>>104731499>One person says something that I find offensive therefore it's as if the entire group (a) agrees with them, and (b) if they continue to disagree with me they have the same moral standing as any element that I personally consider to be bad.
So quick question; what exactly is wrong with the cover, it's a dead lady. If the complaint is that she's a dead lady then that's nonsense, even in real life women, and men, die.
If the complaint is her depiction then she's fully clothed (or as clothed as she normally is). She's arguably not any more sexually appealing in image than anything drawn when her character was alive, so I'm going to discount any "necrophilia" claim at that point any more than pictures of princess Dianna naked in the back of her wrecked car encourage necrophilia. (They don't, and if you don't believe me go find them yourself).
If your complaint is that someone who is already into necrophilia might be attracted to the image, then this is true for any image of any dead person (male or female).
So beyond spewing unfounded ad hominems, what exactly do you take exception to?