Sleeps-With-Anything-Alive Girl

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Sleeps-With-Anything-Alive Girl is a net.hero created by Amabel Holland.
Alter Ego: Unknown
Aliases: None
Primary Writer: Jamie Rosen
Status: Member of the LNH (Classic Team)
Usability: Free For Use


Sleeps-With-Anything-Alive Girl first showed up as one of the Naughty Teenage Babes. This was silly. Then Amabel decided that that was A Bit Too Much, and she was devoured by a zombie receptionist, which was also silly, but in a macabre way?

But since she died from being bitten by a zombie, she returned to life as a zombie herself, retaining her intelligence but becoming a creature of rotting flesh. She was absorbed into Miss Translation's loose association of weirdos, and was kicked out with them when they lost The Normalizer just as his powers were needed most. Lamar Dunston gave their team a home, and they started going on adventures together, SWAAGirl single-handedly saving the day by fighting off the mysterious Inamorata. They found the Normalizer again in the hands of Net.Santo, but soon after, Miss Translation herself left for her home planet of Vulgar. The team followed after – but ended up being stranded in time, a thousand years in the future!

Thru undisclosed means, Sleeps-With-Anything-Alive Girl returned to the Loonivearth in the present day. She was returned to duty as an active LNHer during the Infinite Leadership Crisis, as the team's ranks dwindled.


Enjoys casual sex very much! Is also an intense romantic, and throws herself into sex and romance as a coping mechanism for deeper emotional difficulties. (Is probably not straight.) Has some yearnings for the trappings of traditional femininity. Values her role as a net.hero.

Powers and Abilities

Pre-zombification, had a deep knowledge of how to give and take pleasure and an immunity to STIs.

Afterwards, kept all that and added zombie powers, including to immunity to other diseases, pain, many biological needs, and most drugs and poisons. (Her inability to sleep, in particular, ended up being psychologically taxing.)


Pale and gaunt, and clearly rotting in places.