Baroness v Black Cat: feminine couture
Posted in the Entertainment Forum
#1 Jan 4, 2013
Why are female avatars so intriguing? We all know that male avatars comprise a decent portion of the comic book market of superheroes (i.e., Superman, Aquaman, Spider-Man, Batman, etc.).
However, female superhuman avatars such as Supergirl, Poison Ivy, Catwoman, and Wonder Woman obtain a decent following primarily because of America's fascination with characterizing populist social symbols (i.e., the feminine mystique).
Two particular interesting female avatars are the sinister Baroness from the military superhero world of G.I. Joe and the cunning Black Cat from the webbed wonder superhero world of the Amazing Spider-Man.
The Baroness works for the terrorist organization Cobra and believes that anarchistic schemes bent towards fascism are more satisfying than democratic dreams.
Black Cat, actually named Felicia Hardy, trains herself in acrobatics and strength tactics after enduring a traumatic event in college which motivates her to be a superhuman agent in human civilization.
Both Baroness and Black Cat represent sexual power, though because Black Cat is more agile, she is more physically symbolic of female flexibility-themed Hollywood (USA) movies such as "Catwoman" (2004)
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?
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