Have you heard of the comic robyn Hood by zenescope?
I hadn’t, but I googled it and … Well, what can one expect from the makers of Grimm Fairy Tales and all the T&A that goes with it?
There’s nothing inherently wrong with the anatomy in this illustration, aside from being that idealized female figure with a small waist and big boobs. Her costume, however, there’s no way that stays on the way the drawing’s done. The lacing’s decorative in the front and not actual binding for the corset top, which means reaching for an arrow can result in a wardrobe malfunction. The straps at the waist are impractical and wouldn’t stay at this height because the front would bunch up. There’s a lot of back arching, though it’s not exaggerated, it’s a pose not of a character preparing to rain death from above, but of someone posturing for the camera, showing off her assets. This is an illustration that’s clearly not targeted towards a person like me.
Zenoscope has developed a reputation for T&A due to its Grimm Fairy Tales series. This illustration (as well as the other two I’ve seen in my short Google search) pretty much tell me to expect the same from this book. Which pretty much means I don’t have any reason to read it. **shrugs**