10+ Hottest Women Superhero/Good Gal Comic Characters
Dazzler: Oh yeah, baby. Let us count the ways. Sexy singer with superpowers. And let's not forget the roller skates and all around Disco look. Quite possibly, one of our favorite mutants. Meow! Her current look ... we won't go there.
Emma Frost: Bitchy and slutty. The bad girl gone good (maybe) that's still bad enough that you shouldn't keep going back for more but you do anyway. Can someone please explain the physics of this costume?
Storm: Strong. capable, goddess who kicks ass. Who can ask for anything more. We're partial to the punk look here.
Zatanna: At first glance, you want to laugh, what with the top hat and fish net stockings. But they grow on you, much like a Catholic school girl's uniform.
Birds of Prey: Yeah, we realize that this is a cheat. Sue us. On the other hand, we're only going to look at the three current core members.
First we have the Black Canary. See above comments about Zatanna - plus she's a hard ass.
Second, we have Huntress, hard ass with a chip on her shoulder and a costume that forces you to look at her female assets.
And finally, Barbara Gordon, A.K.A. Oracle/Batgirl. In or out of the wheelchair she is hot. But it's not just the looks or the red hair (always a plus), but the brain too. That is sexy hawt!
Ms. Marvel: Although we HATE her costume, there's no denying that this law and order queen is looking good these days - real good.
She-Hulk: Green is good. We will leave it at that. Yee-haw!
Spider-Woman: It's amazing what the successful return from limbo can do for a 2nd tier character. The way she's represented in the New Avengers series seriously gets our blood boiling.
Daughters of the Dragon: Yeah, we realize that this is another cheat but you can't include the one without the other. Misty Knight has that look that Pam Grier had in Coffey; the kind where you know you'll have bruises (or a gunshot wound) the morning after, while Colleen Wing is just so s-m-o-o-t-h.
Kabuki: Hero or anti-hero? You decide. Meanwhile we'll enjoy the view. By the way, we could have gone with a pencil drawn piece, but wanted to show you something a bit out of the ordinary (although par for the course these days by David Mack) that was done with watercolors and was a bit softer. See, we can be sensitive too.
Now tell us what you think.