Breasts, Superheroes, and the Contrast between Comic Books and Film/TV

FUN FRIDAY READ, Y’ALL: We all know that, in both comics and film and television, sexy female superheroes love to flaunt what they got.

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We have just noticed that the comics sometimes take the sexy to new…buoyant heights? 🙂 See what we did? “Buoyant” because boobs. We are 12. Anyways, have fun:

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5  HILARIOUS EXAMPLES OF BOOB OVERKILL: Comics v Film/TV

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1. Scarlet Witch

Marvel Comics

There have been so many creative iterations of the Scarlet Witch costume in the comics, but they all emphasize one…um, two, things 😉

Film

(Elizabeth Olsen: Avengers: Age of Ultron, Captain America: Civil War)

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2. Poison Ivy

DC Comics

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Film

(Uma Thurman: Batman & Robin)

The cinematic Poison Ivy, given Thurman’s frame as a former fashion model, chose to emphasize Poison’s psychedelically witchy hair rather than her breasts.

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3. Elektra

(comics v 2003’s Daredevil movie with Jennifer Garner as Elektra Natchios)

Marvel Comics

How can a ninja have such gravity-defying boobs? It’s not optimal for aerodynamics!

Film

(Jennifer Garner: Elektra (left), Daredevil)

Netflix

(Élodie Yung: Daredevil)

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4. Rogue

Marvel Comics

Are her boobs maybe actually muscles?

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Film

(Anna Paquin: X-Men franchise)

5. Black Canary

DC Comics

TV

(Alaina Huffman: Smallville)

(Katie Cassidy: Arrow; The Flash)

We are still waiting for the inimitable Power Girl to be adapted to live-action TV or film:


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