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Women Action Figures Or Dolls-
Female action figures are still surprisingly hard to come by nowadays,
because it's always been more of a little boys' market. I'm
looking for "pretty" figures, or dolls, based on characters from
cartoons, comics, films, television...even real-life
personalities. I have a pretty broad scope for wants, but here
are some characters I'm looking for specifically. I will take
commercially-released figures/dolls or very good custom made
AC Comics Characters:
About Black Phantom- Buxom, blonde cowgirl
babe who started out in the "Golden Age" of comics as a property of the
Magazine Enterprises (M.E.) comic publisher. AC Comics later
acquired the character and has had moderate success with the sexy
gunslinger, although she hasn't yet become a huge hit.
About Dragonfly- I want the original costume version only, with
About Ms. Victory- Appeared in comics of the "Golden Age" as Miss
Victory. A sexy blonde patriot. I'm really into any
good-looking figure/doll of any design of the character, even going
back to Miss Victory days.
Nyoka, the Jungle
About Nyoka, the Jungle Girl- Originally a property of Fawcett
Comics. AC basically kept her traditional look, but made her a
bit sexier. Unlike most jungle girl characters, Nyoka was
brunette with explorer clothes rather than animal skins.
Tara, the Jungle
About Tara, the Jungle Girl- I love this black-haired jungle
beauty. She certainly is one of the most original jungle girl
characters ever created.
About Fly Girl- Blonde-haired, green-costumed superheroine
babe. Girlfriend to The Fly, sometimes known as Fly-Man.
Jann of the Jungle
About Jann of the Jungle- Dark-haired, dark-skinned jungle
heroine from the publisher that later became Marvel Comics.
Lorna the Jungle
About Lorna the Jungle Girl- Blonde jungle babe. Most of
the jungle heroines from the 1940s-50s kind of blend together, but
Lorna has the distinction of perhaps being the most top-heavy.
About Red- From MGM's "Wolf & Red" cartoons, directed by Tex
Avery. I'm interested in any kind of figure of the sexy
Red. She was definitely an inspiration for the later character of
Daisy Mae Scragg
About Daisy Mae Scragg- The buxom blonde hillbilly beauty from
the "Li'l Abner" comic strip.
About Miss Fury- Star of her own adventure strip, she started out
as Black Fury, and was later renamed Miss Fury. This sexy,
cat-suited heroine is like DC's later character of Catwoman. Miss
Fury has been infrequently revived in comic books from independent
publishers over the years.
About Ms. Mystic- A cosmic heroine with long, white hair and a
form-fitting black costume.
About Dove II- Although simply called "Dove" in the comics, she
was the second Dove of the Hawk & Dove superhero team. This
Dove was a girl; the first was a boy.
About Jaguar- From the Impact Comics imprint of DC Comics.
This is a female version of The Jaguar character that originally
appeared in comics from the Archie publisher.
About Maxima- Sexy, busty, redheaded heroine from "Superman" and
"Justice League" comics.
About Tangent Comics: Flash- Tangent Comics was an experimental
imprint of DC Comics. This "Flash" was a blonde-haired,
pink-suited college-aged cutie.
About Tangent Comics: Green Lantern- Tangent Comics was an
experimental imprint of DC Comics. This "Green Lantern" was a
sexy Asian mystic with green cloak.
About Jessica Rabbit- The sexy, cartoony human wife of Roger
About Cat Claw- Sexy, redheaded, cat-costumed superheroine babe!
House Comics Characters:
About Ann- She was the dark-haired jungle babe mate of Kaanga,
the blond-haired king of the jungle.
About Sheena- The jungle babe that started it all! I'm
truly surprised that figures of Sheena are non-existent! She's
STILL the one jungle girl that everybody knows, but just isn't
merchandised like some of her imitators.
About Black Whip- From the serial "Zorro's Black Whip" starring
Linda Stirling as a sexy, female version of the Zorro character.
About Panther Girl- From the serial "Panther Girl of the Kongo"
starring Phyllis Coates as the jungle adventuress, ala the style of
Nyoka, the Jungle Girl.
About Tiger-Woman- From the serial "Tiger-Woman" starring Linda
Stirling as the sexy jungle babe!
About The Baroness- The sexy "bad babe" of G.I. Joe media.
I don't want the chunky, 3" figures with all the joints. I want a
very sexy-looking Baroness figure or doll with great detail and at
least around the 6" tall neighborhood. I'll take taller, too.
About Lady Jaye- One of the sexy good girls from G.I. Joe.
Like I said for Baroness, I don't want a chunky 3" figure with lots of
joints. I'm looking for a sleeker, taller figure.
About Scarlett- Sexy, redheaded heroine from G.I. Joe. The
same goes for this that I said for Baroness and Lady Jaye. I want
an attractive figure, not the 3" versions.
The Black Cat
About The Black Cat- This is the "Golden Age" version of Black
Cat, not the much later character from Marvel. This Black Cat is
a stunning redhead beauty with black, catlike costume.
Marvel Comics Characters:
About Black Mamba- She's the sexy, black-haired friend of
Diamondback from "Captain America" comics. Like Diamondback, she
started out as a criminal member of The Serpent Society group and
About Crystal- Member of The Inhumans superhero team from
"Fantastic Four" comics, later a member of "The Avengers" comics.
I want the grown-up Crystal, not the little girl Crystal from the early
About Diamondback- She was a major character in "Captain America"
comics from the late 1980s-middle 1990s. Diamondback was a formal
criminal that became Cap's sidekick and love interest. Marvel has
seriously underplayed the character since she was phased out in the
90s. I want the classic pink and black costume look, when she had
About Elektra- Elektra figures have been made, to my knowledge,
but they're mostly bad. I want an Elektra figure with long hair
and tight red outfit ONLY. No other versions of the character
will do, and I really don't want her to be over-jointed.
About The Enchantress- She's the beautiful, buxom
blonde femme fatale from "Thor" comics. I'm seeking the
traditional green costume look, but will consider her more contemporary
About Fantasma- Sexy, black-haired bad girl from the Soviet Super
Soldiers team. Wears a skimpy blue dress.
Jean Grey aka
About Jean Grey- Redheaded babe from the X-Men team.
Preferably any look that pre-dates the 1990s. I'm not too keen on
the blue and yellow costume from the 1990s period.
About Lady Sif- Thor's girlfriend from the "Thor" comics.
About Medusa- Blue-suited beauty of The Inhumans superhero team
from "Fantastic Four" comics. Has very long red hair that she can
move like limbs.
About Red Sonja- Red-headed barbarian babe dressed in chain mail
from "Conan" and "Red Sonja" comics.
About Shanna, the She-Devil- Basically Marvel's redheaded version
About She-Hulk- I know figures of She-Hulk exist, but I'm looking
for a sleek, sexy She-Hulk that isn't overly muscled.
About Valkyrie- Sexy blonde Viking warrior babe from "Thor"
About Vanity- Short-lived, black-haired space heroine.
Comics Characters (Spoof Comics Imprint):
About Batbabe- Obviously a take on DC's Batman, but I think the
character is so sharply designed that I'd like to see her in figure
About Spider-Femme- She is one of Spoof's most original
characters. Although a play on a female version of Spider-Man,
her costume looks NOTHING like Spider-Man and is really quite
interesting. She'd make a great-looking figure.
of the Dark
About Elvira, Mistress of the Dark- The sexy vamp
character of Cassandra Peterson who has appeared in many areas of
media. An action figure was released years ago, but it wasn't a
very good likeness. I'd like an Elvira figure/doll that actually
LOOKS like Elvira.
About Gracie Allen- She was the comedian wife of George Burns
who, with her husband, became a huge star in stage, film, radio, and
television with their "Burns & Allen" show. I do know for a
fact that a Gracie Allen doll has been commerically produced, but it's
hard to locate. If you can help me I'd be most grateful.
About Jayne Mansfield- The bubbly, blonde, well-built comedic
"bimbo" actress of the 1960s-70s.
About Lady Rawhide- A spinoff character from Topps' "Zorro"
series, Lady Rawhide had a pretty respectable following from readers
and a large publicity engine from the publisher. She was a sexy,
redheaded Latina who dressed scantily in rawhide and fought crime.
About Dyna-Girl- The perky, pony-tailed sidekick of Electra Woman
from TVs "The Krofft Supershow". In 2000, Living Toyz released an
action figure of Electra Woman, but not Dyna-Girl! I'd prefer
this figure to be to scale of the 5" Electra Woman figure, but it isn't
About Blair Dame- She was a character from the "Street Fighter
EX" game series. A sexy heroine with short, blue hair.
About Mai Shiranui- Extremely sexy Japanese heroine from "King of
About Pullum Purna- Sexy, Arabian heroine from "Street Fighter
About Sonja Blade- Sexy blonde spy-babe heroine from "Mortal
About Zola- Sexy Catwoman-like bad girl from "Battle Arena
Toshinden 3" game.
"Mighty Mouse" Merchandise-
I'm looking for any kind of merchandise related to the characters of
Mighty Mouse, Pearl Pureheart, Oil Can Harry, and so on.
Merchandise- I love classic Terrytoons characters and am
eager to collect any interested merchandise/memorabilia of characters
like: Deputy Dawg, Gandy Goose, Heckle & Jeckle, Little
Roquefort, Mighty Mouse. Most of the "New Terrytoons" characters
can take a hike, but I am open to a few.
"Wally Walrus" Merchandise-
I LOVE Wally Walrus! He's one of my all-time favorite cartoon
characters. He was the foil of Woody Woodpecker in the cartoons
of the 1940s-50s. I'm pretty much interested in anything Wally!
My interest in comic books is very wide and varied. I love most
comics from the 1930s-1980s. 1994 is about as recent as my tastes
go, because the medium really turned to trash about that time.
There have been SOME good comics made since then, but few and far
between. I like superheroes well enough, but am even more
interested in other genres like: Cars, Comedy, Film, Funny
Animal, Horror, Non-Fiction, Science-Fiction, Television, Underground,
Western, and others.
"Little Iodine" (1946)-
Based on the popular comic strip. Irene Ryan starred as Mrs.
Tremble, the mother of Little Iodine. This film, of course, came
long before Ryan's heyday as Granny in TVs "The Beverly Hillbillies".
"The Rocketeer" (1991) Merchandise- I have the film, but
am looking for any kind of unique merchandise or memorabilia
surrounding this film.
"Rubia's Jungle" (1971)- This is a very hard film for me
to find. I'm looking for a good copy on VHS or DVD. My
friend Quinn O'Hara is the leading lady in this dramatic picture.
She is also looking for a copy and would appreciate anything you can do
"The Flash" (1990-1991)
Merchandise- I love this series and am interested in
collecting any merchandise/nostalgia relating specifically to this show.
"Li'l Abner" (1967)- This was an unsold TV pilot based on
the popular comic strip and starring Jeannine Riley as Daisy Mae.
Riley, before this, had been the original Billie Jo on TVs "Petticoat