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Squirrel Girl, real name Doreen Green, is a fictional character and mutant superheroine in the Marvel Comics Universe. Her first appearance was in Marvel Super-Heroes vol. 2, #8, a.k.a. Marvel Super-Heroes Winter Special (cover-dated Jan. 1992), in a story plotted and drawn by Steve Ditko and scripted by character conceptualizer Will Murray. Her ability to control squirrels is surprisingly effective and has allowed her to defeat major supervillains. She was a member of the Great Lakes Avengers for much of the duration of that group, and later began serving as nanny to Danielle Cage, the daughter of Luke Cage and Jessica Jones.

Squirrel Girl's creation and inspiration came from Will Murray wanting to cut loose from the serious drama of the X-Men titles and bring back the light-hearted anything-goes joy of comic books.

Powers and Stats

Name: Doreen Green/Squirrel Girl/The Anti-Life/Slayer of all that breathes.

Origin: Marvel Comics

Gender: Female

Classification: Human Mutant/Unstoppable Force of Ultimate Destruction

Age: Teenager

Destructive Capacity: Infinite+

Range: Infinitely beyond infinite

Speed: As fast as she wants to be

Durability: Completely invincible to anything and everything

Strength: Stronger than Omnipotent

Stamina: Infinitely beyond infinitely beyond infinite

Standard Equipment: Acorns and Tippy-Toe, her squirrel pet/sidekick

Intelligence: Smart enough to know that victories over the strongest characters should always be off - panel

Powers and Abilities: Squirrel - like speed and agility, prehensile tail, retractable claws, able to communicate with and control squirrels, able to win every fight off and on - panel

Weaknesses: What, are you kidding?

Notable Attacks/Techniques

-Squirrel Infestation: Sends squirrels to tear apart things from the inside out. Works on things even as powerful as MODOK and Doctor Doom's armor

-Off - panel victory: No matter how powerful an opponent she's fighting, she simply starts the fight, then there's a cut to off-panel, and it cuts back with her lying over the defeated body of her opponent. This always works.ALWAYS.

Notable Victories

-All of them

Notable Losses

-As if