In the month of mothers and with the fashion of hero movies, we have made a list of famous superhero women from movies and comics that most of us have seen.
From Wonder Woman to Elastic Girl, they are all famous and at some point we have wanted to have their powers or abilities, Which of these women would you like to be?
Belonging to DC Comics, first appeared in All Star Comics #8 (December 1941). Created by William Moulton Marston, she is a purely feminist character and most writers describe her as such.
Belonging to DC Comics, created by Otto Binder and Al Plastino. A native of the planet Krypton, where she was known as Kara Zor-El, she is one of the few survivors of its destruction, along with her cousin Superman.
Belonging to Marvel, first appeared in Uncanny X-Men #1 (1963). Created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, she is also known as the Phoenix. She is a founding member of the X-Men and is a mutant, born with the powers of telepathy and telekinesis.
Belonging to DC Comics is Batman’s assistant, was created by the screenwriter Sheldon Moldoff and appeared in 1961, is more widely known as the alter ego of Barbara Gordon, librarian and daughter of the Police Commissioner of Gotham City.
Belonging to Marvel, created by Len Wein and Dave Cockrum, appeared in the Giant Size X-Men 1 comic (May 1975). Member of the X-Men group, she controls the meteorological elements and allows her to generate hurricanes, storms, rains and also flies, she has blue eyes, white hair and dark complexion, she is probably the first black-skinned hero.
The Invisible Woman
Belonging to Marvel, was created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby and first appeared in the Fantastic Four #1 comic. She was originally known as Invisible Girl, her name changed in Fantastic Four #284.
Belonging to pixar and member of the family known as The Incredibles. He is a fictional character and his ability is that of elasticity from meters to inches.
This woman hero is the most recent creation of Marvel and she has made it public in the last issue she has published of the collection of Thor in the United States, Thor #8. At the end of that number, it is revealed who is carrying the hammer.