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Old Oct 15th 2016, 04:07 AM
Abishai100 Abishai100 is offline
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Default Silmon Sloan: Eco-Corporate Demonology

Here is a nice short-story fan-fic (comic book stylized) drawing on modern era environmentalism consciousness dialogue themes perhaps pioneered by The Monkey Wrench Gang (Edward Abbey).

How can we integrate politically-indulgent storytelling with eco-marketing?


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"Silmon Sloan is the prestigious avant-garde eco-politically invested art-house firm headed by former Wayne Enterprises genius employee Edward Nygma. Dr. Nygma oversees the proliferation of youth-generated comic book stylized 'stick-figure' drawings meant to encourage dialogue about pedestrianism consciousness and populism fervor. Silmon Sloan prodigies have given us evocative 'rugged abstract youthful' drawings such as 'Batman v Leatherface' and 'Squirrel-Girl Gender Apology'..."

As Bruce Wayne continued to read the Gotham Gazette article, he wondered what the proliferation of Leatherface drawings in 'art culture' circles would mean for the media attention drawn by the real Leatherface, a maniacal chainsaw-wielding cannibal (currently incarcerated at Arkham Asylum) who claimed he was the incarnation of the iconic horror film character from the American movie "Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre III" [1990].

Bruce (aka, Batman) scrolled over his notes about the psychoanalytical evaluation of Leatherface:

"Leatherface (real name Thomas Jane) believes his chainsaw is a prophetic tool. He seems angry it is considered only a devastating deforestation tool and wants to use it to kill people in the name of primalism consciousness.

1. Prerogative --- to create fear
2. Childhood --- severe abuse by father
3. Method --- hobbling victims

The 'hobbler' signature of Leatherface (Thomas Jane) is bent on presenting the Vitruvian symmetry human man as a mere puppet for disfigurement and contortion expressionism sculptures. A man's head is literally 'knocked off,' his knees 'twisted around,' his arms 'ripped down,' his face 'half-yanked apart.' The chainsaw can cut through the abdomen like butter and render a messy pile of unpitied flesh.

To understand how Silmon Sloan's unfiltered distribution of 'youth-generated comics stylized "Batman v Leatherface" art' is generating anxiety among Gothamites about 'gargoyles in our midst,' we must understand how Leatherface (Thomas Jane) himself is simultaneously gratified and tempted by the hyping of his image in the media.

What is certain is that Leatherface must be kept under tight security for treatment and safety, and if Gotham artists and 'social pundits' want to now borrow the horror-film image of 'Leatherface' for eco-political rationalism (e.g., "His chainsaw is the ultimate anti-establishmentarianism tool meant to provoke radical ideas about anti-industrialization"), we must be conscious of how Thomas Jane would react to 'high press.' Then, we can create a 'responsibility metrics' for Nygma's controversial art firm Silmon Sloan."

SHIVA: Art is a panacea.

PENNYWISE: Batman is fuming.

SHIVA: Well, that chainsaw is a deforestation 'weapon.'

PENNYWISE: It's also a brute's toy.

SHIVA: How will the political censors react?

PENNYWISE: May the gods be democratic!

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