The first ever Superlady Kittiwake Girl was one of these. Aliens are usually massively out of their element though their evolutionary adaptations to other environments can make them far more powerful than even most native Superladies.
A natural result of alien physiology is an incredible resistance to ordinarily lethal damage however this is offset by the fact that most aliens are allergic to some Earth based substance or other.
If you want a Superlady who can take a heavy beating and dish one out in return an Alien is a pretty good choice.
I had a bit of time so I thought I’d give you lovely fans an update on where I am going with my comics.
Due to both budget restraints and my aim to keep stories concise each of 3 “big girls” of my comic book world will have a 3 issue origin story…
Kittiwake Girl: The Beginning: An alien child of incredible power is raised by a humble English Village before hitting the perilous big city as the world’s first Superlady.
Magnificent Magda: Genesis: An exhibit of a Nevada Freakshow finds out that she is in fact a half angel and is taught by a mysterious mentor how to balance the hidden world with the real one.
The Widow’s Vengeance: Widowed at the very moment she hears “I do” Kitty McAvoy sets off on a terrible vengeance spree that even the emerging community of Superheroines seem powerless to stop.
If these are a success I plan to go on to the War years with a crossover series entitled Peace in our Time as well as telling the story of the rise of the villainous Major Britannia.
Stay tuned for updates on Kittiwake Girl: The Beginning #1 and the Tabletop Wargame Whore’s Blade Heroics.
Just to let you all know I am still working on this little gem though I can’t give a good release time frame.
Here is a little excerpt…
When I began my investigation into the scandalous world of the Demi Monde the last place I expected to visit was the drawing room of the Frothington Estate and the last person I expected to interview was the Marchioness of Frothington.
As it turns out it was my first point of call.
You have probably read of this strange love story elsewhere. I know for a fact the Times ran a whole series of articles supposedly chronicling the whole story.
However nobody has yet had the good manners to ask the new Marchioness herself to give her own account.
Her Ladyship was most enthusiastic to contact me when I made my intentions clear through the press. She felt that the world had a right to know her story.
Having completed my interview, and now in the process of writing it up, I wholeheartedly agree. Her Ladyship is, by reputation and I believe in fact, the most virtuous lady ever to pass through that sordid world.
Having said that, as I quickly found, she is far from a poor innocent!