Stripperella was an American animated series created by Stan Lee. At that time, the main character voiced by and based on Pamela Anderson, was a stripper named Erotica Jones who was also the super heroine / secret agent Stripperella. The Firm and Nickelodeon Animation Studios produced the series. It was rated TV-MA in the United States. Stripperella debuted on Spike TV in the spring of 2003 and lasted one season with 13 episodes.

Stripperella’s powers include enhanced reflexes and senses, an astonishing intelligence (with her 2000 IQ she knows almost everything about most of the subjects better than anyone), superhuman strength (able to hold a large, falling tree above the heads of ungrateful children as shown in “The Curse of the Were-Beaver” and lifting men and objects, she is supposed to have the strength of one thousand men), jumping extremely high, “sexy” martial arts and “killer” moves. She has twice claimed to be impervious to all temperatures and weather conditions, but this has only been casually tested on screen. She generally has access to a number of Bond-esque, super-technological devices of questionable usefulness. She is also able to use her extravagant hair as an effective parachute.

In 2008, Stan Lee had contacted Anthony Winn about revamping Stripperella. In 2009, Anthony followed up with releasing limited edition artwork based on their new version of Stripperella. Gone were the long golden locks. Her alter ego was changed to Exotica Jones, and in place she was revised as a full-bodied red headed super heroine. The emphasis of the pole-dancing craze was tied into Anthony Winn’s art within the new Stripperella brand. The cross marketing and branding had helped generate more interest and art sales among pop art enthusiasts, comic fans, pole dancers, and many more fans internationally. 

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