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Batwoman, aka Kathy Kane, seems to be the most talked about character in comicdom right now even though she has only appeared in a handful of book books in the past three years. If you don’t know why she is being talked about, it’s because she is a lesbian (I have no issue with that).…

Real Power Part 12: Lois Lane

Continuing a series of blogs that was inspired by the Adam Hughes poster The Real Power of the DC Universe. Today we move to Lois Lane. Yep. Lois Lane. She’s the one I think should have been included in the poster. Before you get all in a tizzy, I realize that all the women depicted…

Real Power Part 11: Harley Quinn

Continuing a series of blogs that was inspired by the Adam Hughes poster The Real Power of the DC Universe. Today we move to Harley Quinn. Certifiable. Not much else describes her. Let’s face it, anyone who falls in love with The Joker can’t be described in any other way. Interestingly, Dr. Harleen Quinzel didn’t…

Real Power Part 10: Zatanna

Continuing a series of blogs that was inspired by the Adam Hughes poster The Real Power of the DC Universe. Today we move to Zatanna. More and more these days it seems that Zatanna is getting more and more page time. I think it’s because editors at DC realize that she more than just a…

Real Power Part 9: Poison Ivy

Continuing a series of blogs that was inspired by the Adam Hughes poster The Real Power of the DC Universe. Today we move to Poison Ivy. Every man’s fantasy but deadly to the touch, Poison Ivy is one of the most diabolical female villains in the DCU. Debuting in Batman #181 (1966), Dr. Pamela Isley…