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2nd Sep '16 5:13:01 PM DokutaMaki
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*** Another Omnitrix-wearing version of Gwen shows up in Omniverse. Since she's only a year older, most of this Gwen's aliens don't appear much more physically developed, with the exception of Wildvine, who possesses noticeable breasts despite being a) eleven, and b) a ''plant''.


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** Omniverse introduced a villainess named Subdora, a member of a race of vaguely anthropomorphic( Subdora herself being more humanoid than the other members of her species seen on screen), three-eyed salamanders. Not only is she fairly well-endowed for a salamander, she also wears a midriff-baring top which reveals that she possesses a navel.
31st Aug '16 11:01:25 PM dotheroar
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* In WesternAnimation/IceAgeTheMeltdown, Scrat meets a female squirrel with pecs.
20th Aug '16 7:22:29 AM rafi
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** [[http://outducks.org/webusers/webusers/2007/02/it_pk3_003a_001.jpg Lyla Lay]] in the modern version of the [[ComicBook/PaperinikNewAdventures Paperinik/Duck Avenger]] (Donald as a superhero) comic. Although she's not an actual anthropomorphic duck, but a droid designed to look like one.



** Daisy herself has appeared on occasion in the [[WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts old cartoons]] to have breasts in shorts like ''Mr. Duck Steps Out'' and ''Donald's Double Trouble.'' Obviously, this wasn't permanent, and except for a few instances like ''WesternAnimation/QuackPack'', she's been dodging the trope since then. She does, however, have a body shape that ''suggests'' womanly curves.



** [[http://img4.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20131208213619/paperpedia/it/images/thumb/3/3b/Kay_K_3.JPG/281px-Kay_K_3.JPG Kay K]] from ''ComicBook/DoubleDuck'' storyline (Donald as superspy).

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** Daisy herself has appeared on occasion in the [[WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts old cartoons]] to have breasts in shorts like ''Mr. Duck Steps Out'' and ''Donald's Double Trouble.'' Obviously, this wasn't permanent, and except for a few instances like ''WesternAnimation/QuackPack'', she's been dodging the trope since then. She does, however, have a body shape that ''suggests'' womanly curves.
** [[http://outducks.org/webusers/webusers/2007/02/it_pk3_003a_001.jpg Lyla Lay]] in the modern version of the [[ComicBook/PaperinikNewAdventures Paperinik/Duck Avenger]] (Donald as a superhero) comic as most of female duck characters. Although she's not an actual anthropomorphic duck, but a droid designed to look like one.
*** The actress Paperilla Starry, a minor character, show to be [[http://vignette3.wikia.nocookie.net/disney/images/8/89/Paperilla_Starry.jpg very busty]] in PKNA #15.
** [[http://img4.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20131208213619/paperpedia/it/images/thumb/3/3b/Kay_K_3.JPG/281px-Kay_K_3.JPG Kay K]] K]], the cute spy from ''ComicBook/DoubleDuck'' storyline (Donald as superspy).superspy) that is setted in the same universe of PK.
*** In this story when she's wearing a classy opera dress, even Daisy gets cleavage.
7th Aug '16 6:23:49 PM Mooncalf
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Starbound}}'', female Glitch (robots), Floran (plants) and Novakids (stellar gas creatures) all have quite a pair. The Glitch have the excuse that they're made to ''think'' they're organic people who nurse their young. Floran, by contrast, don't even have functional genders on anything other than a cosmetic level, and Novakid reproduction is a complete mystery to all outsiders.
24th Jul '16 7:01:45 AM TheNerfGuy
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* In the ''Franchise/{{Shadowchasers}}'' franchise, the ophidia are a race of SnakePeople where this is common for females, and NonMammalianHair is occasionally found on both genders. This is actually brought up one chapter of the second fic, where it states a female ophidia's mammaries are non-functional, and if they ever nursed their young, it was millennia ago. (And along with their hair, it also suggests they may be more closely related to humans than some members of ''both'' races will care to admit.)

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* In the ''Franchise/{{Shadowchasers}}'' franchise, ''FanFic/ShadowchasersSeries'', the ophidia are a race of SnakePeople where this is common for females, and NonMammalianHair is occasionally found on both genders. This is actually brought up one chapter of the second fic, where it states a female ophidia's mammaries are non-functional, and if they ever nursed their young, it was millennia ago. (And along with their hair, it also suggests they may be more closely related to humans than some members of ''both'' races will care to admit.)
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9th Jul '16 10:56:11 AM nombretomado
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* Whereas the ''Franchise/{{Bionicle}}'' toys are, for the most part, aversions, the movie redesigns played the trope straight, even if subtly. The best example being Toa Metru Nokama, who ''did'' have a cleavage, with the top-part of her inner gears sticking out (these gears were less prominent on her male partners). Roodaka's are, in an interesting twist, less pronounced in her movie design. Allegedly her toy, [[EvilIsSexy although popular with fans]], even caused complaining among certain groups for being so well endowed. However, WordOfGod says that even the males of her species are supposed to look exactly like her, though the only one we see is tiny and from the back.

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* Whereas the ''Franchise/{{Bionicle}}'' ''Toys/{{Bionicle}}'' toys are, for the most part, aversions, the movie redesigns played the trope straight, even if subtly. The best example being Toa Metru Nokama, who ''did'' have a cleavage, with the top-part of her inner gears sticking out (these gears were less prominent on her male partners). Roodaka's are, in an interesting twist, less pronounced in her movie design. Allegedly her toy, [[EvilIsSexy although popular with fans]], even caused complaining among certain groups for being so well endowed. However, WordOfGod says that even the males of her species are supposed to look exactly like her, though the only one we see is tiny and from the back.
1st Jul '16 11:27:57 AM Sharlee
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* Raunchy versions of Aristophanes' ''Theater/TheBirds'' include lines about a rooster crowing when he feels his morning ''erection'' rather than the coming dawn. Some performances in ancient times illustrated this with a chicken-costumed actor sporting a GagPenis.

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* Raunchy versions of Aristophanes' ''Theater/TheBirds'' ''Theatre/TheBirds'' include lines about a rooster crowing when he feels his morning ''erection'' rather than the coming dawn. Some performances in ancient times illustrated this with a chicken-costumed actor sporting a GagPenis.
1st Jul '16 11:26:55 AM Sharlee
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* Raunchy versions of Aristophanes' ''Theater/TheBirds'' include lines about a rooster crowing when he feels his morning ''erection'' rather than the coming dawn.

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* Raunchy versions of Aristophanes' ''Theater/TheBirds'' include lines about a rooster crowing when he feels his morning ''erection'' rather than the coming dawn.
dawn. Some performances in ancient times illustrated this with a chicken-costumed actor sporting a GagPenis.
1st Jul '16 11:25:06 AM Sharlee
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1st Jul '16 11:24:39 AM Sharlee
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* Raunchy versions of Aristophanes' ''Theater/TheBirds'' include lines about a rooster crowing when he feels his morning ''erection'' rather than the coming dawn.
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