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14th Apr '17 2:06:58 PM geekgecko
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* Alexa from ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' (both the game and the anime counterparts), an attractive journalist from Kalos who is always looking out for a new scoop. She takes an important role in several episodes in both Kalos and the Decolore Islands.
9th Apr '17 1:46:37 PM nombretomado
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%%* Jane Valderama from ''SaintsRow2''.

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%%* Jane Valderama from ''SaintsRow2''.''VideoGame/SaintsRow2''.
5th Apr '17 11:44:22 AM rafi
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* April O'Neil from the 80's ''[[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles]]'' cartoon (pictured in the page image) has had Donatello, Michelangelo, Vernon, Rat King, and Shredder lusting after her at various times, DependingOnTheWriter.
* Daisy Duck in ''WesternAnimation/QuackPack'' attracts attention from more would-be suitors than just Donald, leading to several episodes where Donald is actively competing for her affection with other characters.

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* April O'Neil from An early ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' episode gave Meg a crush on the 80's ''[[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles]]'' cartoon (pictured in the page image) has had Donatello, Michelangelo, Vernon, Rat King, and Shredder lusting after her at various times, DependingOnTheWriter.
* Daisy Duck in ''WesternAnimation/QuackPack'' attracts attention from more would-be suitors than just Donald, leading to several episodes where Donald is actively competing for her affection with other characters.
local anchor Tom Tucker.



%%* Ann Gora from ''WesternAnimation/SWATKats''.

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%%* Ann Gora * Shandra Jimenez from ''WesternAnimation/SWATKats''.''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'', abeauty woman and reporter for a local news channel that seems far more professional than the Gravity Falls Gossiper.



* On ''WordGirl,'' the title character has a crush on [[SchoolNewspaperNewshound Todd "Scoops" Ming]]. Of course, fifth-grade boys aren't exactly the norm for this trope.
* An early ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' episode gave Meg a crush on the local anchor Tom Tucker.
* Shandra Jimenez from ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls''

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* On ''WordGirl,'' the title character has a crush on [[SchoolNewspaperNewshound Todd "Scoops" Ming]]. Of course, fifth-grade boys aren't exactly the norm for this trope.
* An early ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' episode gave Meg a crush on the local anchor Tom Tucker.
* Shandra Jimenez
Daisy Duck in ''WesternAnimation/QuackPack'' attracts attention from ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls''more would-be suitors than just Donald, leading to several episodes where Donald is actively competing for her affection with other characters.
%%* Ann Gora from ''WesternAnimation/SWATKats''.
* April O'Neil from the 80's ''[[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles]]'' cartoon (pictured in the page image) has had Donatello, Michelangelo, Vernon, Rat King, and Shredder lusting after her at various times, DependingOnTheWriter.


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* On ''WesternAnimation/WordGirl,'' the title character has a crush on [[SchoolNewspaperNewshound Todd "Scoops" Ming]]. Of course, fifth-grade boys aren't exactly the norm for this trope.
2nd Apr '17 12:15:01 PM nombretomado
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%%* Maya Amano from ''{{Persona 2}}''.

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%%* Maya Amano from ''{{Persona ''VideoGame/{{Persona 2}}''.
31st Mar '17 12:38:29 PM geekgecko
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* Sam Sparks from ''Film/CloudyWithAChanceOfMeatballs'', who is [[spoiler: also Flint Lockwood's girlfriend]], and was hired because "[[HiredForTheirLooks She's cute]]". She [[spoiler: eventually subverts this later on in the movie by tying up her hair and putting on glasses, becoming somewhat less attractive but also more confident and less ditzy.]]
26th Mar '17 12:00:37 PM fearlessnikki
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* FCW had their own spin on this trope - Jenny Cash, the hot gossip columnist. She presented a 30-second 'Express News & Gossip' segment, while also proclaiming herself "FCW's most expensive Diva" and going on about how she was part of TheBeautifulElite.
23rd Mar '17 8:01:28 AM dmcreif
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* [[Creator/DeborahAnnWoll Karen Page]] from ''Series/Daredevil2015'' and ''Series/ThePunisher''. She is mentored in fact-finding and gathering by Ben Urich throughout season 1 of ''Daredevil'', and her investigative work into Frank Castle in season 2 impresses Mitchell Ellison enough for him to hire her on at the ''New York Bulletin''.

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* [[Creator/DeborahAnnWoll Karen Page]] from ''Series/Daredevil2015'' ''Series/Daredevil2015'', ''Series/IronFist2017'', ''Series/TheDefenders2017'', and ''Series/ThePunisher''. She is mentored in fact-finding and gathering by Ben Urich throughout season 1 of ''Daredevil'', and her investigative work into Frank Castle in season 2 impresses Mitchell Ellison enough for him to hire her on at the ''New York Bulletin''. She also has connections to two of the Defenders, as Matt's former office assistant, and also leaking a story on Danny Rand's decision to close a Rand chemical plant.
16th Mar '17 9:02:33 PM dmcreif
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* [[Creator/DeborahAnnWoll Karen Page]] from ''Series/Daredevil2015'' and ''Series/ThePunisher''. She is mentored in fact-finding and gathering by Ben Urich throughout season 1 of ''Daredevil'', and her investigative work into Frank Castle in season 2 impresses Mitchell Ellison enough for him to hire her on at the ''New York Bulletin''.
7th Mar '17 9:55:16 AM ablackraptor
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A popular character in action movies and cop shows, as it's a good way to introduce a love interest who has a plausible reason for following the hero into danger. Sometimes overlaps with ActionGirl, though it predates the latter trope's popularity by a good many decades, as it was more acceptable for a woman to be a nosy Boswell than a butt-kicking Battle Babe.

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A popular character in action movies and cop shows, as it's a good way to introduce a love interest who has a plausible reason for following the hero into danger. Sometimes overlaps with ActionGirl, though it predates the latter trope's popularity by a good many decades, as it was more acceptable for a woman to be a nosy Boswell than a butt-kicking Battle Babe.
Babe. Likewise, this is a particularly common choice for superhero love interests, for the same reason as above, while also making a convenient excuse as to ''why'' the hero needs to keep saving the same woman over-and-over.



%%* ''Franchise/{{Superman}}''
%%** Lois Lane, Superman's primary LoveInterest, may be one of the earliest examples of the trope.
%%** While Superman is, well, a superhero, his Clark Kent facade has been referred to as quite handsome once in a while.
%%* Vicki Vale, particularly/ridiculously with Creator/FrankMiller's ''ComicBook/AllStarBatmanAndRobinTheBoyWonder'' take on her.
%%* Betty Brant from ''{{Spider-Man}}''. Also Norah Winters, who is very, ''very'' aware that she falls into this category.
%%* Iris West and Linda Park from ''Comicbook/TheFlash''. Both were reporters, love interests, and later wives of the second and third incarnations of the Flash respectively.

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%%* * ''Franchise/{{Superman}}''
%%** ** Lois Lane, Superman's primary LoveInterest, may be one of the earliest examples of the trope.
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trope; in almost all her incarnations she's a very attractive woman who's also an exceptional reporter.
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While Superman is, well, a superhero, his Clark Kent facade has been referred to as quite handsome once in a while.
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while. He tries to downplay this best he can however, but he's still something of a ChickMagnet, making him a male example of this.
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Vicki Vale, particularly/ridiculously who sometimes serves as a Lois Lane expy for Batman/Gotham-related comics, likewise tends to be depicted as both a particularly attractive woman and a skilled reporter. This was taken to a ridiculous extreme with Creator/FrankMiller's ''ComicBook/AllStarBatmanAndRobinTheBoyWonder'' take on her.
%%* * Betty Brant from ''{{Spider-Man}}''. Also ''{{Spider-Man}}'', though originally an assistant, eventually became a reporter herself, and was always depicted as a pretty young woman; this was best exemplified in the Flash Thompson ''ComicBook/{{Venom}} series during the time where she was Flash's love interest.
** After ''ComicBook/OneMoreDay'',
Norah Winters, Winters is introduced, a reporter who is very, ''very'' aware that she falls into this category.
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category, and serves as one of Peter's potential new love interests.
** Though a freelance photogropher rather than a journalist, like Clark Kent Peter himself can fall into this. Though initially quite a skinny looking youth, he's often drawn as the PrettyBoy, and he's something of a magnet for women.
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Iris West and Linda Park from ''Comicbook/TheFlash''. Both were reporters, love interests, and later wives of the second and third incarnations of the Flash respectively.respectively. Both are typically very attractive women (less so for Iris after Barry's death, where she returns from the future as a grandmother), with Linda in particular being a minor MsFanservice.
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