Female comic characters

Explore the world of female comic characters who are strong, dynamic, and inspiring. Discover the top comic book heroines who break stereotypes and redefine what it means to be a superhero.
We Had Women Photoshopped Into Stereotypical Comic Book Poses And It Got Weird Marvel, Marvel Comics, Psylocke, Marvel Dc, X Men, Marvel Characters, Marvel Art, Comics Story, Comic Book Characters

Changes made to Nina's photo: Lengthened and slimmed thighs, lengthened back, slimmed back, exaggerated butt, enlarged butt crack. Nina's reaction to the photoshopped photo: BEHOLD MY HEART BUTT. It's like my ass is saying "I love you" to the world. Also my thighs are about a foot longer. I guess this is how I'd look if I were 6'3". The top half of the photo just isn't me at all. They might as well have just put my face on a cartoon body, because that's what it is. I don't look human.

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Ischtwan Takatsch
How to Draw Female Comic Book Characters According to Wizard (Every Wizard female looks like Witchblade to me, occasionally with a different shade of hair color, but there isn't a lot of variety) Drawing People, Figure Drawing, Figure Drawing Reference, Drawing Female Body, Art Reference Poses, Anatomy Drawing, Anatomy Sketches, Anatomy Female, Body Drawing

brown_betty asked for examples "to illustrate the exactly how and why female comic characters are illustrated differently than the male." And I thought, really, what's better to illustrate these things than the books teaching the style in the first place? A while ago I posted some scans from Wizard…

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Christina Voilà