That it does... although i've always been sort of curious as to how the white streak shows up when he dyes his hair. I get why, or at least I can guess why (as a reminder of the Lazarus pit, and also because it looks badass and kinda like Sweeney Todd, which is a naming coincidence I shouldn't talk about because it makes me sound like a conspiracy nut), but the technical aspect of it confuses me.
I just kinda needed a reason in general since I dropped two of the DC series I collected.
Rob Liefeld got into Grifter, turning it two a comic with teeth gritting commandoes instead of a sort of survival horror story, and I dropped Superboy when I realized that it wasn't going to stopped once he joined the Titans. And I didn't feel like collecting a lengthy series.
So yeah, don't get me wrong, I'm just making certain that DC isn't just throwing out titles for people to buy. I'm still loving RHATO.
I can curve my spine like that, so I know it's not backbreaking or unnatural. It's just that sometimes it feels like it's placed in odd places. The cover where Kory is fighting Suzie, or the Untitled cop when Jason has her against the wall. It's natural but looks strange because of the setting.
I think the issue is that to make an interesting picture since everything is flattened and made static in 2D, the poses need to be dynamic, exaggerated and have lots of movement. Kori could probably just be hanging there, but would it be half as interesting to look at?
It's a pretty heated topic to be sure, thanks for explaining your opinion!