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** In the ''Comicbook/RedDaughterOfKrypton'' story arc, [[Franchise/GreenLanter Red Lanterns]] Rankorr -an human- and Bleez -a winged, blue-skinned alien-.

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** In the ''Comicbook/RedDaughterOfKrypton'' story arc, [[Franchise/GreenLanter [[Franchise/GreenLantern Red Lanterns]] Rankorr -an human- and Bleez -a winged, blue-skinned alien-.
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* Among the first ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}'s boyfriends were a human, a green-skinned Coluan, an Atlantean merboy, and, er, her horse. Well, he was in human form at the time, admittedly, but there was still a kind-of relationship between them after he was turned back; it probably helped that he retained most of his intelligence.

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* ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'':
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Among the first ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}'s boyfriends were a human, a green-skinned Coluan, an Atlantean merboy, and, er, her horse. Well, he wasn't ''really'' a horse and he was in human form at the time, admittedly, but there was still a kind-of relationship between them after he was turned back; it probably helped that he retained most of his intelligence.


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** In the ''Comicbook/RedDaughterOfKrypton'' story arc, [[Franchise/GreenLanter Red Lanterns]] Rankorr -an human- and Bleez -a winged, blue-skinned alien-.
27th May '16 1:52:56 PM Doug86
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* ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}''

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** ''Astonishing {{Comicbook/X-Men}}'': Beast/Brand. Complicated, since he's a human mutant who became more animalistic as he got older and now looks like a giant blue cat, and she looks mostly human and is actually half-alien. Apparently her dad was a huge blue furry thing, which [[DaddysGirl takes it into even more perverted territory]].

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** ''Astonishing {{Comicbook/X-Men}}'': Comicbook/XMen'': Beast/Brand. Complicated, since he's a human mutant who became more animalistic as he got older and now looks like a giant blue cat, and she looks mostly human and is actually half-alien. Apparently her dad was a huge blue furry thing, which [[DaddysGirl takes it into even more perverted territory]].
1st Apr '16 3:00:44 PM nighttrainfm
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* Mossy earth elemental Comicbook/SwampThing and his human wife Abigail Arcane. Played with considering the nearby town finds out and convicts her of {{bestiality|IsDepraved}}. Abby flees to Gotham City where the police hold her, causing Swamp Thing to go ballistic to free her. Franchise/{{Batman}} finally talks the Mayor into giving in considering that if he wants to hold Abby for having a relationship with a non-human sapient being, then he'd better arrest Lois Lane, among others, for her relationship with an admitted extraterrestrial, Superman. Since busting the world's greatest superhero's girlfriend for bestiality would look very, very bad and ridiculous in the media, the Mayor instantly gives in.
** Actually, Batman suggested the Mayor had to go arrest ''Superman''. The Mayor's [[OhCrap expression]] conveyed all that needed to be said about how ''insane'' a move that would be.

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* Mossy earth elemental Comicbook/SwampThing and his human wife Abigail Arcane. Played with considering the nearby town finds out and convicts her of {{bestiality|IsDepraved}}. Abby flees to Gotham City where the police hold her, causing Swamp Thing to go ballistic to free her. Franchise/{{Batman}} finally talks the Mayor into giving in considering that if he wants to hold Abby for having a relationship with a non-human sapient being, outside their species, then he'd better arrest Lois Lane, among others, for her relationship with an admitted extraterrestrial, Superman. Since busting half the world's greatest superhero's girlfriend for bestiality would look very, very bad and ridiculous in superhero community - such as [[ComicBook/MartianManhunter the media, Martian]], [[ComicBook/TeenTitans the Mayor instantly gives in.
** Actually, Batman suggested the Mayor had to go arrest ''Superman''.
Tamaranean]], and, oh, [[Franchise/{{Superman}} that guy in Metropolis.]] The Mayor's [[OhCrap expression]] conveyed all that needed to be said about how ''insane'' a move that would be.
2nd Mar '16 5:31:47 PM wittylibrarian
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** Actually, Batman suggested the Mayor had to go arrest ''Superman''. The Mayor's [[OhCrap expression]] conveyed all that needed to be said about how ''insane'' a move that would be.
17th Jan '16 3:44:48 AM rafi
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* All over the freaking place in ''ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog''. And a future arc, "Mobius: 25 Years Later", suggests [[NoBiochemicalBarriers they'll have children]].
** It expands to "No Bio''mechanical'' Barriers". The same arc suggests Bunnie, who is ''robotic from the waist down'', will have children, too!
*** Actually in certain continuities, Belle and Jacques (Bunnie's kids) could actually be born normally (so to speak) as Bunnie is cured of her robotization...though given that plotline, some fans [[FanonDiscontinuity will likely ignore it]].
** It is averted in the case of the Iron King and Iron Queen, a massive ox-man and ordinary human woman respectively, whose "marriage" is purely an arrangement of political convenience; the writer acknowledged that having a human and animal character wed "might raise some eyebrows".
* The entire point of Creator/PhilFoglio's adult comic ''{{xXxenophile}}''.
* ''{{Comicbook/Bone}}'' has Fone Bone and Thorn; while it's more played as Fone Bone being in love with Thorn, [[WillTheyOrWontThey Thorn never says anything about not being in love with him back]], and [[spoiler: had Fone Bone not decided to go back to Boneville at the end, it is stated that he and Thorn would have ruled the valley as king and queen.]]
* ComicBook/{{Nightwing}} [[Comicbook/TeenTitans and]] ComicBook/{{Starfire}} (human/alien) in at least one continuity of Franchise/TheDCU.

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'''DC'''
* All over ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'': Lois and Clark are probably the freaking place in ''ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog''. And a future arc, "Mobius: 25 Years Later", suggests [[NoBiochemicalBarriers they'll have children]].
** It expands to "No Bio''mechanical'' Barriers". The same arc suggests Bunnie, who is ''robotic from the waist down'', will have children, too!
*** Actually in certain continuities, Belle and Jacques (Bunnie's kids) could actually be born normally (so to speak) as Bunnie is cured
most famous example of her robotization...interpecies romance (even though given that plotline, he's a {{Human Alien|s}}).
** The Creator/LarryNiven essay ''[[http://www.rawbw.com/~svw/superman.html Man of Steel, Woman of Kleenex]]'' goes into quite a bit of detail on the various issues regarding Kal-El's sex life, possibly farther than
some fans [[FanonDiscontinuity will likely ignore it]].
would prefer.
** It is averted Superman also had a relationship with Franchise/WonderWoman in the case of ''ComicBook/KingdomCome'' mini-series and now in the Iron King ''ComicBook/{{New52}}''.
** DC once printed an {{Elseworld}} story (back when they're still called "Imaginary Stories") where Lois Lane had been killed after {{Franchise/Superman}} settled down
and Iron Queen, had a massive ox-man and ordinary human woman respectively, whose "marriage" is purely an arrangement daughter with her. At one point, he created a robot duplicate of political convenience; the writer acknowledged that having a human and animal character wed "might raise her, which [[http://www.supermanfan.net/main/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/loisdead-robot.jpg proved to be all too lifelike]]. Apparently, UncannyValley doesn't faze some eyebrows".
people.
* The entire point of Creator/PhilFoglio's adult comic ''{{xXxenophile}}''.
* ''{{Comicbook/Bone}}'' has Fone Bone
eventual romance and Thorn; while it's more played as Fone Bone being in love implied sexual relationship between ComicBook/JimmyOlsen (human, with Thorn, [[WillTheyOrWontThey Thorn never says anything about not being some plot-related variations) and the Forager ([[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe really hot female purple-skinned alien bounty hunter humanoid INSECT]]) in love ''Comicbook/CountdownToFinalCrisis''.
* Toyed
with him back]], and in Creator/FrankMiller's ''ComicBook/TheDarkKnightStrikesAgain'', where Hal Jordan [[spoiler: had Fone Bone whose control over his powers now renders him virtually omnipotent]], has left Earth and is now living [[spoiler: on Mars]], where he lives a happy, wholesome family life with his wife and son. Unlike most examples of this trope, the [[spoiler: Martians]] are not decided rendered physically attractive or appealing in any way; Hal Jordan instead uses his power [[spoiler: to go make himself a Martian, completely capable of maintaining the form indefinitely, as well as capable of breeding with other Martians]], and is extremely reluctant to return to Earth [[spoiler: after receiving Batman's transmission]], until his wife urges him to help his own people. He only reverts back to Boneville at the end, it his human form after he has already left [[spoiler: Mars]], and is stated quick to return as soon as his business on Earth has been finished [[spoiler: which involved him multiplying his size to that he and Thorn would have ruled of many times the valley as king and queen.Earth, able to grasp the entire planet in his fist, crushing Lex Luthor's planet wide multi-trillion dollar WMD satellite network while leaving the planet itself unharmed.]]
* ''Comicbook/DoomPatrol'' villains the Brain ([[BrainInAJar a disembodied human brain]]) and Monsieur Mallah ([[EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys a genetically altered super intelligent gorilla]]). For some reason, when comics fans discuss this, they only focus on the fact that they're gay.
** Considering they're a crack pairing from the start, there's really not much else to discuss. Except maybe what poking a brain with THAT feels like.
*** Interestingly, there are no nerve endings in the brain for registering pain. That means Mallah could do anything he wanted to with the Brain, and he would never feel it.
* ''Franchise/GreenLantern''
** John Stewart married Katma Tui (alien) and had a long-standing relationship with Merayn Dethalis (also alien).
** The [[Characters/GLGreenLanternCorps Green Lantern Corps]] seems rife with this. Hal Jordan and Arisia, Kyle Rayner and Soranik Natu, and when you bear in mind that nearly every member of the Corps is a different species, when relationships between members of the Corps were banned over 200 resigned in protest.
* ''ComicBook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}}'': there are a lot of interspecies romances in the Legion; some of the more notable are Brainiac 5(Coluan)/Supergirl (Kryptonian), Colossal Boy (Human)/Yera (Durlan).
** Just about all major cast relationships are Cross-species; the Legion is compromised of tons of different species hanging out together 24/7, almost all raised with no species boundaries whatsoever.
* Mossy earth elemental Comicbook/SwampThing and his human wife Abigail Arcane. Played with considering the nearby town finds out and convicts her of {{bestiality|IsDepraved}}. Abby flees to Gotham City where the police hold her, causing Swamp Thing to go ballistic to free her. Franchise/{{Batman}} finally talks the Mayor into giving in considering that if he wants to hold Abby for having a relationship with a non-human sapient being, then he'd better arrest Lois Lane, among others, for her relationship with an admitted extraterrestrial, Superman. Since busting the world's greatest superhero's girlfriend for bestiality would look very, very bad and ridiculous in the media, the Mayor instantly gives in.
* Among the first ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}'s boyfriends were a human, a green-skinned Coluan, an Atlantean merboy, and, er, her horse. Well, he was in human form at the time, admittedly, but there was still a kind-of relationship between them after he was turned back; it probably helped that he retained most of his intelligence.
** In addition to Brainiac 5 (mentioned above), she had a quasi-romantic friendship with [[Franchise/TheFlash Captain Boomerang]] (human) and an actual romance with Apokolips native Power Boy. And had a crush on [[ComicBook/{{Nightwing}} Dick Grayson]], but that [[MrFanservice hardly counts]].
* ''Comicbook/TeenTitans''
**
ComicBook/{{Nightwing}} [[Comicbook/TeenTitans and]] ComicBook/{{Starfire}} (human/alien) and the human/alien Koriandr of Tamaran, aka ComicBook/{{Starfire}}, in at least one continuity of Franchise/TheDCU.Franchise/TheDCU. She was the first of his girlfriends that he was quite blatantly implied to have had sex with, they've been engaged at least once, and they were even almost married once as in, the only reason they aren't husband and wife is because fellow Titan Raven attacked the ceremony and killed the minister before he could complete it. Though they are drifted apart in modern continuity, both still remember and occasionally flirt with each other over their former connection.



* Professor Charles Xavier and the Shi'ar Empress Lilandra in ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}''.
** Made worse by the fact that Lilandra is descended from ''avian'' stock, Charles from primate stock. OTOH, the Celestials might have reengineered both breeds to make them compatible. The Shi'ar seem more primate-like than evolution would plausibly manage...
* Creator/MarvelComics ''Comicbook/HowardTheDuck'' had Howard (intelligent talking duck from an alternate reality) and Beverly (human). This was played ''way'' too straight in [[Film/HowardTheDuck the movie]].

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'''Marvel'''
* Professor Charles Xavier and the Shi'ar Empress Lilandra A notable storyline in ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}''.
** Made worse by the fact that Lilandra is descended from ''avian'' stock, Charles from primate stock. OTOH, the Celestials might have reengineered both breeds to make them compatible. The Shi'ar seem more primate-like than evolution would plausibly manage...
* Creator/MarvelComics ''Comicbook/HowardTheDuck''
''Comicbook/TheAvengers'' had Howard (intelligent talking duck from an alternate reality) and Beverly (human). This was played ''way'' too straight in [[Film/HowardTheDuck the movie]].Mantis (human) married to a telepathic alien ''tree''.



* Karolina (Majesdanian) and Xavin (Skrull) in ''{{Comicbook/Runaways}}''. When Xavin was PutOnABus, Karolina and Julie Power (human) started going out.

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* Karolina (Majesdanian) ''ComicBook/{{Deadpool}}'' briefly was married to an alien woman name Orksa who resembled a anthropomorphic yellow hippopotamus. They divorced on good terms so she could be with someone who loved her more than he did. Both her previous husband and Xavin (Skrull) in ''{{Comicbook/Runaways}}''. When Xavin her next one also appeared to be different species than her. He later got married to a [[HornyDevils Succubus]] named Shiklah, who though can appear mostly human, is actually a huge purple demon. Deadpool met her when Dracula hired Deadpool to bring her to him for their arranged marriage.
* In ''Comicbook/FantasticFour'', Johnny Storm and his former wife [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe Lyja]]. Johnny had thought that she
was PutOnABus, Karolina human when he married her - she's a [[{{Shapeshifting}} Skrull.]] In the ''ComicBook/MarvelComics2'' Universe they are still married and Julie Power (human) started going out. have a son, Torus.
* RocketRaccoon ([[SpeciesSurname take a wild guess what he is]]) and quite a wide variety of alien species. In his original mini-series, his girlfriend was Lylla (anthropomorphic otter). In his 2014 series he has been shown to have a brief relationship with Princess Lynx (alien, cat-girl). In the 2014 ComicBook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy annual, Rocket is shown to have 3 sons (which he insists are nephews) whose mother is clearly some sort of blue skinned alien.
* The comic ''Comicbook/HowardTheDuck'' had Howard (intelligent talking duck from an alternate reality) and Beverly (human). This was played ''way'' too straight in [[Film/HowardTheDuck the movie]].
* The Comicbook/IncredibleHulk (gamma-irradiated human) with Jarella (from K'ai) and Caiera (Shadow Person). He had two sons from his relationship with Caiera.
* [[Comicbook/SubMariner Namor]] (human/Atlantean hybrid) married GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe Marrina, but also found time to pursue the human (and all-too-married) Invisible Woman.
** Namor and that lake-monster queen from Tabula Rasa
--->'''Hope''': Ick! Ick! Ick!
--->'''Namor''': You are only showing your parochialism and prejudice. She is a dignified queen of a noble people. [[ThirdPersonPerson Namor]] is nothing if not cosmopolitan in his tastes.
** Also, there's been flirting and suggestions of future hookups between Namor and Hepzibah (an alien skunk woman. Well originally a skunk woman, a lot of artists these days tend to draw her as a CatGirl or even just a [[HumanAliens palette-swapped human]], but whatever).
** Atlanteans in the MU are a branch of the human race, so this would me more like interSUBspecies romance.
** Namor, as implied above, is the result of one of these pairings: human father and Atlantean mother. His cousin Namora has a human mother and Atlantean father. As they're effectively the only members of their kind, most any romance they pursue (aside from [[KissingCousins each other]]) is one of these.



* For a long time, the {{Comicbook/X-Men}} had ComicBook/{{Dazzler}} (human mutant) and her husband, Longshot (interdimensional alien). Since their divorce, Longshot seems to have jumped on the BoldlyComing bandwagon of interdimensional relations.



* ComicBook/RomSpaceKnight was in love with the Terran Brandy. On the plus side, Rom is a Galadorian, basically a branch of the human race. On the minus side, he'd been cyborged into an all-covering suit of plandanium armor. On the plus side, it was theoretically possible for him to become a normal man again. Still, whether Rom and Brandy count as an interspecies liaison is a judgement call.
* Karolina (Majesdanian) and Xavin (Skrull) in ''Comicbook/{{Runaways}}''. When Xavin was PutOnABus, Karolina and Julie Power (human) started going out.



* Nightcrawler (mutant) and Cerise (Shi'ar).
** ''[[WesternAnimation/XMenEvolution Evolution]]'' also has Nightcrawler/Amanda (a human).
* [[Comicbook/SubMariner Namor]] (human/Atlantean hybrid) married GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe Marrina, but also found time to pursue the human (and all-too-married) Invisible Woman.
** Namor and that lake-monster queen from Tabula Rasa
--->'''Hope''': Ick! Ick! Ick!
--->'''Namor''': You are only showing your parochialism and prejudice. She is a dignified queen of a noble people. [[ThirdPersonPerson Namor]] is nothing if not cosmopolitan in his tastes.
** Also, there's been flirting and suggestions of future hookups between Namor and Hepzibah (an alien skunk woman. Well originally a skunk woman, a lot of artists these days tend to draw her as a CatGirl or even just a [[HumanAliens palette-swapped human]], but whatever).
** Atlanteans in the MU are a branch of the human race, so this would me more like interSUBspecies romance.
** Namor, as implied above, is the result of one of these pairings: human father and Atlantean mother. His cousin Namora has a human mother and Atlantean father. As they're effectively the only members of their kind, most any romance they pursue (aside from [[KissingCousins each other]]) is one of these.

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* ''ComicBook/WerewolfByNight'''s Jack Russell (a werewolf) has had several long term relationships with human women.
* ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}''
** Professor Charles Xavier and the Shi'ar Empress Lilandra. Made worse by the fact that Lilandra is descended from ''avian'' stock, Charles from primate stock. OTOH, the Celestials might have reengineered both breeds to make them compatible. The Shi'ar seem more primate-like than evolution would plausibly manage...
** For a long time, ComicBook/{{Dazzler}} (human mutant) and her husband, Longshot (interdimensional alien). Since their divorce, Longshot seems to have jumped on the BoldlyComing bandwagon of interdimensional relations.
**
Nightcrawler (mutant) and Cerise (Shi'ar).
** ''[[WesternAnimation/XMenEvolution Evolution]]'' also has Nightcrawler/Amanda (a human).
* [[Comicbook/SubMariner Namor]] (human/Atlantean hybrid) married GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe Marrina, but also found time to pursue the human (and all-too-married) Invisible Woman.
** Namor and that lake-monster queen from Tabula Rasa
--->'''Hope''': Ick! Ick! Ick!
--->'''Namor''': You are only showing your parochialism and prejudice. She is a dignified queen of a noble people. [[ThirdPersonPerson Namor]] is nothing if not cosmopolitan in his tastes.
** Also, there's been flirting and suggestions of future hookups between Namor and Hepzibah (an alien skunk woman. Well originally a skunk woman, a lot of artists these days tend to draw her as a CatGirl or even just a [[HumanAliens palette-swapped human]], but whatever).
** Atlanteans in the MU are a branch of the human race, so this would me more like interSUBspecies romance.
** Namor, as implied above, is the result of one of these pairings: human father and Atlantean mother. His cousin Namora has
''Astonishing {{Comicbook/X-Men}}'': Beast/Brand. Complicated, since he's a human mother mutant who became more animalistic as he got older and Atlantean father. As they're effectively the only members of their kind, most any romance they pursue (aside from [[KissingCousins each other]]) now looks like a giant blue cat, and she looks mostly human and is one of these.actually half-alien. Apparently her dad was a huge blue furry thing, which [[DaddysGirl takes it into even more perverted territory]].



* [[Franchise/{{Superman}} Lois and Clark]] are probably the most famous example of interpecies romance (even though he's a {{Human Alien|s}}).
** The Creator/LarryNiven essay ''[[http://www.rawbw.com/~svw/superman.html Man of Steel, Woman of Kleenex]]'' goes into quite a bit of detail on the various issues regarding Kal-El's sex life, possibly farther than some would prefer.
*** ''{{Series/Smallville}}'' addressed the essence of Niven's concerns by noting that the "training" that Jor-El had arranged for his son included "control" in that specific aspect. Apparently Clark's parents were ''expecting'' him to get involved in an InterspeciesRomance and prepared him for handling the tricky aspect of intimacy.
** Superman also had a relationship with Franchise/WonderWoman in the ''ComicBook/KingdomCome'' mini-series.
* Also from DC, [[Franchise/GreenLantern John Stewart]] married Katma Tui (alien) and had a long-standing relationship with Merayn Dethalis (also alien). ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' paired him up with Hawkgirl and featured Katma as an old flame who he was still on good terms with.
* The [[Characters/GLGreenLanternCorps Green Lantern Corps]] seems rife with this. Hal Jordan and Arisia, Kyle Rayner and Soranik Natu, and when you bear in mind that nearly every member of the Corps is a different species, when relationships between members of the Corps were banned over 200 resigned in protest.
* Mossy earth elemental Comicbook/SwampThing and his human wife Abigail Arcane. Played with considering the nearby town finds out and convicts her of {{bestiality|IsDepraved}}. Abby flees to Gotham City where the police hold her, causing Swamp Thing to go ballistic to free her. Franchise/{{Batman}} finally talks the Mayor into giving in considering that if he wants to hold Abby for having a relationship with a non-human sapient being, then he'd better arrest Lois Lane, among others, for her relationship with an admitted extraterrestrial, Superman. Since busting the world's greatest superhero's girlfriend for bestiality would look very, very bad and ridiculous in the media, the Mayor instantly gives in.
* Among the first ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}'s boyfriends were a human, a green-skinned Coluan, an Atlantean merboy, and, er, her horse. (He was in human form at the time, admittedly, but there was still a kind-of relationship between them after he was turned back; it probably helped that he retained most of his intelligence.)

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'''Other'''
* [[Franchise/{{Superman}} Lois ''[[ComicBook/TwoThousandAD 2000 AD's]]'' ''Lobster Random'' ... a mechanophile. That is a (modified) human who is sexually attracted to robots. And not human looking robots either...
* In the Creator/HowardChaykin comic ''Comicbook/AmericanFlagg!'', one of Raul the (talking) Cat's favorite TV programs was titled "Interspecies Romances."
* All over the freaking place in ''ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog''. And a future arc, "Mobius: 25 Years Later", suggests [[NoBiochemicalBarriers they'll have children]].
** It expands to "No Bio''mechanical'' Barriers". The same arc suggests Bunnie, who is ''robotic from the waist down'', will have children, too!
*** Actually in certain continuities, Belle
and Clark]] are probably the most famous example Jacques (Bunnie's kids) could actually be born normally (so to speak) as Bunnie is cured of interpecies romance (even her robotization...though he's a {{Human Alien|s}}).
** The Creator/LarryNiven essay ''[[http://www.rawbw.com/~svw/superman.html Man of Steel, Woman of Kleenex]]'' goes into quite a bit of detail on the various issues regarding Kal-El's sex life, possibly farther than
given that plotline, some would prefer.
*** ''{{Series/Smallville}}'' addressed the essence of Niven's concerns by noting that the "training" that Jor-El had arranged for his son included "control" in that specific aspect. Apparently Clark's parents were ''expecting'' him to get involved in an InterspeciesRomance and prepared him for handling the tricky aspect of intimacy.
fans [[FanonDiscontinuity will likely ignore it]].
** Superman also had a relationship with Franchise/WonderWoman It is averted in the ''ComicBook/KingdomCome'' mini-series.
* Also from DC, [[Franchise/GreenLantern John Stewart]] married Katma Tui (alien) and had a long-standing relationship with Merayn Dethalis (also alien). ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' paired him up with Hawkgirl and featured Katma as an old flame who he was still on good terms with.
* The [[Characters/GLGreenLanternCorps Green Lantern Corps]] seems rife with this. Hal Jordan and Arisia, Kyle Rayner and Soranik Natu, and when you bear in mind that nearly every member
case of the Corps is a different species, when relationships between members of the Corps were banned over 200 resigned in protest.
* Mossy earth elemental Comicbook/SwampThing
Iron King and his Iron Queen, a massive ox-man and ordinary human wife Abigail Arcane. Played with considering woman respectively, whose "marriage" is purely an arrangement of political convenience; the nearby town finds out and convicts her of {{bestiality|IsDepraved}}. Abby flees to Gotham City where the police hold her, causing Swamp Thing to go ballistic to free her. Franchise/{{Batman}} finally talks the Mayor into giving in considering writer acknowledged that if he wants to hold Abby for having a relationship with a non-human sapient being, then he'd better arrest Lois Lane, among others, for her relationship with an admitted extraterrestrial, Superman. Since busting the world's greatest superhero's girlfriend for bestiality would look very, very bad and ridiculous in the media, the Mayor instantly gives in.
* Among the first ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}'s boyfriends were a human, a green-skinned Coluan, an Atlantean merboy, and, er, her horse. (He was in
human form at and animal character wed "might raise some eyebrows".
* ''ComicBook/AstroCity'' has Rex and Natalie of
the time, admittedly, but there was still First Family. He's a kind-of relationship between them after he was turned back; it probably helped that he retained most giant orange dinosaur monster with rocky scales and the prince of his intelligence.)Monstro City; she's an energy being who internalizes her powers to become a SizeShifter giantess.
* There's a children's comic called ''Mr. Badger and Mrs. Fox'', it's meant as AnAesop about blended families.



* ''ComicStrip/{{BC}}'' has John the tortoise and Dookie Bird, who also had a fling with a pelican at one point.
* ''Comicbook/{{Bone}}'' has Fone Bone and Thorn; while it's more played as Fone Bone being in love with Thorn, [[WillTheyOrWontThey Thorn never says anything about not being in love with him back]], and [[spoiler: had Fone Bone not decided to go back to Boneville at the end, it is stated that he and Thorn would have ruled the valley as king and queen.]]
* ''ComicBook/BuckGodotZapGunForHire'' subverts this.
** Buck dismisses Louisa, who is human, (albeit of a different sub-species), who has been modified to be irresistible to men as "too skinny". Of course, there's also the small issue that Hoffmanites like Buck, [[{{Heavyworlder}} coming from a high-G world]], tend to find other humans "too fragile". Meanwhile, the above-mentioned Ms. Louisa Dem Five proudly runs a multi-species ''brothel''...
** He also, when dropping in on his alien bartender's girlfriend sunbathing in the nude comments that "You aren't compatible with humans! I don't even know which bits I'm supposed to be looking at!" [[spoiler: He then gives her some [[HilarityEnsues very specific compliments]].]]
* In ''{{ComicBook/Circles}}'', there are few repeated species. One exception are Doug, his ex-fiancée and their son, who are all Otters.
* Crusader Adam of Destine (later simply Adam Destine) and the djinn Elalyth, parents of the Destines in ''Comicbook/ClanDestine''.
* ComicBook/DisneyMouseAndDuckComics in general occasionally have mixed-species pairs showing up as background characters in a panel or two.
** In the WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck comic "The Old Castle's Secret," the jewel thief Diamond Dick claims that he knew about the hidden [=McDuck=] treasure because his "third wife was a [=McDuck=] on her great grandfather's side." Diamond Dick is a dog. Apparently something... interesting... has been going on in the [=McDuck=] family tree.



* ''ComicBook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}}'': there are a lot of interspecies romances in the Legion; some of the more notable are Brainiac 5(Coluan)/Supergirl (Kryptonian), Colossal Boy (Human)/Yera (Durlan).
** Just about all major cast relationships are Cross-species; the Legion is compromised of tons of different species hanging out together 24/7, almost all raised with no species boundaries whatsoever.
* The Archie-published ''ComicBook/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesAdventures'' featured three such relationships. The first two involved mutant turtle Raphael, who became involved with two mutant fox women at different points of his life, and even ended up marrying one of them. On the other hand, there was the relationship between musician Mondo and his girlfriend Candy Fine, which persisted even after Mondo was turned into a mutant gecko.
** Not to be left behind, the [[ComicBook/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesMirage original incarnation of the TMNT]] has featured two different interspecies romances. The first occurred between Michelangelo and "Seri" (reptilian alien), while the second will occur between Leonardo and human superheroine Radical several years into the series' future.\\
\\
However in ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2012'' Donatello (Donnie) is in love with April O'Neil [[spoiler:April O'Neil is soon revealed to be actually a MUTANT of half Kraang Alien/half human.]] Also there is Leonardo(Mutant Ninja Turtle)& Karai (full human) However since Karai is part of the Foot clan, they had become rivals especially since [[spoiler: Karai is actually Miwa & the daughter of Master Splinter & it is soon revealed to be the daughter of Master Splinter & his wife Teng Shen. Though she does not know it herself, though Leonardo was clearly very attracted to her]].

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* ''ComicBook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}}'': there The North Wind and [[spoiler: Bigby's mother Winter]] from ''ComicBook/{{Fables}}''. [[TheBigBadWolf Bigby]] and Literature/{{Snow White|AndTheSevenDwarfs}}.
** Bufkin and Lily Martagon
are a lot of interspecies romances in unique example. He's a flying monkey and she's a tiny fairy-like Barleycorn Girl. She considered herself his girlfriend, but he didn't reciprocate any romantic feelings due to the Legion; some of the more notable are Brainiac 5(Coluan)/Supergirl (Kryptonian), Colossal Boy (Human)/Yera (Durlan).
** Just about all major cast relationships are Cross-species; the Legion is compromised of tons of different
species hanging out and size barriers. However, [[spoiler: in the epilogue of their story, it's revealed that on several occasions throughout their many adventures in Oz, one or both of them were magically transformed into compatible species. During these times, they got married and had many children. At the end of their lives, they were still living together 24/7, almost all raised with no species boundaries whatsoever.
* The Archie-published ''ComicBook/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesAdventures'' featured three such relationships. The first two involved mutant turtle Raphael, who became involved with two mutant fox women at different points of his life,
and even ended up marrying one of them. On the other hand, there was the in a very loving relationship between musician Mondo and his girlfriend Candy Fine, which persisted even after Mondo was turned into a mutant gecko.
** Not to be left behind, the [[ComicBook/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesMirage
despite being in their original incarnation of the TMNT]] has featured two different interspecies romances. The first occurred between Michelangelo and "Seri" (reptilian alien), while the second will occur between Leonardo and human superheroine Radical several years into the series' future.\\
\\
However in ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2012'' Donatello (Donnie) is in love with April O'Neil [[spoiler:April O'Neil is soon revealed to be actually a MUTANT of half Kraang Alien/half human.]] Also there is Leonardo(Mutant Ninja Turtle)& Karai (full human) However since Karai is part of the Foot clan, they had become rivals especially since [[spoiler: Karai is actually Miwa & the daughter of Master Splinter & it is soon revealed to be the daughter of Master Splinter & his wife Teng Shen. Though she does not know it herself, though Leonardo was clearly very attracted to her]].
forms]].



** [[{{Comicbook/Nextwave}} FIN FANG FOOM! Has been burning with the desire to mate since 1956!\\
FIN FANG FOOM! Has absolutely no genitalia whatsoever!\\
FIN FANG FOOM! Oh, you cannot]] ''[[Comicbook/{{Nextwave}} imagine]]'' [[{{Comicbook/Nextwave}} how pissed off he is.]]

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* ComicBook/LesLegendaires has [[TheLancer Gryf]], a [[BeastMan Jaguarian]], being part of a LoveTriangle with [[ActionGirl Shimy]], an [[OurElvesAreBetter Elf]] with ElementalPowers, and [[SixthRanger Shun-Day]], an [[OurDemonsAreDifferent artificially magically engeneered being created from the arm of a demonical]] EvilSorcerer. It also has [[EvilTwin Dark Jadina]], an evil clone of one of the protagonist, being the DarkMistress of [[BiggerBad Anathos]], a GodOfEvil;
** [[{{Comicbook/Nextwave}} FIN FANG FOOM! Has been burning The concept is actually lampshaded in-universe when Shimy asks her mother, Captain Shamira, how she'd react if she was gonna marry a human. Shamira expresses discomfort with the desire idea, merely answering her daughter to mate since 1956!\\
FIN FANG FOOM! Has absolutely no genitalia whatsoever!\\
FIN FANG FOOM! Oh, you cannot]] ''[[Comicbook/{{Nextwave}} imagine]]'' [[{{Comicbook/Nextwave}} how pissed off he is.
shut up. [[spoiler:Ironically, [[HypocriticalHumor Shamira later has herself a relationship with human king Halan]].]]



* A notable storyline in Comicbook/TheAvengers had Mantis (human) married to a telepathic alien ''tree''.
* ''Comicbook/DoomPatrol'' villains the Brain ([[BrainInAJar a disembodied human brain]]) and Monsieur Mallah ([[EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys a genetically altered super intelligent gorilla]]). For some reason, when comics fans discuss this, they only focus on the fact that they're gay.
** Considering they're a crack pairing from the start, there's really not much else to discuss. Except maybe what poking a brain with THAT feels like.
*** Interestingly, there are no nerve endings in the brain for registering pain. That means Mallah could do anything he wanted to with the Brain, and he would never feel it.
* Echiboo (hamster) and Luna-P (pig) in ''Manga/AoiHouse''. Pretty much [[GagSeries par for the course,]] actually.
* ''[[ComicBook/TwoThousandAD 2000 AD's]]'' ''Lobster Random'' ... a mechanophile. That is a (modified) human who is sexually attracted to robots. And not human looking robots either...
* ''Astonishing {{Comicbook/X-Men}}'': Beast/Brand. Complicated, since he's a human mutant who became more animalistic as he got older and now looks like a giant blue cat, and she looks mostly human and is actually half-alien. Apparently her dad was a huge blue furry thing, which [[DaddysGirl takes it into even more perverted territory]].
* In the WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck comic "The Old Castle's Secret," the jewel thief Diamond Dick claims that he knew about the hidden [=McDuck=] treasure because his "third wife was a [=McDuck=] on her great grandfather's side." Diamond Dick is a dog. Apparently something... interesting... has been going on in the [=McDuck=] family tree.
** ComicBook/DisneyMouseAndDuckComics in general occasionally have mixed-species pairs showing up as background characters in a panel or two.
* The eventual romance and implied sexual relationship between ComicBook/JimmyOlsen (human, with some plot-related variations) and the Forager ([[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe really hot female purple-skinned alien bounty hunter humanoid INSECT]]) in ''Comicbook/CountdownToFinalCrisis''.
* Toyed with in Creator/FrankMiller's ''ComicBook/TheDarkKnightStrikesAgain'', where Hal Jordan [[spoiler: whose control over his powers now renders him virtually omnipotent]], has left Earth and is now living [[spoiler: on Mars]], where he lives a happy, wholesome family life with his wife and son. Unlike most examples of this trope, the [[spoiler: Martians]] are not rendered physically attractive or appealing in any way; Hal Jordan instead uses his power [[spoiler: to make himself a Martian, completely capable of maintaining the form indefinitely, as well as capable of breeding with other Martians]], and is extremely reluctant to return to Earth [[spoiler: after receiving Batman's transmission]], until his wife urges him to help his own people. He only reverts back to his human form after he has already left [[spoiler: Mars]], and is quick to return as soon as his business on Earth has been finished [[spoiler: which involved him multiplying his size to that of many times the Earth, able to grasp the entire planet in his fist, crushing Lex Luthor's planet wide multi-trillion dollar WMD satellite network while leaving the planet itself unharmed.]]
* In addition to Brainiac 5 (mentioned above), ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} (Kryptonian) had a quasi-romantic friendship with [[Franchise/TheFlash Captain Boomerang]] (human) and an actual romance with Apokolips native Power Boy. And had a crush on [[ComicBook/{{Nightwing}} Dick Grayson]], but that [[MrFanservice hardly counts]].



* ComicBook/RomSpaceKnight was in love with the Terran Brandy. On the plus side, Rom is a Galadorian, basically a branch of the human race. On the minus side, he'd been cyborged into an all-covering suit of plandanium armor. On the plus side, it was theoretically possible for him to become a normal man again. Still, whether Rom and Brandy count as an interspecies liaison is a judgement call.
* DC once printed an {{Elseworld}} story (back when they're still called "Imaginary Stories") where Lois Lane had been killed after {{Franchise/Superman}} settled down and had a daughter with her. At one point, he created a robot duplicate of her, which [[http://www.supermanfan.net/main/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/loisdead-robot.jpg proved to be all too lifelike]]. Apparently, UncannyValley doesn't faze some people.
* [[Comicbook/FantasticFour Johnny Storm]] and his former wife [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe Lyja]]. (Johnny had thought that she was human when he married her - she's a [[{{Shapeshifting}} Skrull.)]] In the ''ComicBook/MarvelComics2'' Universe they are still married and have a son, Torus.
* There's a children's comic called ''Mr. Badger and Mrs. Fox'', it's meant as AnAesop about blended families.
* The Comicbook/IncredibleHulk (gamma-irradiated human) with Jarella (from K'ai) and Caiera (Shadow Person). He had two sons from his relationship with Caiera.
* In the Creator/HowardChaykin comic ''Comicbook/AmericanFlagg!'', one of Raul the (talking) Cat's favorite TV programs was titled "Interspecies Romances."
* Crusader Adam of Destine (later simply Adam Destine) and the djinn Elalyth, parents of the Destines in ''Comicbook/ClanDestine''.
* The North Wind and [[spoiler: Bigby's mother Winter]] from ''ComicBook/{{Fables}}''. [[TheBigBadWolf Bigby]] and Literature/{{Snow White|AndTheSevenDwarfs}}.
** Bufkin and Lily Martagon are a unique example. He's a flying monkey and she's a tiny fairy-like Barleycorn Girl. She considered herself his girlfriend, but he didn't reciprocate any romantic feelings due to the species and size barriers. However, [[spoiler: in the epilogue of their story, it's revealed that on several occasions throughout their many adventures in Oz, one or both of them were magically transformed into compatible species. During these times, they got married and had many children. At the end of their lives, they were still living together and in a very loving relationship despite being in their original forms]].
* ComicBook/LesLegendaires has [[TheLancer Gryf]], a [[BeastMan Jaguarian]], being part of a LoveTriangle with [[ActionGirl Shimy]], an [[OurElvesAreBetter Elf]] with ElementalPowers, and [[SixthRanger Shun-Day]], an [[OurDemonsAreDifferent artificially magically engeneered being created from the arm of a demonical]] EvilSorcerer. It also has [[EvilTwin Dark Jadina]], an evil clone of one of the protagonist, being the DarkMistress of [[BiggerBad Anathos]], a GodOfEvil;
** The concept is actually lampshaded in-universe when Shimy asks her mother, Captain Shamira, how she'd react if she was gonna marry a human. Shamira expresses discomfort with the idea, merely answering her daughter to shut up. [[spoiler:Ironically, [[HypocriticalHumor Shamira later has herself a relationship with human king Halan]].]]
* ''ComicBook/WerewolfByNight'''s Jack Russell (a werewolf) has had several long term relationships with human women.
* ''ComicStrip/{{BC}}'' has John the tortoise and Dookie Bird, who also had a fling with a pelican at one point.
* RocketRaccoon ([[SpeciesSurname take a wild guess what he is]]) and quite a wide variety of alien species. In his original mini-series, his girlfriend was Lylla (anthropomorphic otter). In his 2014 series he has been shown to have a brief relationship with Princess Lynx (alien, cat-girl). In the 2014 ComicBook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy annual, Rocket is shown to have 3 sons (which he insists are nephews) whose mother is clearly some sort of blue skinned alien.
* ''ComicBook/{{Deadpool}}'' briefly was married to an alien woman name Orksa who resembled a anthropomorphic yellow hippopotamus. They divorced on good terms so she could be with someone who loved her more than he did. Both her previous husband and her next one also appeared to be different species than her. He later got married to a [[HornyDevils Succubus]] named Shiklah, who though can appear mostly human, is actually a huge purple demon. Deadpool met her when Dracula hired Deadpool to bring her to him for their arranged marriage.
* ''ComicBook/AstroCity'' has Rex and Natalie of the First Family. He's a giant orange dinosaur monster with rocky scales and the prince of Monstro City; she's an energy being who internalizes her powers to become a SizeShifter giantess.
* In ''{{ComicBook/Circles}}'', there are few repeated species. One exception are Doug, his ex-fiancée and their son, who are all Otters.

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* ComicBook/RomSpaceKnight was in love The Archie-published ''ComicBook/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesAdventures'' featured three such relationships. The first two involved mutant turtle Raphael, who became involved with the Terran Brandy. two mutant fox women at different points of his life, and even ended up marrying one of them. On the plus side, Rom is a Galadorian, basically a branch of other hand, there was the human race. On the minus side, he'd been cyborged into an all-covering suit of plandanium armor. On the plus side, it was theoretically possible for him to become a normal man again. Still, whether Rom and Brandy count as an interspecies liaison is a judgement call.
* DC once printed an {{Elseworld}} story (back when they're still called "Imaginary Stories") where Lois Lane had been killed after {{Franchise/Superman}} settled down and had a daughter with her. At one point, he created a robot duplicate of her, which [[http://www.supermanfan.net/main/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/loisdead-robot.jpg proved to be all too lifelike]]. Apparently, UncannyValley doesn't faze some people.
* [[Comicbook/FantasticFour Johnny Storm]] and his former wife [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe Lyja]]. (Johnny had thought that she was human when he married her - she's a [[{{Shapeshifting}} Skrull.)]] In the ''ComicBook/MarvelComics2'' Universe they are still married and have a son, Torus.
* There's a children's comic called ''Mr. Badger and Mrs. Fox'', it's meant as AnAesop about blended families.
* The Comicbook/IncredibleHulk (gamma-irradiated human) with Jarella (from K'ai) and Caiera (Shadow Person). He had two sons from his
relationship with Caiera.between musician Mondo and his girlfriend Candy Fine, which persisted even after Mondo was turned into a mutant gecko.
* In ** Not to be left behind, the Creator/HowardChaykin comic ''Comicbook/AmericanFlagg!'', one of Raul the (talking) Cat's favorite TV programs was titled "Interspecies Romances."
* Crusader Adam of Destine (later simply Adam Destine) and the djinn Elalyth, parents of the Destines in ''Comicbook/ClanDestine''.
* The North Wind and [[spoiler: Bigby's mother Winter]] from ''ComicBook/{{Fables}}''. [[TheBigBadWolf Bigby]] and Literature/{{Snow White|AndTheSevenDwarfs}}.
** Bufkin and Lily Martagon are a unique example. He's a flying monkey and she's a tiny fairy-like Barleycorn Girl. She considered herself his girlfriend, but he didn't reciprocate any romantic feelings due to the species and size barriers. However, [[spoiler: in the epilogue of their story, it's revealed that on several occasions throughout their many adventures in Oz, one or both of them were magically transformed into compatible species. During these times, they got married and had many children. At the end of their lives, they were still living together and in a very loving relationship despite being in their
[[ComicBook/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesMirage original forms]].
* ComicBook/LesLegendaires has [[TheLancer Gryf]], a [[BeastMan Jaguarian]], being part of a LoveTriangle with [[ActionGirl Shimy]], an [[OurElvesAreBetter Elf]] with ElementalPowers, and [[SixthRanger Shun-Day]], an [[OurDemonsAreDifferent artificially magically engeneered being created from the arm of a demonical]] EvilSorcerer. It also has [[EvilTwin Dark Jadina]], an evil clone of one
incarnation of the protagonist, being the DarkMistress of [[BiggerBad Anathos]], a GodOfEvil;
** The concept is actually lampshaded in-universe when Shimy asks her mother, Captain Shamira, how she'd react if she was gonna marry a human. Shamira expresses discomfort with the idea, merely answering her daughter to shut up. [[spoiler:Ironically, [[HypocriticalHumor Shamira later
TMNT]] has herself a relationship with human king Halan]].]]
* ''ComicBook/WerewolfByNight'''s Jack Russell (a werewolf) has had several long term relationships with human women.
* ''ComicStrip/{{BC}}'' has John the tortoise and Dookie Bird, who also had a fling with a pelican at one point.
* RocketRaccoon ([[SpeciesSurname take a wild guess what he is]]) and quite a wide variety of alien species. In his original mini-series, his girlfriend was Lylla (anthropomorphic otter). In his 2014 series he has been shown to have a brief relationship with Princess Lynx (alien, cat-girl). In the 2014 ComicBook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy annual, Rocket is shown to have 3 sons (which he insists are nephews) whose mother is clearly some sort of blue skinned alien.
* ''ComicBook/{{Deadpool}}'' briefly was married to an alien woman name Orksa who resembled a anthropomorphic yellow hippopotamus. They divorced on good terms so she could be with someone who loved her more than he did. Both her previous husband and her next one also appeared to be
featured two different species than her. He later got married to a [[HornyDevils Succubus]] named Shiklah, who though can appear mostly human, is actually a huge purple demon. Deadpool met her when Dracula hired Deadpool to bring her to him for their arranged marriage.
* ''ComicBook/AstroCity'' has Rex
interspecies romances. The first occurred between Michelangelo and Natalie of "Seri" (reptilian alien), while the First Family. He's a giant orange dinosaur monster with rocky scales second will occur between Leonardo and human superheroine Radical several years into the prince of Monstro City; she's an energy being who internalizes her powers to become a SizeShifter giantess.
* In ''{{ComicBook/Circles}}'', there are few repeated species. One exception are Doug, his ex-fiancée and their son, who are all Otters.
series' future.



* ''ComicBook/BuckGodotZapGunForHire'' subverts this.
** Buck dismisses Louisa, who is human, (albeit of a different sub-species), who has been modified to be irresistible to men as "too skinny". Of course, there's also the small issue that Hoffmanites like Buck, [[{{Heavyworlder}} coming from a high-G world]], tend to find other humans "too fragile". Meanwhile, the above-mentioned Ms. Louisa Dem Five proudly runs a multi-species ''brothel''...
** He also, when dropping in on his alien bartender's girlfriend sunbathing in the nude comments that "You aren't compatible with humans! I don't even know which bits I'm supposed to be looking at!" [[spoiler: He then gives her some [[HilarityEnsues very specific compliments]].]]

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* ''ComicBook/BuckGodotZapGunForHire'' subverts this.
** Buck dismisses Louisa, who is human, (albeit
The entire point of a different sub-species), who has been modified to be irresistible to men as "too skinny". Of course, there's also the small issue that Hoffmanites like Buck, [[{{Heavyworlder}} coming from a high-G world]], tend to find other humans "too fragile". Meanwhile, the above-mentioned Ms. Louisa Dem Five proudly runs a multi-species ''brothel''...
** He also, when dropping in on his alien bartender's girlfriend sunbathing in the nude comments that "You aren't compatible with humans! I don't even know which bits I'm supposed to be looking at!" [[spoiler: He then gives her some [[HilarityEnsues very specific compliments]].]]
Creator/PhilFoglio's adult comic ''{{xXxenophile}}''.
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** There are other Titan couples as well, such as ComicBook/{{Superboy}} (human/alien hybrid) and WonderGirl (demigod).

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** There are other Titan couples as well, such as ComicBook/{{Superboy}} (human/alien hybrid) and WonderGirl ComicBook/WonderGirl (demigod).
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* ''ComicBook/BuckGodotZapGunForHire'' subverts this.
** Buck dismisses Louisa, who is human, (albeit of a different sub-species), who has been modified to be irresistible to men as "too skinny". Of course, there's also the small issue that Hoffmanites like Buck, [[{{Heavyworlder}} coming from a high-G world]], tend to find other humans "too fragile". Meanwhile, the above-mentioned Ms. Louisa Dem Five proudly runs a multi-species ''brothel''...
** He also, when dropping in on his alien bartender's girlfriend sunbathing in the nude comments that "You aren't compatible with humans! I don't even know which bits I'm supposed to be looking at!" [[spoiler: He then gives her some [[HilarityEnsues very specific compliments]].]]
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* ''ComicBook/WarlordOfMars'' has it all over the place, but most prominently is the main couple: [[TheHero John Carter]] (an human from Earth) and [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe Dejah Thoris]] (Red Martian). Other examples include [[AllLoveIsUnrequited Thuvia]] (also a Red Martian) and [[VillainessWantsHeroes Phaidor]] (White Martian) being attracted to [[ChickMagnet Carter]], while [[TheCaligula Salensus Oll]] (a Yellow Martian) takes all three aforementioned ladies as his concubines, though in his case its more like one-sided perverse lust than true romance.

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* ''ComicBook/WarlordOfMars'' has it all over the place, but most prominently is the main couple: [[TheHero John Carter]] (an human from Earth) and [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe Dejah Thoris]] (Red Martian). Other examples include [[AllLoveIsUnrequited Thuvia]] (also a Red Martian) and [[VillainessWantsHeroes [[VillainessesWantHeroes Phaidor]] (White Martian) being attracted to [[ChickMagnet Carter]], while [[TheCaligula Salensus Oll]] (a Yellow Martian) takes all three aforementioned ladies as his concubines, though in his case its more like one-sided perverse lust than true romance.
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* ''ComicBook/WarlordOfMars'' has it all over the place, but most prominently is the main couple: John Carter (an human from Earth) and Dejah Thoris (Red Martian). Other examples include Thuvia (also a Red Martian) and Phaidor (White Martian) being attracted to Carter, while Salensus Oll (a Yellow Martian) takes all three aforementioned ladies as his concubines, though in his case its more like one-sided perverse lust than true romance.

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* ''ComicBook/WarlordOfMars'' has it all over the place, but most prominently is the main couple: [[TheHero John Carter Carter]] (an human from Earth) and [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe Dejah Thoris Thoris]] (Red Martian). Other examples include Thuvia [[AllLoveIsUnrequited Thuvia]] (also a Red Martian) and Phaidor [[VillainessWantsHeroes Phaidor]] (White Martian) being attracted to Carter, [[ChickMagnet Carter]], while [[TheCaligula Salensus Oll Oll]] (a Yellow Martian) takes all three aforementioned ladies as his concubines, though in his case its more like one-sided perverse lust than true romance.
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