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Oh good lord, look at Spider-Woman on the left O_O OUCH.
Chiropractors must do good business with female superheroes.
Poor Psylocke, she gets so abused by artists. Here, it looks like somebody took a chunk out of her back, plus there’s that butt/boobs pose again… and where’s her other arm? xD
At this point the usual butt and boobs pose is almost pedestrian. XD
There is only so much WTFery in a picture I can deal with. I’ll just point out the usual boobs and butt pose, the tiny black hole feet, and sack race man, and let the rest of the internet have at it.
Full of violence and Escher Girls, signifying nothing.
*gets back off the floor and onto the computer* Ow. Okay, that’s not a casual, comfortable position to relax in. Even if you’re Asian.
Somebody asked me how one would even start to get into that position. It’s actually not that complicated.
1. Break your spine.
2. Break it again.
(Panel from Uncanny X-Men #323, Marvel Comics)
She looks like a plant that’s growing around an invisible pole.
Awww… Sarah’s pelvis never seems to want to face us. It must be shy.