Our fierce moral guardian media take up arms over a 23-year-old comic book - with NUDITY! And VIOLENCE!!! - which inadvertently got left in a 10-year-old's Easter basket (and how delicious is that...) Okay, this is Utah. There are many things that go on in Utah which kind of boggle the rest of the country that state is supposedly a part of. But good God, people - this is twenty three years out of date so any "violence" in there is probably pretty vanilla compared to some of the stuff out there right now - and what shall we say about the eternal anvils and cannon balls and lawnmowers annihilating cartoon characters for generations?! And all kudos to Utah and its fervent efforts to preserve the purity of its populace, but making THIS much out of it, creating a huuuuuuge "THIS IS FORBIDDEN!!!" sign and slapping it on to this incident - and then BRINGING IN THE FRIGGING 6O'CLOCK NEWS ON TV - can we say overkill? Can we postulate that this entire thing could have been dealt with pretty easily, within the context of the family, without the attention-grabbing antics?
What is that ten-year-old going to grow up thinking?