FANCAST: 111 Superheroines Casting for You to Enjoy Holiday Fun Special
Superheroines you gotta love them, in all your favorite superhero comic books. As its Easter and all i thought it'll be fun to do a casting of some of your favorite female comic book characters. Yes its for fun only, so don't take it too seriously and um, its full of Adult stars, don't worry no nudity here but PG-13 is advised...
The following is a list of superheroines (female superheroes) in comics. Each character is attached to a sexy starlet, again don't take it too seriously as its just a bit of holiday fun, and one for the boys.... and gals if ya like that sorta thing, enjoy! ; D
Not going to go into too much detail (for once) lol, as its just for fun, so here we go, the 111 Superheroines casting...
Lela Star as Tomb Raider:
The central character in Tomb Raider is the British archaeologist Lara Croft, a female adventurer in search of ancient treasures. Lara was created by one-time Core designer Toby Gard, and grew out of a number of ideas discarded in early concepts. She appears almost invariably with brown shorts, a green or blue sleeveless top, holsters on both sides of her hip for dual wielded pistols and a small brown backpack. Over the course of the series, her 3D model has undergone gradual graphical improvements, as well as enlarged (and later reduced) breast size.
Well she can put that British accent on lol, and she oozes Lara Croft!
Abbey Brooks as Shanna The She-Devil:
While in Africa, Shanna becomes more attuned to nature, patrolling the jungle and living freely in the wild lands. She begins to wear nothing else but Julani's fur pelt, as a bikini, to help with the raising of the cubs. In the jungle, Shanna becomes more and more at home with herself and her new native element, all the while protecting the reserve from poachers as Shanna the She-Devil.
Yep that girl looks like she would eat you alive lol, great Shanna.
Aletta Ocean as Donna Troy:
The character was reintroduced in Wonder Woman (vol. 2) #1 (February 1987) as a new arrival from Themyscira (the former Paradise Island). With the character of Donna tied predominantly to the Titans, her origin was retconned to fit into the new continuity created by Wonder Woman's relaunch, one severing her direct ties to the Amazons. In the storyline "Who Is Wonder Girl?"
Who is Wonder Girl, Aletta Ocean is Wonder Girl, yeah i was thinking maybe Wonder Woman too, well for a bit, oh yeah she can act! ; P
Alexis Amore as Cheetah:
The third Cheetah is British archaeologist Dr. Barbara Ann Minerva. Born as the heiress of a vast fortune in the ancient family site in Nottinghamshire. Ambitious, selfish, and severely neurotic, Barbara developed a passion for archaeology that eventually led her to search out a tribe in Africa who utilized a female guardian with the powers of a cheetah.
Amore amore, we want more, can see her as a perrrrfect Cheeta!
Almakit as Barbwire:
In Steel Harbor, a bombed-out wreck of a town, thrill-junkie Barbara Kopetski - better known as "Barb Wire" - is a bar owner and part-time bounty hunter (in order to pay for her bar, The Hammerhead). She is skilled in many areas, but excels in combat-related abilities. While she has a brother and several allies, she is essentially a loner, although this is something which is uncomfortable for her to think about.
Yeah she's bass ass and would make a much better Barb than Pam did, wouldn't be hard lol.
Amy Reid as Starfire:
Koriand'r, Starfire's real name, is a princess of the planet Tamaran in the fictional Vegan system, and was in line to rule the planet as Queen. Komand'r ("commander", also known as Blackfire), her older sister, developed a bitter rivalry with her after suffering a disease in infancy that robbed her of the ability to harness solar energy to allow her to fly, and by extension, her right to the throne. This rivalry continued and intensified when the siblings were sent for warrior training with the Warlords of Okaara. Things came to a head during a sparring exercise in which Komand'r attempted to kill her sister. As a result, Komand'r was expelled and she swore vengeance.
Seen Amy Reid quite a bit, so i can see her in Starfire, not a bad actress so it happens, and hey even if she wasn't who cares lol.
Angel Rain as Alley Cat:
While searching for lingerie for her honeymoon, she unwillingly released demonic spirit related to Marquis De Sade. While wearing one outfit she receives vision of Marquis' torture session in 18th century.
Yes Alley Baggett is perfect for the role but i chose Angel Rain we because she'd look good in that costume in the rain, nah she is Alley Cat.
Angelina Valentine as Big Barda:
Barda was born of the race of New Gods about 250 years ago, on Apokolips. Her mother was named Big Breeda, but Barda was taken away from her at an early age to be trained as a warrior. She is a product of Granny Goodness' Home for Orphaned Youth. Granny's motto is "Die for Darkseid" (the planet's evil ruler). Granny grooms Barda to one day lead the Female Fury Battalion, a ferocious pack of warrior women. However, during a raid Barda meets Scott Free, Darkseid's adopted son, and, sensing a peace about him, falls in love.
Valentine actually looks like she can take any man on and win, Makes a great Big Barda!
Arianny Celeste as Black Panter:
There’s a new Black Panther and she's taken up the mantle. What’s happened to T’Challa, the previous Black Panther? What does it mean for the future of the Black Panther? And just who is under that mask?
I actually wont tell you, just for the guys that havn't actually read that story saga yet, a must read so read it, yep spoiler free and i pick Arianny Celeste as Panter, though actually she isn't in the adult industry but heck she does the magazines, she can learn lol.
Asa Akira as Psylocke:
Elizabeth Braddock first appeared in Captain Britain #8 (Dec. 1976), published by the Marvel Comics imprint Marvel UK. There, writer Chris Claremont introduced her as a supporting character, the sister of Brian Braddock, the eponymous Captain Britain, and established her career as a charter pilot. He also established that she had psychic abilities, the full extent of which were unknown, though no explanation is given for these powers. In Marvel UK's Super Spider-Man and Captain Britain #243 (Oct. 1977), Betsy Braddock is presented as a professional model.
I like this character and i like Asa as an actress cough cough, great role for her.
Ashley Summers as Jean Grey (Marvel Girl):
Jean Grey-Summers is a mutant born with telepathic and telekinetic powers. Her powers first manifested when she saw her childhood friend being hit by a car. She is a caring, nurturing figure, but she also must deal with being an Omega-level mutant and the physical manifestation of the cosmic Phoenix Force. She faces death several times in the history of the series, first in the classic "Dark Phoenix Saga" but due to her connection with the Phoenix Force, she, as her namesake implies, rises from death.
Summers, no brainer think about it and damn she would fit in that tight spandex pretty fine!
Ashlynne Brooke as Arisia:
Arisia is originally from the planet Graxos IV. Her father, Fentara, served as the Green Lantern of Sector 2815. In Blackest Night: Tales of the Corps #3, it's revealed that (in a rare occurrence) all of the Green Lanterns preceding her father belong to their lineage as well. After her father meets his demise while serving the Corps, her uncle Blish is the next chosen to serve as the Lantern of her sector. Blish too eventually gives his life serving the Corps and Arisia is selected as his replacement on her next birthday, making her at least the fifth member of the family to serve as a Green Lantern.
Ashlynn Brooke a favorite star of mine would rise and shine as Arisia and just think all that orange body paint!
Audrey Bitoni as Aquagirl:
Lorena Marquez is on a date at the San Diego Zoo when an earthquake shakes San Diego and causes it to sink deep into the sea, killing thousands — including Lorena's entire family. She comes into contact with Aquaman, who nurses her back to health as she discovers that she has developed the ability to breathe underwater like an Atlantean.
Bitoni looks like she has a great pair of lungs for the underwater stuff lol, a great Aquagirl.
Austin Kincaid as Baroness:
Baroness serves as Cobra's intelligence officer and lieutenant to Cobra Commander. With long black hair, black-rimmed glasses, and a black leather outfit, Baroness is a dark, sensual femme fatale whose beauty is matched only by her ruthlessness.
Ruthlessness thats Austin Kincaid, and hey doesn't hurt she looks a spitting image too.
Bree Olson as Stargirl:
Courtney Whitmore, stepdaughter of Pat Dugan, finds the original Star-Spangled Kid's gear in her stepfather's belongings and dons the costume in order to annoy him as partial revenge for marrying her mother and supposedly forcing the family to move from Los Angeles to Blue Valley, Nebraska. Dugan, a skilled mechanic, designs and builds S.T.R.I.P.E., a robotic suit which he rides in to accompany and protect her.
Yep Bree is Stargirl, great actress if ya know what i mean, perfect Stargirl!
Briana Banks as America Dream:
The niece of S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Sharon Carter, Shannon Carter grew up idolizing Captain America. She was hired by Edwin Jarvis as a tour guide for the Avengers Headquarters, at that time functioning only as a museum. When the new Avengers team was formed, she was determined to join. She wears a costume based on Captain America's and carries on her arms disc weapons resembling miniature versions of his shield. Her strength and agility are honed by intensive physical training. After joining the team as the American Dream.
Briana is anyones an everyones America dream lol (joke). Hey why not, i'm sure she could fit in that Cap gear pretty nicely.
Britney Amber as Magik:
Illyana Rasputin (born Illyana Nikolievna Rasputina) was born in the Ust-Ordynski Collective farm, near Lake Baikal, Siberia, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union to Nikolai Rasputin and his wife Alexandra Natalya Rasputina. Illyana's two older brothers, Mikhail Nikolaievitch Rasputin and Piotr "Peter" Nikolaievitch Rasputin were both mutants. The X-Men suspected Illyana to be a mutant as well, but they figured that years would pass until her adolescence and the emergence of any possible powers. They were wrong in this hypothesis, however.
Peter's superhuman powers manifested while saving Illyana from a runaway tractor.
Amber not Russian, but who cares she would make an amazing Magik!
Bryci as She-Hulk:
Jennifer Susan Walters, the cousin of Bruce Banner (Hulk), is the small and somewhat shy daughter of Los Angeles County Sheriff William Morris Walters and Elaine (nee Banner) Walters (who died in a car crash when Jennifer was seventeen). Operatives of Nicholas Trask, a crime boss who had crossed paths with her father, shot and seriously wounded her on a day that Bruce Banner happened to be in town for a visit. Since no other donors with her blood type were available, Banner provided his own blood for a transfusion; as they already shared the same blood type and DNA, his radioactive blood, combined with her anger transformed Jennifer into the green-skinned She-Hulk when the mobsters tried to finish her off at the hospital.
Yep she has all the right curves and is big enough to play Jen to a tee lol.
Capri Cavalli as Ms. Marvel (Sharon Ventura):
Sharon Ventura is a comic book superheroine from the Marvel Comics universe. The character first appeared in Thing #27 (September 1985). She also answers to the cryptonym Ms. Marvel (often used by Carol Danvers), and has served as a member of the Fantastic Four and the female wrestlers known as the Grapplers.
Ventura met the Thing, who was involved with the Unlimited Class Wrestling Federation (UCWF) at the time. She signed up for the Power Broker's program in order to have her strength augmented and join the UCWF. The Power Broker (actually Curtiss Jackson), employed Dr. Karl Malus to create super-powered wrestlers for his competitions.
Hence became Ms. Marvel, hence Capri Cavalli!
Capri Anderson as Silver Sable:
The operations of Wild Pack and Silver Sable International drive the national economy of the fictional small European state of Symkaria. The name 'Wild Pack' had been used by the mercenary squad led by Cable for some time, until a legal notice forced them to change it to 'Six Pack'.
Capri with silver hair and silver tight costume = Silver Sable.
Carmella Bing as The Black Queen (Selene Gallio):
Her long life is attributed to the fact that she is a 'psychic vampire', able to drain lives of others in order to extend her own. Her name derives from the ancient lunar deity Selene, daughter of the Titans Hyperion and Theia. Claiming to have already been old when mankind was just emerging, Selene was born 17,000 years ago. Her tribe's elders recognized her for what she was and commanded the entire tribe, including her own mother, to sacrifice their lives to feed her.
Yep she bites, Bing bites too! : P
Carmel Moore as Black Widow II:
Belova is an amoral spy and assassin who was trained by the same spymasters who trained Natasha Romanoff, the first Black Widow. After the death of her trainer, Pyotr Vasilievich Starkovsky, she is activated as the new Black Widow and deployed to investigate. However, she is still set to battle Romanoff for the official title. The battle is inconclusive, and later confrontations between the two lead Belova to doubt herself. Belova eventually retires to Cuba, where she becomes a successful businesswoman and model.
Moore yep perfect Black Widow II and she can shoot a good gun, trust me!
Cherokee as Catwoman:
Catwoman's origin — and, to an extent, her character — was revised in 1986 when writer Frank Miller and artist David Mazzucchelli published Batman: Year One, a revision of Batman's origin. In this version, Selina Kyle is reintroduced as an independent and more modern minded woman. She is a prostitute in order to survive and wants to break away from her abusive pimp (and former boyfriend). She witnesses his crimes and because of an event which occurs to her (nun) sister, fears for her sisters' life and begins to study self defense and martial arts. Her teacher inspires Selina to become more than what she has been and she realizes that prostitution is no life for her or for "Holly". Holly Robinson is a young runaway who idolizes Selina, but is much too young to be on the streets as far as Selina is concerned. Anyways Cherokee = Catwoman! ; P
Chrissy Morgan as Rogue:
Her parents, Owen and Priscilla, married early in their relationship and lived in a back-to-nature hippie commune in Caldecott County, Mississippi.
Anna Marie was a rebellious child and her equally poor relationship with her father prompted her to run away from home as a young teenager. This also prompted the nickname "Rogue". Not long after, she was approached by Mystique, who sought her out on the advice of her precognitive partner Destiny. Mystique ultimately takes Rogue in as a daughter.
Morgan just would look so cool in that Rogue get-up, she would be sweet!
Cody Love as Saturn Girl:
The most talented telepath among of race of powerful mentalists, Imra left her homeworld of Titan to join the Science Police as a teenager. However, during her flight to Earth, an assassination attempt was made on the life of fellow passenger and billionaire R.J. Brande. Using her powers of telepathy, Imra discovered the plot, and, with the help of two other teenagers on board, Lightning Lad and Cosmic Boy, caught the assassin and saved Brande's life. At Brande's urging, she adopted the persona of Saturn Girl, and joined Lightning Lad and Cosmic Boy in founding the Legion of Super-Heroes.
Cody Love loves Saturn Girl, heck why not.
Dani Jensen as Siryn:
Like her father, the X-Men’s Banshee, Siryn is an Irish mutant, who possesses a "sonic scream" capable of incapacitating and injuring an opponent's hearing and sending powerful vibrations through the air. She can use these vibrations to fly. Her name refers to the Sirens of Greek mythology.
Jense firery red head and she's very loud, again why not lol.
Delta White as Lady Black Hawk:
Zinda Blake, the first Lady Blackhawk, is a fictional DC Comics character. She was introduced in Blackhawk #133 (February, 1959). (Quality's characters having been purchased by DC Comics, DC published Blackhawk from #108.)
However, Military Comics #20 (July, 1943) featured a story about a woman who attempts to become the first woman member of the Blackhawks, who looks, sounds and behaves much like Zinda Blake, although she does not divulge her name, and never calls herself Lady Blackhawk. In the story, she flies to Blackhawk Island, declares herself part of the team, and helps the Blackhawks on a mission behind German lines. Ultimately, she rescues Blackhawk himself. Some say that this is Zinda Blake's true first appearance, but this has never been official.
What is official is Delta White makes the perfect Lady Blackhawk! : P
Devon as The Enchantress:
The Enchantress' parentage is unknown, though it is known she was born in Asgard and has a sister by the name of Lorelei. Amora began learning magic as an apprentice of Karnilla, Queen of the Norns but was eventually banished. She continued learning magic on her own, notably by seducing others well versed in magic and learning their secrets. In time, Amora became one of the more powerful magic-wielders in Asgard, with her magical arsenal focused on (but not limited to) charming and mind-controlling people. Her by-now well-renowned beauty did not hinder in this.
Beauty = Devon = beauty. Come on...
Diamond Foxxx as Anaconda:
Blanche "Blondie" Sitznski was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She worked as a steelworker until executives at the Roxxon Oil Company selected her to become a special agent in covert operations. She was already well adjusted to villainy, as she was the calisthenics instructor at Taskmaster's Academy. It was there that she trained several women in hand-to-hand combat, most notably Diamondback and Snapdragon. She was eventually taken to Roxxon's Mutagenic Laboratory and bioengineered by Roxxon's Mutagenics Division to have various permanent serpentine features. Her entire skeletal structure was laced with an artificial adamantium, giving her the ability to elongate her arms and legs, which she uses to constrict her enemies. She has also been surgically given gills, which allows her to breathe underwater. She has tiny scales on her face, neck, chest, and back, and small fins on her lower cheeks. Though Anaconda's trade characteristic is her blonde hair.
Come on... look at that face, Anaconda all over her lol.
Diamond Kitty as Cyblade:
Only fragments of Cyblade's past are known. Dominique Thiebaut was born in the fictional European country of Chalenne, supposedly somewhere near France.
Cyblade has the mutant ability to generate "blades" of electromagnetic energy from her fingers. She can psionically control this power any distance from her, as long as the target is within her line of sight. Her only limitation is that the power dissipates as it travels through the air. Thus, if she fires upon someone who was 25 feet away, they are hit with the equivalent of 25,000 megawatts of power. But, if that person is 2,500 feet away, they are only hit by roughly 500 megawatts. Her blades generate heat up to 5000° Celsius, so they cut through many materials. Cyblade has also had years of martial arts training, and she is adept at the disciplines of Aikido and Jeet Kun Do.
Diamond is Cyblade just close your eyes for a minute, yeah thats it, now you see it, Cyblade! : D
Dominic Jones as Death:
In the stories, Death is both the end of life and a psychopomp. Like most anthropomorphic personifications of death, Death meets with the recently deceased and guides them into their new existence. However, unlike most personifications of death, she also visits people as they are born, according to Destruction in the "Sandman Special". Evidently, only she seems to remember these encounters. In the special issue, it is also revealed that Death was known in Ancient Greece as Teleute.
Come on the picture on this one says it all, dunno if she can act, even a bit but heck thats Death heh heh.
Dylan Ryder as Elektra:
Elektra was born on a Greek island near the Aegean Sea to Hugo Kostas Natchios and his wife Christina Natchios. She had an older brother named Orestez Natchios (in Greek the name should be Oρέστης - i.e. Orestes with Latin alphabet).
Hugo Natchios is known to have eventually served as a Greek ambassador to the United States. 19 year old Elektra first attended Columbia University, New York City, New York. There, Elektra met the man who would become her boyfriend, Matt Murdock.
Well Ryder can ride straight into Hells Kitchen, hell yeah!
Elizabeth Ann Hilden as The White Queen:
Emma Grace Frost. From her initial appearance as the White Queen of the Hellfire Club, Frost appeared as an X-Men villain over the years. She frequently appeared in Uncanny X-Men and the original volume of the New Mutants alongside her Hellions.
Emma Frost is a mutant psion of enormous telepathic ability and is also capable of transforming into an organic diamond state with enhanced strength and durability which suppresses her telepathy.
Hilden is a bit frosty so yeah Frost she is and a great looker too!
Eve Lawrence as Harley Quinn:
Arleen Sorkin, a former star of the soap opera Days of our Lives, appeared in a dream sequence on that series in which she wore a jester costume; Dini used this scene as an inspiration for Quinn. Dini, who had been friends with Sorkin for years, incorporated aspects of her personality into the character.
Come on look at that grin, Eve is Harley Quinn!
Francesca Felucci as Snowbird:
Though not much at all is known about Snowbird's childhood, she is believed to have actively engaged in battle against such malevolent Arctic entities as Tundra's kind. Narya adopted the codename "Snowbird" on the battlefield and the ordinary identity of "Anne McKenzie" in public. In time she trained to join the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, eventually rising to the rank of colonel, working as a Records Officer at Yellowknife, Northwest Territories. When Twoyoungmen's friends, James MacDonald Hudson and Heather Hudson, learned of Narya's powers and origin, they asked both of them to join the Canadian super team, The Flight, later known as Alpha Flight.
Um yeah Snowbird great for Felucci's chops, snow does melt in her mouth as this superhero.
Gemma Massey as Witchblade:
The Witchblade is a conscious, intelligent, and ancient weapon with supernatural origins. It is one of thirteen mystical artifacts, of which several have been revealed: the Witchblade, the Angelus, the Darkness, the Ember Stone, the Glacier Stone, the Rapture, the Blood Sword, the Spear of Destiny, and the Wheel of Shadows.
Sara Pezzini was born November 18, 1970, and is of Italian descent. Her major enemies are Kenneth Irons (whom she briefly dated before discovering his evil nature) and Ian Nottingham (sometime love-interest and ally), and one of the current wielders of the Witchblade.
Massey you can believe would look good as the Witchblade hands down, oh yeah!
Gianna Michaels as Purgatori:
Purgatori was born in Egypt around 1390 BC, and raised in the city of Alexandria. Her parentage is unknown, save that she has the blood of the Fallen Angels in her veins. Her human name is Sakkara, and she was part of the team of slaves that built the burial tomb for Queen Ostraca.
Gianna Michaels was born to play Purgatori, come on, just look at her!
Gina Lynn as Lady Punisher:
Lynn Michaels is a fictional police officer from Marvel Comics. She is a character in the Punisher comic books. She works alongside the Punisher as his sidekick. She is known as Lady Punisher.
Gina Lynn is Lady Punisher!
Got Gisele as Diamond Lil:
Little is known about Lillian Crawley before she joined Canada's Flight Program, though it is known that she was born in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories and that she later worked as a waitress. Given the nature of her powers, she was a prime candidate for Alpha Flight, but was put in the third-tier training group known as Gamma Flight. When the government lost funding and closed the Flight programs, Lil dropped off of the map without a trace.
Later she came back as Got Gisele! : P
Hanna Hilton as Dagger:
Tandy Bowen has the ability to create psionic "light daggers" which travel wherever she wills them, and which drain living beings of vitality when struck. Her "light daggers" also have the capacity to cure certain persons of drug addictions, and can alleviate Cloak's hunger for light. Her powers work only on humans.
Cloak and Dagger both have moderate experience at street-fighting, and Dagger's combat techniques utilize her light powers and ballet dance training, as well as her sense of spatial relations, which had been heightened by her temporary blindness.
Hanna and Dagger just kinda click, no not that way lol, but damn that would be amazing too heh heh!
Heather Summers as Dazzler:
Dazzler (Alison Blaire) is a mutant with the ability to convert sound vibrations into light and energy beams, Dazzler was originally developed as a cross-promotional, multi-media creation between Casablanca Records and Marvel Comics until the tie-ins were dropped in 1980.
Summers can dazzler me anytime and would be awesome as Dazzler!
Hunter Bryce as Hawk (the female one lol):
Holly Granger. In 2003, JSA issues #45-50 told of a mysterious woman in a coma who was taken into the care of the Justice Society. Initially thought to be the comatose body of Hector Hall's missing wife, Hippolyta Trevor, the woman was revealed to be none other than the presumed-dead Dawn Granger.
What can i say, nah wont say anything...
Isis Love as Gypsy:
Cindy Reynolds is born to suburban couple Edward and June Reynolds. Cindy grows to adulthood, and soon after Cindy's brother is born, which destabilizes her parents' marriage. When her powers of illusion begin to manifest at age fourteen, Cindy runs away from home, buying a one-way bus ticket to Detroit.
Once in Detroit, Cindy uses her chameleon and illusion-casting powers to protect herself. As she grows to adulthood, she adopts the identity of Gypsy, patterning her dress after the popular image of the gypsy.
No Isis can't be Isis she's Gypsy! ; P
Jada Fire as Vixen (Mari Jiwe McCabe):
In ancient Africa, there was a legend that the warrior Tantu asked Anansi the Spider to create a totem that would give the wearer all of the powers of the animal kingdom, if they would use the power to protect the innocent.
Vixen possesses the innate ability to make direct contact with the Earth's morphogenetic field, which is sometimes known as the Red. This contact with the Red allows Vixen to mimic the abilities of nearby animals, by simply focusing on a specific animal's abilities and then drawing it directly from the field. Her natural range for mimicking animal abilities is about 150 feet. Vixen wears a mystic artifact called the Tantu Totem, a fox-head shaped talisman given to her ancestors by the African trickster god Anansi.
This girl actually has been in a few things so in Vixen's costume she is!
Jana Jordan as Ms Marvel (Carol Danvers):
Carol Danvers is Ms. Marvel and Ms. Marvel initially possessed superhuman strength, endurance, stamina, flight, physical durability and a limited precognitive "seventh sense". As Binary, the character could tap the energy of a "white hole", allowing manipulation of stellar energies, and therefore control over heat, the electromagnetic spectrum and gravity. Light speed travel and the ability to exist in the vacuum of space were also possible.
Come on who wouldn't want to see Jana Jordan in Ms. Marvel's costume, hands up please...
Jana Minarikova as Spiral:
Spiral's real name is Rita Wayword, better known as 'Ricochet Rita', a professional stuntwoman who befriended Longshot when he first appeared on Earth. Rita was attacked by her evil, future self which led to her meeting Longshot and falling in love with him. When Longshot sought to return to his home dimension.
Jana what-her-name a couple of extra arms and wham! How good would that look on film!? ; D
Janessa Brazil as Jade:
Jade (Jennifer-Lynn Hayden) is a fictional character, a superheroine in the DC Comics DC universe. Known affectionately as "Jennie" or "Jen", she is the daughter of Alan Scott, the Golden Age Green Lantern. Her mother is Rose Canton, the Golden Age villain known as Thorn. Jennie-Lynn has a twin brother, Todd James Rice, who is the superhero Obsidian.
Along with Obsidian, Jade was a founding member of Infinity, Inc. She has worked with both the Justice League and Justice Society of America, as well as most recently being a member and eventual leader of the Outsiders. She was also a member of the resurrected Green Lantern Corps after given a spare power ring. She has been romantically linked with Hank King (Brainwave) and with Green Lantern Kyle Rayner. She was the first female Green Lantern from Earth.
Janessa Brazil all in green with a power ring, heck yeah!
Janine Lindemulder as Typhoid Mary:
Typhoid Mary is an enemy and former lover of Daredevil with low level psionic powers, including telekinesis. She has been a professional criminal employed by organized crime syndicates as an assassin in the past. She is also truly and gravely mentally ill.
Her condition was accidentally caused by a pre-Daredevil Matt Murdock. He had tracked a villain down to the brothel where Mary worked. He attacked the man, but to his surprise, the girls working there came at him. Panicking, he lashed out, knocking Mary out the window. It was at this moment that Mary somehow became Typhoid Mary, vowing no man would ever hurt her again.
Mary and Janine just click, she would play a mean Typhoid Mary!
Jayden Jaymes as Phantom Lady II:
A second Phantom Lady, Delilah "Dee" Tyler, was introduced in Action Comics Weekly #636 (January, 1989) and was given a back-up feature in that title through #641 with art by Chuck Austen. The daughter of the U.S. Attorney General, Tyler was trained by the original Phantom Lady, the now-elderly Sandra Knight, at the exclusive Université Notre Dame des Ombres (Our Lady of the Shadows) in France. She inherited Knight's equipment and costume.
JJ just seems too perfect for Phantom Lady and you can't argue she has the bod hands down!
Jena Haze as Velocity:
Velocity, (real name Carin Taylor), she was cybernetically enhanced like the rest of Cyberforce, by a company called Cyberdata. Cyberdata was a global corporation with ambitions of world control. It was run by brilliant scientists who created advanced cybernetics technology and employed it with the creation of “Special Hazardous Operations Cyborgs”, or SHOCS for short. Velocity’s induction into the SHOCS program endowed her with supersonic speed and movement, much like the DC Comics character the Flash.
Jena Haze just screams Velocity, so Velocity she is!
Jenaveve Jolie as Jagular:
A female version of the Jaguar, written by William Messner-Loebs, was used in DC Comics' Impact revamp of the Archie superheroes. She was naive and good-hearted Maria DeGuzman who came to North America from Rio de Janeiro to study at Elm Harbor University when to her surprise she inherited from her late aunt the werewolf-like ability to transform into the large, muscular, barefoot and green-eyed Jaguar. Unlike her male namesake, however, in this ferocious feline form her powers were limited to superhuman strength and agility combined with cat-like claws and senses. She eventually "married" the Impact version of the Fly at the end of the Crucible mini-series.
Jenaveve is Jagular, damn just look at them claws! ; D
Jenna Doll as Sydney Savage:
Savage was recruited to Danger Girl by Deuce. Before joining Sydney was an Australian Special-Ops agent with a reputation for her skill with a bullwhip and audacious risk taking. She was part of the mission that rescued Abbey Chase in Costa Rica. When Deuce offered Abbey a place on the team, Sydney was wary of working with someone with her shady past.
Jenna Doll you can believe she just fell out of the pages of Danger Girl, hey by the way its a good read, read it!
Jenna Jameson as Lady Death:
The setting for the original Lady Death comic was medieval Sweden. The woman who would become Lady Death was born a mortal named Hope. Her father was a local nobleman named Matthias who was forcibly conscripting peasants into military service as feudal levies. The exact nature of the war that Matthias was prosecuting is not specified, although evidence from the recent revision of the character by Avatar Press suggests that it may have been one of the Northern Crusades (also known as the Baltic Crusades).
Man who else can play Lady Death but Jenna Jameson herself, there is no other. I mean come on, Hey bonus with this one is Jenna does mainstream now and isn't a bad actress at all, i'd hire her! ; )
Jenna Presley as Black Widow (Claire Voyant):
Black Widow (Claire Voyant) is a character appearing in comic books published by Marvel Comics. She is one of the first costumed, superpowered female protagonists. An antihero who killed evildoers in order to deliver their souls to Satan, her master, she first appeared in Mystic Comics #4 (August 1940), published by Marvel predecessor Timely Comics. Created by writer George Kapitan and artist Harry Sahle, she is unrelated to Marvel's later superspy character called Black Widow.
Madame Claire Voyant is a spirit medium who communicates with the dead through supernatural means. She has blonde hair and an eerily flowing green dress. While serving a family named the Waglers, she is possessed by Satan to put a curse on them. James, a member of that family, survives a subsequent car crash provoked by the spell, and returns to Claire's quarters and guns her down.
Voyant's soul goes to Hell, where Satan dresses her in her Black Widow costume, which has a spider-like design on the front, a green cape similar to her dress, and boots with fire designs on the trim. He gives her the power to kill with a single touch of her fingers to the head (which leaves a branded "Black Widow mark"); to summon flames; and to use other mystical tricks.
Bet you didn't know all that right? Anyways Presley makes a perfect Original Black Widow!
Jenny Poussin as The Invisible Woman:
Invisible Woman has primarily appeared in issues of Fantastic Four. Susan's initial power of invisibility proved to be of minor consequence in the team's early missions, especially compared to the abilities of the others in the group. Eventually, the creators expanded Sue's abilities, giving her the power to render other objects and people invisible and create strong force fields and psionic blasts. Despite her enhanced abilities, Susan served primarily as an assistant and second-in-command to Reed.
Jenny would make a great Sue Storm/Richards and if she wears that costume up top, hubba hubba!
Jesse Jane as Jesse Quick:
In hopes of creating a successor, Johnny Quick taught the formula that gave him his enhanced speed to his daughter Jesse. The formula worked on Jesse as well and she gained super-speed. Contrary to what her father had intended however, Jesse instead opted to continue her education, rather than becoming a costumed crime fighter.
But she did become a costumed crime fighter anyway and we all know who Jesse Jane is and damn even the name fits like a lightning bolt! : P
Jessica Jaymes as The Huntress:
The Modern Age Huntress is Helena Rosa Bertinelli (also Hellena Janice Bertinelli in the miniseries Robin 3, Cry of the Huntress), the daughter of one of Gotham's mafia bosses who, after seeing her entire family murdered by a mob hit, vows revenge. During the No Man's Land she works as Batgirl, but not alongside Batman (whom the citizens believe abandoned them).
Jessica Jaymes a favorite of mine, fine gal thats perfect for Huntress, oh heck heck yeah!
Jessica Lynn as Maiden Justice:
Maiden Justice, when she had truly grown up, Monica became the crime reporter for the Free Press. Ezra, one of the few good cops in the city, showed her the corruption of the government. Shortly after he showed her, he foolishly walked into an ambush with no backup and died at the hands of a 19th century Prussian mastermind known as Nemesis.
Many probably know little or nothing of this character, nope me neither, don't stop Jessica Lynn playing her though, i can see it now lol.
Jewel as Caitlin Fairchild:
In her sophomore year, Caitlin was recruited into Project: Genesis which she believed to be some sort of government internship.
Caitlin was affected by her gen-factor causing her mass to increase and her muscle density to grow exponentially. This gives her incredible strength and durability as well as increased stamina and agility. She has confronted and been able to hold her own against some of the strongest heroes and villains in the Wildstorm universe.
Jewel, no brainer right, who wouldn't?
Julia Bond as Black Orchid:
The grown-up Suzy is identical to her "sister" and carries on the tradition in both the DC Universe and related Vertigo titles. She has appeared in four event titles: 1999's Totems one-shot, 2001's Justice Leagues limited series, 2005's Day of Vengeance limited series, and 2006's Infinite Crisis limited series. She is at present an ally of the Shadowpact and the Birds of Prey.
Suzy can generate seductive pheromones, just like Julia Bond! : P
Kagney Linn Karter as Supergirl:
Beginning in September 1996, DC published a Supergirl title written by Peter David. The 1996 Supergirl comic revamps the previous Matrix Supergirl by merging her with a human being, resulting in a new Supergirl. Many old elements of the pre-Crisis Supergirl are reintroduced in new forms. The woman that Matrix merges with has the same name as pre-Crisis Supergirl's secret identity, Linda Danvers. The series is set in the town of Leesburg, named after pre-adoption secret identity, Linda Lee. Linda's father is named Fred Danvers, the same as pre-Crisis Supergirl's adopted father.
Yeah Kagney just screams like a Kryptonite mallet Supergirl!
Katsumi as Shi:
Shi is a young woman named Ana Ishikawa. Her father Shiro is a Japanese warrior and her mother Catherine is an American Catholic missionary. As a child, Ana witnessed the brutal murder of her father and brother at the hands of an upstart Yakuza thug named Masahiro Arashi. After this, she swore revenge on the Yakuza and went out to become one of the deadliest assassins in the world. Ana was trained by her grandfather Yoshitora in the martial arts. In order to disguise herself, she painted her face white in order to resemble Tora No Shi ("Tiger of Death"), a legendary female warrior of medieval Japan. Ana herself gained the name "Shi" ("Death" in Japanese) for her ferocity and ruthlessness.
Katsumi is talented lol and would make the Shi we're looking for!
Kayden Kross as Moonstone (Karla Sofen) :
Karla Sofen was born in Van Nuys, California. She grew up in the mansion of Hollywood producer Charles Stockbridge, as the child of Stockbridge's butler Karl Sofen. After her father died, her mother Marion worked three jobs to put her daughter through college, and Karla vowed never to end up like her mother, to never put another's needs before her own. Despite building a successful practice as a psychologist and psychiatrist, Karla so disliked being dependent on her patients for income that she entered the super-criminal world as an aide to Doctor Faustus. Learning of the original Moonstone, Lloyd Bloch, she became his psychologist and manipulated him into rejecting the source of his powers, an extraterrestrial gem of considerable power, which she then acquired and absorbed to gain the powers of Moonstone. She then battled the Hulk.
She can battle me any time, Kayden Kross would make an epic Moonstone!
Kiki Vidis as Giganta:
Giganta is a fictional character, a red-haired super-villainess appearing in DC Comics publications and related media. A longtime enemy of Wonder Woman and an occasional foil for The Atom, Giganta possesses the superhuman ability to increase her physical size and mass, effectively transforming into a giantess.
Who wouldn't want to see a giant sized Kiki Vidis i tell you?
Lacy Duvalle as Pantha:
Pantha, also known as subject X-24, was a cat-like member of one of the incarnations of the Teen Titans. During her time with the Titans, she had no knowledge as to her origins, whether she was a human woman or a female panther before the Wildebeest Society mutated her. But tragically, her ultimately fruitless search lead her to many dead-ends. The significance of her designation as "X-24" was also never revealed.
Yep Lacy in that cat outfit would certainly get a lot of viewers! : P
Lanny Barbie as Spider-woman (Jessica Drew):
Jessica Miriam Drew, daughter of Jonathan and Merriam Drew, was born in London, England. At a young age, Jessica was lethally poisoned by radiation while living near Mount Wundagore in Transia. In an attempt to save her life, her father injected her with an experimental serum based on irradiated spiders' blood. Because the serum did not have any apparent effect on her, the man who would come to be known as the High Evolutionary (Herbert Wyndham) placed her in a genetic accelerator. While in the accelerator, she aged at a decelerated rate. When she was finally released, decades later, Drew was only seventeen years old.
Well anyway she's Spider-Woman now and heh heh (cast her before lol) i bring you Lanny Barbie or also known places as Lannie Barby as Jessica Drew who is the original Spider-woman!
Laura Lion as Hawkgirl III:
The current Hawkgirl is Kendra Saunders, a young woman who committed suicide. When Kendra's soul left her body, that of her grandfather's 1st cousin Shiera Hall, the Golden Age Hawkgirl, entered it, making Kendra a walk-in. Her grandfather, former OSS agent and globe-trotting adventurer Speed Saunders, recognized this, in part due to a change in eye color, and encouraged his granddaughter to embrace her destiny as the "new" Hawkgirl. Kendra had a daughter named Mia, who is said to be deceased.
Still believing herself to be Kendra, she debuted as a hero using the original Hawkgirl's equipment and set out in search of a being called the Fate-Child (actually her own reincarnated son, Hector Hall). This led to a meeting with the Justice Society and Kendra's induction to that team.
She currently has all of Kendra's memories, but almost none of Shiera's save for fighting experiences. This creates tension with Hawkman since he remembers all of their past lives together and believes they are destined for each other.
Laura Lion is better as a Hawk as in Hawkgirl, damn she'd be great!
Lexi Belle as Liberty Belle:
The first Liberty Belle is Libby Lawrence-Chambers. Her powers of enhanced speed, strength, and stamina are linked to the ringing of the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia. Early in her mystery-woman career she has an assistant in that city who would, when signaled, ring the bell for her.
In her later years, after decades of super-strength and retarded aging, many begin to theorize about the nature of her powers - some believed the sonic vibrations of the bell triggers a meta-human gene, some believe that it is mystical, that Libby is connected to the power of the Spirit of America, like the hero Uncle Sam. Most of Liberty Belle's heroic exploits take place during the Second World War.
Lexi Belle as Liberty Belle, gotta a kinda a ring to it and she looks good for the part too!
Lichelle Marie as Thundra:
Thundra is a warrior woman and time traveler from an alternate future 23rd century. In the future society she hails from, planet Earth is now known as Femizonia and is ruled by amazon-like female overlords (Femizons) who have conquered and enslaved the diminished male population. The former United States is now the 'United Sisterhood Republic', and Thundra hails from the megalopolis of Greater Milago.
Well what can i say, if you know Thundra you know Lichelle Marie would fit the role to a tee.
Madelyn Marie as Topaz:
The character's origins and real name are unknown, even to herself. As an adolescent child, Topaz was found by the sorcerer Taboo, who was living in an Indian prison camp at the time. Also living in the prison camp, the locals feared the girl and called her a witch, as she was able to magically create flowers, move things with her mind and cause things to disappear. Wishing to use her abilities to his own ends, Taboo adopted her and named her Topaz. He used her as a familiar and taught her several magical spells.
Madelyn Marie would make an amazing Topaz.
Mai Ly as Jubilation Jubilee:
A mutant, Jubilee had the superhuman power to generate "fireworks" of explosive plasma. A teenage "mall rat," she was the X-Men's youngest member in the early 1990s, often playing sidekick to Wolverine. She eventually joined the junior team Generation X. She was a prominent character in the 1990s-era.
Mai Ly, oh yeah i can see it! I think so...
Mariah Milano as Nightshade:
Once integrated into the DC Universe in Crisis on Infinite Earths, Nightshade was revamped as a government super-spy who worked for Task Force X aka Suicide Squad. While the core group was busy dealing with the events of the crossover "Legends", Nightshade, along with fellow spy Nemesis, was sent overseas to infiltrate the mercenary death squad known as "Jihad". Taking the name Chimera, Nightshade was forced to participate in the massacre of innocent civilians at an airport as Jihad sought to demonstrate their effectiveness to a potential client. This event deeply affected Nightshade, causing tension between her and Suicide Squad leader Amanda Waller.
Milano has what it takes to become Nightshade, watch her stuff lol.
Mason Moore as Dawnstar:
Dawnstar is her real name (she has no Legion code name), and she is from Starhaven, a planet colonized by Indians abducted from Earth by an unknown alien race in the 13th Century. Her name is derived from the appearance on Earth of the planet Venus, the "morning star," which is why she wears an eight-pointed star ornament on her forehead.
Dawnstar's unique powers include the ability to track life forms and objects across light years of distance and through interstellar space. She can survive in deep space for long periods of time without a spacesuit or viable atmosphere, by generating a self-sustaining environmental forcefield. In deep space, she can travel at faster-than-light speeds. In an Earth-normal atmosphere or in a sizable gravity well, her speed is diminished.
She wears a Legion flight ring to signal for help, for monitoring of her location, and for other non-flight uses.
Mason can wear that flight ring any old time! ; )
Masuimi max as Madame Mirage:
The story of murder, intrigue and revenge with superpowers, the world of Madame Mirage takes place in a world where superheroes were man made creations through the advances in technology or bio-engineering to turn people into metahumans and metahumans into gods. But when there are heroes, there must be villains. As people took advantage of the mega-tech for personal gain, the technology was banned, the superheroes became outlawed and the real outlaws went underground.
Just look at Masuimi, born to play Madame Mirage i tell ya!
Melissa Lauren as Hawkeye (Kate Bishop):
Young Avengers Special revealed that sometime prior to joining the team she was brutally attacked in (what appears to be) Central Park. At first, the incident left Kate traumatized, but then it spurred her to engage in intense combat training. So far the team is unaware of this incident as Kate only told her therapist and Jessica Jones. The exact nature of the attack is not made clear—only the initial ambush is shown on panel. However, based on her conversation with Jessica Jones, it can be assumed that the attack was sexual in nature – most likely rape – since Jessica Jones replies that a similar incident lead her to end her own superhero career.
Mellisa i reckon is up for the role, arrows and all, hey she can act too! ; )
Memphis Monroe as Ms. Victory:
Miss Victory was secretly stenographer Joan Wayne, whose work in a Government department, coupled with her desire to help the war effort, led her to don the patriotic guise of Miss Victory: a tight-fitting, red-white-and-blue costume with a plunging neckline and a V emblem across her chest.
Well i reckon Memphis would look great with that V on her chest!
Mili Jay as Triplicate Girl:
Triplicate Girl, able to split into three people. Member of the Legion of Super-Heroes, a super group based in the 30th and 31st centuries of the DC Universe.
Yep who wouldn't want to see three times the fun of Mili Jay's assets!
Morgan Layne as She-Ra:
She-Ra is introduced in the animated movie The Secret of the Sword as Force Captain Adora, an agent of the Evil Horde that rules the planet Etheria. She discovers that she is the long-lost sister of Prince Adam of Eternia, having been stolen by the Horde's leader, Hordak, as a baby. She is granted the Sword of Protection, which parallels He-Man's Sword of Power, gaining the power to transform into She-Ra, her secret identity.
Layne oh my, yes would be sweet as She-Ra can see it now, oh and she as a bit of acting talent too! ; D
Nicole Graves as Tigra:
"The Tigra" is the historical defender/champion of the Cat People, a humanoid race created by sorcery during the Dark Ages. Concerned about the Cat People's uncontrollable population growth and savagery, a community of sorcerers eventually banished the entire original Cat People population to a demonic netherworldly realm.
Well i can see Nicole Graves hanging out at the West Coast Avengers headquarters what about you?
Nina Mercedez as Madame Xanadu:
Madame Xanadu's origins are explored in an ongoing Vertigo series by Matt Wagner, with art by Amy Reeder Hadley. According to this series, her full name was once Nimue Inwudu and she is a sister of Morgana le Fey and Vivienne, the Lady of the Lake. The sisters are descendants of the Elder Folk, survivors of Atlantis who evolved into the race known as the Homo Magi.
Nimue wanders around the world for some time, becoming an advisor to many great rulers. She spends time in Kublai Khan's court at Xanadu, leading to her nickname of "Madame Xanadu."
Nina = Madame Xanadu, i reckon we have a winner here! ; P
Pamela Anderson as Stripperella:
Stripperella was an American animated series created by Stan Lee. The main character, voiced by and based on Pamela Anderson, is a stripper named Erotica Jones who is also the superheroine/secret agent Stripperella.
Stripperella's powers include enhanced reflexes and senses, an above average intelligence (realizing obvious things that everyone else in the show is inevitably oblivious to), superhuman strength.
Yeah i know, Pam isn't a adult star of nothing but hey, i think she's perfect for this role, heck the roles based on her what more do you want lol, oh and she did bring out that dodgy video out years ago heh heh.
Phoenix Marie as Marionette:
The Micronauts originate in the Microverse, a microscopic series of diverse habitats that are linked together in the fashion of molecule chains. The original team comes together in response to the threat posed by former academic and now murderous dictator, Baron Karza. Commander Arcturus Rann (returning from a thousand-year deep space voyage in suspended animation) and Biotron, his robot co-pilot, return on the HMS (Homeworld Micro Ship) Endeavor, to discover Karza has slain the royal family, who are in fact Rann's parents. What follows is an epic war across the Microverse: Rann and his allies against Karza.
Marrionette's one on them, i call Phoenix Marie!
Priya Rai as Devi:
Devi was a celestial warrior goddess created by the gods to fight the renegade god Bala in the second century of man. When Bala rose again to threaten the universe, Devi was reborn within the body of a young woman named Tara Mehta.
The Devi entity had emerged within a warrior-woman of the Durapasya (human warriors of light) clan. She had led the armies of the gods and men on an all-out assault on Bala’s Fortress.
I reckon Indian actress Priya Rai would make a great Devil who appears in Virgin Comics of the same name.
Puma Swede as Copycat:
Under the orders of Tolliver, Copycat infiltrated X-Force in the shape of Domino, while she was prisoner. Her mission was to blow up X-Force's headquarters in order to kill Cable. But she became attached to the team members and failed her mission. Tolliver sent Deadpool to force her to set the bomb. Deadpool would be put in her place, if she refused. Deadpool blew Copycat's cover to X-Force and left them for dead after blowing up the complex without knowing that X-Force had already escaped.
Yep i can see Puma doing all that! : P
Sammy Jayne as Lionheart:
Kelsey Leigh was a single mother with two young children who lived in South-East England (Kent). She was a schoolteacher who taught English literature and history. Back when she was married, thugs invaded her home. One of them attempted to rape her: she fought back, hurting him and he cut her face with a broken bottle in revenge, scarring her permanently. Meanwhile, her husband, Richard, was too paralyzed with fear to help her. His guilt over that incident led to the dissolution of the marriage.
Lets just say she met Captain America and Wasp then Captain Britain and managed to get some nifty superpowers: Super-strength, speed, stamina, reflexes and reactions, endurance, senses, and flight. The Sword of Might gives Kelsey the ability to form energy blasts or shields.
Sammy Jayne English actress and model, perfect for Lionheart!
Sarah Blake as Tara:
Tara, an "Eve-series synthetic humanoid", was apparently created by the U.S. government to serve as a special agent and/or weapon. Her technology was derived in large part from that of the original Human Torch, Jim Hammond. She was placed on the newly-formed team of New Invaders, accompanying them on their first field mission. At that time, she did not have full control of her incendiary powers, and was placed in a special containment chamber when not in combat.
Yeah Sarah Blake's hot enough to play Tara me thinks.
Sarah Peachez as Rachel Summers:
Rachel Anne Summers (also known as Rachel Grey, codename Marvel Girl) is a fictional character, a comic book superheroine created by writer Chris Claremont and artist/co-writer John Byrne for Marvel Comics. The character first appeared in Uncanny X-Men #141 (January 1981) and has since been affiliated with several comic book superhero teams including the X-Men and Excalibur.
Rachel was designed to have inherited her mother's vast telepathic and telekinetic talents. Her original codename Phoenix (and later Marvel Girl), was in homage to Jean Grey. Although the character is considered unique to the Marvel Comics "multiverse," her name has been used to designate the mother of Marvel characters Hyperstorm and Dream Summers in respective timelines.
Rachel Anne Summers comes from an alternate future Earth known as Earth 811 as seen in the "Days of Future Past" storyline and Sarah Preachez is our girl!
Sasha Grey as Mary Marvel:
She is the alter ego of teenager Mary Batson (adopted name Mary Bromfield), twin sister of Captain Marvel's alter-ego, Billy Batson. Like her brother, Mary has been granted the power of the wizard Shazam, and has but to speak the wizard's name to be transformed into the superpowered Mary Marvel.
As Billy's twin, Mary shared Billy's ability to transform into a superhero by speaking the name of the wizard Shazam. In her petite superpowered state, Mary Marvel originally wore a red short-sleeved blouse and red skirt lined with gold trim, which included a lightning bolt insignia and cape.
Sasha Grey deff Mary Marvel, heck perfect as Evil Mary! ; )
Savannah Gold as Silver Swan (Valerie Beaudry):
In the Post-Crisis continuity, Valerie Beaudry was exposed to radiation from nuclear tests while in the womb. This caused her to be horribly deformed. Valerie had no friends except for a pen pal named Henry Cobb Armbruster. The head of Armbruster International, he exploited Valerie's need for acceptance by choosing her for his Silver Swan project. Valerie was mutated by the industrialist to become the Silver Swan, granting her incredible beauty as well as tremendous hypersonic powers.
Savannah has all that hands down, i say yay!
Savannah Stern as Owlwoman:
Wenonah Littlebird is a full-blooded Native American from Oklahoma who represents the Kiowa tribe. She became Owlwoman and was first seen helping Hawkman and his wife Hawkwoman dismantle a bomb in the darkness of an Oklahoma field. She also takes part in the Crisis on Infinite Earths. She was offered a chance to become a member of the Global Guardians, a team of international heroes, and she accepted. While on the team, she fell for her teammate Jack O'Lantern, and the two quickly became a couple.
Owlwoman has magical abilities that allow her to fly by riding air-currents and see in total darkness. She also has heightened senses of smell and hearing, and has excellent tracking and navigation skills. After she was brainwashed by Queen Bee, Owlwoman gained retractable claws that could slice through steel.
Stern is Owlwoman, i can see her flying about, hey and she's got the chops too!
Shanna Moakler as Judge Anderson:
Like her namesake Cassandra, Judge Anderson has psychic powers. In addition to being able to sense approaching danger and foresee events of the near future, as did her namesake, she also has telepathy. This allows her to read other people's minds and use mental attacks. These abilities allowed her to be a member of Mega-City One's corps of Judges as member of the Psi Division, which includes all Judges possessing psychic abilities.
One of my favorite 2000AD characters, yeah i think Shanna would do it justice (pun intended lol).
Shawna Lenee as Namora:
Namora is a character that originated in the Golden Age of Comic Books. Her original name was Aquaria Nautica Neptunia, but she was nicknamed "Namora" in honor of her cousin Namor. Like Namor, she is a hybrid mutant with superhuman strength and the power of flight by using the ankle wings on her feet. When her father was killed by treasure-hunting surface-dwellers, she fully changed her name to Namora, the Atlantean term for "Avenging Daughter", as Namor means "Avenging Son". She was Namor's cousin, and became his companion for a period of several years.
Come on, who wouldn't wanna see Shawna Lenee all wet and stuff! : P
Shyla Stylez as Power Girl:
Power Girl (real name Kara Zor-L, also known as Karen Starr) is a DC Comics superheroine, making her first appearance in All Star Comics.
Power Girl is the Earth-Two counterpart of Supergirl and the first cousin of Kal-L, Superman of the pre-Crisis Earth-Two. The infant Power Girl's parents enabled her to escape the destruction of Krypton. Although she left the planet at the same time that Superman did, her ship took much longer to reach Earth-Two.
Possessing superhuman strength and the ability to fly, she is a member of the Justice Society of America and the team's first chairwoman. Power Girl sports a bob of blond hair; wears a distinctive white, red, and blue costume; and has an aggressive fighting style.
I've always thought Shyla Stylez could do a good blue movie Power Girl, its right there in your face, heck yeah!
Sienna West as Bulleteer:
27-year-old Alix Harrower is married to Lance, a research scientist who has developed a thin metal skin that can bond with collagen, turning tissue indestructibly hard. When this "smartskin" is applied to a living being, such as Lance's initial test subject, a mouse named "Metal Mickey", the subject becomes endowed with superhuman strength.
Bulleteer is a fictional character and DC Comics superheroine and West just seems to fit this role.
Silvia Saint as Ice (Tora Olafsdotter):
The princess of an isolated tribe of magic-wielding Norsemen, Tora Olafsdotter has the natural ability to create and manipulate ice. She joined the Global Guardians as Norway's member (replacing Icemaiden Sigrid Nansen) after they promised to protect her people. After the Guardians' UN funding was withdrawn in the wake of the Justice League's reformation as the Justice League International, her friend Green Flame (later Fire) talked her into walking up to a JLI embassy and asking for a job. Remarkably, in the wake of Black Canary's resignation and the abduction of several members, the short-handed JLI took them on.
Saint is Ice all over and more, great accent too, check her out in "X-Girls" an X-men parody movie, great stuff!
Simi Torpedo as Lady Rawhide:
Lady Rawhide is a scantily clad masked vigilante gal, who defends the people from their oppression against tyrannical officials and other nasty villains from Topps comics.
You have gotta love any girls name that has Torpedo in it lol, yeah she'd make a great Lady Rawhide, whip an all!
Sophie Dee as Amethyst:
Thirteen years before the start of the series, Amethyst's eventual nemesis and arranged marriage husband, the evil Dark Opal, ruler of the House of Opal, murdered her parents the King and Queen of the House of Amethyst (which was the rightful ruling House at the time) and set himself up as permanent ruler. However, the infant Princess Amethyst was taken to Earth by Citrina, to be raised there. Thirteen years later, Amethyst returned and led a rebellion that eventually killed Dark Opal and restored freedom to Gemworld.
Yeah Dee can be a good Amethyst and she can act too!
Southern Brooke as Raven:
A character with a morbid past and origins, Raven is the half-breed daughter of a human mother named Arella and the interdimensional demon Trigon. She grew up in an alternate dimension called Azarath, with pacifistic inhabitants whose spiritual leader was the mystic Azar. In her homeland, she was taught to "control her emotions" by Azar, in order to suppress her inherited demonic powers. Essentially, it was feared that if Raven was allowed to feel any strong emotion, she could become a demon like her father.
Brooke great for this part, who wouldn't lol.
Stormy Daniels as Thor Girl:
In the beginning of time, alien sorcerer X'Hoss foretells the creation of the Designate, who will help evolve sentient beings to the next level of existence. Billions of years later, Tarene is born. She is told about the fate of the evil Destroyer and together with others seeks a way to stop him. In the meantime, Thanos obtains X'Hoss' knowledge and destroys Tarene's home-world. She gains the help of Thor and Orikal in defeating the villain.
Tarene later transforms herself into an Asgardian goddess and becomes Thor's loyal ally, taking the name "Thor Girl" and the civilian identity of Jake Olson's 'cousin' Tara. She tries to assist Thor in his adventures, aiding him in his confrontations.
Yeah, i can see Stormy teaming up with Hemsworth (lucky devil lol).
Teagan Presley as Dart:
Jill August was born on August 12, 1969, in Detroit, Michigan. She grew up timid and demoralized, witnessing her mother's constant spousal abuse at the hands of her father, and her friends' abuse at the hands of a cruel coach at school. She witnessed her father beat her mother to death, a crime for which he was sentenced to life in prison, effectively leaving Jill an orphan.
Jill trained herself in a number of martial arts disciplines and sharpened her already formidable dart-throwing accuracy. She designed a costume and took the name "Dart" to become a superhero in Detroit.
Teagan can play Image comics Dart easy and boy would she look good in that costume!
Tera Patrick as Wonder Woman:
Wonder Woman's body is a mystical creation made from the clay surrounding Themyscira. Through divine means, her disembodied soul was nurtured in and retrieved from the Cavern of Souls. Once the soul was placed into the body it immediately came to life, and was blessed with metahuman abilities by six Olympian deities.
Demeter, the goddess of agriculture and fertility, blessed Diana with strength drawn from the Earth spirit Gaea, making her one of the physically strongest heroes in the DC Universe. She has been observed assisting in preventing large chunks of the Moon from crashing onto the Earth, supporting the weight of bridges, hefting entire railroad trains, and even managing to physically overpower Supergirl.
Tera , Goddess, need i say more, yeah i will, perfect for Wonder Woman! ; P
Tiffany Preston as Gravity Girl:
Laura Conway (of the year 3952) was born with the ability to control gravity. Fearful of her own great power, she kept her talent hidden until the fateful day she met the legendary super-team known as the FURIES. She assumed the identity of Gravity Girl, and went on to become a founding member of the short-lived Power Squad. When the Squad time-travelled to the late 20th century, she became enamored of the Earth in that era. Laura found herself alone and pregnant, choosing to take up residence in the late 20th century to raise her child in a simpler time and place.
Preston makes a great Gravity Girl, yep glad you can see it too!
Tori Black as Black Cat:
The Black Cat is a sexy comic book adventure heroine published by Harvey Comics from 1941 to 1951. Harvey also published reprints of the character in both the mid fifties and the early sixties.
Linda Turner was the daughter of silent film western actor Tim Turner and a former Hollywood stunt woman. Linda had successfully made the transition from stunt woman to lead actress. During the filming of an unnamed picture, Linda suspects the film's director, Garboil (no first name given) of being a Nazi spy or at the very least an American Bund member. In order to follow him and gain corroborating evidence, she disguises herself in a backless blue blouse, red shorts, blue flared gloves, red buccaneer boots and a blue opera mask and calls herself The Black Cat (Pocket Comics #1).
Yes not the Marvel Black Cat but the Harvey comics version and i think Tori Black could just own the part! : P
Trisha Uptown as Polaris:
Polaris (Lorna Dane) she can control magnetism. She has a long-held suspicion that Magneto is her biological father. She has had a complicated long term relationship with the X-Man Havok, to whom she was engaged. As the daughter of Magneto she is the half sister of the Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver.
Trisha Uptown with tight spandex and green hair, hmm heck yeah i say, she has the chops too!
Veronica Rayne as Callisto:
Callisto's origins are unknown, although she has claimed that the scars she bears are proof of "how dumb a mistake" it was for her to try to live among normal humans; in one of her earlier appearances, her greatest psychological fear is the image of the beautiful woman that she once was, although she may have overcome that as of the present.
A mutant, Callisto possesses enhanced senses of sight (including night vision), hearing, smell, taste, and touch, and possibly moderate degrees of enhanced strength and agility.
Well i reckon Rayne has that Mutant Morlock type look about her, i think she'll do fine for the part!
Vicky Vette as Aleta Ogord:
Aleta Ogord, an Arcturan, was born on the planet Arcturus IV, in the late 20th century of the Earth-691 timeline. She was trained to be aggressive and resented her weak and intellectual adoptive brother Stakar. When she was physically merged with Stakar, such that only one of them could exist physically at any one time, she spent much time suspended in limbo. She grew passive and, in time, fell in love with Stakar. The Hawk God allowed the two to separate for a time, and she gave birth to three children, Tara, Sita, and John.
Aleta is a member of the alien race of the planet Arcturus IV who has merged into a composite being with her adoptive brother Stakar by an alien energy device. Vicky Vette makes a very seductive Aleta, yeah i can see it.
Yurizan Beltran as Fire:
After the Crisis on Infinite Earths, her history was altered so that she had followed an unusual career path. Renamed Beatriz Bonilla da Costa, she started as an amateur model on the beaches of Rio, then becoming a showgirl and stage performer before finding herself serving as a top secret agent for Brazilian government's Espiões Nacionais. In the course of one of her missions, Beatriz was trapped in a pyroplasmic explosion that endowed her with the unusual power of being able to exhale an eight-inch burst of fire. She assumed the identity of the Green Fury, then soon changed it again to Green Flame. She joined the international superhero team the Global Guardians, of which she was a long-standing, loyal member.
Shortly after changing her name to Green Flame, the Guardians' United Nations funding was withdrawn in the wake of the formation the Justice League International. Beatriz convinced her teammate and best friend Icemaiden into joining her to apply for Justice League status, which they got.
Yep can see green flames coming off Beltran's ass, would make the hottest Fire! ; D
Viorotica as Vampirella:
Vampirella was originally presented as an inhabitant of the planet Draculon, a world where people lived on blood and where blood flowed in rivers. Draculon orbits two twin suns that were causing droughts across the planet, marking certain doom for Vampirella and her race. The race of which Vampirella was born, the Vampiri, were able to transform themselves into bats at will, sprout wings when required, and drink blood.
Viorotica is Vampirella, damn hope she sucks good, gotta be good for this vamp!
Vikki Blows as Zatanna:
Zatanna is the daughter of magician Giovanni Zatara (who appeared in Golden Age comic books) and Sindella, a member of the mystical “Homo magi” race. Zatanna is a direct descendant of the alchemist Nicholas Flamel (who was a famous alchemist in the 14th and 15th centuries), and Nostradamus. Her younger cousin, the teenager Zachary Zatara, is also a magician in the DCU.
Zatanna is a powerful sorceress whose abilities are apparently genetic. As a tribute to her father and as a focal point, she usually casts spells by speaking verbal commands backwards. She has also proven capable on many occasions of casting spells by speaking normally, and, in rarer occasions, the ability to use magic for simple tasks without speaking.
Hey with a name like Vikki Blows she can be anything in my book lol, would look awesome as Zatanna!
Zafira as Scarlet Witch:
Once Pietro (Quicksilver and brother) and Wanda reach adolescence, they discover that they are in fact mutants. Pietro possesses superhuman speed, while Wanda learns that she can control probability. When the pair display their powers in public, and are again attacked by a superstitious crowd, they are saved by their father — now the supervillain Magneto — although neither Magneto nor his children are aware of their connection. Magneto then recruits the pair for the first incarnation of the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants.
Later joins up with the Avengers and yes this girl can pull off Scarlet Witch easy, i have seen Zafira's talent at work so to speak! ; P
Zdenka Podkapova as Zealot:
Zealot's real name is Lady Zannah of Khera. Born on the planet of Khera, Zannah and her daughter Kenesha (who at the time believed Zealot was actually her sister) were stranded on Earth thousands of years ago when their Explorer ship crashlanded after a battle with a Daemonite warship. Zealot just survived thanks to her lover, Stratos, who put her in an escape pod. Zannah and the other survivors were scattered, forced to hide themselves amongst the human population. Their enemies had likewise been forced down, and though less humanoid, the Daemonites used their powers of possession and shapeshifting to blend in, too. For the next few millennia, a secret war raged, with the Kherubim defending the vulnerable and oblivious humans from their would-be conquerors.
Zannah took the name Zealot when she formed a sisterhood of warriors and now is a member of WildC.A.T.s and Zdenka is the gal to pull this character off, hey check her out sometime and you'll know what i'm talking about! : P
Many thanks to Wikipedia for a lot of the information, link below.
LEEE777 Damn that took like forever to finish and please don't take it too seriously as as I've said its just a bit of holiday fun and very 'tongue-in-cheek' also i say fun but i tought it would never end lol. Anyways comments and stuff below and Anil down boy and Teabag pictures please! ; D
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