DC Comics reduced the size of Power Girl’s breasts on the cover of Justice League of America #10 in the time between the solicitation and the release of the actual comic book. (Loren of Suspension of Disbelief scanned the actual cover and overlayed it on the solicited cover to illustrate the difference.) They did this in the wake of an online controversy that described Michael Turner’s depiction of Power Girl as a vacant, lifeless and exploitative but as the change did not actually fix any of those complaints it was reasonable to believe it had nothing to do with the internet complaints.
This week, Devon of Seven Hells puts the solicited and released Justice Society of America #7 covers side by side to illustrate a difference. This was found in the wake of an online controversy that described Alex Ross’s depiction of Citizen Steel’s bulge as “creepy.”