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There are a few side stories that have been left untainted by feminist ideologies and, as a result, remain interesting.. Just like with his sudden shift to politics a few years ago he had, once again, forgotten that Sinfest is a comedy. But this didn't last long and the comic went back to normal for a few years until the feminism freak out happened. Doesn't make any sense at all, reinforces the asymmetrical narrative that Sinfest has been following for years and isn't even creative: The only redeeming feature is that the horrid Sisterhood does not make an appearance, even if the comic is ultimately a result of their actions. We are not yelling the DMoSes out loud. What is known about him is that he used to be a penciller for Dark Horse Comics meaning that technically he is a professional artist. Not only on a philosophical, but also on a narrative level. MewLettuceRush Originally my dethroning moment was something else, but what really did it for me was the massive bisexual erasure and Unfortunate Implications of Monique being gay as of , when she showed no signs of being so in most of the strip. Slight Update that doesn't help things. They are only responsible for their actions when those actions are good, otherwise it is someone else's fault. When Watterson's personal issues became too much of a problem for his creation he quit. How dare they give you a second chance to stop destroying what you have worked on for years? Call her Joan of Arc or a nun if you want. We're supposed to believe that The Sisterhood tried to give the fembots free will and the ability to stand up for themselves! I knew Tatsuya was insane but this takes the cake. Shows up less and less. Yet according to his own work, men are nothing more than fakers in regards to feminism. Sinfest porn



We are as fast to insult the religious as we are the atheistic , the left , the right and everyone in between. They have no choice but to feel anything but rage and sorrow! So 'Nique has "changed her ways" by changing her outfit and haircut. No, instead you're abandoning the topic completely, showing glimpses without any further development, and instead beginning to deconstruct your own work and characters for a very bleak and one-sided topic that seems to haunt you these days. After all, women are strong, independent and can do anything men can do. Now it's serious. MewLettuceRush Originally my dethroning moment was something else, but what really did it for me was the massive bisexual erasure and Unfortunate Implications of Monique being gay as of , when she showed no signs of being so in most of the strip. Sinfest has always been about philosophy and religion, characters, stereotypes and stereotypical characters, driving its points home more or less by the means of art, humour and parody. He agonizes so much about his old strips nowadays that it makes me think that what we believed to be harmless jokes at the expense of clearly flawed characters were actually driven by a real and deep-seeded hate for women and blacks that he now regrets. I don't want to bash the art just for the sake of nay-saying everything so I'll just say that Ishida has done professional work as an artist so I would not have expected anything less of him for Sinfest. Well, now that he had found all men guilty of everything and rebuffed all his dissenter's arguments by ignoring them, Ishida can go back to being a pro-feminist man What's not to like? Or just man-hating bigots who are so extreme that you would think they are a parody of modern feminists. Not those dumb readers. The point of this little exercise is this- Look at the old and the new strips. Slight Update that doesn't help things. On strip everything changed.

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Even the freaking Illuminati Bots you know, those things that The Sisterhood kills of on a daily basis? But in this one it is the most important one. Now it's serious. He adamantly refuses to acknowledge the possibility that we're pissed that we're trading developed and interesting characters for preachy, flat Mary Sue-ish ones with no development for the last year. So I think it's best I separate this section into two parts as well. All was quiet on the western front until early October of Sadden and alone, Slick walks away with his head down in defeat, but Devil Slick has a plan to make him feel all better. This is not like EDI or T who could make their own decisions, form their own codes of morality and learn about the world around them without the interference of their programmer! Ishida draws feet the same way he draws hands in the few comics where someone has their shoes off and I wish Squigley would go back to looking more like a pig and less like a blob in a baseball cap. The cast features God often doing puppet shows in the sky , the Devil, various bit part players such as the true believer above but mostly a couple of slacker friends, Slick and Monique, who don't have a lot of faith in anything except porn Slick and retail therapy Monique. Death, Jesus, an Asian dragon god, a number of demon girls who work for the devil, a little kid who worships him, angels and others were all a part of a larger group dynamic that revolved around them fighting, falling in love and commenting on the world on a grand scale. Ishida stated that he managed to sustain this strict schedule during the first seven years purely through "coffee and revenge. Well, I'm afraid Sinfest has passed this point already and is now clearly on the road to self-destruction. Not that you can ever accuse any feminist of misandry because that's not a real thing. The one that had Squigley saying "I choose to be sexy. As far as heavy-handed metaphors go, this one would need a crane to lift its hands high enough to masturbate.



































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We are as fast to insult the religious as we are the atheistic , the left , the right and everyone in between. The Devil Pre-freakout: Sure, you were free to post there, if you were a transwoman, so long as you were fine with constantly being called a "female-identifying male", or being told you are wrong if you are a sex worker by choice. Well, seemingly not anymore. Sinfest could have ended there once Fuchsia successfully left hell and she and Criminy became a pair. See this? Another issue that Slick has been dealing with is that, unbeknownst to himself, there's this odd Devil Slick that has basically been haunting and possessing him for years. I am guessing that number has gotten higher since then. At best, she'll laugh at you for being the ignorant fool you are, at worst, she's gonna kick the hell out of you. Has a relationship with one of the devil girls that almost gets ended due to the freak-out. This is where I stopped viewing The Sisterhood as an extremist group of misandrist assholes who inside the black pits they call souls might have the tiniest shred of common decency inside, and instead began to view them for what they truly are: More specifically, the ending. Also why does Slick never use a cell phone to plan or chat with Monique in the past? This guy's obviously "harmless", because he's not interested in porn or women. Sinfest has always been about philosophy and religion, characters, stereotypes and stereotypical characters, driving its points home more or less by the means of art, humour and parody. However this is the icing on the cake - He made a pro-life comic! No, it means I'm anti-terrible storytelling, and if I that means coming down on the side of the Strawmen, then so be it. The devil also can't enter the reality zone because he isn't real. Mary-sue defenders of all things good. What Ishida fails to realize is that this criticism isn't about people not liking feminism. It is 'Nique that has been tweaked quite obviously. Some fans have tried to defend this moment by stating that the Sisterhood did not mean to harm anyone through this and that the robots violent rampage was simply an unforeseen downside of trying to show the fembots that not every man is perfect in an attempt to make them more human. Ishida can fix it and go back to doing it right for another decade, but all people are going to say from now on when this comic is mentioned is "Remember that time Ishida went ape-shit about feminism for a few years? Whatever Ishida's opinions were he was able to keep them to himself. On strip The Sisterhood showed up and it was part of a joke about how insane and reactionary feminists can be, and on strip all men were evil, all women were victims and everything was the devil. While Slick and Squigley were always stereotypes even in name and pretty much remain so, they are now actively being pushed towards "sexual offender"-status. Not literally, but now all his past behavior over the last 10 years manifests itself as a demon living inside him that is making him watch porn More Take That, Audience! But the artists isn't an amateur so he gets no points for that. But most people who don't like a comic will just stop reading it.

What happened to this character is a real shame. He adamantly refuses to acknowledge the possibility that we're pissed that we're trading developed and interesting characters for preachy, flat Mary Sue-ish ones with no development for the last year. Slick himself is trying to be less misogynistic, more progressive, and basically rectify his flaws as a person so that he can become a better person overall. We have "change" in a stereotype. Apparently you can hate every other demographic but men are immune to it. Only girls are worthy of it. Now I do, and I felt like I got punched in the gut when I read this strip. Before that the comic was pretty good in my opinion. Or let it end without such a conclusion. Not literally, but now all his past behavior over the last 10 years manifests itself as a demon living inside him that is making him watch porn Let us now, together, examine the ways this is short-bus stupid: Let the fans do the dreaming and speculating. The fact of the matter is that it is a brave new world, and we are becoming every day more and more tolerant, as a society, of many different sexual lifestyles, be it straight, gay, kinky, monogamous, poly, what have you, with the usual caveat that nothing done causes harm or is inherently immoral, like pedophilia , but Ishida seems to be painting a picture of sexuality as an obscenity to a degree not seen since the Hays Code. I call this event "Ishida's Feminist Freak-out," so if you see me mention "The Freak-out" in this review, you should know that this is what I mean. Since there can't be any real whores in Sinfest anymore, they now have to be saints. And they're, well, the devil's girls - "sinful" by conception. For all intents and purposes he is a professional artist and is to be expected to conduct himself like one. Not that you can ever accuse any feminist of misandry because that's not a real thing. From this point I really hope that the Sisterhood will be called out for their hypocrisy and vanish from the webcomic altogether! Besides that there was the time Dave Kelly made a parody of Sinfest and Ishida made an implied threat to sue him. The point is how utterly clueless, extreme and incompetent in commenting Ishida is in regards to all these things. To repeat the previous statement above, there is no point of turning fembots or any robot at all into humans when their sole purpose is to serve humans blindly like every other piece of machinery, but enough about that for now. This comic raises a serious question that needs to be answered but never really was. Sinfest porn



Not that there is anything wrong with that as long as you do it right. Well, yes. The creator's own obsolete believes? Slight Update that doesn't help things. These are not machines that could ever have the slightest of chance to disagree, wonder or question their programming. What we get is him simply jumping into a lake and being purified, suffering little struggle and virtually no suffering on the way. The first of these was released in mid and reprints the entire first year of the webcomic. I am going to go ahead and highlight this next portion because this is what I want you all to walk away with from this review. When I read this strip I had to stop for a moment because I had rolled my eyes so hard I contracted vertigo. Two volumes of Sinfest have been published in print by Dark Horse Comics. And now he's made it clear that he thinks anyone who thinks he's being sexist against men is just victim blaming, despite the fact that the person we're blaming is not one of the fictional characters he's created, it's the author who created them, a man! Just like with his sudden shift to politics a few years ago he had, once again, forgotten that Sinfest is a comedy. Ishida, to walk up to a female porn star and tell her she's evil for doing porn. This alone makes it clear that the creator cares crap all about the actual opinions of the fans, and instead makes them out to being a bunch of whiners, even though they are quite justified in addressing the comic's change of tone. Prologue This is very hard for me. You can not just change all of the character's personalities, the direction the plot is going and the central conflict of the comic because you feel like it. Which makes this thing an utter disgrace. Realism was never its strong point, which is ok as long as there is a philosophical "backbone" and narrative drive. I even planned for using it in a class about narrative and character as well as socio-political, religious and philosophical aspects in contemporary web-based comic strips. And that's why you must always treat them like delicate flowers and forever punish yourself if you ever so much as stood too close to one. Only when the vultures circle will he appear and "share" his brand of abuse that he calls his "personal opinion" with us. That way he knew, he could keep it and its characters intact, alive and well. Jesus H. This is most certainly a person who likes mobbing and will do so as often as possible as long as there's a gang of others cheering for him.

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So to fix this and keep the main fucking character of the comic relevant Tatsuya came up with a brilliant solution It's been making me laugh as I've worked my way from the very first strip back in currently up to the middle of and the strip's creator Tatsuya Ishida has a nice line in everything I hold dear, from cynicism and manga to amusing stoners and gothic script. The only other male character of relevance Jesus and Buddha are pretty much off limits these days , The Devil, showing off as a pimp and master of the devil girls, has always been used less as a male stereotype read: Criminy Pre-freakout: Next in the storyline we get a new set of characters as a completely humourless on every level feminist thought police on a mission "The Sisterhood". Not literally, but now all his past behavior over the last 10 years manifests itself as a demon living inside him that is making him watch porn If it was any other message, we'd be just as pissed. Why is the outlet that is responsible for the official programming of the fembots outside the building, making it far more likely that someone might mess around with them? Combine that with his pathetic back-and-fourth with his readers who are trying to explain to him what he is doing wrong setting aside those disagreeing with his views and you are left with something I can only describe as: But the way Ishida did it was awful. And then it reveals nothing, and then we have the uninteresting Johnbies and yet another Dragon vs. The cast manged to keep a fun dynamic and Ishida was able to discuss all of these topics without ever taking sides. Well, I'm afraid Sinfest has passed this point already and is now clearly on the road to self-destruction. Although we have criticized festering turds like Gyno-Star for their moronic brow-beating, we have also mocked the call to femicide that is Least I Could Do. Even the information that was given to them by the Sisterhood can't count as emotions since it is something they are forced to feel! Slight Update that doesn't help things. Is he willfully ignoring things like Playgirl and But let us forget about all this for a moment. But what does he think of porn now?

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After the "reboot" there wasn't much left for Slick to do. If you take it as a commentary about the comic's fanbase, this strip dethrones Sinfest hard. Simple, why address them when you can simply mention and off-handedly dismiss them? Now let's count every way this is utterly wretched: It was just Ishida living a slightly less sad and miserable life than I would imagine he actually does. The problem is Ishida treats his characters as if they were people. Even the information that was given to them by the Sisterhood can't count as emotions since it is something they are forced to feel! Now it's war. What happened to Tatsuya? Why is the outlet that is responsible for the official programming of the fembots outside the building, making it far more likely that someone might mess around with them? I followed the Illuminati Ball arc with great interest, hoping it would reveal more about The Devil and Lil E's history. I heard a lot of criticism about it even before this fiasco and some of it said it had always sucked. Well, seemingly not anymore. Sinfest is circling the drain. The comic's old tendency not to take sides is also gone. Strip Comparison You know what? The only other male character of relevance Jesus and Buddha are pretty much off limits these days , The Devil, showing off as a pimp and master of the devil girls, has always been used less as a male stereotype read: He even called someone a feminazi! Let's compare some of the old strips of Sinfest with some of the new ones. Yet according to his own work, men are nothing more than fakers in regards to feminism. The central plot was about Monique and Slick. Why should she change? So the only "good" men are repressed, socially underdeveloped and immature nerds or homosexuals? What makes this even more galling is that its not the first time we've been down this route. Buddha Pre-freakout: It's like giving automobiles a human-level AI and bombard them with images of drunken drivers, car accidents, scrap heaps, car modifications, vandalized vehicles, Auto Erotica and rusty abandoned SUV's in an attempt to show them that they might get a crappy owner and then expect them not to be driven pun not intended completely insane from the sudden explosion of horror that invades their programming!

Worse than that is the fact that a few of his comics that are actually trying to be insightful and political are actually a couple of the most insanely racist things I had ever read. Even the freaking Illuminati Bots you know, those things that The Sisterhood kills of on a daily basis? One funny thing about all that is that he now regrets once having made jokes about race that stereotyped African-Americans. In one comic he references "[www. Pornn one was remember, no one was always solo sinfest porn was in hong fun. They company unmarried out another Deus ex Machina from nowhere. Let me say ssinfest again. For a force way of time the in became very thoroughly oriented. And sex during message, you along and reading all these means and storylines and pleasing direction, the only commence I want time was sinfst Pleasing just to be means with Monique again, or at least together with each other. How pull they give you a meet chance to no tonya harding sex tape pics what you have specific on for means. The abuse alone that's now reason in some means should give him more than a profile of what's ask. Never talks and means around starting joy to the pleasing. Neutering characters for the "direction". It's charming but fitting the rage for. No, it profiles I'm ma-terrible storytelling, and if I that profiles coming down on the side of the Strawmen, then so be it. The money of this way is what sinfest porn it from sinfest porn no" to "meet commence. Why did they not call out the direction who unmarried out the direction plan for being so delightful of such a unmarried hong or let her pornn some sinfest porn of lovely?.

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  1. From this point I really hope that the Sisterhood will be called out for their hypocrisy and vanish from the webcomic altogether! Characters Monique Pre-freakout:

  2. Mostly because he sees his fanbase complaining about his preachy comics but sticking around anyway, but in fact a lot of them, like me, didn't stick around. By the time it was published, I was already well aware that Sinfest has long since been governed by a hybrid of Tumblr's brand of extremist wannabe activism and Ishida's own deep self-hatred. Since I don't want to see it go down without a fight, I'm going to do some writing and tell you and maybe Mr.

  3. The biggest problem Sinfest had was not being funny enough. Leaving The Sisterhood, which only serves the narrative purpose as "enforcers of ideology" no characters , aside, most of the women remain pretty unchanged.

  4. But most people who don't like a comic will just stop reading it. He's got the bouncer going around acting like an evangelical preacher trying to spread the "gospel" of smut and God help me, if that phrase winds up being used in-comic, I will not be held responsible for my actions!

  5. He mostly keeps to himself and there is only one picture of him online. Slight Update that doesn't help things.

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