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    rougegoth

    [21]May 18, 2007
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    if anyone thinks that the people in justice league are hot... you are really pervie
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    Kefka1_3

    [22]May 18, 2007
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    rougegoth wrote:
    if anyone thinks that the people in justice league are hot... you are really pervie


    guess I plead guilty! ~_~
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    JLU51306

    [23]May 19, 2007
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    Is this thread ever going to die?
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    gamerboy190

    [24]May 21, 2007
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    -Blackstar- wrote:
    Again, I'm not sure what point (if any) you're trying to make here, Strongar. First, Justice League never claimed to be a kids' show. From the very start, JL was always aimed at comic fans and an older audience than say, Teen Titans. Second, cartoons are made by adults and plenty of times, the animators and writers throw in little gags and other innuendo for their own amusement in what are allegedly "kids" shows. Rocko's Modern Life was filled with adult jokes and innuendo, despite it's being allegedly aimed at kids and airing on Nickelodeon, the 1st kids' network. Cow & Chicken, another supposed kids' series, also contained plenty of questionable content, yet they managed to sneak it all past the censors. This is a practice that is known by some in the industry as "Getting "s*** past the radar", and it's been going on for years, even before Justice League. And third, if liking big breasted young super women in tight spandex clothing is wrong, then I don't want to be right.


    I concur.
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    Kefka1_3

    [25]May 26, 2007
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    JLU51306 wrote:
    Is this thread ever going to die?


    Possibly
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    teenagersrule15

    [26]May 26, 2007
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    Never! Long live Cobra! (static shock-batman beyond cross-over)
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    theportal

    [27]May 27, 2007
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    teenagersrule15 wrote:
    Never! Long live Cobra! (static shock-batman beyond cross-over)


    That's Kobra, FYI.
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    Megaflareon

    [28]May 27, 2007
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    ah yes,I remember that >.>*Static gets attacked by evil clows* Haha,good times
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    Lena_Wayne15

    [29]May 28, 2007
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    Power Girl says, "LET THIS THREAD DIE"

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    sylent_asassin

    [30]May 29, 2007
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    It's so obvious as to what the creator of the Power Girl character was thinking. "T&A sells!" They just went so overboard on the breasts. I've never seen a woman proportioned that way without augmentation.
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    gamerboy190

    [31]May 29, 2007
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    sylent_asassin wrote:
    It's so obvious as to what the creator of the Power Girl character was thinking. "T&A sells!" They just went so overboard on the breasts. I've never seen a woman proportioned that way without augmentation.


    I concur. They needed an woman who would grab men's attention to boost its ratings. Without the high ratings, the show or comic wouldn't have done well.
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    Lena_Wayne15

    [32]May 29, 2007
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    Truth be told, Power Girl actually is a great character, and this is coming from a girl, who is straight. Currently, she's my favorite super-heroine.
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    gamerboy190

    [33]May 29, 2007
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    Lena_Wayne15 wrote:
    Truth be told, Power Girl actually is a great character, and this is coming from a girl, who is straight. Currently, she's my favorite super-heroine.


    It's all good. I don't know much about Power Girl, but she sounds interesting.
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    Lena_Wayne15

    [34]May 29, 2007
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    Better than the current Slu-I mean-Supergirl. But, technically, PG is Supergirl, only from Earth-2.
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    gamerboy190

    [35]May 29, 2007
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    Lena_Wayne15 wrote:
    Better than the current Slu-I mean-Supergirl. But, technically, PG is Supergirl, only from Earth-2.


    Thanks didn't know that. But you're right, Supergirl can get it.
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    sylent_asassin

    [36]May 31, 2007
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    I'm familiar with PG's origin, but not too familiar with the character herself. I'm a JLA reader, but not JLS. Still, looking at Kara's body type, I have a hard time believing that she'll develop breasts that large. Either they grow em' big on Earth 2 or she took a trip to the planet Biguns and got bitten by a radioactive mammary gland. ...and Kara is sort of portrayed as "loose" in her new comic series.
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    JLU51306

    [37]Jun 1, 2007
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    sylent_asassin wrote:
    Either they grow em' big on Earth 2 or she took a trip to the planet Biguns and got bitten by a radioactive mammary gland.

    Edited on 06/01/2007 12:05am
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    Peter_147

    [38]Jun 1, 2007
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    JLU51306 wrote:

    sylent_asassin wrote:
    Either they grow em' big on Earth 2 or she took a trip to the planet Biguns and got bitten by a radioactive mammary gland.

    lol

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    gamerboy190

    [40]Jun 13, 2007
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    sylent_asassin wrote:
    I'm familiar with PG's origin, but not too familiar with the character herself. I'm a JLA reader, but not JLS. Still, looking at Kara's body type, I have a hard time believing that she'll develop breasts that large. Either they grow em' big on Earth 2 or she took a trip to the planet Biguns and got bitten by a radioactive mammary gland. ...and Kara is sort of portrayed as "loose" in her new comic series.


    When her new comic book series came out?
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