Indeed, indeed. But it's not hard to imagine how came, as the comic's audience, rest assured, was made up of boys on their teenager and puberty phases, simultaneously, hence the focus was more provided for Sally and Bunnie, robbing a lot from Rotor's and Antoine's, ever-diminishing, slim chances of getting any writing for their malnourished characters and such.>did this comic ever have fujo-bait?
It depends on how would we face the context here. As in, intentional? None that I know off. The comic provided only hetero fan-service, and just that.
Unintentional, otherwise? There's plenty of, rather. Geoffrey alone and his bad boy attitude, at least I would suppose, should be serviceable enough for fujos. Scourge, too. Elias is a great example you have given, of course. I'm sure there's more, however I'm a gay man, so I'm definitely far from being the fit specialist for enlightening you on that. If you ask me for bara-bait, then I would feel comfortable to answer with confidence.
Speaking about Elias, I love him to no end. He's just so enticing and cool-looking. Definitely one of my few favorites from the comic.>>123842431
I have my own gripes with Ian's overall handling with Rotor, broadening from his (second) "permanent" backache until the Iron Suit's "renaissance", but was the reception really warming and embracing of Iron Rotor? That would warm my heart, if so. I ask, as I actually had never ever browsed the alleged (extinct) Ian's forums.
To clarify, obviously, it would be a huge stretch to denote Rotor had practically no fans ever backing up. He was the least popular, but still, it's a fact he had his own niche.