Besides that the woman on the pole appears to be made of rubber being pulled apart by invisible forces, her placement in the page is really weird? She seems to have no point in the narrative at all, she's just there for the audience to look at while t
I assume this is a blow-up decoy of Spider-Gwen she uses to distract enemies, which explains the vacuum-sealed boobsocks, shrinking torso and doll-like face.
(Cover of Spider-Man vol. 4 #1, Marvel Comics, submitted by anonymous )
My friend saw this ad for a game and given the L shape her body is in, I can only assume this is some sort of naked gun Tetris? A wide open genre if ever there was one.
(Ad for Oppai Odyssey, OppaiOdyssey)
Between Cyblade's breasts trying to slide off the sides of her body and Shi being twisted into a corkscrew, I'm not sure who has it worse. D:
(Panel from Shi/Cyblade: The Battle for Independents, Crusade Comics, submitted by anonymous)
More from Dolphin Wave. Poor Hayate, that centaur boobs and butt pose she's doing looks so painful. D: Ellen's pose is only slightly better, she looks like a Tetris block. Maybe their poses are supposed to represent the dolphins... or the waves?
Cleverly, Wynonna figured out if you're mostly boobs and butt you don't have many organs for the zombies to eat.
(Cover of Wynonna Earp #2, IDW Comics, submitted by anon)
You know this book is x-treme because Polaris' body is being subjected to intense gravitational forces that are warping space and time. That's how x-treme it is.
(Cover of X-Treme X-Men vol. 3 #2, Marvel Comics)