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I think Wonder Woman’s head popped off because of how tight that top must be to stay there (that or lots and lots of superglue).
Look at Wonder Woman’s right leg and Artemis’ left leg. Holy crap!
Wonder Woman’s leg looks like a tree trunk growing out of her side. And then the artist loses track of it when it goes behind Artemis’ leg. XD
If a giant tentacle monster broke my back, I’d be pissed too.
Maybe she flies like a helicopter and her torso just spins around and around.
Next time you make a daughter out of clay, Hippolyta, get the leg lengths the same.
It looks like somebody teleported the bones out of her body and she’s collapsing in on herself.
Artemis’ spine is twisted, Wonder Woman’s legs are ridiculously messed up, and yet the thing that bugged me first is how Artemis was planning to slash at Wonder Woman when her arms are already at full extension.
She’ll fly fine once she finishes the saucer separation sequence.