They say everyone loves a bad boy, but what about a bad girl? On top of her martial arts skills, Elektra has the ability to make other people see illusions, including comic book readers, who always see her in a miniscule outfit that leaves nothing to the imagination. The adopted daughter of ThanosGamora is the last of her species.
The sexiest comic book hotties of all time, ranked by comic fans worldwide. This list of the hottest comic book women includes sexy superheroes and the equally sexy villains they fight against — from Wonder Woman to Catwoman. Anyone can vote on the sexiest female superheroes and supervillainsand you can even add your own list to these rankings.
The women on this list have done it better than no other, and they did it while looking absolutely amazing. Angelina Jolie has become the personification of female superheroes. The sexy actress played the character of Sway in Gone in 60 Secondslooking sexy in the carjacking business. The year after, she played the seductive, fearless and brainy Lara Croft in Tomb Raider on her mission to save the world.
Thanks to the box-office hits like last summer's The Avengers and the latest new buzz-worthy movie hitting theaters this summer— Man of Steelon June 14—superheroes have never been hotter. For these crime-fighting guys, with great power comes great abs of steel. For women who like bad boys, Hugh Jackman 's Wolverine is the antihero answer.
Compared to the old movies, they have enhanced impressively. Besides the technology, the good look of the superhero has improved as well. Hence, we are in the era of the sexiest superhero.
Who knew a mutant centegenarian could look so good? Halle Berry played a shy cosmetics saleswoman who was brought back to life—and given nine more—after being drowned. Her spin-off movie may have been lame, but Berry's Catwoman was always meow-worthy in our eyes.
Home Sexy Superhero. Sexy superhero costumes abound whether for Halloween or a theme party and none are better at highlighting your super-assets like the ones in our collection. The choice is yours, from classic hero and alter egos to the proverbial nemesis.
In the past, it has been a mostly male-dominated field of Superheroes. However, in recent years roughly to datefemale superheroes have been seeing more screen time or even getting their own independent films. When taking a look back at heroines drawn in comic books, they all share general traits: an hourglass figure, larger chest, round behind, tight and sometimes minimal clothing.