Drawing Catwoman has always brought out the best in comic book artists, with her revealing, skin-tight costumes perfectly showing off her outrageous curves and beautiful shape. Though Catwoman has always been tough, and even a badass depending on the era and specific author, she balances her raw strength and superpowers with femininity, sexiness and style. The characters trademarks were in place from the very beginning - her work and her penchant for using a whip and her love-hate relationship with Bruce Wayne and Batman. Catwoman has been a part of pretty much every major adaptation of the Batman character. Hot drawings of heroines and female villains has become something of a controversy in the comic world, and more generally in entertainment. Specifically, many women point to double standards in how female characters - even formidable, heroic female icons - are presented in comics, which tend to highlight their body parts and make them objects for male readers regardless of how this fits into the story.
These characters are the most attractive comic book women of all time ranked by dedicated comic fans from all over the world. Whether it's their mighty superpowers, their scintillating costumes, or their spot on one-liners, these characters make all the comics they appear in some of the hottest comics on the shelf, it's amazing the pages don't burn up. Now that's a superpower! Psylocke is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics, commonly in association with the X-Men. Betsy was initially a supporting character in the adventures of her twin brother, Captain Britain, even briefly substituting for him in the role, before becoming the mutant superheroine and X-Men member Psylocke in Originally presented as a precognitive in the pages of Captain Britain and then as a telepath, the character eventually acquired the body, skills and elements of personality of a Japanese female ninja known as The Black Cat is a fictional supervillainess and sometimes superheroine that appears in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.
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Nothing says sexy quite like Michelle Pfeiffer in all black leather and that one of a kind bad girl attitude, coming loose at the seams. Placing in at number two, she set the stage for all that is right with female villains to follow. In another reality, Catwoman might actually have turned out to be a hero. Compared to the other villains of Gotham she is actually quite docile in nature, choosing only to steal the finer things in life.
The question has arisen recently over whither or not women are overly sexualized in comics, and in an effort to amass data to lend some insight into the matter, I decided I would do a series of blogs in which I analyze the last 25 years of comic book covers from a dozen of the most popular comics in the industry. The way I approached this was by a point system. Whenever I would see an instance of one of the following elements within a comic book cover, I would mark a point under either male or female and then tally up the points. I would only mark points for major characters and I would not mark them if they appeared in the ledgers.