Oh gawd. Yeah. Tenshi's got it.
But I'm just going to jump on this before the argument starts again.
At first it's a clear show of bait-and-switch. Obviously, when a big fat guy asks a little girl to come home with him, that's a no. But because they kept showcasing so much that his intentions were bad, using double meanings for EVERYTHING that was said, it seemed apparent that the opposite. (That his intentions were good)
This was argued very much on the last page. And this page mirrors the argument. Which seems to make it out that the message is, 'decide for yourself'
Personally I find it obvious that Boobear was good. (The 'Special Lollipop' that first sounded so lewd he mentioned being what Ginger used to stab him.)
That and the fact that- Lico being the 'evil one' really points to her opinion being the wrong one. Again, PERSONALLY, I think Boobear was good. But I think the point that this page tries to make, (if it isn't just for pure mocking purposes) is that it's up to the viewer. But since Lico is the 'evil one,' it's safe to say that again, her intentions are bad and what she did was wrong. Hence, Boobear's just a teddy bear.
Although, back to the page itself. I wonder if it might be coincidence. Or if it was predicted we'd discuss it. Just wondering. Because Bleedman doesn't seem the type to comply if NEK just rushed over to him and said 'Dood everyones gone crazy on the fourms, let's make an extra page making fun of em.'
Another note on NEK: Yeah. Enthusiasm is fine. But he overhypes everything and then the actual product is kindof..... Meh. Like he just EXPECTS everyone to love what's about to be coming.