The website Sequential Tart used to run a regular column, Bizarre Breasts, looking at particular extremes of anatomy in comic books, especially those concerning the female mammary gland.
The last example they ran was back in 2012, but reading today’s Red Hood And The Outlaws, I couldn’t help but be drawn by Starfire’s examples, in one page, large, drawn down by gravity, straining against those straps of purple, like two large millstones around her neck.
But then, transforming into pert little hamsters sitting there, reduced in size, unaffected by gravity, and kept happily in place by those moulded strips.
I suppose she is an alien. Maybe they perform different functions on her body than on humans and this change is part of that. Somehow. Or not. But do let us know of any other similar examples you see out there – male or female.
Bizarre Breasts was a column that ran on Sequential Tart for years. It’s revived here as a one off, but maybe there’s a need for it again….
Comics courtesy of Orbital Comics, London. Currently exhibiting the work of Liz Prince, with an exhibition from her new book on Topshelf, Alone Forever, for which they are also selling an exclusive and limited bookplate edition.
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