History MsFanservice / ComicBooks

24th May '18 10:55:24 PM TheNerevarine
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* ComicBook/{{Cavewoman}}'': is a NubileSavage with a curvaceous and voluptuous figure who's only article of clothing is a loincloth and {{fur bikini}}.

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* ComicBook/{{Cavewoman}}'': ''ComicBook/{{Cavewoman}}'': is a NubileSavage with a curvaceous and voluptuous figure who's only article of clothing is a loincloth and {{fur bikini}}.



* ''ComicBook/{{DangerGirl}}'': has no shortage of them. The fact it's drawn by J.Scot Campbell of ComicBook/{{Gen13}} fame doesn't help.

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* ''ComicBook/{{DangerGirl}}'': ''ComicBook/DangerGirl'': has no shortage of them. The fact it's drawn by J.Scot Campbell of ComicBook/{{Gen13}} fame doesn't help.
30th Mar '18 5:52:25 AM DarkPhoenix94
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** [[Characters/XMen80sMembers Rachel Summers]] was this during her ComicBook/{{Excalibur}} days. When she was in the X-Men initially, she was a stick thin tomboy wearing very conservative clothes and costumes. Then she got abducted into the Mojoverse, and when she got back her body had become a lot curvier (apparently somebody remembered that she's supposed to look a lot like her mother, Jean Grey). Her costume was now a red, one piece leather catsuit with integrated heels and adorned with spikes. Her off duty clothes were not as risque, but only just.

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** [[Characters/XMen80sMembers Rachel Summers]] was this during her ComicBook/{{Excalibur}} days. When she was in the X-Men initially, she was a stick thin tomboy wearing very conservative clothes and costumes. Then she got abducted into the Mojoverse, and when she got back her body had become a lot curvier (apparently somebody remembered that she's supposed to look a lot like her mother, Jean Grey).Grey - and she'd been sent to Mojo's Body Shoppe). Her costume was now a red, one piece leather catsuit with integrated heels and adorned with spikes. Her off duty clothes were not as risque, but only just. This was lampshaded by a disgruntled Kitty Pryde when the two went on a shopping trip, and a mischievous Rachel promptly used her telekinesis to transform Kitty's clothes into something more like her own. Kitty immediately complained that she looked like a hooker.
*** Her Marvel Girl costume, which consisted of a tight top and a skirt that at times only narrowly escaped the description of 'belt', was arguably just as bad for this. Afterwards, she went for a form-fitting red and yellow costume with a trenchcoat on top that both covered and emphasised everything.
22nd Mar '18 10:29:24 AM lord_drakken_foul
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** Subverted with [[Comicbook/{{Batgirl2009}} Stephanie Brown/Spoiler/Batgirl III]]. She's got a modest, realistic build, her Spoiler suit is designed with practical use in mind rather than sex appeal, while her Batgirl suit is just as practically designed, and most of her civilian appearances are in tomboyish conservative clothes. However, she briefly had a ThongOfShielding over her suit in place of the typical UnderwearOfPower, and while her suits are practical, they're usually just as skin tight as any other superhero suit, and just as susceptible to clothing damage as others. [[{{Squick}} She was also heavily sexualized during the torture scene in War Games]] and her time as Robin, and her Batgirl series seemed quite fond of her in her bedroom wearing short shorts and showing off her butt as much as possible, leading to it being briefly lampshaded, with Oracle noting that people are currently getting a good view of her buttocks, or 'good side' as she put it, while they take pictures.

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** Subverted with [[Comicbook/{{Batgirl2009}} Stephanie Brown/Spoiler/Batgirl III]]. She's got a modest, realistic modest build, her Spoiler suit is designed with practical use in mind rather than sex appeal, while her Batgirl suit is just as practically designed, and most of her civilian appearances are in tomboyish conservative clothes. However, she briefly had a ThongOfShielding over her suit in place of the typical UnderwearOfPower, and while her suits are practical, they're usually just as skin tight as any other superhero suit, and just as susceptible to clothing damage as others. [[{{Squick}} She was also heavily sexualized during the torture scene in War Games]] and her time as Robin, and her Batgirl series seemed quite fond of her in her bedroom wearing short shorts and showing off her butt as much as possible, leading to it being briefly lampshaded, with Oracle noting that people are currently getting a good view of her buttocks, or 'good side' as she put it, while they take pictures.
2nd Feb '18 2:18:57 PM Silverblade2
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* Cixi in ComicBook/{{Lanfeust}}. Besides her name rhyming with "sexy", she always wears {{Stripperiffic}} red clothes and isn't shy with nudity.
25th Jan '18 11:09:02 AM TheNerevarine
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* Laureline in ''ComicBook/{{Valerian}}'' tends to wear very revealing outfits in some adventures, such as in ''Land Without Stars'' where she joins an {{royal harem}} and [[GoGoEnslavement wears a bikini]] that is attributed to have inspired [[Film/ReturnOfTheJedi Princess Leia's slave outfit]].



* In ''ComicBook/WarlordOfMars'', [[http://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/11124/111243883/4825372-dejah+captured.jpg most]] [[http://static.comicvine.com/uploads/scale_super/11124/111243883/4854226-hot.jpg female]] [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/p15_17.jpg Martians]] are [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe hot red/white/black/yellow alien babes]] [[DiamondsInTheBuff adorned in jewelry and gold ornaments]] and [[{{Stripperific}} little else]].

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* In ''ComicBook/WarlordOfMars'', most [[http://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/11124/111243883/4825372-dejah+captured.jpg most]] [[http://static.comicvine.com/uploads/scale_super/11124/111243883/4854226-hot.jpg female]] [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/p15_17.jpg Martians]] are [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe hot red/white/black/yellow alien babes]] babes of many exotic colors]] [[DiamondsInTheBuff adorned in jewelry and gold ornaments]] and [[{{Stripperific}} little else]].else]], but [[http://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/11124/111243883/4825372-dejah+captured.jpg Dejah Thoris]] serves as the most prominent example due to not only receiving most focus of them all, but also being subject to very racy {{contemptible cover}}s.
16th Jan '18 5:24:30 AM Morgenthaler
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* Druuna, from the Italian graphic novel series of the same name, is either naked or wearing a skimpy tank-top-and-thong combo roughly ninety percent of the time.

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* Druuna, from the Italian graphic novel series of the same name, is an idealized dark-haired mediterranean woman with a curvy body who is either naked or wearing a skimpy tank-top-and-thong combo roughly ninety percent of the time.time. The highly detailed renderings drawn by her creator have been widely distributed as pin-ups.
11th Jan '18 11:53:45 AM autofire372
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** ComicBook/{{Rogue}} is truly unique example not only is she a buxom southern bell with appealing tom boy nature. But the natural inclination to touch her is the literally the most [[TouchOfDeath dangerous]] thing you can do. It's because of this danger that causes Rogue to isolate herself and cover herself up accordingly, yet despite her best efforts Rogue's costumes [[SoBeautifulItsACurse never lessen her attractiveness]] though she usually covers the most flesh as she can. After many comics, Rogue has become more brazen with her body discarding her fullbody catsuit when she's relaxing with the X-Men (especially with Gambit), this can be seen as defiance for having to cover herself for so long.

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** ComicBook/{{Rogue}} is truly unique example example; not only is she a buxom southern bell belle with an appealing tom boy nature. But tomboy nature, the natural inclination to touch her is the literally the most [[TouchOfDeath dangerous]] thing you can do. It's because of this danger that causes Rogue to isolate herself and cover herself up accordingly, yet despite her best efforts Rogue's costumes [[SoBeautifulItsACurse never lessen her attractiveness]] though she usually covers the most flesh as she can. After many comics, Rogue has become more brazen with her body discarding her fullbody catsuit when she's relaxing with the X-Men (especially with Gambit), this can be seen as defiance for having to cover herself for so long.
24th Dec '17 10:56:43 AM erforce
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* Most of Dr. Love's appearances in ''Creator/FrankMiller's Franchise/RoboCop'' have her wearing various tight, cleavage-revealing outfits while doing provocative positions. Her assistant pulls off the same thing in the background at one point. Lewis also undergoes this.

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* Most of Dr. Love's appearances in ''Creator/FrankMiller's Franchise/RoboCop'' ''ComicBook/FrankMillersRoboCop'' have her wearing various tight, cleavage-revealing outfits while doing provocative positions. Her assistant pulls off the same thing in the background at one point. Lewis also undergoes this.
22nd Dec '17 8:21:50 PM IncredibleFulk1
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** LoisLane can be this DependingOnTheArtist. Sometimes she will wear form fitting dresses to really short skirts. In Superman: For Tomorrow, there is a famous panel of Lois completely naked only using Superman's cape to cover up.
15th Dec '17 3:06:05 PM ACW
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* Comicbook/{{Empowered}} herself is arguably a deconstruction of this trope, being a FauxActionGirl whose suit [[VaporWear tends to rip up at the worst possible moment]] and [[BoundAndGagged being tied up and gagged]], and thus the center of many people's attention left her in a neurotic mess of self-esteem and body-image issues, and yes -- she does provide most of the fanservice in the series, and [[MetaGuy is fully aware of that, making her an even bigger neurotic mess]]. Ocelotina on the other hand intentionally plays to this trope, pretending to be a superheroine and getting into the same situations Emp does for profit.

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* Comicbook/{{Empowered}} herself is arguably a deconstruction of this trope, being a FauxActionGirl whose suit [[VaporWear tends to rip up at the worst possible moment]] and [[BoundAndGagged being tied up and gagged]], and thus the center of many people's attention left her in a neurotic mess of self-esteem and body-image issues, and yes -- she does provide most of the fanservice in the series, and [[MetaGuy is fully aware of that, making her an even bigger neurotic mess]]. Ocelotina on the other hand intentionally plays to this trope, pretending to be a superheroine and getting into the same situations Emp does for profit. And of course Ninjette.


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*[[ComicBook/HackSlash Cassie Hack]].
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