Now, Mockingbird is on a stakeout as the inside woman. She knows her buddies are watching and waiting for the right signal to begin kicking ass, and she will kick ass alongside them. So she puts on a cute pair of pants with just a enough stretch in them to allow for any necessary kicking in the head. Oh wait, no she doesn’t, she puts on a skintight overalls-themed dress for some godforsaken reason. Because normal people totally wear those right? And then holy crap there’s a fight, and she ninja splits kicks people in the head, wearing a skintight dress.
Which to Deodato’s credit, rides up like a skintight dress actually would. To Deodato’s whatever the hell the opposite of credit is in this case, he chose to illustrate that with a front view that includes carefully drawn in asscheeks and crotch. With juuuuust enough highlights in the dress thing to let you know that yes, it’s way over her crotch and whoever she’s kicking in the head knows her underwear preferences. I find this stunningly tasteless, like wow I can’t even articulate it. Who decides that’s a good way to draw that pose with that outfit? Argh. Deodato has issues with oversexualising women in general, putting them on inappropriate tippy-toes, or doing ridiculous things with their hips, and it’s made worse by the fact that everything else about it is really well done. In summary, Deodato should draw books with only men in them.