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Psylocke in the sadly-all-too-common spine-breaking breasts and butt pose. Have these artists ever seen a real woman? xD
Chiropractors must do good business with female superheroes.
One of her breasts is lower than the other. But worse than that… look at her right hip, where is it bending at? Hips are ball and socket joints people!
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
I think Psylocke’s entire body is made up of plasticine there.
Those Sentinels are effective! O_O They amputated Psylocke’s right leg!
Are those flesh coloured bicycle shorts? What’s that indentation in her thigh? Why are her hips triangular? WHAT IS GOING ON!?
This seems like an odd way to attack somebody. Was she traced out of porn?
Maybe you need 3-D glasses on to appreciate this.
This is like one big montage of how artists just can’t draw Psylocke without forgetting how human anatomy works.