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by Rebecca Martinson on June 9, 2014

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Since America likes to assume that Asia is all about giant-boobied anime ladies and tentacle porn, one artist named Eunsuk Yoo decided to take matters into his own hands and introduce something new into the canon: sexually aroused Spider-Men.

Er, maybe that wasn’t his intention. According to his Facebook page (translated via Uproxx)

I am the artist who made this piece. My reason for it was that I wanted apply the natural physical phenomenon to a superhero depict whats’s natural in the morning without lies and superficial-ness in a comical way.

Which would make sense, except the statue is of Spider-Man doing a backbend over a building while wearing his costume. Now I’ll be the first to admit that I’m only familiar with the movies, but I’m pretty sure we can all assume that upon waking up in the morning Spider-Man doesn’t immediately throw on his suit and start doing acrobatics off the edges of buildings while he has a raging boner. Even if he slept up there, Peter Parker’s a smart guy. He’d probably stroke it out until his arachnads weren’t trying to burst out of the suit.

Surprisingly, the sculpture was up there for about a year before anyone gave a shit despite being located above a children’s playground. Seriously guys? Does no one ever look “up” anymore? But of course the minute some kid goes “Mommy what’s in Spider-Man’s pants” everyone flips out over a casual case of morning wood that Parker can’t even help.

After the piece was removed, Eunsuk Yoo stated

“It’s disappointing, but I’ll reach out to the public with a better work next time.”

In other words, be on the lookout for a statue of Wonder Woman chillin’ on a park bench while fisting her butthole sometime in the near future.

[H/T Uproxx]

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Rebecca Martinson is a recent graduate from the University of Maryland who is notoriously known throughout the Internet for being really, really adequate at writing emails. She joined BroBible right after graduating in the Spring of 2014 and doesn't hate it...yet.