Top 50 Sexiest Comic Book Babes Of All Time – The hottest women in comics. All the superheroines & female supervillain characters we love and worship.
11 Psylocke / 10 Vampirella – Top 50 Sexiest Comic Book Babes Of All Time | Smartasses Magazine
ALTER EGO: Elizabeth “Betsy” Braddock
WHO SHOULD PLAY HER ON TV: Olivia Munn
FIRST APPEARANCE: Captain Britain #8 1976
HOTTEST ATTRIBUTES: Supple yet dangerous
It’s difficult for even us to believe that Betsy Braddock didn’t make the top ten on our list, because when you think of hot comic book heroines, Psylocke is certainly one of the first few who come to mind. For us, the appeal of ‘Lady Britain’ is not just pictures like this, it’s the dichotomy of all that deadliness in such a downy and velvety frame. Case and point: chicks look so cheeky in a pair of Chuck Taylors because of one simple fact- Converse All-Stars are the perfect, harmonious balance between soft & cuddly… and badass. That friends, is Psylocke in a nutshell.
ALTER EGO: N/A
WHO SHOULD PLAY HER ON TV: Wanida ‘Gybzy’ Termthanaporn
FIRST APPEARANCE: Vampirella #1 1969
HOTTEST ATTRIBUTES: She’s a vampire, an RBH, and wears killer boots
When Vampirella first came out, the artwork always reminded us of something one might find hanging in some creepy, 1970’s bachelor’s basement, right behind a bottle of Cutty Sark, some sex-toys, and anything with red-crushed velvet on it. Which, of course, made perfect sense… since the second year for the campy, vampire based sci-fi publication was… 1970. Regardless, the art wasn’t appealing. Thankfully in 1991, when Harris Comics took over the reigns from Warren Comics, they not only scrapped the camp and replaced it with well written story-lines, but the artwork vastly improved too. Leaping forward five years to 1996 when Amanda Conner took over the pencils, Vampi went from good, to utterly mind-blowingly fantastic. Let’s keep it real- the woman can draw women, especially RBH vampire women, and Conner is by leaps & bounds our favorite artist. Whichever era you prefer though, regardless, there is no debate that Vampi has more than crossed over the typical barriers of mere comicdom, to become a downright, twentieth century cultural icon, and that’s why she was specifically chosen, to have the honor of being the comic-book babe that begins our top ten.