Sunday, June 29, 2008

Occupational hazards of a busty superhero chick

As I was going over some of my comics this weekend (yes, I read comics!), I came across some scenes that have happened to me. Below are the pics:

Above is probably the number one thing that happens to me: People don't want to break hugs with me. It's the boobs, plain and simple. They're like magnets. People just love crushing themselves against me. I haven't had to actually pry anyone away, but I've come close a couple of times.

I've had the dream above quite a few times where my boobs suddenly expand like that. They never explode or anything - they just get so big that I fall down like the woman above. I don't know what in my dream causes them to do that, and I generally wake up right after I fall down. I then check my boobs to make sure that they aren't huge like in my dream. So far, they've been the same size they've always been. Whew.

This is a close second to people wanting to hug me: Stuff falls into my cleavage ALL THE TIME. I've had hot cinders before, when bad guys pop stuff in front of me to blind me, and it hurts just like the woman in the pic above is showing.

Stuff that has fallen into my cleavage that I don't know how it got there:

* A flashdrive that wasn't mine. It had no info on it, so I don't know whose it is.
* A "Lego" man. I figure that one of the many kids who's hugged me put it there like some sort of gift.
* A small garden gnome. Twice. I figure that it must be my electronics engineer doing that, because she collects gnomes. I just don't know how she manages to sneak him in there.

I still have all of that stuff, by the way. It still amazes me that stuff finds its way in there. My cleavage must have some sort of gravitational pull or something.

The above has happened to me quite a bit. My butt has been grabbed numerous times, nearly half of the time by women! They think nothing of reaching under my skirt and grabbing my butt - even though I could hurt them seriously with a literal flick of my finger. Men I can understand because they're jerks, but women? Maybe they're just curious as to how firm my butt is. It's probably the same reason my boobs get poked a lot - to see if they're "real". And they are. No plastic or silicon. All me.

I've mentioned previously how in my first super battle, I hit someone so hard that my bra broke and my boobs tore through my tank top. After that, I made a bra that was a lot stronger, much like She-Hulk's in the pic above. My muscles have also torn through clothes like that as well - especially if they're fitted outfits. I don't get musclebound like Shulkie, but I can flex my muscles that it tears my clothes. But I don't do that a lot unless I have to, because it's hard finding clothes in my size. That's also the reason that I'm working on a line of clothes for super women. I'm calling it:

BSC: For the Super Woman.

I'll have a line of unbreakable underwear, and clothes that are proportioned for a super woman's physique, and yet still fashionable. The smiley face on my boob is going to be my symbol.

Ha! This was a fun post!


Thursday, June 26, 2008

I'll be back on Saturday

Hey, kids.

Sorry I haven't posted this week, but I've been out doing busty superhero chick stuff. Basically, that means going out in a superhero costume rescuing people while being well-endowed in the boob dept. I'll be back on Saturday. Until then, you all behave yourselves!


Sunday, June 22, 2008

New blog header! Let me know what you think!

Hey, kiddies! If you look above, you'll see that I have a new blog header! Do let me know what you think, okay?


Saturday, June 21, 2008

Q & A time

It's now Q & A time! Time to answer some questions that have been posed to me ever since I began this blog.

1.) What is your cup size?
None of your business! But it's more than D. That's all that I'm telling you.

2.) Do they get heavy?
They would if I had normal human strength. But thanks to super muscles, I barely notice how heavy they really are.

3.) Have you ever "fallen out" of your top during a super battle?
Only one time. It was my first super battle, and I hit someone so hard that my bra broke and my boobs ripped through my tank top. Fortunately, it was just him and me at the scene, and no cameras were around. The dude I was pounding on was out before he got a chance to see these babies swinging in the breeze. I just took his shirt and put it on before I left. After that incident, I designed a stronger bra that has yet to break in a fight.

4.) Do you store stuff in your bra?
Mostly my cellphone. Because I'm so active and in so many fights, I can't keep a phone holstered anywhere else on my body. I've broken so many phones during fights that some phone companies have dropped me as a customer. However, I discovered that my boobs provide padding for my phone. The phone still has to be pretty sturdy to be able to take the bouncing in there (one phone came apart), but at least it stands a better chance than being holstered on my hip.

That's all for now. I'll answer more at another time. Heh. So many boob questions! I suppose that that's what I get for having a blog titled, "Busty Superhero Chick".

Wednesday, June 18, 2008

New poll: How often do you buy comics?

New poll, kiddies!

This time let's gauge your superhero comics buying habits!

I'm not ashamed to admit that I am a chick who reads comics! Reading comics helped inspire me to become a superhero whenever I got my powers! If it weren't for comics, I'd probably be doing something else with my powers - and probably not for the common good.

Go vote!


Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Japan makes first robot girlfriend

Japan makes the first robot girlfriend.

Japan makes robot girlfriend for lonely men

TOKYO (Reuters) - She is big-busted, petite, very friendly, and she runs on batteries.

A Japanese firm has produced a 38 cm (15 inch) tall robotic girlfriend that kisses on command, to go on sale in September for around $175, with a target market of lonely adult men.

Using her infrared sensors and battery power, the diminutive damsel named "EMA" puckers up for nearby human heads, entering what designers call its "love mode."

"Strong, tough and battle-ready are some of the words often associated with robots, but we wanted to break that stereotype and provide a robot that's sweet and interactive," said Minako Sakanoue, a spokeswoman for the maker, Sega Toys.

"She's very lovable and though she's not a human, she can act like a real girlfriend."

EMA, which stands for Eternal Maiden Actualization, can also hand out business cards, sing and dance, with Sega hoping to sell 10,000 in the first year.

Japan, home to almost half the world's 800,000 industrial robots, envisions a $10-billion market for artificial intelligence in a decade.

(Reporting by Chika Osaka; writing by Rodney Joyce, editing by Miral Fahmy)

Now we got busty robots! ;-)

Hey, you suppose that, if I catch on, they'll make a robot version of me? That'd be a lot of plastic just to get to my boob size! The doll probably couldn't stay standing up! :-D

Sunday, June 15, 2008

Final poll result of battlin' busty superhero chicks

Okay folks, the results are in! Here we go!

For Wonder Woman vs. Power Girl, it's PG by a nose! 13-9!

For She-Hulk and Tsunade, it's Tsunade by a hair! 11-10!

And Catwoman wipes the floor with Black cat! 17-4!

I'll try to start a new poll later this week!

Thursday, June 12, 2008

Poll reminder: 3 more days to vote!

Just a reminder, kiddies, that there's only 3 more days to vote on which busty superhero chick can beat whom! After that, I'll make a new poll.


Saturday, June 7, 2008

10 Best Female Action Heroes

So who do you think are the 10 Best Female Action Heroes? Here's one opinion. I'll think about it and give my own list later.

Tuesday, June 3, 2008

And now more info on me

Now it's time for me to tell a little about myself!

I'm not going to reveal my secret identity here, because - well, that would be stupid! My enemies read my blog, too! However, I will tell you my superhero name - and it's not Busty Superhero Chick! Instead, it's Andromeda, which is a name from Greek mythology. I chose that name because of my own Greek heritage, and because I happen to like the name.

"Andromeda" also happens to be the name of a character in both DC Comics and Marvel Comics, although they couldn't be more different - and I couldn't be any more different from them. I am not from the future like the DC Andromeda, and I am not an Atlantean like the Marvel Andromeda. In fact, the only thing we three have in common (besides being super strong women named Andromeda) is that we all have - ahem - big boobs! It must come with the name... ;-)

Here's some artwork of my costume, done by guest artist Melonie McElhannon. Both me and the writer for my upcoming stories were very pleased with the work, and we both highly recommend her for anyone interested in commission work.

You'll notice that my costume is very revealing. Not TOO revealing - only as revealing as your average cheerleader costume or Hooters uniform. It's meant to be that way as a means of being a distraction. Most of the people I deal with are men, and men - being men - are easily distracted by long legs and big boobs. You'll notice the smiley face on my boob. I'll explain that later, but it's there for a reason. Also, notice the letters BSC at the bottom of my top. First, it does NOT stand for "busty superhero chick". The real reason is personal, and one that I do not wish to reveal at this time. But, early in my career, one of my young fans made the guess "busty superhero chick", and I liked that so much that I made it the name of my blog!

You'll also notice the amount of leather on my arms, and especially my legs. That's because if I didn't have those on, they would get scratched up a lot more than they do already from all the superhero battles that I get into. It took only two fights to figure that out, and even though I can heal at super speed, I didn't want a ton of scars to be marring my arms and legs.

Let's see, what else can I say about myself without revealing too much? I'm about 6 foot 1, so I'm very tall. My weight is - none of your business! ;-)

My hair is brown, and my eyes are blue. My bra size is - none of your business! You can already see that they're big, okay? :-D

I can fly close to sonic speed. How I can fly, I haven't figured out. I'm still working on that. But I can fly, so I'm not complaining just because I don't know why I can do it.

I have super strength of a level that I haven't fully tested yet, but I've been able to lift fully loaded semis over my head. I also have super senses, which means that I can see, hear, taste, etc., at a level that is nearly four times the normal human sensory range. To give you an idea on what I can do, I can read someone's watch from about a city block away, and I can hear them fart from about two blocks away (you won't be sneaking any of those by me especially at close range!).

Because of my speed healing and super strength, I'm very hard to injure, and when I do get injured, I heal quickly. Paper cuts heal almost instantly. I don't know if I could regenerate a lost limb - and I am in no hurry to test that! I have a very high level of eye/hand coordination, so I'm very hard to hit. Most of the super strong guys that could do me some serious damage move so slow to me that they look like they're standing still.

Well, that's about it for now. You'll read more about me when the stories start coming out at the end of the month, so I don't want to reveal everything all at once. But do keep coming back to my blog. How many blogging superheroes do you know, anyway? ;-)

See you later.