Raven, Starfire, Catwoman, Black Widow, Black Cat, Storm, Rogue, and Invisible Woman, just to name a few.
@CriTiKa1, but isn't Invisible woman an extension to Invisible Man? And Starfire is comparable to Green Lantern. Cat Woman and Black Cat are practically the same. So yea they all look hot.
@CriTiKa1, Shadow Cat, Star Girl, Hawk Girl, Marvel Girl, She Hulk, Jean Grey, Black Canary, Elektra, Spider Woman, Cyclone, Power Girl, Phoenix, Zatanna, Ms. Marvel, Huntress, Emma Frost, Dazzler, Pyslocke (many more but these ones are my favorite)
@bronze512, Starfire and Green Lantern aren't even in the same universe and have very different powers. Cat woman and black cat are also not in the same universe, but they are pretty similar, I'll give you that. Invisible Woman is part of the Fantastic Four, also, there is no Invisible Man superhero.
@CriTiKa1, Starfire and Green Lantern are. They're both DC
@skillingspree, ah crap, my mistake. Was thinking she was Marvel.
@bronze512, Dude, there are hundreds of Green Lanterns, and quite a few of them are female!
@CriTiKa1, but what female super heroes they do have aren't always written as fairly as their male counterparts. There is an entire list of female super heroes called 'women in refrigerators' that shows every female super heroes that have been depowered, raped or killed so they're male counterparts could get upset about it. So yeah, i think people have a right not to be completely happy about it.
@Skitty, My point was that there are plenty of female superheroes that don't have male counterparts. There is no male counterpart for Invisible Woman, Storm, Catwoman, and a bunch more. Sure heroes like Batgirl and Spider woman are there only because of their original male counterparts, but there are plenty of others who are original superheroes.
@CriTiKa1, Yeah, and let's not even fvcking start with the rest of X-men. So many background superheroes that it's just rediculous.
@bronze512, what invisible man...? You mean the commenter? Or the horror invisible man? He means Mrs Fantastic
@Skitty, sometimes it's the other way around... Mrs Incredible for example
@Skitty, you forgot to read "dead man defrosting" so you'll know how many male superheroes have died also. Which is more that your female superheroes.
@SilverGrim, Was Red She Hulk a villain or hero? Because you forgot her if she's a hero...
@CriTiKa1,don't forget mrs. Marvel, and she's crazy powerful
@bronze512, starfire is an alien not a holder of an overpowered ring
@SilverGrim, "not extensions of their male counterparts"
@CriTiKa1, there's a cat man..
@angelicwaffle, Catwoman came before Catman.
@SilverGrim, Witchblade, Angelus, Velocity, Cyblade, Magdalena. Those are some from the top cow Universe.
@SilverGrim, Funny thing is, most of these are Marvel.
@CriTiKa1, actually your all wrong on the no counterpart thing there is an earth in DC comics where the genders of all heroes are reversed such as batwoman, superwoman, and wonder man.
THERES FEMINISM IN MY FUNNY I WANT A NEW ONE... What if they spit in my next funny
@sexual lamp, you should be fine, your a sexual lamp. No one f*cks with a sexual lamp
*generic comment about feminism*
I've spotted the feminist.
Ah feminists on superheroes not realising that it was a franchise intended for young boys, so of course it will be mostly male characters as it would be something they can aspire to be and dress up as. It's not sexist, that would be like complaining how ken isn't the main character in barbie or some sh*t like that i dunno i'm just a dumb man...
@sponge bath sundays, the first superhero with a secret identity was written by a woman.
@Goldilocked, it could have been written by a space duck for all i care, it was originally a franchise aimed at young boys and still mostly is due to the lack of female interest in it
@sponge bath sundays, females have been involved in comics since their conception. They weren't written just for you. And just try going to a comic convention and saying there are no females interested in them. You'll find yourself sorely mistaken
@Goldilocked, obviously things have changed but are you trying to dispute the fact that originally there were more boys in the target audience during the beginning? Or are you just making up arguments to have with me? I never said they were written just for "me", but like most things, they will have a target audience and it may be biased towards a gender.
@sponge bath sundays, companies may have thought boys were their target audience but women have always written and read comics. It wasn't just guys reading them. They had a large female audience but tended to cater to who they thought comics would appeal to more. But as the top commenters pointed out, there were still female characters just like there should be because the good comics have representation just like how Stan lee included gay people in his comics and then put a picture of them kissing on the front cover when people complained. It's a question of representation, not who the comics were 'meant' for. Comics portray a wide variety of people and there's no excuse to try to make all male casts in the the most popular ones which wouldn't succeed anyways because of who the actual audience includes
Second frame: Bubbles becoming aware of bubbly boobs on bodacious blonde.
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Wait... Oops found the feminist
I smell feminism
@crustybuttocks, I don't smell any fish?
@crustybuttocks, well it's honestly not that hard...
Its seems PPG is DC
Comic book nerds to the rescue! And while I've never read super girl, bat girl is definitely not just a guy counterpart.
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12 July 2014 #12July2014
There's all the Sailor senshi from Sailor Moon!
Well honestly, American female super Heros are not as cool as female Heros from manga/anime.
It's all just a part of Rule 63 baby.
Wasn't that woman a villain?
This picture just deserves the word BOOBS
Even superheroes have feminists...