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This looks like a fan-service pandering fighting character.

The detailing on the legs and face are exceptional. I love the style of the dark energy and cape...the shoes look clownish, but that could be a fault of the source material. The tits look hilariously out of place.

It's just kinda goofy and ridiculous how they pop all out there. I mean, props on getting it to look like the clothes across her breasts were fucked up and damaged in some fight, but if they DID result into some cataclysmic battle, you'd think there would be bruising or something.

It's just like, "Hey guys" in mid-leap, "Check out my rack! Tits all up in this battle!...but I'm gonna be sullen serious about it you guys...don't..."

I get that its a part of the character's personality to be all slate-faced, and maybe even broody at times, but her complete LACK of emotion, mixed with this DYNAMIC, ACTION-COMIC pose just make the tits seem that much more comically misplaced.

...plus, wasn't she skinny and flat? Granted, there's creative license but...eh, I digress. The rant is all about the tits are so out-there on so many levels that I just think its kinda funny...and judging by the black environment, the pose, the action, and the facial expression, it doesn't seem apparent that it was SUPPOSED to be funny.

Hope that helps! Voted 5.

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4.29 / 5.00

Feb 11, 2013
1:38 PM EST
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