View Poll Results: Batgirl's new Marvel boyfriend

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  • Winter Soldier

    4 8.89%
  • Spiderman

    16 35.56%
  • Warpath

    3 6.67%
  • Human Torch

    10 22.22%
  • Iron Fist

    6 13.33%
  • other

    6 13.33%
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    I think Gambit could be a lot of fun.

    He share's a lot of Dick Grayson's charms and adds in that not-entirely on the side of the law badboy/redemption angle like Catwoman has for Batman.

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    Steve Rogers. I think they'd get along very well together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Digifiend View Post
    Which is odd, as I don't think they've been a couple since the early 90s. Once Dick got a solo book, they gave him street level love interests, with Babs being the one considered endgame (they actually married only for Flashpoint to immediately erase it).
    Hey Iíve always been a Dick and Bridget Clancy shipper, so I go for the long shots!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan2099 View Post
    I think Gambit could be a lot of fun.

    He share's a lot of Dick Grayson's charms and adds in that not-entirely on the side of the law badboy/redemption angle like Catwoman has for Batman.
    Babs primary role model is Commissioner Gordon. Not sure bad boys are a point of attraction with her.
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    She's a young attractive red head. Wolverine is going to sleep with her. They probably won't get together, but he's a man with a talent for wearing women down with his hairy mutant machismo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vakanai View Post
    I don't know, isn't he about Bruce's age give or take? A little too much age difference.
    Comic book ages are so vague, I just figure Daredevil is forever around 30-35.

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    Quote Originally Posted by witchboy View Post
    Comic book ages are so vague, I just figure Daredevil is forever around 30-35.
    I always assumed that Matt was in his late 20s.
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    Quote Originally Posted by witchboy View Post
    Comic book ages are so vague, I just figure Daredevil is forever around 30-35.
    Same.
    There’s just no way he’s still in his twenties.

    I’ll go as far as saying he was in his late mid/twenties when his book debuted. Given the nature of his stories/history though, I’m thinking he’s one of those Marvel characters that’s been allowed to age up since his debut.

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    Of the options given, I voted for Spider-man.

    Other than that, I can see her with Mockingbird.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheCape View Post
    I always assumed that Matt was in his late 20s.
    Comic book ages are hard to figure sometimes. My thought on pushing his age up is that Matt was a lawyer when Peter Parker was 16, and Peter seems to be in his late 20s now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by witchboy View Post
    Comic book ages are hard to figure sometimes. My thought on pushing his age up is that Matt was a lawyer when Peter Parker was 16, and Peter seems to be in his late 20s now.
    I use that as part of my reasoning too.

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    I voted for Iron Fist. The character has both a serious tone and a regular guy appeal with some innocence in social matters. Torch and daredevil are too slutty for Barbara. I see her liking Peter Parker, but disliking Spider-Man.

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    Clint Barton
    The artist formerly known as OrpheusTelos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by witchboy View Post
    Comic book ages are hard to figure sometimes. My thought on pushing his age up is that Matt was a lawyer when Peter Parker was 16, and Peter seems to be in his late 20s now.
    Yeah now that i think about it, it makes more sense for him to be in his early 30 now that Peter in his late 20s (MJ commented on that in Spencer's run).
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptCleghorn View Post
    I voted for Iron Fist. The character has both a serious tone and a regular guy appeal with some innocence in social matters. Torch and daredevil are too slutty for Barbara. I see her liking Peter Parker, but disliking Spider-Man.
    Interesting insight on Peter/Spidey. Kinda the opposite of how Blackcat was, initially.

    Anyhow, I originally said Iron Fist, and you’ve only reinforced that opinion.

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