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Comic Book Characters Go Naked For PETA

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PETA’s “I’d Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur” campaign is no longer just for strippers or celebrities. That’s right, comic book characters are now getting into the act — and teenage boys everywhere are more giddy as a result.

This latest creation is the work of Bluewater Comics — who apparently are huge fans of the animal rights organization. From the PETA blog:

Our friends at Bluewater have just created the latest ad in PETA’s “Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur” series, featuring four of their biggest stars—Emma Sonnet from 10th Muse, Diana Moore of JudoGirl, Scarlet of VSS: Nemesis Rising, and Isis from the Legend of Isis—posing au naturel to protest the cruel fur industry.

Some nicely placed accessories and hair in that one. <Grin.>

Anyways — PETA wants to know what comic book character you might want to see next posing au naturel. Personally, I’m all for Wonder Woman coming out against fur. Who would you choose?

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