Or are they different species?
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Do you ever sit closer to the TV when watching letterboxed movies, so that the picture doesn’t look small?
Do you ever sit further away from the TV when watching standard definition movies, so that the picture quality looks better?
Do you sit closer to the TV when watching your favourite movies and TV shows?
Or do you always watch TV at the same distance?
@joeyhamilton22: Thanks. I know the bottom image is from DC Super Stars #12, but I can't figure out where the top image is from. The artwork looks like it's from the 90s, so it could be Starfire, but it could also be Mirage kissing Superman.
I think Batman's list is finished, but I'm betting that Superman has plenty more Silver Age and Bronze Age girlfriends that have yet to be found.
Here's the encounter between Umar and Hulk:
But I'm not convinced that they actually had sex. The dialogue supports it, but the Hulk is still wearing pants and Umar is still wearing her bra and g-string. Also, it would be anatomically impossible.
Maybe it was some kind of magic sex.
Sorry for the late reply. I've actually had this list for many months, but I never bothered posting it because I didn't think anyone would be interested.
The Hulk! #15 (1979)
The Incredible Hulk #12 (2000)
The Incredible Hulk #280 (1983)
The Incredible Hulk #319 (1986)
The Incredible Hulk #103 (2007)
Cary St. Lawrence
The Incredible Hulk #453 (1997)
The Hulk! #10 (1978)
The Incredible Hulk #262 (1981)
The Incredible Hulk #202 (1976)
The Incredible Hulk #293 (1984)
The Incredible Hulk #377 (1991)
Hulk: Raging Thunder #1 (2008)
Monica Rappaccini (sex but no kissing)
The Incredible Hulk #85 (2005)
Nadia Blonsky (sex but no kissing)
Hulk #50 (2003)
And for the sake of completeness, I have to mention the fact that Hulk married his cousin on Earth-23884. Hey, I don't like it any more than you do, but if it's in the Official Handbook, then it's canon.
What If #34 (1982)
I also have kiss-lists for Thing, Beast, Wolverine, Human Torch, Storm, Cyclops and Captain America, if anyone's interested.
I'm just wondering how people prefer to watch TV (and long movies in particular). I'm trying to find the most comfortable sitting position for watching long movies, so I won't have to fidget and change positions throughout the movie.
Do you sit on a couch or on a chair?
Do you rest your head or do you prefer to sit up straight?
Do you use a pillow to support your back or head?
If you sit on a reclining chair, do you prefer the upright, semi-reclined or fully-reclined positions?
Do you sit in front of the TV or off to the side?
Do your sitting preferences vary depending on watch show or movie you're watching?
@tupiaz: I've fixed the links. They should work until the next time Comic Vine gets updated.
Tony Stark not being around in the Golden Age is no excuse because the Golden Age didn't have a lot of kissing. Superman's first kiss with Lois Lane happened off-panel and Bruce Wayne never even bothered to kiss his GA girlfriend Linda Page.