I do love a woman in combat boots.
[ Description: A brown skinned woman with dread locked hair done up in pigtails. She’s wearing a sport bra bearing the Jamaican flag, gym shorts and ankle wraps. She has a tattoo on her near shoulder.]
[ Image: A soldier returning from deployment greets her child. ]
Welcome home, soldier.
[ Image: A b&w drawing of a woman sitting on a block of concrete, hair obscuring one of her eyes beneath her mid 20th Century era flying cap. She wears a leather jacket — decorated with badges, feathers, and a gas mask hanging from one shoulder — armoured pants, and gloves with a pair of blades attached to the back. A shot gun lies across her knees while lying at her feet is a large dog wearing a gas mask with a stick of dynamite hanging from its collar. ]
Basically, a gender-flipped version of the titular characters from the classic post-apoc film A Boy And His Dog.
[ Image: A black and white photo of a woman with half of her long black hair shaved off and a band-aid on her cheek. Wearing a sleeveless denim top, she smokes a cigar and rests a rifle on one shoulder.
[ Image: A b&w pencil sketch of a woman with long black hair caught back in a pony tail. Wearing sleek body armour, her arms are crossed over her chest, a pistol in each hand. What appears to be a combat blade of some variety is carried on her back. ]
Design sketch of Forever from LAZARUS, by Michael Lark.
[ Image: A black and white drawing showing two versions of a woman with pale skin, and messy pale hair in a pony tail. Both versions wear some sort of modern tactical armour and combat fatigues, and are armed with a handgun, grnades and a submachine gun. ]