Khandie Khisses is a British burlesque dancer, ex-Royal Air Forces, whe was picked by Alan Moore to perform at his fiftieth birthday celebrations, then she cover-featured in Dodgem Logic and recently was one of the cast members of his film Jimmy's End.
She's manned stalls at Kapow! (where she quite delighted DC's Bob Wayne), she reviewed Batman Live! for Bleeding Cool, she's become a regular at London comic industry pub meet ups. Whether in her gorilla suit, her sailor gear or RAF tassells, she paints a rather striking image.
And now we want you to come up with some new designs. You should find plenty to inspire you at KhandieKhisses.com. Odds are, if there's anything she likes, she may well have a go. Post them in the thread below or email to email@example.com.
I did and liked both (and Tom Strong and lots of other books with blonde Nazi-Uberwoman), but neither is Garth Ennis the master of good taste (quite the contrary indeed), nor are Nazis a topic to be used so frivolously.
Those times are too serious a stain on history to be lusting after SS-Women and the like.
You can always use a fantasy uniform with practically the same effect and without the taint,