Ramy gets the most attention because he's the most prolific rule bender (or breaker) and trash design producer. There are a lot of juicers in baseball, but we focus criticism on Barry Bonds and Mark McGwire because they're the most prominent.
In spite of what the artist claims, the crux of the joke is NOT that the cookies have returned from the dead (thus being zombies and on-theme). The crux of the joke is that the cookies are attacking their natural predator. Not to mention that the cookies don't appear to be zombies at all, save for the empty soulless eyes that ALL of Ramy's anthros have. Cookies crumble when they're "alive." Maybe it's just that he picked a poor confection to make the joke with, because I think it's extremely difficult to make a cookie appear zombie like. This is probably another reason people aren't leveling the same criticism against "The Last Cupcake," because that shirt does a good job of showing that the cupcakes are undead, as it were.
DoublEE wrote:Standards...personal agendas...blind hate...whatever.
You can't call it "blind hate" when people offer legitimate criticism, even if you disagree with it. And what "personal agenda" would any of his critics possibly have? Do you think he bullied us in grade school and we've been out to get him ever since?
DoublEE wrote:This could be the single most unfounded and paranoid post I've ever seen. Congratulations.
I hate getting into this topic of the Ramy debate, but if you knew anything about Ramy's history on other sites and artistic events, you would know that this isn't as paranoid and unfounded as it sounds. I'm not sayin' he does it here, I'm just sayin' it wouldn't be a shock if he did.