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Monday, November 14, 2022 

Cartoon statues based on "evil queens" are no better an influence than supervillains

J. Scott Campbell's a talented artist, there's no disputing that. But one of his latest projects, which appears to be based on the evil queen from Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs, is decidedly a poor choice for something to market: Seriously, I find it so galling when not just a villainess is marketed as a big deal in the statue-making business, but also when evil is made to look sexy. There's a lot Campbell's drawn to impress me, but not this item. It just insults my intellect, because already, there's been Joker cultism, Poison Ivy cultism, Riddler cultism and even Dr. Doom cultism, and now we have to have this? No, I'm sorry, this is no improvement.

The foremost focus of admiration and appreciation shoud be heroes and heroines. And good is what should really be made to look sexy.

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