London: Actress Mila Kunis was flattered when Seth Green wanted to immortalise her in his comic book, but she agreed on a condition - she wanted a curvier alter ego.
Her ‘Family Guy’ co-star Green wanted her to serve as the inspiration for Annalee Rogers, the leading lady in his series ‘Freshmen’, which he created with writer Hugh Sterbakov, reports dailystar.co.uk.
"My friend (Green) actually writes a comic book called `Freshmen` and he based the lead character on me. And when he was doing it, he asked what I wanted my powers to be and I was like, `I want big b**bs and a big old a** and a cape`," Kunis told Heat magazine.
She was ultimately happy with the result.
"He drew these awesome pictures that from the neck up look like me, but from the neck down look like Pamela Anderson with a cape. I look so hot, I can`t even tell you. And she can enter people`s minds. So I`m living vicariously through what my character`s doing in that comic," added the `Black Swan` star.