*Flies to Neverland*
Because, as we all know, when women pass puberty all of their organs are removed and they are immediately shrink wrapped.
My first reaction was “ok, but it’s real vs illustrated”, but then I took a second look at the image, and yeah, it’s really interesting how the men hardly change at all in comic form. There’s obvious intent to keep the adult male versions reflective of the real life ones. They don’t get anything exaggerated, while the women get the usual comic book cinched in waist, large rounded breasts, etc additions, plus they’re thinner, even the ones that are the adult versions of the kids (look at Catwoman’s arms o_o) And their bodies, of course, end up looking identical.
(On a side note, it’s also annoying that neither Penguin is fat. Like, they already made Amanda Waller thin in the nu52, and now Penguin here too? :\ )
(Promotional images for upcoming DC comics TV show, Gotham)
I found this picture on a lunchbox at a convention I went to this weekend. I couldn’t wrap my head around the pose so I tried to draw it from the side. I regret that decision wholeheartedly.
This picture has been on Escher Girls before, and it’s just bizarre now as before. The side view make it look even weirder.
Maybe it implies the lunch that’s found inside will be lopsided.
(Original image from Intron Depot 1, Masamune Shirow)
Oh right, Escher Girls officially turns 3 years old today!
Happy Birthday to this site! :D
I should bake a twisted cake.