Also I should point out that it IS possible to be an asexual and pursue romantic interests. We just prefer it if are romantic entanglements make less of a mess.
I really like Spiffy's description of WW.
A Jewish seamstress in a steampunked Victorian London hires a consulting detective to solve a magical murder mystery.
--The Curse of the Brimstone Contract by Corrina Lawson
Don't you people know the gay rule in comics? The longer a character is in constant use, the higher the amount of people that at some point describe them as homosexual :3
I spent some time myself criticizing his use of the word "pervy". But acknowledging that didn't help your desire to zing me.
That doesn't and shouldn't mean fetish outfits and being portrayed as a slut (I use that word intentionally, because I'm saying her sexuality should not be portrayed as a bad thing--its the very opposite). If that's all he means by marching out "pervy", then there's a problem here. Grant has gotten that part DEAD wrong before.
Let's just say it lead to Bendis regretting and apologizing to several people who where the target of his outburst, including a certain beloved crazy redhead hairdresser who is under the delusions that she writes comics for a living.