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espanolbot ([personal profile] espanolbot) wrote in [community profile] scans_daily2010-06-12 01:56

Casstoons: Reaction to the rumours about Billy Tucci and Gail Simone

Strip based off of this,

And this,

title: casstoons
medium: webcomic
char: batgirl/cassandra cain
char: Batgirl/robin/spoiler/stephanie brown (not sure if this is her tag or not)

[personal profile] theanswer 2010-06-12 15:38 (UTC)(link)
Cassandra Cain fans treat her like a Mary Sue.

[personal profile] cricharddavies 2010-06-12 16:24 (UTC)(link)

Given the complete devaluation of that term, that just means you don't like her. I'm sure that we're all deeply moved by your opinion.

[personal profile] theanswer 2010-06-12 16:26 (UTC)(link)
Deeply moved enough to respond to it.

And it's because of her fan base that I don't like her.

[personal profile] cricharddavies 2010-06-12 17:45 (UTC)(link)

Wow, that's novel. "A large number of people like her quite a bit, so she sucks!" I'm eagerly anticipating the inevitable Nazi comparison that demonstates beyond any possible depth your utter shallowness.

[personal profile] theanswer 2010-06-12 17:49 (UTC)(link)
Well no, it's more like a small amount of people like some imaginary fan reconstruction of her character that has been raised up on a gargantuan pedestal and then encased in a dome to prevent any and all character development from reaching her.
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[personal profile] pepperspray101 2010-06-12 20:38 (UTC)(link)
Fan reconstruction? O_O wait...are you talking about the fancomic. I don't think anyone believes ebot's Cass is a Cass Can in character. His is just a commentary type thing.
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[personal profile] akodo_rokku 2010-06-12 20:48 (UTC)(link)
Ignore theanswer. He/she/it/they is Scans Daily's biggest troll right now.
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[personal profile] alienist 2010-06-12 20:37 (UTC)(link)
Yes, wanting a character's history and personality to be considered and respected is exactly the same as wanting her to be perfect, and wanting characters who saw her as family to be seen giving a damn is the same as wanting her to be adored by everyone.

Cass had a lot of development in her own title. The difference is that it was organic, thoughtful, and sensible.