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17 Spider Woman / 16 Sorceress of Grayskull – Top 50 Sexiest Comic Book Babes Of All Time | Smartasses Magazine
ALTER EGO: Jessica Miriam Drew
WHO SHOULD PLAY HER ON TV: Moran Atias
FIRST APPEARANCE: Marvel Spotlight #32 1977
How many comic book heroes can say they are trained in fencing? Spider-Woman can, and frankly the idea of an RBH like her wielding a foil is pretty hot in it’s own regard. Add in the fact that she can lift seven times her body weight, and her impressive ability to speak several languages fluently, including Korean, Russian, French, Spanish, Portuguese, and German… and she intrigues on an intellectual level too. If that’s not enough, her body also exudes a high concentration of pheromones which elicit pleasure in most human males, while eliciting fear in most females. With all that going for her, Spider-Woman would definitely be fun for a night or three.
|16 Sorceress Of Grayskull|
ALTER EGO: Teela’Na/Zoar
WHO SHOULD PLAY HER ON TV: Elizabeth Hurley
FIRST APPEARANCE: Masters of the Universe minicomic #1 1981
HOTTEST ATTRIBUTES: Everything
Prior to 1985 when She-Ra first popped on to your television screen, and arguably after, taking into consideration every animated series and Saturday morning cartoon to ever hit the airwaves, there was probably no other female character ever, who was quite as adept at stirring up the steamy fantasies of people everywhere, like The Sorceress of Grayskull. Benevolently sitting in her throne with her knees held together in always the utmost ladylike fashion, The Sorceress monitored everything happening on Eternia, always knew what was best for you, and always shared that information, good or bad, with a smile on her face and a hot little British accent. Intentional or not, as laughable as Masters Of The Universe could be, somehow The Sorceress was a walking pheromone- a living, breathing (cartoon) aphrodisiac, that seemed to embody the essence of everything that is inherently ‘female’.