It may not be as fun as a Green Lantern power ring, but it's certainly more practical.
Source: Bleeding Cool
June's variant cover gimmick theme at DC Comics is Bombshells, which means we'll be seeing DC's female superheroes grace the covers of these books in sexy, cheesecake poses. So... pretty much like every other month.
Bleeding Cool posted 15 of the variant covers today, all by artist Ant Lucia, and actually, the old school pinup style manages to make the shameless exploitation of women somehow classier. The anatomy is more realistic, for certain.
That's right, I am saying that a variant gimmick dedicated to sexualizing all of DC's female characters in pinup style is actually less explotive than DC's regular covers usually are. And in your heart, you know that I'm right.
Here they are. Try not to get too "excited."
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