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6th Aug '17 3:07:35 AM HelloLamppost
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** SelfDemonstrating/{{Bizarro}}. Only appears every once in a while and rarely plays a major role in the story, but beloved for his goofy and lovable personality, plus his at-times legitimately tragic nature.

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** SelfDemonstrating/{{Bizarro}}. Only appears every once in a while and rarely plays a major role in the story, but beloved for his goofy and lovable personality, plus his at-times legitimately tragic nature. Notably, he ''died'' in his very first appearance, decades ago, but fan outcry resulted in him being reborn via AppliedPhlebotinum soon afterward.
31st May '17 9:41:47 AM rafi
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** ComicBook/SpiderGwen, the Gwen Stacy Spider-Woman that showed up in the storyline ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse''. Fans were already clamoring for more of her ''just by the cover to her first official story''. It got worse when previews started coming out. It was so bad that there were already people cosplaying as her ''long before'' she officially appeared in a comic!
** And less than a month after she finally appeared in a comic, Marvel [[http://comicsalliance.com/back-by-popular-demand-spider-gwen-gets-ongoing-series-in-february-nycc/ announced]] an ongoing series for her.
*** It seems that "Gwen Stacy in alternate roles" have taken off to the point where there's going to be a Christmas-based one-shot featuring "Gwenpool", a Gwen Stacy who became ComicBook/{{Deadpool}} (though, thankfully, she doesn't look like she's suffering from the cancer-ridden HealingFactor normal Deadpool has), who appeared in a set of variant covers with Gwen in various roles. [[http://www.comicbookresources.com/article/marvel-launches-gwenpool-ongoing-from-hastings-gurihiru And she also got]] her own [[Comicbook/TheUnbelievableGwenpool ongoing series!]]

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** ComicBook/SpiderGwen, the Gwen Stacy Spider-Woman that showed up in the storyline ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse''. Fans were already clamoring for more of her ''just by the cover to her first official story''. It got worse when previews started coming out. It was so bad that there were already people cosplaying as her ''long before'' she officially appeared in a comic!
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comic!. And less than a month after she finally appeared in a comic, Marvel [[http://comicsalliance.com/back-by-popular-demand-spider-gwen-gets-ongoing-series-in-february-nycc/ announced]] an she gets his personal ongoing series for her.
and became officially part of the Spider family.
*** It seems that "Gwen Stacy in alternate roles" have taken off to the point where there's going to be a Christmas-based one-shot featuring "Gwenpool", a Gwen Stacy who became ComicBook/{{Deadpool}} (though, thankfully, she doesn't look like she's suffering from the cancer-ridden HealingFactor normal Deadpool has), who appeared in a set of variant covers with Gwen in various roles. [[http://www.comicbookresources.com/article/marvel-launches-gwenpool-ongoing-from-hastings-gurihiru And After her debut in ''ComicBook/HowardTheDuck'' she also got]] gets her own [[Comicbook/TheUnbelievableGwenpool ongoing series!]]series, Comicbook/TheUnbelievableGwenpool, but she is reinterpretated as a MetaGirl (a girl from another universe where all the heroes and villains of this universe are comic book characters) with no relation to Gwen Stacy beyond their first name and hair color.
28th May '17 2:01:27 AM lillolillo
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* Obidiah Stane/Iron Monger from Comicbook/IronMan. Between his debut in issue 163 and death in issue 200, he stands as one of the villains that managed to mentally screw up Tony Stark. You'd have to be a Darkhorse if you're the BigBad of the [[Film/IronMan1 first movie]], despite your rather short time in the series.

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* Obidiah Obadiah Stane/Iron Monger from Comicbook/IronMan. Between his debut in issue 163 and death in issue 200, he stands as one of the villains that managed to mentally screw up Tony Stark. You'd have to be a Darkhorse if you're the BigBad of the [[Film/IronMan1 first movie]], despite your rather short time in the series.



* Carol Danvers, a.k.a. Captain Marvel (formerly Comicbook/MsMarvel), was originally created as a DistaffCounterpart to Comicbook/CaptainMarVell, and even worse, became known as 'the woman whose power got stolen by [[ComicBook/XMen Rogue]]' (who is actually more popular). However, she has actually made quite a name for herself and developed an ever-growing fan following. This is seriously impressive, because usually female clones of popular male superheroes tend to be lame, pointless {{Flat Character}}s, but Carol has turned out to be really awesome and even outshone her original by quite some way. She was included in both ''VideoGame/MarvelUltimateAlliance'' games as a playable character, and many players agreed that she was one of the best characters. She also appears in several other shows such as ''WesternAnimation/TheSuperHeroSquadShow'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'', is slated to appear in Season 3 of ''WesternAnimation/AvengersAssemble'', appeared in ''Anime/AvengersConfidentialBlackWidowAndPunisher'' and comic-wise, she's shaped up to be one of the more important heroines of the Marvel Universe (even going so far as becoming the AlternateCompanyEquivalent of DC's iconic Franchise/WonderWoman). In July 2012, she became [[LegacyCharacter Captain Marvel]], getting her own own series, [[WolverinePublicity popping up everywhere]] - especially in the ''All-New, All-Different'' Marvel Universe - and is now getting [[Film/CaptainMarvel her own film]] in the ''Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse''.

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* Carol Danvers, a.k.a. Captain Marvel (formerly Comicbook/MsMarvel), was originally created as a DistaffCounterpart to Comicbook/CaptainMarVell, and even worse, became known as 'the woman whose power got stolen by [[ComicBook/XMen Rogue]]' (who is actually more popular). However, she has actually made quite a name for herself and developed an ever-growing fan following. This is seriously impressive, because usually female clones of popular male superheroes tend to be lame, pointless {{Flat Character}}s, but Carol has turned out to be really awesome and even outshone her original by quite some way. She was included in both ''VideoGame/MarvelUltimateAlliance'' games as a playable character, and many players agreed that she was one of the best characters. She also appears in several other shows such as ''WesternAnimation/TheSuperHeroSquadShow'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'', is slated to appear in Season 3 of ''WesternAnimation/AvengersAssemble'', appeared in ''Anime/AvengersConfidentialBlackWidowAndPunisher'' and comic-wise, she's shaped up to be one of the more important heroines of the Marvel Universe (even going so far as becoming the AlternateCompanyEquivalent of DC's iconic Franchise/WonderWoman). In July 2012, she became [[LegacyCharacter Captain Marvel]], getting her own own series, [[WolverinePublicity popping up everywhere]] - especially in the ''All-New, All-Different'' Marvel Universe - and is now getting [[Film/CaptainMarvel her own film]] in the ''Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse''.



* ''ComicBook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}}'' started out as a one shot appearance in ''Superboy''. They caught on and eventually edged him out of his own comic. The Legion itself is not lacking in Darkhorses; in fact it's hard to find a character that doesn't have a solid fanbase, Chemical King and the Legion of Substitute Heroes most notably. The biggest example of an ensemble darkhorse for the Legion of Super-Heroes is Wildfire; originally a one-shot character who dies in his first appearance, [[FirstLawOfResurrection fan response to the character led to the writers bringing him back]] and make him team leader, after the fan-voted leadership election for the year he joined the team had him win. Though he's largely been absent from the book since the 1989 "Volume Four" reboot, he has a vocal fanbase that has kept the character at the forefront of the property. Like [[Franchise/StarWars that other faceless]] EnsembleDarkhorse, part of Wildfire's appeal is his unique design.

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* ''ComicBook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}}'' ''ComicBook/LegionOfSuperHeroes'' started out as a one shot appearance in ''Superboy''.''Comicbook/{{Superboy}}''. They caught on and eventually edged him out of his own comic. The Legion itself is not lacking in Darkhorses; in fact it's hard to find a character that doesn't have a solid fanbase, Chemical King and the Legion of Substitute Heroes most notably. The biggest example of an ensemble darkhorse for the Legion of Super-Heroes is Wildfire; originally a one-shot character who dies in his first appearance, [[FirstLawOfResurrection fan response to the character led to the writers bringing him back]] and make him team leader, after the fan-voted leadership election for the year he joined the team had him win. Though he's largely been absent from the book since the 1989 "Volume Four" reboot, he has a vocal fanbase that has kept the character at the forefront of the property. Like [[Franchise/StarWars that other faceless]] EnsembleDarkhorse, part of Wildfire's appeal is his unique design.



* Terra from ''ComicBook/TeenTitans''. She lasted little more then a year in the comic, but is one of the most well-recalled characters in the series. A "different version" of her (who might or might not have been the original with amnesia) was brought in a few years later [[spoiler:only to eventually be killed off and replaced by a THIRD one, who became the best friend/sidekick to ComicBook/PowerGirl, then went on to befriend ComicBook/{{Starfire}}]].

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* Franchise/{{Superman}}: Lots over the years:
** Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} started out as a test to gauge fan interest in a female character with Kryptonian powers. Fan reaction was incredibly positive, and DC introduced a proper Supergirl -Kara Zor-El- the next year. Six decades and hundreds of comics later, Supergirl is still one of the most popular characters of the Superman mythos, even though DC killed her and tried to get the fandom to forget about her in 1985. They failed and evventually had to reintroduce the character.
** SelfDemonstrating/{{Bizarro}}. Only appears every once in a while and rarely plays a major role in the story, but beloved for his goofy and lovable personality, plus his at-times legitimately tragic nature.
** Mr. Mxyzptlk, mainly for always being really funny whenever he shows up.
** Comicbook/KryptoTheSuperdog. Cheesy maybe, but the dog is so brave, loyal, and just plain fun that he'll always be a welcome part of the Superfamily.
* Terra from ''ComicBook/TeenTitans''.Franchise/TeenTitans. She lasted little more then a year in the comic, but is one of the most well-recalled characters in the series. A "different version" of her (who might or might not have been the original with amnesia) was brought in a few years later [[spoiler:only to eventually be killed off and replaced by a THIRD one, who became the best friend/sidekick to ComicBook/PowerGirl, then went on to befriend ComicBook/{{Starfire}}]].



** [[Characters/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog NICOLE]]. Originally just a handheld computer of Princess Sally's hailing from the future, she was nothing more than a prop from the old days of ''WesternAnimation/SonicTheHedgehog'''s Saturday Morning cartoon. Then, a story came out where an accident allowed NICOLE to experience life in Sally's body. Drawing from that, she constructs a HardLight lynx form for herself, sharing it with Sally privately. A few issues later, she aids Sonic and Shadow, showing her form to the others. Come the post-''ComicBook/SonicTheHedgehogMegaManWorldsCollide'' storyline, she's now one of the Freedom Fighters and a massively popular character in her own right.

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** [[Characters/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog NICOLE]].NICOLE. Originally just a handheld computer of Princess Sally's hailing from the future, she was nothing more than a prop from the old days of ''WesternAnimation/SonicTheHedgehog'''s Saturday Morning cartoon. Then, a story came out where an accident allowed NICOLE to experience life in Sally's body. Drawing from that, she constructs a HardLight lynx form for herself, sharing it with Sally privately. A few issues later, she aids Sonic and Shadow, showing her form to the others. Come the post-''ComicBook/SonicTheHedgehogMegaManWorldsCollide'' storyline, she's now one of the Freedom Fighters and a massively popular character in her own right.
10th May '17 8:44:28 AM FuzzyBarbarian
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* Within ''Franchise/TheFlash'' comics, the older speedsters tend to get a lot of love:
** The original Golden Age Flash, Jay Garrick. The guy doesn't develop much in his modern appearances, and he's largely a supporting character even within the beloved ''JSA'' series. But you'll find ''nobody'', from Flash fan to wider DC fan, who doesn't just love the old man. He's ''the'' CoolOldGuy in the DCU, and a father figure to several generations of heroes. He's also one of the nicest guys alive, and even fellow heroes love the guy.
** Similarly, Max Mercury, another Golden Age speedster. He was introduced into the DCU with a case of RememberTheNewGuy, but his sage wisdom and zen attitude; interesting backstory and touching father-son relationship with his polar opposite Bart Allen, endeared him to readers. He's also sorta responsible for bringing the Speed Force into the franchise.
10th Apr '17 12:07:40 AM Silverblade2
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* Bob, Agent of ComicBook/{{HYDRA}} became quite popular for no particular reason when he first appeared in ''ComicBook/CableAndDeadpool'' and has gone on to become a fan favorite. Fan reaction to his appearance in Deadpool's solo title can be summed up as, "OMG, IT'S BOB!" And of course, Deadpool being Deadpool, he knew this, even pointing out there might some day be a "Bob, Agent of HYDRA mini". Heck, SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}} himself was only an {{Expy}} of DC's Comicbook/{{Deathstroke}}. His wacky nature and [[BreakingTheFourthWall complete lack of fourth wall]] have now earned him his own series. When ''Film/XMenOriginsWolverine'' was announced, his appearance was probably one of the ones people were most excited about. [[spoiler: And after it came out? Probably the most annoyed about.]]

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* Bob, Agent of ComicBook/{{HYDRA}} became quite popular for no particular reason when he first appeared in ''ComicBook/CableAndDeadpool'' and has gone on to become a fan favorite. Fan reaction to his appearance in Deadpool's solo title can be summed up as, "OMG, IT'S BOB!" And of course, Deadpool being Deadpool, he knew this, even pointing out there might some day be a "Bob, Agent of HYDRA mini". Heck, SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}} ComicBook/{{Deadpool}} himself was only an {{Expy}} of DC's Comicbook/{{Deathstroke}}. His wacky nature and [[BreakingTheFourthWall complete lack of fourth wall]] have now earned him his own series. When ''Film/XMenOriginsWolverine'' was announced, his appearance was probably one of the ones people were most excited about. [[spoiler: And after it came out? Probably the most annoyed about.]]



* Comicbook/SquirrelGirl became the most popular character from Comicbook/GreatLakesAvengers, despite being the newest and least important member of that group. You could argue it's because she's FunPersonified [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment Personified]] in the otherwise [[DysfunctionJunction moopy Marvel Universe]], but it's mostly attributed to her [[GodModeSue beating the flock out]] [[MemeticBadass of villains such as]] Doctor Doom, ComicBook/{{Thanos}} and [[SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}} the evil, evil man]] with no other powers than [[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway The Power Of]] [[SpeaksFluentAnimal Talking To Squirrels]]. In one appearance, she needs to borrow Dr. Doom's [[spoiler: time machine to go back in time and rescue Speedball from becoming Penance.]] She walks into Doom's castle, politely asks to use it and Doom resignedly tells her that it's the door past the portrait of his mother without even asking why she's there in the first place.\\

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* Comicbook/SquirrelGirl became the most popular character from Comicbook/GreatLakesAvengers, despite being the newest and least important member of that group. You could argue it's because she's FunPersonified [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment Personified]] in the otherwise [[DysfunctionJunction moopy Marvel Universe]], but it's mostly attributed to her [[GodModeSue beating the flock out]] [[MemeticBadass of villains such as]] Doctor Doom, ComicBook/{{Thanos}} and [[SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}} [[ComicBook/{{Deadpool}} the evil, evil man]] with no other powers than [[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway The Power Of]] [[SpeaksFluentAnimal Talking To Squirrels]]. In one appearance, she needs to borrow Dr. Doom's [[spoiler: time machine to go back in time and rescue Speedball from becoming Penance.]] She walks into Doom's castle, politely asks to use it and Doom resignedly tells her that it's the door past the portrait of his mother without even asking why she's there in the first place.\\



*** It seems that "Gwen Stacy in alternate roles" have taken off to the point where there's going to be a Christmas-based one-shot featuring "Gwenpool", a Gwen Stacy who became SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}} (though, thankfully, she doesn't look like she's suffering from the cancer-ridden HealingFactor normal Deadpool has), who appeared in a set of variant covers with Gwen in various roles. [[http://www.comicbookresources.com/article/marvel-launches-gwenpool-ongoing-from-hastings-gurihiru And she also got]] her own [[Comicbook/TheUnbelievableGwenpool ongoing series!]]

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*** It seems that "Gwen Stacy in alternate roles" have taken off to the point where there's going to be a Christmas-based one-shot featuring "Gwenpool", a Gwen Stacy who became SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}} ComicBook/{{Deadpool}} (though, thankfully, she doesn't look like she's suffering from the cancer-ridden HealingFactor normal Deadpool has), who appeared in a set of variant covers with Gwen in various roles. [[http://www.comicbookresources.com/article/marvel-launches-gwenpool-ongoing-from-hastings-gurihiru And she also got]] her own [[Comicbook/TheUnbelievableGwenpool ongoing series!]]



** Comicbook/HarleyQuinn. [[NewerThanTheyThink If you can believe it,]] she's only been an official part of the DC Universe since 1999, but she has arguably the biggest fan following of ''any'' Bat-mythos character other than Batman or Comicbook/TheJoker (and possibly Comicbook/{{Catwoman}}). Not bad for a character who started out as the [[DistaffCounterpart female counterpart]] of SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker [[WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries in a TV show]].

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** Comicbook/HarleyQuinn. [[NewerThanTheyThink If you can believe it,]] she's only been an official part of the DC Universe since 1999, but she has arguably the biggest fan following of ''any'' Bat-mythos character other than Batman or Comicbook/TheJoker (and possibly Comicbook/{{Catwoman}}). Not bad for a character who started out as the [[DistaffCounterpart female counterpart]] of SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker ComicBook/TheJoker [[WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries in a TV show]].



** SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker was originally supposed to be a one-shot villain, who apparently ''died'' at the end of his first appearance. It [[JokerImmunity wouldn't be the last time he cheated death]], though, since he makes just [[BreakoutVillain too perfect]] a {{foil}} for Batman.

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** SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker ComicBook/TheJoker was originally supposed to be a one-shot villain, who apparently ''died'' at the end of his first appearance. It [[JokerImmunity wouldn't be the last time he cheated death]], though, since he makes just [[BreakoutVillain too perfect]] a {{foil}} for Batman.
20th Feb '17 10:52:20 PM Anddrix
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* Bug from the ''Franchise/{{Micronauts}}'' was originally just the PluckyComicRelief on the team but as time went on, he became a more sympathetic three dimensional character. Along with his own one shot comic, he also got to appear in non-Micronaut titles such as ''Comicbook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy'' and according to WordOfGod, he came very close to being in the [[Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy movie]].

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* Bug from the ''Franchise/{{Micronauts}}'' ''ComicBook/{{Micronauts}}'' was originally just the PluckyComicRelief on the team but as time went on, he became a more sympathetic three dimensional character. Along with his own one shot comic, he also got to appear in non-Micronaut titles such as ''Comicbook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy'' and according to WordOfGod, he came very close to being in the [[Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy movie]].
8th Jan '17 2:10:21 PM nombretomado
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** People really seem to love Comicbook/{{Ultimate|SpiderMan}} Jessica Drew, Peter's {{Opposite Sex Clone}}. She's appeared relatively only a few times in the {{Ultimate Marvel}} Universe. Yet fans tend to go "oh no!" whenever something bad happens to her or squeal whenever something good happens to her.

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** People really seem to love Comicbook/{{Ultimate|SpiderMan}} Jessica Drew, Peter's {{Opposite Sex Clone}}. She's appeared relatively only a few times in the {{Ultimate ComicBook/{{Ultimate Marvel}} Universe. Yet fans tend to go "oh no!" whenever something bad happens to her or squeal whenever something good happens to her.
24th Oct '16 11:45:32 AM DeisTheAlcano
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** Then, we have the ''other'' Ms. Marvel, [[ComicBook/MsMarvel2014 Kamala Khan.]] Teenager? Check. Minority? Check. Taking up the title of an abandoned identity? Check. No major connection to the previous character? Double check. Being pushed for some sort of initiative? The whole building up the Inhumans bit - Check there. Had this been the 90s, there would have been a major uproar and demands for Carol to return to her old name. However, Kamala, who is pretty much OneOfUs and a sweet and lovable girl, won people over instantly with her crazy adventures and out-and-out [[KnightsWhoSaySquee squeeing over seeing her heroes]]. Her popularity exploded to the point where, not only is she part of the Avengers in the ''ComicBook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel'' initiative, but she'll also show up in ''WesternAnimation/AvengersAssemble'' and ''[[VideoGame/LegoAdaptationGame Lego Marvel's Avengers]]'' (It helps that she appeared a couple of years after Carol's becoming Captain Marvel, which was itself well received).

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** Then, we have the ''other'' Ms. Marvel, [[ComicBook/MsMarvel2014 Kamala Khan.]] Teenager? Check. Minority? Check. Taking up the title of an abandoned identity? Check. No major connection to the previous character? Double check. Being pushed for some sort of initiative? The whole building up the Inhumans bit - Check there. Had this been the 90s, there would have been a major uproar and demands for Carol to return to her old name. However, Kamala, who is pretty much OneOfUs and a sweet and lovable girl, won people over instantly with her crazy adventures and out-and-out [[KnightsWhoSaySquee [[TheKnightsWhoSaySquee squeeing over seeing her heroes]]. Her popularity exploded to the point where, not only is she part of the Avengers in the ''ComicBook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel'' initiative, but she'll also show up in ''WesternAnimation/AvengersAssemble'' and ''[[VideoGame/LegoAdaptationGame Lego Marvel's Avengers]]'' (It helps that she appeared a couple of years after Carol's becoming Captain Marvel, which was itself well received).
16th Oct '16 3:03:13 PM batguy
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** People really seem to love Comicbook/{{Ultimate|SpiderMan}} Jessica Drew, Peter's {{Opposite Sex Clone}}. She's appeared relatively only a few times in the {{Ultimate Marvel}} Universe. Yet fans tend to go "oh no!" whenever something bad happens to her or squeal whenever something good happens to her.



* Moonstone was just another villain until ''Comicbook/{{Thunderbolts}}'' reinvented her as a MagnificentBastard {{Jerkass}}. Then she had her own comic, was a part of the Comicbook/DarkAvengers team and sat at the right hand of Norman Osborn. Same with Songbird (helps that her hair tastes like starberries).
* People really seem to love Comicbook/{{Ultimate|SpiderMan}} Jessica Drew, Peter's OppositeSexClone. She's appeared relatively only a few times in the Ultimate Marvel universe. Yet fans tend to go 'oh no!' whenever something bad happens to her or squeal whenever something good happens.

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* Moonstone was just another villain until ''Comicbook/{{Thunderbolts}}'' reinvented her as a MagnificentBastard {{Jerkass}}. Then she had her own comic, was a part of the Comicbook/DarkAvengers team and sat at the right hand of Norman Osborn. Same with Songbird (helps that her hair tastes like starberries).
* People really seem to love Comicbook/{{Ultimate|SpiderMan}} Jessica Drew, Peter's OppositeSexClone. She's appeared relatively only a few times in the Ultimate Marvel universe. Yet fans tend to go 'oh no!' whenever something bad happens to her or squeal whenever something good happens.
strawberries).
13th Aug '16 9:39:02 AM nombretomado
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* The success of the ''Film/{{Deadpool}}'' movie has not only made interest in the character explode, but Domino's as well; fans are practically ''begging'' for her to be in a possible sequel. Just go to DeviantArt and put her name into the search engine to see as many hits recently as the X-Ladies.

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* The success of the ''Film/{{Deadpool}}'' movie has not only made interest in the character explode, but Domino's as well; fans are practically ''begging'' for her to be in a possible sequel. Just go to DeviantArt Website/DeviantArt and put her name into the search engine to see as many hits recently as the X-Ladies.
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