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- but also I have a discussion question, which is:

Back in the day, if you could have been Ralph Snart in that picture, with the good fortune to be hugged by any 80s or 90s super-heroine, which super-heroine would you have picked?

I would have picked Starfire from the New Titans. A hug from her would have made me smile ear to ear.








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Heh heh. Thanks, AC! Great stuff!


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    - but also I have a discussion question, which is:



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    Back in the day, if you could have been Ralph Snart in that picture, with the good fortune to be hugged by any 80s or 90s super-heroine, which super-heroine would you have picked?


Question, would I only be waist-high to her like Snart is to his lady? Oh, the possibilities!


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    I would have picked Starfire from the New Titans. A hug from her would have made me smile ear to ear.


Starfire's good, her penchant for nudity probably didn't hurt. I admit I really had the hots for Lady Jaye of G.I. Joe, it must have been the husky voice. And Wilma Deering from Buck Rogers, I think she got me through puberty ...

Super-heroine? Probably Wonder Woman, and mostly from the TV show.

I wonder why no girls post at this board?


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America's Captain 

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    Heh heh. Thanks, AC! Great stuff!


I love to post banners that highlight what any or all of us love.


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    Question, would I only be waist-high to her like Snart is to his lady? Oh, the possibilities!


No comment - because hey, you never know, someone under 18 might actually visit this message board. (Not that I'm holding my breath.)


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    Starfire's good, her penchant for nudity probably didn't hurt. I admit I really had the hots for Lady Jaye of G.I. Joe, it must have been the husky voice. And Wilma Deering from Buck Rogers, I think she got me through puberty ...


I guess Lady Jaye was a character on the cartoon. Now you're tempting me to watch that thing!

Oh - and Wilma Deering - yes. Yes. A thousand times yes. Most indubitably huggable.


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    Super-heroine? Probably Wonder Woman, and mostly from the TV show.


Linda Carter was huggable, yes indeed.

You don't seem to have been very hug-inspired by the printed comic book page. In my case, I keep thinking of characters, and then realizing they were Bronze Age, hence off topic here. Beverly Switzler from Howard the Duck (as drawn by Frank Brunner) is one example.


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    I wonder why no girls post at this board?


The only board where I've ever found a sustained female presence is the Fantastic Four board, largely due to Iron Maiden, although the nigh-legendary Miss Fantastic also comes to mind.






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    Linda Carter was huggable, yes indeed.



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    You don't seem to have been very hug-inspired by the printed comic book page. In my case, I keep thinking of characters, and then realizing they were Bronze Age, hence off topic here. Beverly Switzler from Howard the Duck (as drawn by Frank Brunner) is one example.

Bronze Age goes through 1986 right?

When I was younger I read a handful of Superman, Spider-Man and FF books, so the only female I saw much of was Sue Richards. I did like her but didn't necessarily have the hots, not sure why. I did like the Black Cat, but only had one or two issues with her. I saw the TV shows every day. I also had crushes on the Bionic Woman and Lt. Uhura.


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