i think emma frost is really hot
Well maybe she has really bad sweat glands. She doesn't want to admit it or stink up around everyone. She also can't find a decent deodorant that doesn't leave white flaky residue everywhere. The easiest thing for her was to just dress in as skimpy outfits as she could get away with.
"Emma was even voted in magazines as comics hottest chick etc. Nuff said :P"because her character was built around her sex appeal. By her own admission she doesn't rate above a corpse [said when Scott dropped what he was doing for something jean related]
Ign had a battle of the comic book babes (roll eyes) and in 2005 Emma was number one by like 2 votes and Caitlin Fairchild from Gen13 was runner up .This was fan voted to. But in 2006 they had it again and Emma only made it to the final four where she was beaten 54-46 by Psylocke who would go on to be the champion by beating Lara Croft. This was voted by fans though. I guess some people like to have something to imagine when you look at comics and with Emma she leaves nothing to imagine.......which is kinda gross. Oh and from critics point of view and people who have been reading comics since forever Emma isn't the hottest in like comics ever. That would be Wonder Woman it's a fact. I mean Emma had surgery Diana was born with it she's all natural plus she was gifted beauty by Aphrodite FREAKIN Aphrodite. Haha love Emma but still Diana has always got her beat. Though i think Emma is very pretty i can't say hot cuz im straight haha. Here was the top 8 (not in order just a list):
2005- Emma Frost, Caitlin Fairchild, Rogue. Invisible Woman, Lady Death,Jean Grey,Poison Ivy, Lara Croft
2006-Psylocke, Lara Croft, Emma Frost, Starfire, Rogue, Storm,Supergirl, Power Girl
"@Bubbly Bunny: Diana is hardly all natural being made of clay as she is. (Clayface was even able to break her down and control her one time they met). Not that any comic character is more "natural" than any other in the end. Seems a bit silly to argue which fictional construct is more real than another. In the case of superficial "hotness" it depends mostly on how well the artist in question does his (or hers) work for the depiction being judged upon. Personal preference for e.g. hair color might also play a part of course. Might be better to decide hotness based on personality even if that also varies with writers, but maybe not to the same degree. "
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