat to his HORROR! Its a lesson to kids not to get fat. But no more.
Fat “Flash” can no longer run quickly. A warning to us all. But those days are gone. Now fat superheros are coming!
We welcome the new look. Comic books are releasing a new slew of Mexicasinn and Black heros to complement her. Look out here comes Marshmallow Man, Doughnut Crumbs, and Pizza Slick Quick. Yes things have changed since the days of Batman and Superman. But perhaps it’s time. All comics reflect the culture they come from, and now with 20 years of a warfare state bankrupting the middle class and run away open borders, Fat Wonder Woman is the new normal.