Squirrel Girl is the most terrifying marvel hero cause she can summon an army of squirrels to hunt you down
I want a touching one-shot that has has Squirrel Girl go through a bit of an identity crisis regarding her origins, only for her to stumble though a Krokoan Gate and learn that she is truly a Mutant. She is then accepted, like most Mutants, into the Krakoan family.
Have her then be on something like a new Unity Squad. I like the idea of the Unity Squad.
Been waiting on a Marvel Legends Squirrel girl figure for years and the toy gods have finally answered!
Best Marvel movie we’ll never get-
It’s just 2 hours of Squirrel Girl interrupting battles to have civil discussion and hug people
Had a horrible realization that Squirrel Girl and Amadeus Cho are the same age! Do not like that at all!!!
anyways thanks lia for revitalizing my love for doreen green i will now ignore my homework that im already behind on to reread squirrle girl. i want to see my gal
Miraculous X Marvel AU where Squirrel Girl comes to Paris and defeats both Lila and Hawkmoth in like 20 minutes, then becomes best friends with Marinette.
The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl (2) #19
Doreen was always a bit clumsy, way before being officially Squirrel Girl, meddling with paint and always exaggerating on glitter. She remembered her first treehouse, filed with all her art projects.
It stood proudly outside her house in LA for a big portion of her childhood, and squirrels would always pass by and see her make more and more art. Her mother would leave some hazelnut cookies for the “visitors”.
The last art piece she made was a family portrait, with a glitter-filled frame. Before she could hang it in the treehouse however, it started to rain. Really bad.
Hiding into the treehouse, she couldn’t see a path to crawl to, and all her furry pals were getting soaked… Like all the paintings she made through the years. Once her father brought the ladder, she and the squirrels were able to climb down, the lightnings came, and it made the tree fall. It didn’t hit the house, but it crashed down on the street
Doreen looked at the surviving artwork of that tragic incident, still covered in glitter. She wiped her eyes at the sad memory, and the many lost “treasures” on the treehouse. Then, she looked at how happy her and her family seemed at the portrait… Along with all the furry friends cheering with them.
She missed that treehouse, but she and her family still stood strong. This thought comforted her heart and snapped her out of that gloom. Tippy Toe and Mister Lieberman played with the glitter falling on the floor.
She was standing stronger now. They all were.