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17th Oct '17 5:14:39 PM LadyNorbert
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* In ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'', Charlie Brown and Peppermint Patty are often shipped. To make things better in the cartoon and theater adaption, Peppermint Patty sings a song to Charlie when he asks what is love. The title? Poor Sweet Baby.

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* In ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'', Charlie Brown and Peppermint Patty are often shipped. To make things better in the cartoon and theater adaption, Peppermint Patty sings a song to Charlie when he asks what is love. The title? Poor "Poor Sweet Baby."



* ''Secret of the Wings'' Periwinkle asks Tinkerbell (speaking of Terrence) "So is he your boyfriend?" "Uuuuhhhhh", cut to next scene without finishing sentence.

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* ''Secret In ''[[Franchise/DisneyFairies The Secret of the Wings'' Wings]],'' Periwinkle asks Tinkerbell (speaking of Terrence) "So is he your boyfriend?" "Uuuuhhhhh", "Uuuuhhhhh," cut to next scene without finishing sentence.



* In the ending of ''Disney/WreckItRalph'' Rancis Fluggerbutter is seen checking out Vanellope von Schweetz with interest several times after his memories, along with the other racers, have been restored and it's revealed that [[spoiler:Vanellope was the true and real ruler of Sugar Rush]]. The animators went so far to write a book about it, called One Sweet Race, where Rancis, sick of losing and never winning a Sugar Rush cup, gets Vanellope to help him build a kart to win a race for once.
* In ''WesternAnimation/TheSecretOfNIMH'' heroine Mrs. Brisby and the Captain of the Guard, Justin, flirt a few times, but both have more important things on their minds (not to mention that Mrs. Brisby is the widow of one of Justin's old friends).

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* In the ending of ''Disney/WreckItRalph'' Rancis Fluggerbutter is seen checking out Vanellope von Schweetz with interest several times after his memories, along with those of the other racers, have been restored and it's revealed that [[spoiler:Vanellope was is the true and real ruler of Sugar Rush]]. The animators went so far to write a book about it, called One ''One Sweet Race, where Rancis, Race'', in which Rancis - sick of losing and never winning a Sugar Rush cup, cup - gets Vanellope to help him build a kart to win a race for once.
* In ''WesternAnimation/TheSecretOfNIMH'' ''WesternAnimation/TheSecretOfNIMH,'' the heroine Mrs. Brisby and the Captain of the Guard, Justin, flirt a few times, but both have more important things on their minds (not to mention that Mrs. Brisby is the widow of one of Justin's old friends).



* ''{{Disney/Zootopia}}'': A favorite activity of the fandom is speculation on whether the relationship between Judy and Nick will remain as best friends or evolve into a romantic relationship. WordOfGod confirms that they have a very deep friendship and their final exchange on-screen leaves the state of their relationship open-ended...

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* ''{{Disney/Zootopia}}'': A favorite activity of the fandom is speculation on whether the relationship between Judy and Nick will remain as best friends or evolve into a romantic relationship. WordOfGod confirms that they have a very deep friendship and their final exchange on-screen onscreen leaves the state of their relationship open-ended...
29th Jun '17 1:53:32 AM SilverFang
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** ''ComicBook/UncannyAvengers'' has {{ComicBook/Rogue}} and ''{{Deadpool}}'' playing this trope big time. Rogue couldn't stand him at first, but they slowly developed a genuine bond -enough so that Wade takes Rogue to see his daughter, whom he asks Rogue to watch over if she becomes a mutant. Rogue readily agrees to have Ellie's back. In addition to shared moments here and there between the two that hint at deeper feelings. It finally comes to a head in chapter 22, after the team defeats Red Skull. They celebrate their victory, but Deadpool sneaks out after a while -still nursing injuries from the beating he took by mind-controlled Rogue. She follows him, and sadly asks if he hates her for what she did. He quickly says he doesn't, but confesses that he digs her too much to ruin her, which he would do. Rogue flies him above the city, and gives him a BigDamnKiss. After they descend, Deadpool tells her that she deserves better, and that she only likes him because she doesn't fully know him. Rogue kisses him again. She is firm in her feelings, and tells Deadpool that the stuff in his head in a relief after having Red Skull in her's. He notes that as the most romantic thing anyone's said to him, and in the next panel we see them continuing their lip-locking elsewhere.

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** ''ComicBook/UncannyAvengers'' has {{ComicBook/Rogue}} and ''{{Deadpool}}'' playing this trope big time. Rogue couldn't stand him at first, but they slowly developed a genuine bond -enough so that Wade takes Rogue to see his daughter, whom he asks Rogue to watch over if she becomes a mutant. Rogue readily agrees to have Ellie's back. In addition to shared moments here and there between the two that hint at deeper feelings. It finally comes to a head in chapter 22, after the team defeats Red Skull. They celebrate their victory, but Deadpool sneaks out after a while -still nursing injuries from the beating he took by mind-controlled Rogue. She follows him, and sadly asks if he hates her for what she did. He quickly says he doesn't, but confesses that he digs her too much to ruin her, which he would do. when Rogue flies him above the city, and gives him a BigDamnKiss. After they descend, Afterwards, Deadpool tells her that she deserves better, and that she only likes him because she doesn't fully know him. Rogue kisses him again. She is firm again -unmoving in her feelings, and feelings. She tells Deadpool him that the stuff in his head in is a relief after having Red Skull in her's. He notes that as the most romantic thing anyone's said to him, and in him. In the next panel we see them continuing their lip-locking kissing elsewhere.
29th Jun '17 1:51:08 AM SilverFang
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** ''ComicBook/UncannyAvengers'' has {{ComicBook/Rogue}} and ''{{Deadpool}}'' playing this trope big time. Rogue couldn't stand him at first, but they slowly developed a genuine bond -enough so that Wade takes Rogue to see his daughter, whom he asks Rogue to watch over if she becomes a mutant. Rogue readily agrees to have Ellie's back. In addition to shared moments here and there between the two that hint at deeper feelings. It finally comes to a head in chapter 22, after the team defeats Red Skull. They celebrate their victory, but Deadpool sneaks out after a while -still nursing injuries from the beating he took by mind-controlled Rogue. She follows him, and sadly asks if he hates her for what she did. He quickly says he doesn't, but confesses that he digs her too much to ruin her, which he would do. Rogue flies him above the city, and gives him a BigDamnKiss. After they descend, Deadpool tries to tell her that she deserves better, and says she only likes him because she doesn't fully know him. Rogue kisses him again. She is firm in her feelings, and tells Deadpool that the stuff in his head in a relief after having Red Skull in her's. He notes that as the most romantic thing anyone's said to him, and in the next panel we see them continuing their lip-locking elsewhere.

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** ''ComicBook/UncannyAvengers'' has {{ComicBook/Rogue}} and ''{{Deadpool}}'' playing this trope big time. Rogue couldn't stand him at first, but they slowly developed a genuine bond -enough so that Wade takes Rogue to see his daughter, whom he asks Rogue to watch over if she becomes a mutant. Rogue readily agrees to have Ellie's back. In addition to shared moments here and there between the two that hint at deeper feelings. It finally comes to a head in chapter 22, after the team defeats Red Skull. They celebrate their victory, but Deadpool sneaks out after a while -still nursing injuries from the beating he took by mind-controlled Rogue. She follows him, and sadly asks if he hates her for what she did. He quickly says he doesn't, but confesses that he digs her too much to ruin her, which he would do. Rogue flies him above the city, and gives him a BigDamnKiss. After they descend, Deadpool tries to tell tells her that she deserves better, and says that she only likes him because she doesn't fully know him. Rogue kisses him again. She is firm in her feelings, and tells Deadpool that the stuff in his head in a relief after having Red Skull in her's. He notes that as the most romantic thing anyone's said to him, and in the next panel we see them continuing their lip-locking elsewhere.
29th Jun '17 1:48:41 AM SilverFang
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** ''ComicBook/UncannyAvengers'' has{{ComicBook/Rogue}} and ''{{Deadpool}}'' playing this trope big time. Rogue couldn't stand him at first, but they slowly developed a genuine bond -enough so that Wade takes Rogue to see his daughter, whom he asks Rogue to watch over if she becomes a mutant. Rogue readily agrees to have Ellie's back. In addition to shared moments here and there between the two that hint at deeper feelings. It finally comes to a head in chapter 22, after the team defeats Red Skull. They celebrate their victory, but Deadpool sneaks out after a while -still nursing injuries from the beating he took by mind-controlled Rogue. She follows him, and sadly asks if he hates her for what she did. He quickly says he doesn't, but confesses that he digs her too much to ruin her, which he would do. Rogue flies him above the city, and gives him a BigDamnKiss. After they descend, Deadpool tries to tell her that she deserves better, and says she only likes him because she doesn't fully know him. Rogue kisses him again. She is firm in her feelings, and tells Deadpool that the stuff in his head in a relief after having Red Skull in her's. He notes that as the most romantic thing anyone's said to him, and in the next panel we see them continuing their lip-locking elsewhere.

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** ''ComicBook/UncannyAvengers'' has{{ComicBook/Rogue}} has {{ComicBook/Rogue}} and ''{{Deadpool}}'' playing this trope big time. Rogue couldn't stand him at first, but they slowly developed a genuine bond -enough so that Wade takes Rogue to see his daughter, whom he asks Rogue to watch over if she becomes a mutant. Rogue readily agrees to have Ellie's back. In addition to shared moments here and there between the two that hint at deeper feelings. It finally comes to a head in chapter 22, after the team defeats Red Skull. They celebrate their victory, but Deadpool sneaks out after a while -still nursing injuries from the beating he took by mind-controlled Rogue. She follows him, and sadly asks if he hates her for what she did. He quickly says he doesn't, but confesses that he digs her too much to ruin her, which he would do. Rogue flies him above the city, and gives him a BigDamnKiss. After they descend, Deadpool tries to tell her that she deserves better, and says she only likes him because she doesn't fully know him. Rogue kisses him again. She is firm in her feelings, and tells Deadpool that the stuff in his head in a relief after having Red Skull in her's. He notes that as the most romantic thing anyone's said to him, and in the next panel we see them continuing their lip-locking elsewhere.
29th Jun '17 1:48:02 AM SilverFang
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** ''ComicBook/UncannyAvengers'' : Rogue and Deadpool seem to fit this trope since Deadpool started working with The Avengers. Rogue couldn't stand him at first, but they slowly developed a genuine bond -enough so that Wade takes Rogue to see his daughter, whom he asks Rogue to watch over if she becomes a mutant, which Rogue readily agrees to do. Recently, the team defeats Red Skull, because of Deadpool, but he took a severe beating from a mind-controlled Rogue in the process. Later, the team celebrate their victory, but Deadpool sneaks out after a bit, still nursing injuries. She follows him, and sadly asks if he hates her for what she did. He firmly tells her that he does not hate her. He admits that he digs her too much to ruin her, which he would do. Rogue silences him by flying him above the city, and giving him a BigDamnKiss. They descend to a rooftop. They talk a bit, and Rogue gives him another BigDamnKiss. They talk a bit more, then continue their lip-session elsewhere. Rogue pulls away, and tries to tell him she feels something. He smiles, closes his eyes, and slowly moves for another kiss, before saying he can feel it too.
*** WordOfGod is very active on social media, and recently stated that the two seem very lonely, and admits that while many were rooting for Rogue and Gambit, he wanted to try something new and unexpected.
*** Also, the chapter recap in the newest issue, 23, classifies Rogue and Deadpool's evening last chapter as their first date.

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** ''ComicBook/UncannyAvengers'' : Rogue has{{ComicBook/Rogue}} and Deadpool seem to fit ''{{Deadpool}}'' playing this trope since Deadpool started working with The Avengers. big time. Rogue couldn't stand him at first, but they slowly developed a genuine bond -enough so that Wade takes Rogue to see his daughter, whom he asks Rogue to watch over if she becomes a mutant, which mutant. Rogue readily agrees to do. Recently, have Ellie's back. In addition to shared moments here and there between the two that hint at deeper feelings. It finally comes to a head in chapter 22, after the team defeats Red Skull, because of Deadpool, but he took a severe beating from a mind-controlled Rogue in the process. Later, the team Skull. They celebrate their victory, but Deadpool sneaks out after a bit, still while -still nursing injuries.injuries from the beating he took by mind-controlled Rogue. She follows him, and sadly asks if he hates her for what she did. He firmly tells her that quickly says he does not hate her. He admits doesn't, but confesses that he digs her too much to ruin her, which he would do. Rogue silences him by flying flies him above the city, and giving gives him a BigDamnKiss. They descend to a rooftop. They talk a bit, and Rogue gives him another BigDamnKiss. They talk a bit more, then continue their lip-session elsewhere. Rogue pulls away, and After they descend, Deadpool tries to tell her that she deserves better, and says she only likes him because she feels something. He smiles, closes doesn't fully know him. Rogue kisses him again. She is firm in her feelings, and tells Deadpool that the stuff in his eyes, head in a relief after having Red Skull in her's. He notes that as the most romantic thing anyone's said to him, and slowly moves for another kiss, before saying he can feel it too.in the next panel we see them continuing their lip-locking elsewhere.
*** WordOfGod is very active on social media, and recently stated states that the two seem very lonely, and admits that while many were rooting for Rogue and Gambit, he wanted to try something new and unexpected.
*** Also, the The chapter 23 recap in the newest issue, 23, classifies Rogue and Deadpool's evening last previous chapter as their first date.
10th Jun '17 4:02:54 PM nombretomado
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* In the ending of ''Film/WreckItRalph'' Rancis Fluggerbutter is seen checking out Vanellope von Schweetz with interest several times after his memories, along with the other racers, have been restored and it's revealed that [[spoiler:Vanellope was the true and real ruler of Sugar Rush]]. The animators went so far to write a book about it, called One Sweet Race, where Rancis, sick of losing and never winning a Sugar Rush cup, gets Vanellope to help him build a kart to win a race for once.

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* In the ending of ''Film/WreckItRalph'' ''Disney/WreckItRalph'' Rancis Fluggerbutter is seen checking out Vanellope von Schweetz with interest several times after his memories, along with the other racers, have been restored and it's revealed that [[spoiler:Vanellope was the true and real ruler of Sugar Rush]]. The animators went so far to write a book about it, called One Sweet Race, where Rancis, sick of losing and never winning a Sugar Rush cup, gets Vanellope to help him build a kart to win a race for once.
13th May '17 2:10:02 AM SilverFang
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*** Also, the chapter recap in the newest issue, 23, classifies Rogue and Deadpool's evening last chapter as their first date.
4th May '17 3:31:13 AM rafi
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* ''Franchise/{{DCU}}'':
** Franchise/{{Superman}}:
*** There was considerable Clark Kent - Comicbook/LoisLane teasing in ''Comicbook/KryptonNoMore''. Lois is jealous when a co-worker flirts with Clark and decides to pursue him aggressively. She even calls him her man.
*** In ''Comicbook/SupermanVsTheAmazingSpiderMan''. As usual in a Creator/GerryConway story, there's Franchise/SpiderMan/Mary Jane Watson and Lois Lane/Clark Kent teasing. At the end, both couples have dinner together.
** ''ComicBook/{{Batgirl 2009}}'':
*** [[TykeBomb Damian]] comments that he was "really hoping to meet [[TechnicalPacifist Cassandra]]. [[PrecociousCrush She sounds wonderful]]." [[FunPersonified Steph]] immediately worries what will happen when Damian hits puberty. (One wonders if the writer remembered that Damian and Cassandra are [[NotBloodSiblings technically siblings]].) When they actually meet in Gates of Gotham, however, Damian is incredibly hostile to Cassandra, which Tim says is because [[ParentalFavoritism Bruce chose her over him.]]
*** In a ''Streets of Gotham'', Damian asks Dick if ComicBook/{{Katana}} is seeing anyone. When Dick points out that Katana is a ''grown woman'' while Damian is only a child, he shrugs it off.
** [[Comicbook/{{Nightwing}} Dick]] [[LauncherOfAThousandShips Grayson]] generates this every time he shows up in a book that stars a female character. His appearances in Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} and Comicbook/PowerGirl are very notable among the shipping fandom.
* ''Franchise/MarvelUniverse'':
** Nico and Karolina from ''ComicBook/{{Runaways}}'', especially in the first issue after Terry Moore's run ended. After a game of "truth or dare" leads to Karolina stealing a magic staff from a bunch of white supremacists. Nico tells her "You pretty much always amaze me" with the two of them staring at each other. When pressed on whether Karolina, Victor or Chase is the better kisser, she eventually snaps and admits "Karolina". This is despite that they never actually got beyond AlmostKiss... as far as we know. Oh, and it ends with her chiding the boys for being "such 'phobes" while she and K have IntertwinedFingers.
** ''ComicBook/UncannyAvengers'' : Rogue and Deadpool seem to fit this trope since Deadpool started working with The Avengers. Rogue couldn't stand him at first, but they slowly developed a genuine bond -enough so that Wade takes Rogue to see his daughter, whom he asks Rogue to watch over if she becomes a mutant, which Rogue readily agrees to do. Recently, the team defeats Red Skull, because of Deadpool, but he took a severe beating from a mind-controlled Rogue in the process. Later, the team celebrate their victory, but Deadpool sneaks out after a bit, still nursing injuries. She follows him, and sadly asks if he hates her for what she did. He firmly tells her that he does not hate her. He admits that he digs her too much to ruin her, which he would do. Rogue silences him by flying him above the city, and giving him a BigDamnKiss. They descend to a rooftop. They talk a bit, and Rogue gives him another BigDamnKiss. They talk a bit more, then continue their lip-session elsewhere. Rogue pulls away, and tries to tell him she feels something. He smiles, closes his eyes, and slowly moves for another kiss, before saying he can feel it too.
*** WordOfGod is very active on social media, and recently stated that the two seem very lonely, and admits that while many were rooting for Rogue and Gambit, he wanted to try something new and unexpected.
** ''ComicBook/{{Runaways}}'' and ''ComicBook/YoungAvengers'' both do this pretty often, but their ''Comicbook/CivilWar'' {{crossover}} really went crazy with it. Tommy calls Nico hot, Nico calls Eli cute, and Victor calls Cassie ''an angel'' after she saves his life (he didn't think people actually [[LampshadeHanging did that]]). On top of that, the Tommy/Kate/Eli LoveTriangle and the Vision's crush on Cassie are more apparent than ever.
** In the second volume of ''ComicBook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy'', Peter Quill and Mantis have several moments, starting from early on. However, since the series was cut short, and the change of writers with the next series, nothing came of it.
** In ''ComicBook/UncannyXMen'', Magik is one of the three people who still trusts Cyclops as a leader, and there are plenty of [[HurtComfortFic moments]] where he comforts her [[spoiler:during the resurgence of her Limbo trauma]]. She later expresses relief upon finding out that he hasn't gotten back together with Emma. [[note]]Although given the age difference, some find this pairing squicky.[[/note]]
** In ''ComicBook/MarvelOneHundredthAnniversarySpecial'', Kirby and Victoria apparently shared a kiss on a previous mission, and seem pretty bashful around each other. Interestingly, Kirby is the grandson of [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Mr. Fantastic and the Invisible Woman]], while Victoria is the granddaughter of Doctor Doom.
* The title character and Michelle in ''ComicBook/CerebusTheAardvark''. They get along reasonably well, and there are mild implications that something intimate may have happened, but nothing comes of it and [[ShipSinking they eventually part on cool-but-not-completely-unfriendly terms]].
* ''ComicBook/DemonKnights'' does this ''relentlessly'' with Exoristos and Shining Knight.
* WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck get several in European comics.
** In ''ComicBook/PaperinikNewAdventures'' despite Donald supposedly being in a relationship with [[OfficialCouple Daisy]] (not that she [[OldHeroNewPals ever appears]]), he has several seemingly romantic moments with [[PhysicalGod Xadhoom]] and [[RobotGirl Lyla Lay]]. In the sequel ''Pk 2'', he has this with co-worker [[LittleMissBadass Tempest Gale]].
** With the superpsy Kay K in ''ComicBook/DoubleDuck''. often seems very affectionate to Donald and sometimes flirt with him. Especially after her [[spoiler: HeelFaceTurn with she become one of the heroes working often with Donald, her official "partner"]]. Naturally she claim with Daisy that are JustFriends, but again she is a good liar.



* In ''ComicBook/KickAss'', for better or for worse, a lot of the scenes between Kick-Ass and Hit-Girl are framed from an odd angle where it looks like one is kissing the other (the dialogue bubbles dispel the notion, but the imagery is there), in addition to the two being about as close as anyone in the comic can be. The very large age difference may put it into NoYay territory, but Hit-Girl being both more mature and more experienced may not, so it's a [[ShippingGoggles YMMV/perception thing]].
* ''ComicBook/MyLittlePonyMicroSeries'':
** In Issue #3 Rarity brought a picture of Spike with her to sleep with... and of Applejack as well, leading to [[https://twitter.com/PonyRoy/status/326890359361781761 this interesting Twitter conversation with Price and Cook]], unaware of the fandom's fascination with shipping.
** The Nightmare Arc might as well be called "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS2E10SecretOfMyExcess Secret of My Excess]], Part 2" for all the Spike X Rarity moments. [[spoiler:For one thing, Spike brings the Fire Ruby, plus Spike is one of the only two characters who could cause a reaction on Nightmare Rarity (the other is her sister Sweetie Belle) and it's Spike who delivers the final line that releases Rarity from the Nightmare's grip. [[http://derpibooru.org/346954?scope=scpe716f6936de6aa6f87f51c053da229f5fe021b55d The last panel of the arc's final page]] also speaks volumes.]]
** In Issue 9, Big Macintosh practically has to fend off all of his female admirers-- Sweetcream Scoops (who has been stalking him for several issues), Bon Bon, Fleetfoot (who gets an entire splash page and an alternate cover featuring her marriage fantasy about him), and even Princess Luna practically throw themselves at him. Zecora also follows him around, although if she's actually interested in him, she's at least more subtle about it than the other girls.
* Not even going over the amount of HoYay in ''[[ComicBook/SamAndMaxFreelancePolice Sam And Max]]'', the titular duo is constantly a: being "mistaken" for a couple, or b: having a character trying to get them dating, or c: being told that they are destined to be together.



* Nico and Karolina from ''ComicBook/{{Runaways}}'', especially in the first issue after Terry Moore's run ended. After a game of "truth or dare" leads to Karolina stealing a magic staff from a bunch of white supremacists. Nico tells her "You pretty much always amaze me" with the two of them staring at each other. When pressed on whether Karolina, Victor or Chase is the better kisser, she eventually snaps and admits "Karolina". This is despite that they never actually got beyond AlmostKiss... as far as we know. Oh, and it ends with her chiding the boys for being "such 'phobes" while she and K have IntertwinedFingers.
* ''ComicBook/UncannyAvengers'' : Rogue and Deadpool seem to fit this trope since Deadpool started working with The Avengers. Rogue couldn't stand him at first, but they slowly developed a genuine bond -enough so that Wade takes Rogue to see his daughter, whom he asks Rogue to watch over if she becomes a mutant, which Rogue readily agrees to do. Recently, the team defeats Red Skull, because of Deadpool, but he took a severe beating from a mind-controlled Rogue in the process. Later, the team celebrate their victory, but Deadpool sneaks out after a bit, still nursing injuries. She follows him, and sadly asks if he hates her for what she did. He firmly tells her that he does not hate her. He admits that he digs her too much to ruin her, which he would do. Rogue silences him by flying him above the city, and giving him a BigDamnKiss. They descend to a rooftop. They talk a bit, and Rogue gives him another BigDamnKiss. They talk a bit more, then continue their lip-session elsewhere. Rogue pulls away, and tries to tell him she feels something. He smiles, closes his eyes, and slowly moves for another kiss, before saying he can feel it too.
** WordOfGod is very active on social media, and recently stated that the two seem very lonely, and admits that while many were rooting for Rogue and Gambit, he wanted to try something new and unexpected.
* ''ComicBook/{{Runaways}}'' and ''ComicBook/YoungAvengers'' both do this pretty often, but their ''Comicbook/CivilWar'' {{crossover}} really went crazy with it. Tommy calls Nico hot, Nico calls Eli cute, and Victor calls Cassie ''an angel'' after she saves his life (he didn't think people actually [[LampshadeHanging did that]]). On top of that, the Tommy/Kate/Eli LoveTriangle and the Vision's crush on Cassie are more apparent than ever.
* Franchise/{{Superman}}:
** There was considerable Clark Kent/Comicbook/LoisLane teasing in ''Comicbook/KryptonNoMore''. Lois is jealous when a co-worker flirts with Clark and decides to pursue him aggressively. She even calls him her man.
** In ''Comicbook/SupermanVsTheAmazingSpiderMan''. As usual in a Creator/GerryConway story, there's Franchise/SpiderMan/Mary Jane Watson and Lois Lane/Clark Kent teasing. At the end, both couples have dinner together.
* The title character and Michelle in ''ComicBook/CerebusTheAardvark''. They get along reasonably well, and there are mild implications that something intimate may have happened, but nothing comes of it and [[ShipSinking they eventually part on cool-but-not-completely-unfriendly terms]].
* ''ComicBook/DemonKnights'' does this ''relentlessly'' with Exoristos and Shining Knight.
* Not even going over the amount of HoYay in ''[[ComicBook/SamAndMaxFreelancePolice Sam And Max]]'', the titular duo is constantly a: being "mistaken" for a couple, or b: having a character trying to get them dating, or c: being told that they are destined to be together.
* ''ComicBook/{{Batgirl 2009}}'':
** [[TykeBomb Damian]] comments that he was "really hoping to meet [[TechnicalPacifist Cassandra]]. [[PrecociousCrush She sounds wonderful]]." [[FunPersonified Steph]] immediately worries what will happen when Damian hits puberty. (One wonders if the writer remembered that Damian and Cassandra are [[NotBloodSiblings technically siblings]].) When they actually meet in Gates of Gotham, however, Damian is incredibly hostile to Cassandra, which Tim says is because [[ParentalFavoritism Bruce chose her over him.]]
** In a ''Streets of Gotham'', Damian asks Dick if ComicBook/{{Katana}} is seeing anyone. When Dick points out that Katana is a ''grown woman'' while Damian is only a child, he shrugs it off.
* [[Comicbook/{{Nightwing}} Dick]] [[LauncherOfAThousandShips Grayson]] generates this every time he shows up in a book that stars a female character. His appearances in Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} and Comicbook/PowerGirl are very notable among the shipping fandom.
* ''ComicBook/MyLittlePonyMicroSeries'':
** In Issue #3 Rarity brought a picture of Spike with her to sleep with... and of Applejack as well, leading to [[https://twitter.com/PonyRoy/status/326890359361781761 this interesting Twitter conversation with Price and Cook]], unaware of the fandom's fascination with shipping.
** The Nightmare Arc might as well be called "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS2E10SecretOfMyExcess Secret of My Excess]], Part 2" for all the Spike X Rarity moments. [[spoiler:For one thing, Spike brings the Fire Ruby, plus Spike is one of the only two characters who could cause a reaction on Nightmare Rarity (the other is her sister Sweetie Belle) and it's Spike who delivers the final line that releases Rarity from the Nightmare's grip. [[http://derpibooru.org/346954?scope=scpe716f6936de6aa6f87f51c053da229f5fe021b55d The last panel of the arc's final page]] also speaks volumes.]]
** In Issue 9, Big Macintosh practically has to fend off all of his female admirers-- Sweetcream Scoops (who has been stalking him for several issues), Bon Bon, Fleetfoot (who gets an entire splash page and an alternate cover featuring her marriage fantasy about him), and even Princess Luna practically throw themselves at him. Zecora also follows him around, although if she's actually interested in him, she's at least more subtle about it than the other girls.
* In ''ComicBook/KickAss'', for better or for worse, a lot of the scenes between Kick-Ass and Hit-Girl are framed from an odd angle where it looks like one is kissing the other (the dialogue bubbles dispel the notion, but the imagery is there), in addition to the two being about as close as anyone in the comic can be. The very large age difference may put it into NoYay territory, but Hit-Girl being both more mature and more experienced may not, so it's a [[ShippingGoggles YMMV/perception thing]].
* In ''ComicBook/PaperinikNewAdventures'' despite WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck supposedly being in a relationship with [[OfficialCouple Daisy]] (not that she [[OldHeroNewPals ever appears]]) but he has several seemingly romantic moments with [[PhysicalGod Xadhoom]] and [[RobotGirl Lyla]]. In the sequel Pk2, he has this with co-worker [[LittleMissBadass Tempest Gale]].
* In the second volume of ''ComicBook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy'', Peter Quill and Mantis have several moments, starting from early on. However, since the series was cut short, and the change of writers with the next series, nothing came of it.
* In ''ComicBook/UncannyXMen'', Magik is one of the three people who still trusts Cyclops as a leader, and there are plenty of [[HurtComfortFic moments]] where he comforts her [[spoiler:during the resurgence of her Limbo trauma]]. She later expresses relief upon finding out that he hasn't gotten back together with Emma. [[note]]Although given the age difference, some find this pairing squicky.[[/note]]
* In ''ComicBook/MarvelOneHundredthAnniversarySpecial'', Kirby and Victoria apparently shared a kiss on a previous mission, and seem pretty bashful around each other. Interestingly, Kirby is the grandson of [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Mr. Fantastic and the Invisible Woman]], while Victoria is the granddaughter of Doctor Doom.
3rd May '17 8:35:44 PM SilverFang
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* ''ComicBook/UncannyAvengers'' : Rogue and Deadpool seem to fit this trope since Deadpool started working with The Avengers. It's unknown if they're an OfficialCouple or ever will be, because Deadpool is still married to Shiklah, even though they're on the outs and have both cheated on one another. Rogue couldn't stand him at first, but they slowly developed a genuine bond -enough so that Wade takes Rogue to see his daughter, whom he asks Rogue to watch over if she becomes a mutant, which Rogue readily agrees to do. Recently, the team defeats Red Skull, thanks to Deadpool, but he took a severe beating from a mind-controlled Rogue in the process. Later, the team celebrate their victory, but Deadpool sneaks out after a bit, still needing a cane to walk after his beating from Rogue. She follows him, and sadly asks if he hates her for what she did. He firmly tells her that he does not hate her. He then goes on to admit he "digs [her] too much to ruin [her], which [he] would do." Rogue silences him by flying him above the city, and giving him a BigDamnKiss. They descend to a rooftop, and she comments that shut him up. They talk a bit, and Rogue gives him another BigDamnKiss. They talk a bit more, then continue their lip-session elsewhere. Rogue pulls away, and tries to tell him she feels something. He smiles, closes his eyes, and slowly moves for another kiss, before saying he can feel it too.

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* ''ComicBook/UncannyAvengers'' : Rogue and Deadpool seem to fit this trope since Deadpool started working with The Avengers. It's unknown if they're an OfficialCouple or ever will be, because Deadpool is still married to Shiklah, even though they're on the outs and have both cheated on one another. Rogue couldn't stand him at first, but they slowly developed a genuine bond -enough so that Wade takes Rogue to see his daughter, whom he asks Rogue to watch over if she becomes a mutant, which Rogue readily agrees to do. Recently, the team defeats Red Skull, thanks to because of Deadpool, but he took a severe beating from a mind-controlled Rogue in the process. Later, the team celebrate their victory, but Deadpool sneaks out after a bit, still needing a cane to walk after his beating from Rogue.nursing injuries. She follows him, and sadly asks if he hates her for what she did. He firmly tells her that he does not hate her. He then goes on to admit admits that he "digs [her] digs her too much to ruin [her], her, which [he] he would do." do. Rogue silences him by flying him above the city, and giving him a BigDamnKiss. They descend to a rooftop, and she comments that shut him up.rooftop. They talk a bit, and Rogue gives him another BigDamnKiss. They talk a bit more, then continue their lip-session elsewhere. Rogue pulls away, and tries to tell him she feels something. He smiles, closes his eyes, and slowly moves for another kiss, before saying he can feel it too.
** WordOfGod is very active on social media, and recently stated that the two seem very lonely, and admits that while many were rooting for Rogue and Gambit, he wanted to try something new and unexpected.
11th Apr '17 12:53:36 AM SilverFang
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* ''ComicBook/TheUncannyAvengers'' : Rogue and Deadpool seem to fit this trope since Deadpool started working with The Avengers. It's unknown if they're an OfficialCouple or ever will be, because Deadpool is still married to Shiklah, even though they're on the outs and have both cheated on one another. Rogue couldn't stand him at first, but they slowly developed a genuine bond -enough so that Wade takes Rogue to see his daughter, whom he asks Rogue to watch over if she becomes a mutant, which Rogue readily agrees to do. Recently, the team defeats Red Skull, thanks to Deadpool, but he took a severe beating from a mind-controlled Rogue in the process. Later, the team celebrate their victory, but Deadpool sneaks out after a bit, still needing a cane to walk after his beating from Rogue. She follows him, and sadly asks if he hates her for what she did. He firmly tells her that he does not hate her. He then goes on to admit he "digs [her] too much to ruin [her], which [he] would do." Rogue silences him by flying him above the city, and giving him a BigDamnKiss. They descend to a rooftop, and she comments that shut him up. They talk a bit, and Rogue gives him another BigDamnKiss. They talk a bit more, then continue their lip-session elsewhere. Rogue pulls away, and tries to tell him she feels something. He smiles, closes his eyes, and slowly moves for another kiss, before saying he can feel it too.

to:

* ''ComicBook/TheUncannyAvengers'' ''ComicBook/UncannyAvengers'' : Rogue and Deadpool seem to fit this trope since Deadpool started working with The Avengers. It's unknown if they're an OfficialCouple or ever will be, because Deadpool is still married to Shiklah, even though they're on the outs and have both cheated on one another. Rogue couldn't stand him at first, but they slowly developed a genuine bond -enough so that Wade takes Rogue to see his daughter, whom he asks Rogue to watch over if she becomes a mutant, which Rogue readily agrees to do. Recently, the team defeats Red Skull, thanks to Deadpool, but he took a severe beating from a mind-controlled Rogue in the process. Later, the team celebrate their victory, but Deadpool sneaks out after a bit, still needing a cane to walk after his beating from Rogue. She follows him, and sadly asks if he hates her for what she did. He firmly tells her that he does not hate her. He then goes on to admit he "digs [her] too much to ruin [her], which [he] would do." Rogue silences him by flying him above the city, and giving him a BigDamnKiss. They descend to a rooftop, and she comments that shut him up. They talk a bit, and Rogue gives him another BigDamnKiss. They talk a bit more, then continue their lip-session elsewhere. Rogue pulls away, and tries to tell him she feels something. He smiles, closes his eyes, and slowly moves for another kiss, before saying he can feel it too.
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