by Shendude - 11/18/2012 1:22 PM
So, I'm impatient, and decided I might as well start talking about my vision of the DC Sexheroverse. We'll start with some general thoughts (which actually apply to my view of the Marvel Sexheroverse as well), and then discuss individual heroes.
To begin with, I like picking and choosing from various continuities to ensure the maximum number of females. For the same reason, many heroes are instead heroines, and most villains are instead villainesses. Likewise supporting characters and sidekicks. I
do however feel that there ought to be at least one or two males in every supporting cast; everyone needs a chance to have both heterosex and homosex (though there is obviously less m/m than there is f/f).
Another thing I do is play around with names a little; I don't feel every name needs to be changed, but those that end in man/woman/boy/girl have those replaced by sexier equivalents, usually words describing a sexually attractive or promiscuous person.
For instance, the "Trinity" is Superhunk, Batstud, and Wonder Whore. There are exceptions to this rule though; for instance Catwoman becomes Pussywoman, while Power Girl is Power Tits (or Power Jugs, or Power Rack, I can't always make up my mind which sounds
better); I've also gone through periods when I have portrayed the Cassandra Cain version of Batgirl as the submissive Batslave, due to her costume's vague resemblance to a gimp suit.
Another thing is that battles between heroes and villains have a sexual component; the villain/esses want to fuck the hero/ines as much as they want to kill them, and that feeling is mutual. I'm not entirely sure how to incorporate it though. I used to say
that, after defeating a villain/ess, a hero/ine would ti said villain/ess up and have their way with 'em, but in more recent days I've gotten a tad uncomfortable with the rape-y overtones of that. Any alternate suggestions would be appreciated.
Finally, each charcater's personality remains largely the same, except when it comes to sex. Thus, even though they'll fuck anything that moves, Superhunk is still a boy scout, and Batstud is still a grim avenger.
Anyways, on to individual heroes, I've devoted the most though to Superhunk and Batstud, and also thought about Wonder Whore a bit; pretty much everyone else is in flux, asides from little details like Captain Marvel remaining male and the Flash (who is female)
having great legs. Let's start with Superhunk. His costume is, in addition to being skintight, crotchless, assless, and sleeveless; I have at times also gone even skimpier.
Now, despite there being no monogamy in the sexverse, there is marriage, and Superhunk is very married. As Clark Kent, he is married to Lois Lane, of course, but also to Lana Lang, Lori Lemaris (the mermaid who was his college sweetheart in the Silver Age),
and Sally Selwyn (a girl he fell in love with in a Silver Age story when Red Kryptonite made him lose his powers and memory for an extended period; in the original story, the Red K wore off, but he lost his memories of the time in between; obviously things
happened differently here). As Superhunk he is married to Super-Babe (Super-Girl, originally, from a Silver Age story intended to test the waters for the Supergirl we all know and lover, when Jimmy used a magic totem to wish for Superman's perfect mate, who
ended up sacrificing her life; obviously things went differently here) who lives in the Fortress of Solitude; Lyla Lerrol (Kryptonian movie star from a Silver Age story where Superman went back in time to visit Krypton before it's destruction; she didn't make
it back, but obviously...), Lyla (from the "Superman: Godfall" arc a bit less than a decade ago, a female alien who used her telepathic powers to make Superman think they were married, among other thing, for reasons to complicated to go into here; obviously
things happened differently here. I'm thinking of changing the spelling of her name so as not to mix her up with the Silver Age character), and Loana (from the
Justice League Unlimited version of "For the Man Who Has Everything", the woman Superman was married to in the Black Mercy-induced hallucination of a life on Krypton, who is essentially a hybrid of Lois Lane and Lana Lang; no idea how she came to exist
here, but I like her) live in Kandor; Luma Lynai AKA Superwanton, protector of the planet Staryl (from a Silver Age story wherein Supergirl plays matchmaker, Luma is essentially an adult version of Supergirl; in the originally story, she and Supes couldn't
be together because she couldn't survive under Earth's yellow sun; obviously, a way around the problem was found) and Maxima, Warrior-Queen of Almerac (from a number of stories in the '90s, a lady who wanted to marry Superman for eugenics purposes and was
rejected for obvious reasons; she died in the "Our Worlds At War" storyline, but obviously...), who commute back-and-forth between their respective homeworlds and Earth.
In addition to his wives, Clark is also screwing his coworkers at the Daily Planet; cub reporter Jenny Olsen, editor Peri White, and fellow reporters Rhona Troupe (a female Ron Troupe), Stacy Lombard (a female Steve Lombard), and Cat Grant. Then there's STAR
Labs' Dr. Emma Hamilton (a female Emil Hamilton), Sharon Vance AKA Strange Visitor (very complicated; look her up), Joan Henrietta Irons (a female John Henry Irons) AKA Steel and her niece Natasha, the sorceress Traci 13, and Kristin Wells, the time-traveling
Superwhore (the Bronze Age Superwoman).
Then there are his family; his adopted son Chris (a little boy who is biologically General Zod's; Chris has been aged up to adulthood in the comics, but not here) and his his dog Krypto, who help Superhunk keep his harem satisfied. Back to people he's screwing,
there's his clone Conner AKA Supertoy, the latter because Superboytoy is too long, who also assists in that task. And there are his still living adopted parents, who are still sexually attractive and sexually active despite their age.
And of course, there are the Supergirls, which in addition to Super-Babe include; his cousin Kara AKA Supernymph, the protoplasmic Matrix (a shapeshifter from another dimension from the '90s; not entirely clear what happened with her) AKA Superslut, the Earth-Born
Angel Linda Danvers (also from the '90s, got her powers by merging with Matrix, then got separated, no idea what happened afterwards; obviously things went a tad differently) AKA Supertart, Cir-El (from the early '00s, thought to be Superman and Lois' daughter
from the future, turned out to be an unknowing fake as part of some trick; no idea what happened to her either) AKA Superskank, and of course, Power Tits, an older version of Kara from an alternate universe.
Superhunk also does his part to assist the dozen or so men in the bottle city of Kandor to satisfy the city's thousands of women, including Kara's mother Allura. He also periodically bestows his attentions on random women in Metropolis. Pretty much all of his
villains are instead villainesses, including the bald but lovely Lexa Luthor, though I haven't given them much thought; he often ends up screwing them too. Then there are his superheroic allies/fuckbuddies. There are also probably some other people I'm missing.
And that's all the time I have. I'll go on about Batstud at some other time.