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  • Suburban scientist Oliver Frank creates a she-monster of the night.

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  • Today during the press junket for Ghost Rider, Nicolas Cage revealed to a surprised group of journalists that he is currently trying to get She-Hulk off the ground with Eva to star as the lead green she-monster.

    Filmstalker: Cage wants Mendes for She-Hulk

  • The dense salt water still bore the she-monster up, but her porous wreck was drowning, like a boat hull riddled with holes.

    The Year's Best Science Fiction 23rd Annual Collection

  • The wife, played by Téa Leoni, is repellent: a jangly, yakking, overachieving, overexercised, unfaithful, shallow she-monster who has just lost her job with a commercial design firm.

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  • Oh yeah, and my fun learned fact of the day: chimera: a fire-breathing she-monster represented as having a lion's head, a goat's body and a serpent's tail.

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  • The she-monster said, "On our worlds, my people afraid of creatures like you Thranx people, only much smaller."

    Nor Crystal Tears

  • He remembered now: In a bazaar at El Kahira he had listened to the story of the she-monster.

    The Saracen: The Holy War

  • Our dripping Neptune in the Lyra was accompanied, as usual, by a huge she-monster representing Amphitrite, being no other than one of the boatswain's mates dressed up with the main-hatchway tarpaulin for a cloak, the jolly-boat's mizen for a petticoat, while two half-wet swabs furnished her lubberly head with ringlets.

    The Lieutenant and Commander

  • Once more Beowulf went to the help of the Danish king, followed the she-monster to her lair at the bottom of a muddy lake in the midst of the swamp, and with his good sword Hrunting and his own muscular arms broke the sea-woman's neck.

    The Age of Fable

  • Air Force names new drone after Greek she-monster Gorgon: what could go wrong?

    Boing Boing

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