Archive for the ‘Linda Danvers’ Category

Costume Hijinks – Part 9

2014/12/06

You know, between this time and last time, I’m pretty sure that Supergirl‘s fashion sense died with Argo City and the rest of the planet Krypton.

Yeesh, just because you're out to stop a dangerous fanatic, doesn't mean that you have to dress the part.

Yeesh, just because you’re out to stop a dangerous fanatic, doesn’t mean that you have to dress the part.

Today’s fashion disaster was ripped from the pages of Adventure Comics #415 (February 1972) by John Albano, Len Wein, Dave Wood, Carmine Infantino, Gray Morrow, Win Mortimer, Bob Oksner, and George Roussos.

Costume Hijinks – Part 8

2014/10/11

Remember that brief period during the 1970s when Supergirl moonlighted as a go-go dancer?

And that abomination should probably have remained in your bag.

And that abomination should probably have remained stashed in your bag forever. Ugh.  >_<;

This Laugh-In flashback has been brought to you by Adventure Comics #409 (August 1971) by E. Nelson Bridwell, Edmond Hamilton, Mike Sekowsky, Dick Giordano, Edmond Hamilton, Art Saaf, Mike Sekowsky, Curt Swan, George Klein, and Sheldon Moldoff.

Sex and Dating, Superhuman Style – Part 12

2012/11/29

“Boy meets girl” follows the same script regardless of whether or not either of those words has the “super” prefix attached to it.

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Don’t you hate it when someone ruins the moment?

Today’s example of super-flirting courtesy of Supergirl #76 (January 2003) by Peter David , Ed Benes, and Alex Lei.

Comic Book Sexual Innuendo – Part 12

2010/07/18

You’re young, you’re female, you’re in high school…and you have x-ray vision. What’s a girl to do? As the following discussion between the (then) modern Supergirl, Linda Danvers, and her Silver Age counterpart, Kara Zor-El, illustrates, it’s best not to jump to any conclusions:

"Wow...would you look at the size of those balls?"

This tale of the comic book generation gap brought to you by Supergirl #77 (February 2003) by Peter David, Ed Benes, and Alex Lei.

Comic Book Sexual Innuendo – Part 11

2010/07/06

When it comes to Superman (or Kryptonians in general, really), we all know that exposure to Green Kryptonite is deadly in the long run, Red Kryptonite can have a variety of bizarre effects that last no more than 48 hours, and Gold Kryptonite results in a loss of superpowers (temporarily or permanently, depending on continuity). But what does Pink Kryptonite do? Well…

Superman's Boytoy Jimmy Olsen.

This fabulous lesson in astrogeology comes to you courtesy of Supergirl #79 (April 2003) by Peter David, Ed Benes, and Alex Lei.


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