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Because I’m not allowed anywhere near a porn site (excuse me for saying the P word), I have since proceeded along other means of mild, non-excessive voyeurism, in other words, the innocuous act of admiring for an indefinite period of time at creative depictions of costumed female vigilantes in incredibly expensive graphic novels here. Well, not exactly indefinite. Anyway, in a bid to pass the time and compensate for inactivity up in the brain department over the last few days, here be a list of the sexiest, I mean, remarkably depicted, superheroines I could think of in the Marvel Universe:
#1: Jean Grey of the X-Men
Noteworthy aliases include Phoenix and Marvel Girl. Mutant telepath and lover of Scot Summers, aka Cyclops of the X-men as well.
#2 Emma Frost
Mutant telepath of the X-men with the capability of assuming a diamond hard exterior, granting her superstrength and durability, though curtailing her telepathic prowess.
She’s green, the oddest colour to expect from a superheroine like herself. Still, must admit she’s a thousand times more appealing than her super-powered brute of a cousin, the Incredible Hulk.
#4 Ms. Marvel
I suppose the consent of the law to be flying around scantily dressed comes with the whole package of being a full-time superheroine…
Not exactly related to everyone’s friendly neighbourhood Spiderman also known as Peter Parker, still…
#6 The Invisible Woman
Member of the Fantastic Four, lover of group leader Reed Richards aka Mr. Fantastic and a mild aphrodisiac to almost all Marvel diehards only when visible.
Aside from sporting a disconcerting pallor and not to mention an equally ghastly patch on her eye, she certainly deserves a place here…
Behind her pretty little face lies a mutant with the ability to absorb the life force of others through her fingertips…
Since eight is an auspicious number for the Chinese, the fact of which holds no significance in conveying the purpose of this article, I shall stop here and any suggestions to expand this humble list of superheroines would be most welcomed from anyone who care to even read this far.