I think Vampirella is still recovering from her fight with a giant crab.
I was using this picture as an example of the straight male gaze influencing panel construction and how we are forced to view a character in a scene for a post on Escher Girls, and I finally realized what was going on here.
I’ve never really looked at it carefully, I just always thought she was changing or just posing or something. I only now realized she’s supposed to be changing her clothes and destroying the house. But, because it’s just like butt shot, butt shot, butt shot, butt shot, I never picked up on what was going on because the panel focus is so much on her butt and her body that it’s hard to know what exactly is going on, especially since she’s barely moving, it’s just static butt shots (and the same one copy pasted 3 times at the end). The main focus was to give us butt shots & a full body shot featuring her boobs and crotch.
Not just can it be distracting to constantly have to see things through this sort of straight male gaze, but sometimes it can really detract from your immersion and understanding of a scene if you feel like the “camera” is just so focused on looking at women’s butts and breasts that the other, often important, storytelling elements are being ignored.
there was meant to be PLOT to this page?