History MsFanservice / ComicBooks

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]].
30th Nov '17 11:49:47 AM lillolillo
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* Pick a [[MostCommonSuperpower superheroine]]. Any superheroine over 18 or past puberty at least will have the MostCommonSuperpower, and those that don't will still be supermodel thin and have a tendency for {{Stripperiffic}} costumes.



** Barbara Gordon/Oracle/Batgirl is often described as having a buxom frame, and so she does. She's often designed as a HotLibrarian or with NerdsAreSexy in mind. Despite that, however, she's still a tame example. In ''ComicBook/ElseworldsFinestSupergirlAndBatgirl'', Barbara shows up almost naked in two scenes, though.

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** Barbara Gordon/Oracle/Batgirl Gordon/Oracle/ComicBook/{{Batgirl}} is often described as having a buxom frame, and so she does. She's often designed as a HotLibrarian or with NerdsAreSexy in mind. Despite that, however, she's still a tame example. In ''ComicBook/ElseworldsFinestSupergirlAndBatgirl'', Barbara shows up almost naked in two scenes, though.



** ''[[Comicbook/{{Supergirl 2005}} Post Crisis]]'' Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} was a pretty infamous example, what with her cheerleader like costume, being introduced naked and later dressing in low cut jeans with her thong straps on display, and her constant panty shots when in costume. While most young teenaged girls in comics get treated like this, she did it to such a degree that it made many people uncomfortable and was the source of many criticisms. Editors eventually issued a demand for this to be limited and/or stopped, and it did.

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** ''[[Comicbook/{{Supergirl 2005}} ''[[ComicBook/Supergirl2005 Post Crisis]]'' Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} was a pretty infamous example, what with her cheerleader like costume, being introduced naked in ''ComicBook/TheSupergirlFromKrypton'' and later dressing in low cut jeans with her thong straps on display, and her constant panty shots when in costume. While most young teenaged girls in comics get treated like this, she did it to such a degree that it made many people uncomfortable and was the source of many criticisms. Editors eventually issued a demand for this to be limited and/or stopped, and it did.
27th Nov '17 5:03:39 AM TheNerevarine
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* [[ComicBook/NewGods Big Barda]] is a [[StatuesqueStunner statuesque]], [[AmazonianBeauty fit but curvaceous]] [[ActionGirl warrior woman]], who despite favoring practical armor when going into battle, frequently wears a ChainmailBikini while outside of it, she is considered extremely beautiful in-universe despite her humongous size, even towering over ''freaking Superman!''


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* ''ComicBook/NewGods'':
** Big Barda is a [[StatuesqueStunner statuesque]], [[AmazonianBeauty fit but curvaceous]] [[ActionGirl warrior woman]], who despite favoring practical armor when going into battle, frequently wears a ChainmailBikini while outside of it, she is considered extremely beautiful in-universe despite her humongous size, even towering over ''freaking Superman!''
** Bekka is a HotScientist that favors very skimpy dresses that [[AbsoluteCleavage are open in the chest]] (it seems that have been a part of her character as her animated counterpart in ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueGodsAndMonsters'' also sports the same type of outfit. On top of that, she also has powerful CharmPerson abilities that are even stronger than Poison Ivy's, as it managed to work on Batman in ''ComicBook/SupermanBatman'''s "Torment" story arc.
1st Oct '17 8:11:07 AM Morgenthaler
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* ComicBook/LadyDeath is [[BoobsOfSteel extremely voluptuous]] and wore a ChainmailBikini with OperaGloves and CombatStiletto boots that only enhanced her outstanding figure. She was originally written with [[FemmeFatale a very seductive personality]].

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* ComicBook/LadyDeath is [[BoobsOfSteel extremely voluptuous]] and wore a ChainmailBikini with OperaGloves with black opera gloves and CombatStiletto boots that only enhanced her outstanding figure. She was originally written with [[FemmeFatale a very seductive personality]].
18th Sep '17 10:49:49 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}}'': is a [[NubileSavage]] NubileSavage with a curvaceous and voluptuous figure who's only article of clothing is a loincloth and fur bikini.{{fur bikini}}.
18th Sep '17 11:01:17 AM Morgenthaler
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* ComicBook/LadyDeath is [[BoobsOfSteel extremely voluptuous]] and wore a ChainmailBikini with OperaGloves and ThighHighBoots that only enhanced her outstanding figure. She was originally written with [[FemmeFatale a very seductive personality]].

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* ComicBook/LadyDeath is [[BoobsOfSteel extremely voluptuous]] and wore a ChainmailBikini with OperaGloves and ThighHighBoots CombatStiletto boots that only enhanced her outstanding figure. She was originally written with [[FemmeFatale a very seductive personality]].
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