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Defiant Matt Riddle to WWE Hall-of-Famer: Im Not Gonna Wear Shoes

Defiant Matt Riddle to WWE Hall-of-Famer: I'm Not Gonna Wear Shoes

Wearing shoes offers protection and support to the feet It also helps prevent the spread of athlete's foot And it prevents perverts from getting off on your feet The Chadster wears shoes regularly I wear them in the shower I wear them while having sex with my wife, Keighleyanne She complains about it, but hey,[...]

WWE Social Distancing The Attitude Era and Renee Youngs Feet

WWE Social Distancing, The Attitude Era, and Renee Young's Feet

Renee Young, in congratulating Triple H on his 25 years in WWE, also thanked him for earning her a spot on foot fetish website Wikifeet And yes, she posted the video in question.Congrats on 25 years @TripleH !! One of the absolute best to lace up a pair of boots!! And thanks for landing me[...]

Rob Liefeld on Todd McFarlane: And People Give Me Hell For My Feet

Rob Liefeld on Todd McFarlane: "And People Give Me Hell For My Feet"

Superstar artist Rob Liefeld has taken to Twitter to call notice to feet as drawn by fellow superstar artist and fellow Image founder Todd McFarlane after someone posted an old McFarlane Spider-Man drawing where Spider-Man has unnecessarily pointy feet.https://twitter.com/robertliefeld/status/1172900244045983745This isn't the first time Liefeld has pointed out foot deficiencies in his peers while challenging the[...]

Mark Brooks Stands Up for Breasts and Feet on Uncanny X-Men #1 Variants

Mark Brooks Stands Up for Breasts and Feet on Uncanny X-Men #1 Variants

Superstar artist Mark Brooks has chosen a side in the ongoing schism over whether or not to draw feet on Uncanny X-Men covers, and Brooks indisputably stands on the side of feet But in a new twist, Brooks has decided to weigh in on another body part, vowing to donate 10% of the sales of[...]


Now Jim Cheung Draws a Nearly Footless Uncanny X-Men Variant

Now Jim Cheung Draws a Nearly Footless Uncanny X-Men Variant

Superstar artist Jim Cheung has weighed in on the debate raging across Uncanny X-Men covers and variants: to draw feet, or not to draw feet? Cheung had the opportunity draw two dozen feet in the prominently-featured characters, and another two dozen on the background characters, but there are only three feet prominently featured in his[...]

David Finch Stands With Feet on Uncanny X-Men #1 Variant

David Finch Stands With Feet on Uncanny X-Men #1 Variant

To feet, or not to feet? That is the question which has divided the cover artists for the upcoming Uncanny X-Men relaunch About half of the superstar artists providing covers and variants for the series draw their characters with feet, while the other half obscures said feet with creative posing, framing, or convenient Liefeld-esque smoke.But for[...]


Scott Williams Draws 2 of 18 Feet for Uncanny X-Men Variant

Scott Williams Draws 2 of 18 Feet for Uncanny X-Men Variant

Another superstar artist has weighed in on the great "feet or no feet" debate, a war for the soul of comics art being waged on the battlefield of variants for Uncanny X-Men In his newly announced variant cover, Scott Williams had the opportunity to draw 18 feet on 9 characters, but only ended up drawing[...]

Feet or No Feet Carlos Pacheco Weighs in on Uncanny X-Men Cover Debate

Feet or No Feet? Carlos Pacheco Weighs in on Uncanny X-Men Cover Debate

Superstar artist Carlos Pacheco has finally weighed in on the artistic debate sweeping comics with the upcoming relaunch of Uncanny X-Men: feet or no feet? In case you've been living under a rock, here's how the line has been drawn so far:David Marquez set the tone with the teaser art for the relaunch, in which[...]