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Real Name: Beautie
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Super-strength, enhanced hearing, and flight. Her ferro-styrene skin makes her resistant to a considerable amount of damage. As a robot, she doesn't breathe.

Beautie is a perfect life-size replica of the children's doll of the same name sold by Tip-Top Toys. She is their corporate symbol and spokesman, making appearances nationwide.

Beautie arrived in Astro City in the fall of 1969, with no memory of her past. Her first heroic act was stopping the kidnapping of Joanie Wheaton, the heir to Wheaton Investments. Six months later, she assisted Honor Guard in defeating the Toymaker. Honor Guard brought her into their ranks, and using the Loony Leo v. Fago's Funny Features decision as precedent, assisted in legal action declaring her a free person.

In 1978, she broke up an attack on the Astro City Gay Freedom March, which has led the gay community to adopt her as their favorite hero.
Over the course of her heroic career, she has been destroyed twice, once by the Living Nightmare, and once by the Silver Brain's minions. Each time, she has been rebuilt.


First Appearance: Kurt Busiek's Astro City (1995) #1

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Issue Appearances:
Astro City (2013)
Astro City A Visitors Guide (2004)
Astro City: Beautie (2008)
Astro City: Dark Age/Book Three (2009)
Astro City: Local Heroes (2003)
Astro City: Shining Stars (2011)
Astro City: The Dark Age (2008)
Astro City: The Dark Age Book Four (2010)
Kurt Busiek's Astro City (1995)
Kurt Busiek's Astro City (1996)

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Honor Guard

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