A team made up of characters who I've liked under the direction of a particular Writer/Artist The Warren Peacemakers 1.Alec Swanwick/"Bruce" From the Elseworlds "Titans: Scissors, Paper, Stone". The far, far future earth faces a massive threat, but has no superheroes, so a student takes it upon herself to create a makeshift team using archetypes based loosely on a legendary team of teenagers. She gets her boyfriend to accept a dowloaded AI into his brain, whose personality is based on a brooding, possibly fictional or not tactician/detective otherwise referred to as "Bruce"
2. Ninjette Hard fighting, hard drinking, flat chested, but tight assed runaway Kuniochi...from New Jersey
3. Sistah Spooky When a black schoolgirl bullied by her bitchy aryan classmates sells her soul to a demon to get a hot bod, there's an unexpected side effect:
The Lovely Angels AKA The Dirty Pair 4. Kei 5. Yuri
Troubleshooters for the WorldWideWelfareAssociation, Kei and Yuri are special operatives trained for special assignments in the far future, who gained the nickname of The Dirty Pair due to the massive ammounts of property damage that tend to occur on said missions. They probably won't make much difference when the following member is active: 6. Syndablokk
The year is 1948. Stan Lee, youthful managing editor of Timely Comics (a precursor of Marvel) has decided that comic book readers have gotten a little bit older, and that he always hated kid sidekicks anyhow, and so lame storylines were used to write out the kid sidekicks and replace them with...
1) GOLDEN GIRL
...yes, cheesecake sidekicks! As can be seen from the very packed-with-story page above, Bucky was written out as recovering from a gunshot wound, while Steve Roger's white-bread girlfriend Betsy Ross dons the costume of "Golden Girl" to fill in for him.
Meanwhile, the Android Torch's sidekick, Toro needs to nurse his dying foster mother (yes, the one who was all, "Hey, this kid whose parents just horribly died before his eyes, he isn't harmed by fire, let's add him to our fire-eating circus act. And adopt him too, I guess.") so he replaces him with his secretary/girlfriend, who...conveniently also has flame-related powers? Ah, investigating further I find that no, her powers are limited to looking hot in her "Sun Girl" costume.
2) SUN GIRL
Namor did not have a kid sidekick to dispose of--although there was a short-lived "kid submariner" type character named "Subby," he never actually is shown meeting Namor and his relationship to Namor is never explained. Abandoned by-blow perhaps?
But Namor is also given a cheesecake partner, in his case it is his cousin, Namora:
Unlike the others, Namora has the same powers as Namor, so at least she can be useful even if she doesn't always choose to be.
In addition to the cheesecake sidekicks, there were several independent cheesecake superheroines, including:
4) The BLONDE PHANTOM
A detective, woman-of-mystery sort, and:
The greek goddess of love on earth, and finally...
A very powerful superheroine with the full basic set of super-powers--super-strength, invulnerability, and flight, called:
6) MISS AMERICA
Also, Miss America was rocking the sexy-librarian look. I'm guessing that she is the only superhero who ever wore glasses in-costume.
There you go, bring the six of them together and you have the Bomb Shells!