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First Appearance: Tabula Rasa | 2007
Better Appearance: Playboy! (see below)
Why so overlooked? She’s in the Tabula Rasa
Stephen’s critique: Sexy space-women are twenty a penny. You can’t take a dump, read a book, or stand in the shadows watching a co-worker prepare for bed through binoculars without bumping into a group of sexually aggressive future-women with multi-colored hair, wearing lycra/armor bodysuits and carrying laser-guided plasma-launchers. It’s a shit world. Still would though.
Above: Think we’re taking this too far? This image appeared in Playboy. Seriously
First Appearance: Mortal Kombat II | 1993
Last Appearance: Mortal Kombat: Armageddon | 2006
Why so overlooked? Her stepfather can be... intimidating.
Stephen’s critique: It’s hard to believe that a woman with no pants can look conservative, but Kitana’s hair rigidly tied back in a librarian bun conveys just that. It doesn’t mean that she lacks that “Hot for Teacher” quality that could see her snapping to a silver pole like a magnet working its way through law school given the right guitar riff. But there’s an overall feeling circulating the office that her stepdad presents... certain obstacles.
“Seriously, have her back before the Apocalypse or it’s your ass.“
First appearance: Resident Evil | 1996
Last appearance: Resident Evil: Genesis | 2008
Why so overlooked? Her affinity for adolescent head gear gives her a Blossom vibe that the world has long since rejected for its lack of sex appeal.
Stephen’s critique: Jill has been described as “like a big dirty solider but with slightly longer hair, no dick and a set of tits.” And from a physiological perspective this is reasonably accurate. There is, of course, so much more to Jill than just this. I just have no idea what.
First Appearance: Trauma Center: Under the Knife | 2005
Last Appearance: Trauma Center: Under the Knife 2 (go figure) | 2008
Why so overlooked? Kind of uptight. And she tends to be covered in blood - and no - not in a sexy way.
Stephen’s critique: Nurses, with their starched personalities, laminated name-badges and lingering odor of old man’s skidmarks, make me feel chock-full of rude. Animated drawings of nurses with long ET necks, big round plate-heads and eyes too far apart make me frightened and want to attack them with forks.