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This is painful to try to do. And apparently so painful that her breast has detached itself and is trying to run away.
I think the girl in black’s breasts are trying desperately to flee because they want to get away from the orgy of twisted spines and whatever the f- is going on with the fishnet girl’s left leg.
I don’t think vacuum sealed astronaut suits are a good idea. (I love how he can’t even NOT have the second skin clothing for space suits. xD )
According to her shoulder, this is the usual double boobs, double butt pose. Except…there’s only one boob. Two wrongs don’t make a right, artists!
A) Is that stump supposed to be the blonde girls peg leg?
B) Mystique must have just finished shifting back from some sort of hoofed animal.
C) Mystique’s breast appears to start FROM BEHIND her spine.
Her legs are not going the right direction for her hips and waist, and then her boobs inexplicably straighten out.
Her breasts appear to be bending towards us. Behold, the magnetic power of the male gaze!
I would feel bad that Emma seems to be breaking apart, but since Wolverine’s arm is about to explode, it’ll all be over soon anyway.
So she has one boob, and it’s a collarboob, and she has the godmother of all crotchlegs. Who the heck did Land photo-reference for this!?
Ms. Flexispine on the left’s breasts are weird. One is pointing sideways, and the other is much larger. No wonder they cut out boob holes in her armor, it’s easier than custom making her breastplate!