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eschergirls:

eschergirls:

IdnasTalks submitted:





the guy B&B
love your blog! found this online thought youd like!
looks to me like a B&B guy addition! …he also looks like hes ganna fall over if he takes another step XD



Thanks for the submission!
Just to clarify: boobs and butt has to be showing both breasts and both butt cheeks.  So, that’s not a boobs and butt pose.
What I DO find interesting about this though is that Gambit is turning his head to look at us.
I find this interesting, because usually when I see female characters turning around to look/talk to somebody, her head doesn’t turn, her torso does.





Such as those.  I’ve always wondered why women can’t just turn their heads to look back at people without turning their chests too in comics (well that’s rhetorical, I have a good idea why), but apparently men can.  Or at least Gambit.  Maybe he just has a stiff spine because he’s not a woman and doesn’t have bendy bones.



In the previous Jennifer Blood post, seancurry1 said:

Someone should do a sketch about how women in comic book worlds are turning around and looking over their shoulders, like, 90% of the time.

And that reminded me of this old EG post, where I noted how so many women in comic books don’t seem to turn their heads when looking behind them/talking to somebody behind them, but instead their whole torso swivels.

eschergirls:

eschergirls:

the guy B&B

love your blog! found this online thought youd like!

looks to me like a B&B guy addition! …he also looks like hes ganna fall over if he takes another step XD

Thanks for the submission!

Just to clarify: boobs and butt has to be showing both breasts and both butt cheeks.  So, that’s not a boobs and butt pose.

What I DO find interesting about this though is that Gambit is turning his head to look at us.

I find this interesting, because usually when I see female characters turning around to look/talk to somebody, her head doesn’t turn, her torso does.

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Such as those.  I’ve always wondered why women can’t just turn their heads to look back at people without turning their chests too in comics (well that’s rhetorical, I have a good idea why), but apparently men can.  Or at least Gambit.  Maybe he just has a stiff spine because he’s not a woman and doesn’t have bendy bones.

In the previous Jennifer Blood post, seancurry1 said:

Someone should do a sketch about how women in comic book worlds are turning around and looking over their shoulders, like, 90% of the time.

And that reminded me of this old EG post, where I noted how so many women in comic books don’t seem to turn their heads when looking behind them/talking to somebody behind them, but instead their whole torso swivels.