While some critics may bemoan Timur Bekmambetov's movie adaptation of Wanted a beautifully-filmed piece of misogyny, they're apparently unaware that the movie's casual hatred and disdain for women is simply a more targeted version of the contempt that the original comic had for its own readers. Under the jump, two of the greatest, most over-the-top, pages of ending any comic has ever had. Potential spoilers, so be warned.
Charlie wasn't alone in noticing that Wanted was lazily misogynistic, forcing its hero Wesley to be "surrounded by dumb bitches... dragging him down. If only he could meet a woman with a killer bod and no personality whatsoever, apart from a vapid smirk"; Peter Bradshaw, of the British Guardian newspaper went much further in his scathing review: