She's most likely distrustful of anyone in Hell since they ended up there.I think what helps is that Vaggie so far has been portrayed like a put-upon straight man more than anything. When I think of truly awful SJW characters, I think of shit like America Chavez breaking up with her long time girlfriend because said girlfriend didn’t want to uproot her life and move across the country to live in Chavez’s college dorm... and Chavez can teleport literally anywhere so the long distance thing wouldn’t even be an issue, or Squirrel Girl lecturing Spider Man about treating a wife beating psychopath who hunted people for sport like a bad guy because she’s considers the dude a friend, or the shoplifting and New Guy comics from local lolcow Jess and her subsequent shitfit when people thought she was the asshole in them.
Plus, considering the only primary sin that makes sense for Vaggie is Wrath given what we’ve seen, it would be kinda weird if part of character arc wasn’t tied to learning to take a chill pill once in a while.
I can see the logic, but I’m not sure I buy it. So far the men she’s been the most hostile towards have been Angel and Alastor, the guy who fucks up their plans and a guy who’s known to be dangerous. She also shows the same amount of distrust and dislike towards Nifty when she appears, so it’s not limited to just men.
The X’s across the tits might represent a desire not to be touched, but that doesn’t really prove prostitution since it could just as easily refer to feminist circles who also sport that imagery or the music/concert scenes where that look is popular. She’s also not the only character who has them, so I’m more inclined to believe that the X’s represent one or more traits all of them share - so far the theories I’ve been leaning towards are that Xs are for Wrath or where people were hit with kill shots.
I’m wondering if it has to do with thematic/plot reasons or because an episode with Millie and Moxxie is too good to pass up.Aww man cherub episode got moved back?
I’m wondering if it has to do with thematic/plot reasons or because an episode with Millie and Moxxie is too good to pass up.
Given how M+M is really popular with the fanbase, this really isn’t a bad thing, even if we have to wait for the cherubs a bit.
I think it’s more likely that they’re releasing these episodes in the order that they finish them, even if they’re likely working on multiple episodes at the same time.I’m wondering if it has to do with thematic/plot reasons or because an episode with Millie and Moxxie is too good to pass up.