Friday, 13 January 2012

10 Hottest Comic Girls And Their Movie Twins

The creators of comic girls have so much imagination and creativity, that even though the readers know about their non-existence, they kind of get attracted to them. And now in today’s world the movies based on the very same comics have real life girls in them, causing the people to fall in love with the movie twins of the comic girls immediately. Following is a list of few hottest comic girls along with their movie twins.

10. Poison Ivy

Poison Ivy was the creation of DC comics. Her real name was Pamela Lillian Isley. She was basically the super powered villain in the comics. She has the power to control plant life. Her first appearance in the comics was in Batman #181 (June 1966). In 1997, she appeared in Batman and Robin and was played by Uma Thurman. I think she nailed it pretty damn well. Since then the character in the movies has been dead. Comic book readers might not like Ivy because of her evilness but Thurman portraying Ivy might make them forget about her personality considering she looked so damn hot.

9. Power Girl

Power Girl was the creation of DC comics. Her real name was Kara Zor-L, also known as Karen Starr. She was also a kryptonian so basically had all the powers of superman such as being strong, flying, heat vision etc. Her first appearance in the comic books was in All Star Comics # 58 (January/February 1976). The character is pretty much the same as super girl but in an alternate universe.

8. Silk Spectre

Silk Spectre was the creation of DC comics. The name of Silk Spectre I was Sally Jupiter and after her Laurie Juspeczyk became the Silk Spectre II. They both were the part of a super hero group Watchmen. Her first comic book appearance was in 1986. In 2009, Malin Akerman played the role of Silk Spectre in the feature film Watchmen. I think she did pretty well. The comics were a limited production so not many people know about the watchmen. But those of who know, liked both the versions.

7. Catwoman

Catwoman was the creation of DC comics. Her real name is Selina Kyle. She had no super powers but had different abilities such as hand to hand combat and was a very skilled thief etc. In comics she made her first appearance in Batman #1 (Spring 1940). Her first appearance in movies was in 1966 film Batman. No matter what other people say there is no comparison to 1992 feature film catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer. I mean the lady in the costume is  just breathtaking.

6. Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman was a fictional character created by DC comics. Her real name was Princess Diana. Her powers weren’t fully understandable due to many changes in the character since it was created. So let’s go on with her having super human strength including the ability to fly etc. She first appeared in All Star Comics #8 (December 1941). Her solo movie just came out. Wonder Woman has been portrayed by Adrianne Palicki. The movie was pretty bad but the character had some looks. But if I get to do either of them, I’d do the comic one.

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5. Invisible Woman

Invisible woman was the creation of marvel comics. Her real name is Susan “Sue” Storm. She has power to become invisible along with some other psychic abilities. She is in the famous team named Fantastic 4. Her first appearance in comics was in The Fantastic Four #1 (November 1961). Her first appearance in the movies was in 2005 feature film Fantastic Four. She was portrayed by Jessica Alba. In my opinion she did a great job. Alba’s portrayal of Sue was actually familiar to the comic book readers and somewhat true to their wild fantasies.

4. Mystique

Mystique is the creation of Marvel Comics. Her real name is Raven Darkhölme. She is a super villain. Her ability is to shape shift. She made her first appearance in Ms. Marvel No.16 (May 1978). Her first appearance in the movies was in X-Men in 2000. She was played by Rebecca Romijn. She did some awesome kick ass moves in her action scenes. Apart from that she was a real beauty even though she was nothing but pale blue. But most of the fans did prefer the movie mystique rather than comic one.

3. Rogue

Rogue is a fictional character created by marvel comics. Her real name is Anna Marie. She was the member of the famous mutant team X-Men. Her powers include absorption of memories, skills, and powers through skin to skin contact. The longer the contact occurs, the longer Rogue will retain the abilities or memories. Her first appearance in the comic books was in Avengers Annual #10 (August 1981). The appearance of rogue in the movies was in 2000 X-Men. Anna Paquin was chosen to play Rogue in the movie. She was the pre-mature version of rogue in the movie but did it just fine. But I adore the comic version.

2. Elektra

Elektra is a fictional character created by Marvel Comics. Her real name is Elektra Natchios. Her abilities include Peak human physical ability and Master of virtually all martial arts, particularly ninjutsu. Her first appearance in the comics was in Daredevil #168 (January 1981). The character first appeared in 2003 film Daredevil. She was beautifully portrayed by Jennifer Garner, who acted very well. She looked really hot in her outfit but along with her hotness her action scenes were incredible as well.

1. Black Widow

Black widow was the creation of marvel comics. Her real name is Natalia “Natasha” Alianovna Romanova, also known as Natasha Romanoff. She is one of the roughest and toughest not to mention one of the hottest character made. This fictional character had none super powers except really cool martial art skills. Her first comic appearance was in Tales of Suspense # 52 (April 1964). Her first appearance in movies was in Iron Man 2, and was played by Scarlett Johansson. Over the years black widow’s appearance has been changed making it so hard to choose from whom to whom. But as everyone has his/her own opinion, I find the movie version of black widow very hot and attractive.

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