The embodiment of America has been a superhero, too.
This character may have been the first female superhero. Or its someone’s worst nightmare. Probably a bit of both.
A teenage boy learns he’s something of a legacy hero and a science experiment all at the same time.
There have been many incarnations of The Ray, so let’s take a look at the best known one.
DC Comics has had a number of heroes go by the name “Manhunter,” but to date only one has been a woman.
The Golden Age of comics was a screwy time. All manner of publishers put out all manner of characters, and many superheroes, the ones
Gabbing Geek Jenny has, in the past, stated her belief in Madam Xanadu as an iconic character. I tried one before to to suggest
Let the multiversal insanity begin. Spoilers after the break for Convergence #1, Batman and Robin #1, Nightwing Oracle #1, Batgirl #1 and Speed Force #1.
OK, so, Jenny did not like my suggestion from a couple weeks ago that Phantom Lady could have been a good fit for her
Gabbing Geek Jenny recently challenged the readers to come forth if they could name a female character that: Does not have a male version