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Superman's Pal

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Subj: Re: New banner just for Superman's Pal -
Posted: Wed Sep 27, 2017 at 01:00:33 pm EDT (Viewed 297 times)
Reply Subj: Re: New banner just for Superman's Pal -
Posted: Tue Sep 26, 2017 at 10:38:52 pm EDT (Viewed 250 times)

    Heh heh. Thanks, AC! Great stuff!

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

    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.)

    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.

    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.

    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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