Of course we all know of our mainstage major comic celebrities, but what about the badass women in comics? At New York Minute, we’re huge fans of the badass women in comics, and here’s a list of some of our favorite superwomen.
Gamora made her debut in Stranger Tale’s #180 in 1975. When she was a child, she was raised to be a warrior by Thanos and eventually went on to become a master of weapons. Not only is she super strong, she also has gone head to head against many villains in her universe and was brought to the big screen in Guardians of the Galaxy.
Artemis debuted in “Wonder Woman” #90 and is a member of the Bana-Mighdall of Egypt. She is fierce and unafraid of physicality, always prepared for a fight if need be. She has super strength and speed, in addition to flight. She is an expert in unarmed combat as well. She is incredibly powerful, often intimidating others.
3. Power Princess
In 1983, Marvel debuted Power Princess in Defenders #112. She is a highly-trained warrior with super strength and the ability to fly. She also has an invisible shield which helps her during attacks. Power princess is one of the best warriors of Marvel’s several universes.
Thundra is seen in 1972’s Fantastic Four #129 and is the leader and great warrior of the Femizon people. She is trained against male oppressors for war and is a master of combat. She has the ability to heal from many wounds. She has defeated Hulk in battle, which has helped her to become more well known.
5. Wonder Woman
Of all the super heroine’s, Wonder Woman is perhaps the most well known. She exists for peace and love but is additionally a fierce and dangerous warrior as well. She has been in history for over 75 years and has possessed superhuman strength and the ability to fly.