I'm old enough to remember when comics that were demographically targeted at girls would have a 'fashions' page, essentially paper dolls. There'd be figures of the main characters in swimsuits or underwear and then outfits for them in the same poses with tabs around the edges. Readers were instructed to glue the page with the characters to cardboard, cut them out along with the outfits and then mix and match.When I saw the sketches above I wondered if anyone had ever offered paper dolls for invisible characters. You've subverted more than a few memes in your time, I half expected that might be what you were working towards here. You know, clothes to hang on the character but no actual character to hang them on.
That's not what I intended, but it's brilliant.
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