Temis the Vorta wrote:
Are there any superheroes created specifically for a female audience? I can't think of a single one, but if they exist, that's a good way to start.
-The main character should be around age 18 and have lots of regular human friends of the same age group.
-The main character will have no or minimal adult supervision.
-The main character will be female. This could be a normal female in love with a male superhero, or a female superhero who is torn between her normal human boyfriend and another (bad) superhero character (also male). Whatever the configuration, there will be a love triangle.
-There can be gay characters, in fact I'd expect that, but odds are remote that the main love triangle will be anything but het.
-Even if the show starts with one lone superhero, more will show up along the way.
-The superhero(es) will have some angsty aspect to their powers that they can moan and cry over, and write about in their diary. The superhero doesn't have to be a literal vampire, but they should be a metaphorical one in the eternal-angst sense.
Well, you've just described Buffy the Vampire Slayer
. Unfortunately that's not coming back any time soon.
And I don't even watch Buffy
But that's just more evidence that the CW should create a new version of the show, but with something other than actual vampires at the core, because apparently Buffy
is a perfect distillation of The Successful Formula(TM) (no big surprise the show was successful).
Have a "slayer" who hunts aliens, ghosts, zombies, anything. Just leave out all the identifying details like proper nouns and nobody will have any grounds for a lawsuit. Can't copyright a formula.