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today i found out about the white rabbit... by nebezial today i found out about the white rabbit... by nebezial
see, thing is, i love dc comics,. personally i happen to prefer them over marvel. but boy have they lost their shit with character designs recently... i mean, when you are making old 90s stuff look restrained...

anyhoo, this is the white rabbit. a villain from a recent batman comic....

or as pervy people call her... page 37 from fetishwear catalogue XD

how the hell am i not to make a joke about her...

she even has a friggin ringed collar!

does the action figure come with a ballgag? XD, handcuffs sold separately

i so wish i knew of her before i made this joke




she looks like something i would have drawn as a design in sunstone... hence the obvious joke... which is obvious to this complicated circle of people who both know their dc comics and sunstone...

the rest of you are all like....whaaaa????
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:icongamefan0:
gamefan0 Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2019
The marvel version of White Rabbit is pretty fun.
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:iconmadartist29:
MadArtist29 Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2019
HAHAHAHA I remember her from an old issue Action Comics that had Steel(John Henry Irons) dealing with her discovered drug stashes- i think that was the first time i saw nip slips in a comic
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:icondreadlockedcipher:
DreadLockedCipher Featured By Owner May 20, 2018  Student General Artist
And I'm the Emperor of China.
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coffeeforlife383 Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2018  Hobbyist Artist
it doesn't really surprise me with the female character's costumes anymore. :/  
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12monkehs Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2018  Hobbyist Artist
Images by 12monkehs  
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:icondarkphlame412:
DarkPhlame412 Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2018
Um... So, what happened to the linked picture?
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Arklyte84826 Featured By Owner May 26, 2018
He was hired by DC?
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:icondarkphlame412:
DarkPhlame412 Featured By Owner May 26, 2018
How's that relevant? He's worked for them before this pic was done, I'm 90% positive.
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:iconhyphendyer:
Hyphendyer Featured By Owner Jan 1, 2018
...I'm an Attack Helicopter.
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:icondragonstar1278:
Dragonstar1278 Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2017
lol
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:iconnaruto392:
naruto392 Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2017
Legit lol
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:iconkniznik:
kniznik Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2017
Didn't know playboy models were out committing crimes. Did H. Hefner knew about this?
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ShinPersonaMaster Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2017  Hobbyist Artist
Neat picture.
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:iconvelocity58:
velocity58 Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2017  Hobbyist Writer
I KNOW RIGHT?!
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:iconblindbraille:
blindBraille Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2017
I am a cucumber.
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:iconpurplekingcrazy:
And yeah, I happen to be a great king.... wait.
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:iconelessal:
elessal Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2017  Student
I just wonder why she did not show up in batman lego movie...
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:iconrbmagic8:
rbmagic8 Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
i remember seeing her and thinking wtf
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:iconsajjukkhar:
SajjukKhar Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2017  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
LOL shes adorable

Super Villain?  *runs up and hugs super villain*
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:iconburnswell:
Burnswell Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
I betting this character was designed immediately after the artist heard about cosplaying at conventions.
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:icondragonlord221:
DragonLord221 Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2017
Het did you delete that drawing of Batman in a straight jacket insisting to a skeptical joker that the White Rabbit is real? Or did I go crazy?
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:icondblood42:
dblood42 Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2017
I mean... DC.
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ArtSkepticBot015 Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2017
Well to their defense, it could be a nice little homage to Hugh Hefner... R.I.P :(
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AdrianaAlencar Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
haha
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:icontheblack-kat:
TheBlack-Kat Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2017  Student Filmographer
...yeah... this character...

Ok, it's fine to have sexy women in comics, the main target audience is adolescent boys after all, but this character was so dumb!  Not only is the design pretty terrible, but the character had nothing too her.  Not only that, but there was NO reason to call her 'White Rabbit'.  She wasn't associated with The Mad Hatter or the Tweedles, so there was no point other than to stick her in a play boy outfit.
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matthew-lane Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
"Ok, it's fine to have sexy women in comics, the main target audience is adolescent boys after all,"

Oh hunny, comics haven't had a main target audience of teenage boys since the 90's.
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:icontheblack-kat:
TheBlack-Kat Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2017  Student Filmographer
I have a feeling this is something we're going to have to agree to disagree on, but that's really not the impression I've gotten from the industry.  Like when DC was apparently running surveys at comic book stores and we're basically ignoring anyone who was not a teenage boy so they could then say 'see, look at these statistics!  The main people buying our comics are these people so we need to cater for them!'

Obviously this is just the 'Super Hero' genre, there's plenty of comics out there for other demographics, but superheroes were what was being discussed.
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matthew-lane Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
"I have a feeling this is something we're going to have to agree to disagree on, but that's really not the impression I've gotten from the industry. "

Well if you mean you are making up nonsense & me & the objective, demonstrable facts are over here disagreeing with you, then yes.

"Like when DC was apparently running surveys at comic book stores and we're basically ignoring anyone who was not a teenage boy so they could then say 'see, look at these statistics!"

LOL no. The in-store results showed the exact opposite, which is of course why comics pretty much abandoned news stands & why they are now doing everything in their power to appeal to young readers, to the point of losing money with loss leader books. You don't create loss leading properties to attract your main demographic mate, as they are your main demographic & don't need you to create loss leaders. You create loss leaders to build new demographic audiences.

So lets be honest, what really happened was you said something that was demonstrably wrong, you went and looked up some facts you thought you could drop in to the conversation that would school me, only to find out I was right, at which point you tried to pre-empt the use of those facts by trying to pre-emptively poison the well by declaring the data you found to be wrong in a completely unfallsifiable way.

When you say something & you discover you are wrong when someone points it out to you, don't double down mate, the intellectually honest thing is to admit that you were wrong.

So to reiterate: The main demographic for superhero comics hasn't been adolescent boys since the 90's.
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TheBlack-Kat Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2017  Student Filmographer

Ahahahahahaha!!!!!!!!!!  I’ll tell you secret, I DID NO RESEARCH AFTER I READ YOUR POST!!!!  =D  The information I have regarding the survey is what I had been previously informed of.  Obviously it contradicts the information you’ve been privy too and I have no idea who is right.  Maybe you are and the info I have is hyperbole spread from disgruntled fans as to the content of the following story arcs (the White Rabbit appearing around this time, same as the terrible rendition of Starfire in the first few Red Hood issues to name a few).  Mabey what I’ve heard is correct and what you’ve heard is a story put out to save face. 

I don’t know.  I don’t know you or what you do, maybe you’re in the industry and know more about it than me.  Maybe you’re an uber fan and know better ways of gaining information about the subject.  The point is, I didn’t make it up.  I was just repeating what I had previously been informed on with the subject.  I don’t know where you got your information on and it is entirely possible that I could find conflicting facts about the subject and the only people who know for sure are the people involved.  If it’s false, I’m sorry.  You are correct in that I SHOULD have checked my facts before posting anything.  It’s a good thing to do, saves one from looking like an idiot.  Although in my case I actually AM one, so… eh… (still haven’t bothered to check.  I might at some point.  Maybe.  Perhaps.  It’s possible.)  You are also correct in that it was a very arbitrary response to your previous comment, so thanks for calling me out on it.

About demographics in super hero comics, though, I find the subject matter clearly aimed at teenagers.  I don’t view this as an insult if that’s what is troubling you.  Just because something is aimed at a younger demographic doesn’t mean that it’s not enjoyable or handled with maturity with mature themes.  I will argue that one of the best tv series produced is Avatar, The Last Airbender.  This is an animated series clearly aimed at nine year olds, yet it treats it target demographic maturely and contains great character development and a well thought out story.  It’s a simplistic ‘good vs evil story’ with sub themes regarding redemption and forgiveness, but it’s done very well and just because it’s aimed at children doesn’t mean that an adult can’t appreciate or even analyse it.

Same is true for your average super hero comic.  At heart, they are your stock standard ‘good vs evil’ escapist fantasy.  This doesn’t mean that they can’t be done well or maturely and even tackle more complex themes, but it doesn’t stop them from, ultimately, being aimed at minors or from someone outside of the target demographic from appreciating them. 

One of my favourites actually stars The Penguin, ‘Pain and Prejudice’, where the writer and artists manage to make you feel both repulsed and yet sympathetic to the titular character as you witness him care for his ailing Mum and potential love interest while at the same time witnessing the brutal retribution he exhibits upon anyone who displeases him.  It’s great story telling and ends with him deciding to amass an army of penguins with bombs attached to them to terrorize Gotham.  Where I am reminded that this is aimed at teens and I laugh.

And this is where we are probably going to have to ‘agree to disagree’ because super heroes, no matter the subject matter, always have an air of silliness to them, at least for me.  There is always this air of simplicity to the characters and plot ‘G vs E’ with sub plots involving tolerance, family, humanity, angst, all themes important to young teens.  And this is fine, I read comics the same way I watch Doctor Who (which is aimed at an even younger demographic of about eight to ten.)

It doesn’t help when writers/artists tend towards immaturity as well.  Recalling Avatar, there is a sequel series called the Legend of Korra, which was aimed at a more mature audience.  While it does tackle with more mature themes such as PTSD, it ultimately lacks the depth of character of its predecessor and has a penitent for fart jokes making it feel more immature despite the heavier subject matter.  The White Rabbit is, essentially, a super hero version of a fart joke.  She’s immature and just thrown in there with little thought purely to titillate horny young teens to try to bolster what is a pretty terrible excuse for a story.  Again, things like this remind me who the target demographic is and I find myself rolling my eyes or laughing (although, seriously, terrible story!)

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HeraldOfOpera Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2017
The Mad Hatter and the Tweedles aren't associated with each other, so there's no need for her to be affiliated with either. The White Rabbit was long overdue, and as far as the literally insane supervillains that populate Gotham go, what else would they make a character with that name, if not a woman in a Playboy Bunny outfit?
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leontinker Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2017
This is marvel version static.comicvine.com/uploads/o…
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MartyKenny Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
I agree with this sentiment completely.  Then again, if I were a woman I'd without a doubt want to dress in superhero/villain attire like that. 
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ConstableMerle Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2017
In response to "Does the action figure come with a ballgag? XD, handcuffs sold separately": Don't let feminism tie fetishism all up in knots. Be free to engage in bondage! (Um, uh, hmmm, so, be restrained about restraints? This needs to be thought through...)
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Sekele Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2017
Quick reminder, this is a superhero 
static.comicvine.com/uploads/s…
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:iconcinalilli:
cinalilli Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
He's also called "Hentai Kamen" soo
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:iconsekele:
Sekele Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2017
yet, surprisingly, it isn't a hentai 
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:iconcinalilli:
cinalilli Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
you're right, that's so weiiiiiird
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:iconheraldofopera:
HeraldOfOpera Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2017
This just in: Japan is completely batshit insane. Also, water is wet.
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autumnafterfall Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This is really funny to me. XD
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:iconredwes:
RedWes Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2017
As they said in the Lego Batman movie.

Pilot: Ok are you making some of those up?
Joker: Nope they'r all real! Probably worth a google.
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RHJunior Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2017  Professional Artist
Marvel Comics has a White Rabbit too.... Also a scantily clad bimbette. But she's an arch villain of the Fabulous Frogman so she's basically parody ...Especially considering her origin story: she was a bored gold-digger who killed her husband (no, she didn't murder him, though that's what she tries to insinuate. um, he was 90 year old billionaire, she was a twentysomething sexpot, do the math) and she used his billions to become a (lousy) supervillainess to alleviate her boredom.
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Zetaman217 Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2017
Nice to hear DC comics isn't letting itself get bullied by sjws, probably why they'll survive while Marvel self destructs attacking and flaming their own customer base.
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gintarelaunius Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2017
LOL - LMAO
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Nasimur1 Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2017
can i smash
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:iconchickfighter:
Chickfighter Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2017
Oh come on, people! Best thing to happen to Batman comics since Morrison. At least there's one marginally sexy character left in superhero comics. Stop complaining or it will go away too.
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neogoki Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2017
a Gotham Girl, not that strange for the most batty city.
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LI-ZAR-D Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2017  Student General Artist
You could perfectly work for Marvel or DC.
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InvertTheFourth Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2017
He's doing the art for Aquaman right now, actually.
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LI-ZAR-D Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2017  Student General Artist
  Oh sorry, i did not know
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