The 50 greatest comic-book characters Empire Staff 12 Sep The greatest comic-book characters in the canon have been debated and argued over for decades. Empire has delved into it and picked 50 super-powered specimens we believe stand are the greatest in the pantheon. Among their numerous launch titles, Spawn would prove to be by far the most popular. While he began as a traditional — if unorthodox — vigilante hero, Spawn grew increasingly dark over time, slipping further into an anti-hero role as the theology-heavy storylines became increasingly twisted.
The 50 greatest comic-book characters
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This is a list I made when it occurred to me that it's not that healthy to be a female character in comics. I'm curious to find out if this list seems somewhat disproportionate, and if so, what it means, really. These are superheroines who have been either depowered, raped, or cut up and stuck in the refrigerator. I know I missed a bunch.
Notably, Asterix and Obelix both started off quite crude and lumpy-looking but got more rounded, cuter features. Obelix also traded pointed helmet horns for small nubby ones, lost his body hair, and stopped carrying an axe. Cacofonix was altered from an older man to look like he was in his late twenties or so, became much skinnier and more angular, and his hair went from a smooth bob to Barbarian Longhair with a sticky-up fringe and finally to an entertainingly anachronistic '70s rock star hairstyle; and Fulliautomatix completely changes in both face and body from a rather plain overweight lates man with blond hair, to a lates, muscular, proud-looking character with hairy arms and red hair although it's inconsistent. He also stopped wearing a shirt and replaced it with a leather apron.
Also, I love this website. Everything has been super helpful, especially for a novice writer like me. Agni on 25 Sep at 8: