Thursday, February 5, 2009


Okay, mystery solved. Liberty Meadows is apparently a hot girl in her early 20s who looks exactly like Spider-Woman and Ms. Marvel-lightning-hooters and she lives in Beltsville because that town, when spelled out on a T-shirt, accentuates the shape and fullness and firmness and loud honking of her breastage. The little squiggly-creature looking at her is the artist's id, touching himself.


  1. ummm... apparently youve been reading comics for twenty seconds if you hadnt realized that A) Liberty Meadows was the (somewhat) popular daily comic strip drawn by Frank Cho before he started monthly marvel duties; B) Frank Cho is a horny little asian guy who draws ALL his ladies with breasts that would make a Sumerian fertility goddess jealous; and C) SEX SELLS LADY! jeez, what are you 12? look at the freakin target demographic of comics! If you cant deal with it, move on to whatever indie comic unattractive women who have comic blogs and cant get laid read...

  2. Not to mention the fact that the woman in question is named "Brandy". Liberty Meadows is the place where she works.

  3. Frank Cho was born and raised in Beltsville, Md. Hence the reference to his hometown. In the Liberty Meadows comic strip there was a character, Jen, I think, who wore a USDA T-Shirt. This referred to the Beltsville Agricultural Research Center (BARC). He likes to reference his hometown.