Other TG Comic Book "Heroines"


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Tapping the Vein
Tapping the Vein, Book 4

A comic book adaptation of Clive Barker's horror story, "The Madonna." Two men go to an abandoned spa and end up having sex with a creature called the Madonna which ends up causing some unusual changes.

Wartlock in touch with his feminine side
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The Infinity Charade
The Infinity Charade #1

In a spoof of Marvel's "Infinity Crusade," the Shoddess, Wartlock's good side, seeks to gain the limitless cosmic power of the Infinity Girdle. The villainous Thanosy steals it, then thinks better. Fortunately, order is restored to the universe at the end when Wartlock integrates the Shoddess into himself, with predictable results.

Jack as Amber

Makeshift
Babes of Broadway #1
Makeshift #1-6 (Planned, but never released)

Makeshift was to be a six-issue miniseries telling the tale of Jack Sharek, a New York city homicide cop who becomes the unwilling champion of the goddess Ishtar. The catch is that the goddess's special powers can only work for women, but his maleness is "a flaw that can be corrected." Jack finds himself transformed into the form of any woman who places a lock of her hair in the hands of an Ishtar idol.

Konnie Weiss
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Konnie Weiss
Elektra #8, 10, 12, 13

The ancient spirit known as "The Architect" plots to return to life, but to do that he must trick Elektra into killing his current vessel, a young dancer named Judith. The demon enlists the help of Elektra's friend, Konrad Weiss, offering him the chance to become a dancer by curing his club foot. Konrad changes his mind at the last minute, spoiling the Architect's scheme, but the spirit exchanges bodies with him while attempting to escape. Konrad's body is killed in the ensuing conflict, leaving him trapped in Judith's body.

"Konnie" appears a few times in subsequent issues as she adapts to her new situation, getting a makeover, dating men, and getting engaged. (All this happens quite rapidly over the span of 10 issues.)

Charnel as Velocity

Charnel
Velocity #1

As part of the Velocity miniseries, Cyberforce's youngest member runs afoul of Charnel, a monstrous creature that can change its shape. In a brief sequence, he impersonates Velocity herself to demonstrate his abilities.

The Composite Man
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The Composite Man
Legionnaires #25
Legion of Super-Heroes #69

The Composite Man re-enters the current Legion continuity as a shapeshifting Durlan who can take on the form and powers of anyone he encounters. While fighting the LSH, he mimics most of their abilities, shifting quickly from one form to another. At one point, he takes on all of their powers simultaneously, making for a dangerous (and interesting-looking) combination. Finally, Saturn Girl manages to put a stop to him by fighting him telepathically.

Jimmy in feminine disguise
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Miss Jimmy Olsen
Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen #95

Master of disguise Jimmy Olsen stretches his talents when he impersonates a girl to track down some stolen gems. Jimmy claims this is "strictly a brainstorm," but it sure is convenient that he already has the wig, dress, heels, makeup and padding. Suuuure, Jimmy. <grin>

(I'm breaking with tradition a bit here by posting the entire story, and not just the "good parts." I'm doing this because pretty much every page has a "good part," and the whole story is only 9 pages long. I generally refrain from posting entire stories because disk space is at a premium, and I think the space is better used showing lots of different stuff, and not just a few things in-depth. So, in answer to your next question, no, I don't think I'm going to be making a habit out of it...sorry, kids!)

Animal Man as a human looking glass
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Animal Man
Animal Man #8

Animal Man learns the hard way about the dangers of the superhero business as his home is invaded by supervillains! Okay, technically it's just one supervillain. And, yeah, it's just the Mirror Master. (Hey, he used to give the Flash a hard time.) After an protracted fight, Mirror Master leaves Animal Man with a little trinket that (all too briefly) turns him into a "human looking glass."

Lwaxana Troi with a gun
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Star Trek Body Swapping
Star Trek: The Next Generation #56-58

While on a diplomatic mission (of course), six members of the Star Trek cast find themselves sharing only three bodies. Geordi and Doctor Selar inhabit Geordi's body; Troi and Worf's son Alexander share an existence in Alexander's body; and Worf and Lwaxana Troi find themselves sharing her body. Personally, I'm not a big fan of the story, but the triple-TG body switch certainly merits inclusion here.

Picard's as his mother

Star Trek: Picard's Parents
Star Trek: The Next Generation Annual #1

Q returns to torment the Enterprise crew again, and decides to teach Picard a lesson in humility by playing with his DNA. As Picard begins to de-evolve, he is briefly turned into his own father and mother.

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