History Comicbook / SquirrelGirl

28th Apr '16 8:05:26 PM Ambaryerno
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* SpeaksFluentAnimal: Talks To Squirrels

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* SpeaksFluentAnimal: Talks To SquirrelsSquirrels. In fact, it comes as a surprise to her in ''All-New Wolverine'' that other AnimalThemedSuperbeings can't do the same with ''their'' namesakes.
28th Apr '16 9:59:43 AM BigBertha
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Doreen is not to be confused with fellow squirrel girls [[Webcomic/ElGoonishShive Grace "Shade Tail" Sciuridae]], [[VideoGame/BlazBlue Makoto Nanaya]], or [[Literature/WhateleyUniverse Aquerna]] [[note]]Marvel Comics exists in the Literature/WhateleyUniverse more or less the same as it does in real life, so Aquerna regularly gets teased about the similarities between her and Doreen, as well as the massive difference in efficacy[[/note]].

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Doreen is not to be confused with fellow squirrel girls [[Webcomic/ElGoonishShive Grace "Shade Tail" Sciuridae]], [[VideoGame/BlazBlue Makoto Nanaya]], or [[Literature/WhateleyUniverse Aquerna]] [[note]]Marvel Comics exists in the Literature/WhateleyUniverse more or less the same as it does in real life, so Aquerna regularly gets teased about the similarities between her and Doreen, as well as the massive difference in efficacy[[/note]].
efficacy[[/note]]; or even the cartoon ''WesternAnimation/SquirrelBoy'' for that matter.
12th Mar '16 7:11:46 AM Unityd3v
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Doreen Green is the mutant[[note]]Originally. It's been retconned since to be ambiguous because of the copyright issues with X-Men and FOX.[[/note]] known as Squirrel Girl -- or, depending on who you ask, either ''The Anti-Life'' or ''The Slayer Of All That Breathes''. Believe it or not, she is Creator/MarvelComics' most powerful hero.

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Doreen Green is the mutant[[note]]Originally.[[note]]medically '''and legally''' distinct from being a[[/note]]mutant[[note]]Originally. It's been retconned since to be ambiguous because of the copyright issues with X-Men and FOX.[[/note]] known as Squirrel Girl -- or, depending on who you ask, either ''The Anti-Life'' or ''The Slayer Of All That Breathes''. Believe it or not, she is Creator/MarvelComics' most powerful hero.
9th Mar '16 10:31:34 PM Unityd3v
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* WolverinePublicity: It shows just how much a MemeticBadass she's become that she's slated to make a guest appearance in a Wolverine book.
29th Feb '16 2:11:30 PM Prfnoff
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* EverythingsNuttierWithSquirrels: Squirrel Girl is even nuttier than [[{{Deadpool}} the evil, evil man]].
14th Feb '16 5:22:24 PM Luigifan
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Squirrel Girl first appeared in a one-shot story in 1992 in AnthologyComic ''Marvel Super-Heroes Special'' #8 (Winter, 1991); after [[InfoDump explaining her powers]] to IronMan, she showed her invincibility by defeating both IronMan ''and'' Doctor Doom. The story was written by Will Murray and drawn by Marvel Comics legend Creator/{{Steve|Ditko}} [[ArmedWithCanon freakin']] [[Creator/SteveDitko Ditko]]. Since the art and plot had a [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]] touch that didn't take itself seriously, and it was published in UsefulNotes/{{the Dark Age|of Comic Books}} that marked TheNineties, the story was notable for how out of place it felt.

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Squirrel Girl first appeared in a one-shot story in 1992 in AnthologyComic ''Marvel Super-Heroes Special'' #8 (Winter, 1991); after [[InfoDump explaining her powers]] to IronMan, she showed her invincibility by defeating both IronMan ''and'' Doctor Doom.SelfDemonstrating/DoctorDoom. The story was written by Will Murray and drawn by Marvel Comics legend Creator/{{Steve|Ditko}} [[ArmedWithCanon freakin']] [[Creator/SteveDitko Ditko]]. Since the art and plot had a [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]] touch that didn't take itself seriously, and it was published in UsefulNotes/{{the Dark Age|of Comic Books}} that marked TheNineties, the story was notable for how out of place it felt.
24th Jan '16 10:59:47 PM LBHills
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* OddFriendship: 'Odd' doesn't even begin to describe it:
--> '''Galactus:''' [[AC: I like you, Squirrel Girl. You don't fear me. In all my travels, you are the first to approach me... as a peer.]]
--> '''Squirrel Girl:''' I like you too, Galactus.
23rd Jan '16 10:10:15 AM nombretomado
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Squirrel Girl first appeared in a one-shot story in 1992 in AnthologyComic ''Marvel Super-Heroes Special'' #8 (Winter, 1991); after [[InfoDump explaining her powers]] to IronMan, she showed her invincibility by defeating both IronMan ''and'' Doctor Doom. The story was written by Will Murray and drawn by Marvel Comics legend {{Steve|Ditko}} [[ArmedWithCanon freakin']] [[Creator/SteveDitko Ditko]]. Since the art and plot had a [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]] touch that didn't take itself seriously, and it was published in UsefulNotes/{{the Dark Age|of Comic Books}} that marked TheNineties, the story was notable for how out of place it felt.

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Squirrel Girl first appeared in a one-shot story in 1992 in AnthologyComic ''Marvel Super-Heroes Special'' #8 (Winter, 1991); after [[InfoDump explaining her powers]] to IronMan, she showed her invincibility by defeating both IronMan ''and'' Doctor Doom. The story was written by Will Murray and drawn by Marvel Comics legend {{Steve|Ditko}} Creator/{{Steve|Ditko}} [[ArmedWithCanon freakin']] [[Creator/SteveDitko Ditko]]. Since the art and plot had a [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]] touch that didn't take itself seriously, and it was published in UsefulNotes/{{the Dark Age|of Comic Books}} that marked TheNineties, the story was notable for how out of place it felt.
23rd Jan '16 10:09:56 AM nombretomado
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Squirrel Girl first appeared in a one-shot story in 1992 in AnthologyComic ''Marvel Super-Heroes Special'' #8 (Winter, 1991); after [[InfoDump explaining her powers]] to IronMan, she showed her invincibility by defeating both IronMan ''and'' Doctor Doom. The story was written by Will Murray and drawn by Marvel Comics legend {{Steve|Ditko}} [[ArmedWithCanon freakin']] [[SteveDitko Ditko]]. Since the art and plot had a [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]] touch that didn't take itself seriously, and it was published in UsefulNotes/{{the Dark Age|of Comic Books}} that marked TheNineties, the story was notable for how out of place it felt.

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Squirrel Girl first appeared in a one-shot story in 1992 in AnthologyComic ''Marvel Super-Heroes Special'' #8 (Winter, 1991); after [[InfoDump explaining her powers]] to IronMan, she showed her invincibility by defeating both IronMan ''and'' Doctor Doom. The story was written by Will Murray and drawn by Marvel Comics legend {{Steve|Ditko}} [[ArmedWithCanon freakin']] [[SteveDitko [[Creator/SteveDitko Ditko]]. Since the art and plot had a [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]] touch that didn't take itself seriously, and it was published in UsefulNotes/{{the Dark Age|of Comic Books}} that marked TheNineties, the story was notable for how out of place it felt.



* ArmedWithCanon: In her first appearance, Squirrel Girl defeated Doctor Doom. Another writer showed Doom explaining that it was actually a Doombot. Yet, in ''GLX-Mas'', we are told that she really did defeat Doctor Doom (we are also presented with a new picture, thus hinting that she has defeated Doctor Doom at least ''twice''). And to really hammer in the point, in ''Deadpool/GLI'', Squirrel Girl invades Latveria by herself, and Doctor Doom is afraid to even think about challenging her (with an accommodating statement by Tippy-Toe that since her first victory against Doctor Doom was written in by SteveDitko, it's fully canon -- "[[TakeThat So deal with it, fanboy]].")

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* ArmedWithCanon: In her first appearance, Squirrel Girl defeated Doctor Doom. Another writer showed Doom explaining that it was actually a Doombot. Yet, in ''GLX-Mas'', we are told that she really did defeat Doctor Doom (we are also presented with a new picture, thus hinting that she has defeated Doctor Doom at least ''twice''). And to really hammer in the point, in ''Deadpool/GLI'', Squirrel Girl invades Latveria by herself, and Doctor Doom is afraid to even think about challenging her (with an accommodating statement by Tippy-Toe that since her first victory against Doctor Doom was written in by SteveDitko, Creator/SteveDitko, it's fully canon -- "[[TakeThat So deal with it, fanboy]].")
16th Jan '16 2:14:00 AM Anddrix
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* TakeThat: A fair bit of Squirrel Girl's dialogue and surrounding plot points consist of these; aimed at whatever the writer finds annoying about every other comic in existence (the escapism quote above, Batman's in-universe status as an urban legend, etc.). Then, just to make sure [[ViewersAreMorons no one missed the reference]], often one of the squirrels will pop up at the corner of the page and [[DontExplaintheJoke state outright]] [[BreakingTheFourthWall what it meant]].

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* TakeThat: A fair bit of Squirrel Girl's dialogue and surrounding plot points consist of these; aimed at whatever the writer finds annoying about every other comic in existence (the escapism quote above, Batman's in-universe status as an urban legend, etc.). Then, just to make sure [[ViewersAreMorons no one missed the reference]], reference, often one of the squirrels will pop up at the corner of the page and [[DontExplaintheJoke state outright]] [[BreakingTheFourthWall what it meant]].
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