These characters are the most attractive comic book women of all time ranked by dedicated comic fans from all over the world. Whether it's their mighty superpowers, their scintillating costumes, or their spot on one-liners, these characters make all the comics they appear in some of the hottest comics on the shelf, it's amazing the pages don't burn up. Now that's a superpower! Psylocke Psylocke is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics, commonly in association with the X-Men. Created by writer Chris Claremont and artist Herb Trimpe Black Cat The Black Cat is a fictional supervillainess and sometimes superheroine that appears in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Created by writer Marv Wolfman and artist Keith Pollard, The character made her first Created by the writer-artist team of Robert Kanigher and Carmine Infantino, the character
I blame everything on one girl I met in San Diego. In the very hot San Diego summer of , a daughter of a family friend and her little brother brought over all kinds of loot they had acquired at the San Diego Comic-Con renamed a year later, Comic-Con International. What immediately caught my eye was a very large and detailed poster featuring Wonder Woman. So I begged my dad to take me and he said that it was okay. I went, I saw, I looted. The sheer amount of free stuff was too good to be true. Most importantly, I found my Wonder Woman poster. The beautiful Amazon, Diana Prince, displayed in her rightful glory, as a powerful, cunning and fierce warrior was before my eyes and in my hot little hands.
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There is a joke that goes that comic fanboys only get to see a half-naked girl when they are reading comic books. Female comic book characters seem to always have a big chest, a booty only Sir Mix-A-Lot would love and a waist the size of a twist tie. One could argue that all the women in the comic book universe might be a little too sexy for comics but these ladies top the list. Just look at her for starters. She debuted in , nice coincidence and needs blood to survive. She has super strength and can transform into a bat. She came from the planet Drakulon, where people live on blood that flows in rivers. Her race is called Vampiri and they are able to change into bats, sprout wings and drink blood. Her planet was drying up of blood and she fled to Earth. She actually helps mankind to defeat the evil in the world.