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33 Lara Croft / 32 Rogue – Top 50 Sexiest Comic Book Babes Of All Time | Smartasses Magazine
|33 Lara Croft|
ALTER EGO: N/A
WHO SHOULD PLAY HER ON TV: Chloe Bridges
FIRST APPEARANCE: Tomb Raider-Witchblade #1 1997
HOTTEST ATTRIBUTES: Insanely wealthy and cultured
Cargo shorts, long braided ponytail, hiking boots, a jade colored tank-top, two pistols blazing… and round, rose colored glasses. Lara Croft has gone so beyond being just a cultural icon, and Tomb Raider is so deeply rooted into late twentieth century lore, that one only need to type that small little description- and nearly everyone on the planet will know exactly who you are talking about. The nuances that make her hot are just far too intricate to mention, and frankly, the comic never did any of them justice. But even though she technically started as a video game, it is because of her aforementioned iconicity, that she still deserves a spot on this list. Note: As far as our opinion of who should play Lara Croft on TV, regarding the film adaptations, Angelina Jolie did a bang up job playing the role a few years ago and Olivia Wilde is rumored to take over the reigns some day- but we have both of those actresses slated to play others in our Top 50, so we chose Chloe Bridges as our Lara Croft based on her resemblance to a young Jolie.
ALTER EGO: Anna Marie
WHO SHOULD PLAY HER ON TV: Jennifer Aniston
FIRST APPEARANCE: Avengers Annual #10 1981
HOTTEST ATTRIBUTES: You can look but you can’t touch
In the Marvel comics, Rogue was always a bit troubled, and for all of us that have a little bit of ‘rescuers’ in them, it’s hard to not feel something for the ‘poor little innocent’. But Rogue is anything but helpless, in fact, for the sake of argument, technically due to her ability to absorb the powers of others with one teeny touch… she could go toe to toe with anyone. And though they did give her the occasional bout with depression on the animated series, it was really her teasing and seductiveness, as well as the unlimited appeal of unlimited strength that reels most of us in.