History Tsundere / ComicBooks

18th Feb '16 3:02:47 PM Manny20444
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** While both Gwen and Liz Allen have aspects of this in Spectacular Spider-man.

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** While both Gwen and Liz Allen have aspects of even retains this aspect of her personality in The Spectacular Spider-man.
24th Jan '16 9:07:39 AM nombretomado
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* Katchoo in ''StrangersInParadise'', especially where David is concerned.
* Hellion of the ''{{Comicbook/X-Men}}'' towards [[SugarAndIcePersonality X-23]].

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* Katchoo in ''StrangersInParadise'', ''ComicBook/StrangersInParadise'', especially where David is concerned.
* Hellion of the ''{{Comicbook/X-Men}}'' ''ComicBook/XMen'' towards [[SugarAndIcePersonality X-23]].
16th Jan '16 3:33:27 PM StFan
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* [[TheWorldofLilyWong Lily Wong]] would qualify. Even after she marries her ''gwailo'' admirer, she's not above the occasional [[DeadpanSnarker zinger]].

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* [[TheWorldofLilyWong ''ComicStrip/TheWorldofLilyWong'': Lily Wong]] Wong would qualify. Even after she marries her ''gwailo'' admirer, she's not above the occasional [[DeadpanSnarker zinger]].
4th Jan '16 1:55:41 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Transmetropolitan}}'': Yelena Rossini fulfils the trope by helping Spider Jerusalem out routinely despite being adamant that she hates his guts, and also subjects him to a hellride of an emotional rollercoaster love affair throughout the series: [[spoiler:She has sex with him; denies that she had sex with him (he was too drunk to remember); when she finally admits it, she of course has to do this in a way that deliberately publicly insults him at his own party; she acts possessively over him when sensing rivals (Vita) but still refuses to admit having feelings for him; and they only end up together when she's one hundred per cent sure (or should we say ninety-nine per cent sure) that he's dying. And even then, nobody else are allowed to know that they're together.]] Compared to the Yelena issue, being marked for death by the President of the USA must be a minor inconvenience to Spider.
* Pigita from the comic strip ''PearlsBeforeSwine'':

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* ''{{Transmetropolitan}}'': ''ComicBook/{{Transmetropolitan}}'': Yelena Rossini fulfils the trope by helping Spider Jerusalem out routinely despite being adamant that she hates his guts, and also subjects him to a hellride of an emotional rollercoaster love affair throughout the series: [[spoiler:She has sex with him; denies that she had sex with him (he was too drunk to remember); when she finally admits it, she of course has to do this in a way that deliberately publicly insults him at his own party; she acts possessively over him when sensing rivals (Vita) but still refuses to admit having feelings for him; and they only end up together when she's one hundred per cent sure (or should we say ninety-nine per cent sure) that he's dying. And even then, nobody else are allowed to know that they're together.]] Compared to the Yelena issue, being marked for death by the President of the USA must be a minor inconvenience to Spider.
* Pigita from the comic strip ''PearlsBeforeSwine'':''ComicStrip/PearlsBeforeSwine'':
18th Oct '15 10:22:25 AM nombretomado
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* A non-romantic example, PowerGirl in ''Justice League Europe'' definitely had elements of this. She was generally very irritable, if not outright hostile, toward most of the League, but she was great friends with Comicbook/CaptainAtom. Justified in that much of her hostility was provoked by people constantly ogling her, which Cap did not do.

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* A non-romantic example, PowerGirl ComicBook/PowerGirl in ''Justice League Europe'' definitely had elements of this. She was generally very irritable, if not outright hostile, toward most of the League, but she was great friends with Comicbook/CaptainAtom. Justified in that much of her hostility was provoked by people constantly ogling her, which Cap did not do.
8th Oct '15 9:13:20 PM nombretomado
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* Miss Ofelia, from Spanish comics ''[[MortadeloYFilemon Mortadelo Y Filemón]]'': she is most of time in a very bad mood due to the (usually) unrespectful stupidities made by her colleagues of work (especially her love interest/source of annoyance Mortadelo). But in the rare occasions when is not provoked by them, uses to act into a very fluffy and girly mode. What leads the readers to think what could be her natural behavior.

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* Miss Ofelia, from Spanish comics ''[[MortadeloYFilemon Mortadelo Y Filemón]]'': ''ComicBook/MortadeloYFilemon'': she is most of time in a very bad mood due to the (usually) unrespectful stupidities made by her colleagues of work (especially her love interest/source of annoyance Mortadelo). But in the rare occasions when is not provoked by them, uses to act into a very fluffy and girly mode. What leads the readers to think what could be her natural behavior.
8th Oct '15 8:48:53 PM nombretomado
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* Monica (from Brazilian comics ''MonicasGang'' ) is at first portrayed as an almost full time tsuntsun kind of character: a hot-tempered little girl with super-strenght, self-proclaimed "the boss of the street" and very feared among other kids. She often uses a huge amount of physical violence to get revenge against her colleague/rival Jimmy Five (''Cebolinha'' on the original), specially when he does any kind of conspiration against her. Still she can sport a very soft and girly side, and surprisingly shows it a lot of times to Jimmy himself.

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* Monica (from Brazilian comics ''MonicasGang'' ''ComicBook/MonicasGang'' ) is at first portrayed as an almost full time tsuntsun kind of character: a hot-tempered little girl with super-strenght, self-proclaimed "the boss of the street" and very feared among other kids. She often uses a huge amount of physical violence to get revenge against her colleague/rival Jimmy Five (''Cebolinha'' on the original), specially when he does any kind of conspiration against her. Still she can sport a very soft and girly side, and surprisingly shows it a lot of times to Jimmy himself.
2nd Oct '15 6:03:05 PM nombretomado
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* [[ComicBook/DisneyDucksComicUniverse Daisy Duck]] is an iconic tsundere of Western comics and animation. Her varying between lovey-dovey and cranky is also pretty understandable considering [[HotBlooded Donald's personality]]. On the superhero side, [[PhysicalGoddess Xadhoom]] is Harsh for [[PaperinikNewAdventures Paperinik]].

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* [[ComicBook/DisneyDucksComicUniverse Daisy Duck]] is an iconic tsundere of Western comics and animation. Her varying between lovey-dovey and cranky is also pretty understandable considering [[HotBlooded Donald's personality]]. On the superhero side, [[PhysicalGoddess Xadhoom]] is Harsh for [[PaperinikNewAdventures [[ComicBook/PaperinikNewAdventures Paperinik]].
15th Aug '15 6:31:11 AM StFan
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* Fantasio from the comic book series ''ComicBook/SpirouEtFantasio'' is this, which becomes especially clear in the spin-off ''ComicBook/{{Gaston}}''. On the one hand he is a crazy inventor full of insane ideas to move the market forwards. On the other hand he gets very angry very easily when he gets disturbed and is even shown as having ideas to bring down morality and punishment on people he does not like. Whether he is Tsun or a Dere [[DependingOnTheWriter depends however again on the writer]].

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* Fantasio from the comic book series ''ComicBook/SpirouEtFantasio'' ''ComicBook/SpirouAndFantasio'' is this, which becomes especially clear in the spin-off ''ComicBook/{{Gaston}}''. On the one hand he is a crazy inventor full of insane ideas to move the market forwards. On the other hand he gets very angry very easily when he gets disturbed and is even shown as having ideas to bring down morality and punishment on people he does not like. Whether he is Tsun or a Dere [[DependingOnTheWriter depends however again on the writer]].
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* LoisLane of ''{{Comicbook/Superman}}'' is normally fairly polite and slightly flirty, but Clark Kent seems to always push her buttons. It didn't help that she first met him right after he scooped her on an interview with Superman. Yes, Clark stole a story from Lois by interviewing ''himself''. [[SuperDickery What a jerk]]!

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* LoisLane ComicBook/LoisLane of ''{{Comicbook/Superman}}'' is normally fairly polite and slightly flirty, but Clark Kent seems to always push her buttons. It didn't help that she first met him right after he scooped her on an interview with Superman. Yes, Clark stole a story from Lois by interviewing ''himself''. [[SuperDickery What a jerk]]!
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