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Mary Batson aka Mary Marvel was one of the most dynamic comic heroines in the s. In her adventures she faced criminals, dog kidnappers, giants and various monsters. She was also an extremely sexy heroine, as she was always drawn with a rather curvy figure and sometimes even voluptuous. To this we must add that Mary's adventures were full of bondage scenes. Perhaps Wonder Woman was the heroine who appeared most often tied in the s, but ultimately Mary Batson was the heroine who was gagged the most times in the old Golden Age comics to prevent her from saying the famous phrase Shazam, with which she became Mary Marvel, which in fact also appeared tied and gagged in some numbers.
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Strange etc. However, where there are superheroes, there are also pretty ladies in distress or female superheroes as well. If you are a fan of comic books or movies based on them and, besides that, you really like to see a gorgeous woman on the screen, Marvel really has a lot of treats in store for you. Here are 16 racy photos of the Marvel ladies that will leave you speechless and craving for more.
The character was initially depicted as an enemy of Daredevil , but has also come into conflict with Spider-Man and Deadpool. The character was portrayed in the film Elektra by Natassia Malthe. Alice Eve portrayed a grounded version of the character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe television series Iron Fist in the second season. The character first appeared as Mutant Zero in Avengers: The Initiative 4 September as a member of Henry Peter Gyrich 's black ops team but she was eventually revealed to be this character. Prior to this, writer Dan Slott stated that the "mysterious character" was secretly a well-known character in disguise.