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Another Supergirl/Powergirl fight, another broken spine! This is even worse. xD It looks like her top and bottom came from 2 different pictures!
Psylocke in the sadly-all-too-common spine-breaking breasts and butt pose. Have these artists ever seen a real woman? xD
I think that KRAK was Catwoman’s spine.
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
Okay. Audience participation! Let’s do a little experiment. 1) Lie down on your side. 2) Bend your torso up 90 degrees. 3) Call the paramedics.
Okay, this is a twist on the ol’ butt and boobs pose. Not only is she showing both, she’s also in a two-legged crouch balancing purely on the balls of her feet!
It’s not just the usual pose, look at her ribs. They should keep going down her body, instead it appears she’s managed to swivel IN BETWEEN her rib cage!
Batman’s kiss is the only thing that can save Catwoman from the paralyzing curse of The SPINE-TWISTER!!!