Quotes: Most Common Superpower


"Why is it that superheroes are always... so good looking?"
Amanda Waller, Justice League Unlimited

Sammy: Well, I have the ability to create a substance that can sustain life, fight infections, improve immune systems and strengthen people.
Superhuman Resources: ...and the source of this power?
Sammy: You've been staring at them since I walked in..."

'Listen, I don't care how my character looks, just make sure she's got really great boobs.' And Josh said, 'Oh, we've got a slider. We can them go up, we can make them go down...' And I was like, Oh my god, of course you do."
Claudia Black on playing Chloe Frazer in Uncharted 2: Among Thieves

Real Life

"Gravity defying breasts, while impressive, do not count as a super power."

"Courtney could have gone with any number of costumes for Comic-Con: tits-out Catwoman, tits-out Wonder Woman, tits-out Orko from He-Man. But she decided on covering her rubber titty balls in shimmery blue craft paint going as Carol Danvers, aka Captain Marvel. I donít know anything about Captain Marvel, but if I had to guess, Iíd say her superpower is either working a stripper pole faster than the speed of light or telepathically sensing when g-strings are going on sale at Discount Dancer Depot."
DListed, "Courtney Stodden As Captain Marvel"

"Possibly the hottest babe of the 8-bit era, with her Veronica Lake hair and huge bazooms."
—K. Thor Jensen on the Dark Queen, UGO.com

"Oh, tits jugs Lulu...I-I-I mean, it's just Lulu."

"Lara Croft's breasts aren't mega enormous any more. No big boobs, no misogyny. They are the canaries of the industry's coal mine."
Something Awful parodies the trope

"It all starts when Superman is contacted by Lois Lane, who for this story arc has apparently taken a part time job as a stripper and started smuggling cantaloupes in a Lara Croft shirt."

"Apparently they also turned all their strong female characters into big fat nympho cockslobberers who wave their tits around like maracas, because there isn't quite enough popular culture being aimed exclusively at teenage boys just yet."