"Fabletown" claims to be a sort of Comic Book Renaissance movement turning away from Superheroes. This art could be Adam Hughes, I don't know. I realize that most Comic fans would find this pretty innocuous, and certainly not "Porn" in the familiar sense, but take a closer look.
First, you get every "flavor" of woman: blond, brunette (or brown), redheaded and black hair. All bases are covered there. And, not only are the women as slim and elongated as any fashion model, they also have massively pendulous breasts completely out of proportion to their body-types. For their breasts to be this freakishly large would require either implants or some incredible rare genetics.
They are also depicted in bed, and their expressions reflect joy, exuberance or pensiveness. You can fill in the rest yourselves without more ethics lectures from Hoffman, but my salient point is that this stuff is still more objectification and exploitation of women, and that fact that it's front-and-center as a promotional image doesn't say much good about the health of Comics generally or of this new- self-proclaimed "break" from the status quo, "Fabletown".
It's no break at all, kids--it's exactly more of the same.