This is every bit the perfect answer to Frazetta's picture. The inversion is very clever, and the fact that the character is a woman is great. I also love that, despite her femininity, her weapon is a spear: the most phallic thing there is. The thing that's most impressive, though, is her presence and its polar opposition to Frazetta's character. The horse is breathing hard but its muscles are relaxed, and it looks full of vitality. The woman isn't shrouded, nor is she sitting back in her saddle; she's awake and her eyes look quick. She, like the horse, is healthy and vigorous. This is a smart, evocative partner to Frazetta's picture, and, I'm comfortable saying, every bit its equal.