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The Most Beautiful and the Sexiest Fictional Heroines Ever

Superman, Spiderman, Batman and many others are among the most popular fictional heroes in the world. Keep scrolling that mouse down and check out the most popular, most beautiful and sexiest fictional heroines in the entertainment world.

They say everybody needs a hero. Oftentimes, our heroes/heroines are those individuals with exceptional powers and attributes. There are several fictional heroes and heroines in the world which were created by writers. Each and every one of them influenced our lives one way or the other especially the children. Many television shows, films, video games, magazines, gadgets, products and toys are being produced based on these heroes and heroines

Superman, Spiderman, Batman and many others are among the most popular fictional heroes in the world. Keep scrolling that mouse down and check out the most popular, most beautiful and sexiest fictional heroines in the entertainment world.

1.) Lara Croft – Archeologist-adventurer

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One of the most recently created fictional heroines is the beautiful and sexy Lara Croft. This fictional character is the protagonist of the Square Enix video game series “Tomb Raider”. She was created by Toby Gard and first appeared in 1996 and is presented as a beautiful, athletic and intelligent archeologist-adventurer who explores ancient, hazardous tombs and ruins around the world. Because of the numerous models who portrayed Lara Croft for promotional appearances, Guinness World Records awarded the character the “most official real life stands-in”. The film version of Laura Croft was portrayed by Angelina Jolie.

Other appearances: video game sequels, printed adaptations, a series of animated short films, feature films and merchandise related to the series.

 

Official promotion: a brand of apparel and accessories, action figures, and model portrayals, television and print advertisements, music-related appearances

2.) Wonder Woman – Amazon

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One of the most popular fictional heroines of the 1980s is the voluptuous and super sexy Wonder Woman. This DC Comics superheroine was created by William Moulton Marston and first appeared in All Star Comics in December 1941. She is an Amazon and was presented as a "distinctly feminist role model whose mission was to bring to the world the Amazon ideals of love, peace and sexual equality. The Wonder Woman TV series of the 1980s was portrayed by Linda Carter. A remake of a feature film will soon be released.

Powers:  superhuman strength, super-speed, super-agility, super-stamina and flight

 

Expertise: hand-to-hand combat, art of tactical warfare

 

Special abilities: possesses an animal-like cunning and a natural rapport with animals,

Specialized Weapons/Gadgets: Lasso of Truth, Tiara, Invisible Airplane and Indestructible Bracelets

3.) Elektra – Kunoichi

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Elektra is a fictional character in books published by Marvel comics. Her complete name is Elektra Natchios but is usually referred to only by her first name Elektra. Elektra,  kunoichi or female ninja assassin, is of Greek descent. Elektra was created by Frank Miller. She is the love interest of Daredevil, a superhero. In the films Elektra (2005) and Daredevil (2003), the character is portrayed by Jennifer Garner. Her trademark weapons – a pair of bladed sai.

4.) Zatanna Zatara – Magician

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Zatanna Zatara is a very sexy and attractive fictional character in the DC Comics universe. This heroine was created by Gardner Fox Murphy Anderson. She first appeared in Hawkman in 1964. Zatanna Zatara, both a real magician and a stage magician like, her father Giovanni Zatara, is known for her involvement with the Justice League.

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Her protégé is Timothy Hunter and his romantic partner is John Constantine. The alluring and captivating Zatanna Zatara was portrayed by Serinda Swan in the film feature.

5.) X-23 – Killing Machine

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X-23 or Laura Kinney is a fictional comic book superheroine appearing in books published by Marvel Comics. X-23, a female clone from a damaged Wolverine gene, was created to be the perfect killing machine.

6.) Alice – Resident Evil

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The beautiful and lovely Alice is a fictional character and the primary heroine of the Resident Evil film series. The film series is based on the Resident evil video game series. Milla Jovovich portrayed Alice in the film series in which she played the principal role in each film.

7.) Super Girl – Girl from Krypton

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Upergirl or Kara Zor-El is a fictional character created by Otto Binder and appeared in DC comics. She serves as the biological cousin and female counterpart to DC Comic's iconic superhero Superman. She was introduced in 1959 and since then become one of the most iconic and recognizable characters in comics. In the 1980s, Superman editors believed the character’s history had become convoluted, and desired to reestablish Superman as "The Last Son of Krypton." Supergirl was thus killed during the 1985 limited series Crisis on Infinite Earths and retconned out of existence. From then on, several characters unrelated to Superman still used the alias “Supergirl”.

8.) Darna – Reincarnated Warrior

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Ask a Filipino child who is his/her favorite Filipino superheroine and he/she will instantly answer “Darna”. This lovely and ever sexy fictional character and superheroine was created by Mars Ravelo. She is presented as a deceased warrior from another planet manifesting herself through a girl from Earth, named Narda. Darna is portrayed by several Filipina actresses (Vilma Santos, Sharon Cuneta, Nannette Medved, Marian Rivera and others) in the film with the same title.

9.) Cat Woman

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Catwoman is one of the most popular and oftentimes controversial superheroine and supervillain. This fictional character associated with DC Comics’ Batman franchise is historically a supervillain. She was created by Bob Kane and Bill Finger, Selina Kyle is the original and most widely known Catwoman. Her first appearance was in Batman #1 in 1940 in which she is known as The Cat. She is known for having a complex love-hate relationship with Batman.

10.) Aeon Flux

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Another one of the most recently created fictional heroines is the lead character of Aeon Flux, an American avant-garde science fiction animated television series that aired on MTV. This TV series premiered in 1991. The lovely and sexy Aeon Flux was created by Peter Chung, a Korean-American animator. In December 2005, a live action motion picture loosely based upon the series was portrayed by Charlize Theron.

11.) Bionic Woman

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One of the most popular heroines in the 1970s is Bionic Woman. Lindsay Wagner portrayed Bionic Woman in the American television series that aired for three seasons between 1976 and 1978. She nearly get killed in a skydiving accident but saved through bionic surgical implantations. Bionic Woman can run at up to 60 miles per hour.

Special power: amplified hearing in her right ear, greatly strengthened right arms, enhance legs.

12.) Wonder Girl

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Wonder Girl or Cassandra "Cassie" Sandsmark is a fictional character created by John Byrne for DC Comics superhero. She first appeared in Wonder Woman in 1996. Wonder Girl is the half-human daughter of Zeus.

13.) Phantom Lady

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One of the first heroine characters that first appeared in the 1940s is the busty and scantily-clad Phantom Lady. The era is considered as the Golden Age of Comic Books. It was originally published by Quality Comics but a new version of the character currently appears in books published by DC Comics.

14.) Colleen Wing 

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The beautiful and sexy Colleen Wing is a fictional character created by Doug Moench and Larry Hama for Marvel Comics. She was introduced in Marvel Premiere #19 in November 1974.

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Comments (4)

stumbled liked & shared - another good one

Great selection!

There was a couple I didn't recognize. but I enjoyed wonder woman and cat woman when we were kids. tweeted no votes left for today.

Good list. I also did not recognize a couple. One missing: Zena Warrior Princess. Otherwise, pretty good compilation.

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