History YMMV / SquirrelGirl

19th Mar '17 4:51:53 PM Thranx
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*** Yes that is certainly a measure of objective art quality and the fact that the variant covers linked here are twenty times rarer than the main Henderson covers have ''nothing'' to do with the price difference.

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*** Yes that is certainly a measure of objective art quality and the fact that the variant covers linked here are twenty times rarer than the main Henderson covers have has ''nothing'' to do with the price difference.
19th Mar '17 4:51:01 PM Thranx
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*** Yes that is certainly a measure of objective art quality and the fact that the variant covers linked here are twenty times rarer than the main Henderson covers have ''nothing'' to do with the price difference.
3rd Feb '17 9:44:59 PM NightShade96
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* GodModeSue: Done deliberately.
23rd Jan '17 3:30:09 PM BigJaredMonkey
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* BaseBreakingCharacter: Originally beloved by fans, her [[WolverinePublicity over-exposure]] is causing her to become a major LoveItOrHateIt character.

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* BaseBreakingCharacter: Originally beloved by fans, her [[WolverinePublicity over-exposure]] is causing and writer-fiat-generated power of "she beats whoever the writer wants her to beat" hss caused her to become a major LoveItOrHateIt character.character, to the point that she is simultaneously one of Marvel's most beloved and most despised characters.
13th Jan '17 5:04:01 AM Morgenthaler
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** Marvel's website contrasts the power levels the fans believe a character to be at with the power levels they are ''officially'' at. And its the ''official'' power levels that are through the roof (topping every single field), so Marvel thinks she's even ''more'' {{Badass}} than even her fans do!

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** Marvel's website contrasts the power levels the fans believe a character to be at with the power levels they are ''officially'' at. And its the ''official'' power levels that are through the roof (topping every single field), so Marvel thinks she's even ''more'' {{Badass}} badass than even her fans do!
7th Jan '17 10:05:34 PM LBHills
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* MemeticMutation: The whole reason she ever reappeared was because her introductory appearance became a meme.

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* MemeticMutation: The whole reason she ever reappeared was because She might have remained one of Marvel's many appeared-once-and-never-seen-again characters, if her introductory appearance became disagreement with Doctor Doom hadn't become a meme.
7th Jan '17 10:03:08 PM LBHills
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** Others would like to completely forget that Wolverine had a fling with her, [[JailBait for certain reasons.]]
*** Although, given the line of dialogue that suggests that, Wolverine saying "I thought we agreed never to see each other again," it may be more about Wolverine wanting to save face than indicative of a past fling.
*** Now full discontinuity after Ryan North retconned it out of existence during the letters column of ''Unbeatable Squirrel Girl'' #2.

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** Others would like to completely forget There was some furor over the implication that Wolverine Logan (Wolverine) had had a fling with her, [[JailBait for certain reasons.]]
*** Although, given the line of dialogue that suggests that, Wolverine saying "I thought we agreed never
but that's been relegated to see each other again," it may be more actual discontinuity. Their conversation was about Wolverine wanting to save face than indicative of a past fling.
*** Now full discontinuity after Ryan North retconned it out of existence during the letters column of ''Unbeatable Squirrel Girl'' #2.
something else entirely. Honest.
9th Dec '16 8:57:41 PM LBHills
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* OverUsedRunningGag: Some people feel that the "Squirrel Girl beats everyone" joke is overdone and wish that there would be at least a few moderately serious stories about her, so she's defined in some other way than "goofy character who can beat up Dr. Doom". ''The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl'' '''had''' to do this in order to have any dramatic tension at all, so Squirrel Girl uses unconventional tactics - including ScienceHero, GuileHero, and WarriorTherapist approaches.

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* OverUsedRunningGag: Some people feel that the "Squirrel Girl beats everyone" joke is overdone and wish that there would be at least a few moderately serious stories about her, so she's defined in some other way than "goofy character who can beat up Dr. Doom". ''The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl'' '''had''' '''has''' to do this in order to have any dramatic tension at all, so Squirrel Girl uses unconventional tactics - including ScienceHero, GuileHero, and WarriorTherapist approaches.
9th Dec '16 8:57:19 PM LBHills
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** Marvels website lets contrasts the power levels the fans believe a character to be at with the power levels they are ''officially'' at. And its the ''official'' power levels that are through the roof (topping every single field), so Marvel thinks she's even ''more'' {{Badass}} than even her fans do!

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** Marvels Marvel's website lets contrasts the power levels the fans believe a character to be at with the power levels they are ''officially'' at. And its the ''official'' power levels that are through the roof (topping every single field), so Marvel thinks she's even ''more'' {{Badass}} than even her fans do!



* OverUsedRunningGag: Some people feel that the "Squirrel Girl beats everyone" joke is overdone and wish that there would be at least a few moderately serious stories about her so she's defined in some other way than "goofy character who can beat up Dr. Doom".
** They're getting hints of what they want with ''Unbeatable Squirrel Girl''; while the situations so far are still very silly, she didn't directly defeat either of her opponents so far, even saying she can't ''defeat'' Kraven the Hunter per se (he's immortal, she's not). Her victories in the comic have instead come from understanding her foes enough to point them in better directions (Kraven to space for hunts more worthy of the name, Galactus to another, uninhabited planet).

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* OverUsedRunningGag: Some people feel that the "Squirrel Girl beats everyone" joke is overdone and wish that there would be at least a few moderately serious stories about her her, so she's defined in some other way than "goofy character who can beat up Dr. Doom".
** They're getting hints of what they want with ''Unbeatable
Doom". ''The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl''; while the situations so far are still very silly, she didn't directly defeat either of her opponents so far, even saying she can't ''defeat'' Kraven the Hunter per se (he's immortal, she's not). Her victories Girl'' '''had''' to do this in the comic order to have instead come from understanding her foes enough to point them in better directions (Kraven to space for hunts more worthy of the name, Galactus to another, uninhabited planet).any dramatic tension at all, so Squirrel Girl uses unconventional tactics - including ScienceHero, GuileHero, and WarriorTherapist approaches.
1st Dec '16 2:30:45 AM Tuomas
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* MyRealDaddy: She first appeared in a 1991 one-shot story by Will Murray and Steve Ditko, but if Dan Slott hadn't decided to bring her back 15 years later in the ''ComicBook/GreatLakesAvengers'' mini, she'd be just a minor footnote in Marvel history.

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* MyRealDaddy: She first appeared in a 1991 one-shot story by Will Murray and Steve Ditko, but if Dan Slott hadn't decided to bring her back 15 years later in the ''ComicBook/GreatLakesAvengers'' mini, miniseries, she'd be just a minor footnote in Marvel history.
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