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Superwoman is the name of several fictional characters who are supervillains appearing in stories published by DC Comics. All are evil or corrupted alternate-universe counterparts of Wonder Woman.
This Superwoman was a member of the Crime Syndicate of America , a villainous counterpart of the Justice League of America from the parallel world of " Earth-Three " vs.
Superwoman, like Wonder Woman, was an Amazon , and possessed similar powers of super-strength and flight. The Crime Syndicate first came to Earth-One when they felt they were becoming too soft as they were receiving no real challenge to their powers and Ultraman discovered Earth-One after gaining the power to gaze between worlds after exposure to a hunk of Kryptonite.
Wonder Woman defeated Superwoman on Earth-1, Black Canary defeated her on Earth-2 and tied her up in her lasso, but like the other JSA members was transported to Earth-3 when she says she won due to a vibratory force Power Ring had placed in their bodies, and in the showdown on Earth-2 Superwoman was defeated again by Wonder Woman making her grasp both lassos, meaning she could not control them and was knocked out by her foe.
They tried to get him, but he revealed he had made sure he and his Time Machine would vibrate at a different speed to them, meaning they could not touch him. They helped him change history and conquer Earth-2 by stealing nuclear missiles from the Cuban Missile Crisis of Earth Prime , and when the Syndicate betrays him they are sent to of Earth-1, as he had made sure this would happen when they touched him.
They materialized on the JLA's satellite headquarters and defeated the heroes. They helped him again when the JLA tried to restore history, though were planning to betray him. When Degaton was defeated this timeline was erased and the Syndicate was re-imprisoned. Superwoman was never seen with bracelets and this was part of her look to show she was, in fact, an evil aging Amazon she also had a streak of grey hair. On the original Pre-Crisis Earth-Three, Superwoman and Lois Lane are two separate people, with Lois working as a reporter for the Daily Star just like Earth-Two and even having a short-lived romance with Captain Comet when he came to her universe while chasing the Secret Society of Super-Villains across multiple realities.
Due to the Rogue Hunter's interference, the Crime Syndicate failed to rescue Superwoman from death row as the electric chair was activated. Earth 2 by Grant Morrison , Superwoman and the rest of the Crime Syndicate comes from a parallel world similar to Earth, but located in an antimatter universe also home to the planet Qward.
Unlike her pre-Crisis counterpart, her magic lasso doesn't change shape but releases the inhibitions of anyone tied to it just as Wonder Woman's compels victims to tell the truth. Bizarrely she also possesses heat vision , as Superman and Ultraman do, although there is no explanation for this.
Taking the alias Lois Lane, Superwoman is an Amazon by birth, and has risen through the ranks to become the chief editor of the Daily Planet in what she calls "Patriarch's World". This disguise resembles Wonder Woman's secret identity of Diana Prince. At the Planet, Superwoman is shown to upset her colleagues; the antimatter- Cat Grant refers to Superwoman as "Queen Bitch",  and negatively alludes to her "friendship" with the antimatter Jimmy Olsen.
In her later appearances, it is stated that prior to taking on Lois Lane's identity, Superwoman was born on Damnation Island, presumably the Antimatter counterpart to Themyscira or "Paradise Island".
It is mentioned that she had murdered all of her fellow Amazons, and upon meeting Donna Troy , she becomes ecstatic over the prospect of being able to murder another one of her kind for the first time in years.
Jimmy Olsen is the only civilian who knows of Superwoman's secret identity. A compliant sexual deviant, he does what she tells him in exchange for the favor of watching when she changes her outfit and receiving pieces of it for his "disguise kit".
He is so besotted that he ignores her gibes and insults, even when she tauntingly refers to him as, " Superwoman's Snitch, Jimmy Olsen ," and prints it in the Planet. Also in the Earth 2 story, her lover Ultraman hates Superwoman's frigidity towards him. Meanwhile, she is carrying on a torrid affair with Owlman , and they sneak trysts whenever they feel Ultraman is not watching.
However, from his floating fortress the antimatter counterpart to the Fortress of Solitude , Ultraman doesn't hesitate to fire warning bursts of heat vision towards them whenever he catches them together. In the depiction were characters that are altered versions of the original Justice Society of America , including Wonder Woman. The character is not identified in 52,  but later in Countdown to Final Crisis , which identifies her as Superwoman of the "Crime Society of America", on an alternative world which is a reversed version of Earth Based on comments by Grant Morrison , this alternate universe is not the pre-Crisis Earth-Three, making this a new character unrelated to previous versions.
Like the antimatter iteration of the character, she is indeed both a Lois Lane and Wonder Woman counterpart, despite possessing Kryptonian abilities such as heat vision. In Countdown, she is recruited into the Monarch's army but has her eyes gouged out by Red Robin Jason Todd of New Earth, who may or may not have been carrying Kryptonite.
Beginning in comics, Superwoman, once again the alternate version of both Lois Lane and Wonder Woman , is one of the members of the Crime Syndicate to arrive from Earth-3 at the conclusion of the " Trinity War " event. During the Crime Syndicate's broadcast, Superwoman reveals Nightwing's identity on the broadcast  While Grid looks over the biographies of the other Syndicate members, he finds that while data on the other members are there, Superwoman's were deleted, leaving her true past and identity still a total mystery.
She is also pregnant, and engaging in affairs with both Owlman and Ultraman. She betrays Ultraman, revealing she and Luthor are carrying a child who is prophesied to bring an end to the world. After Mazahs is killed by the Luthor of the main universe, Superwoman is placed in captivity. Immune to Wonder Woman's lasso of truth, Wonder Woman attempts traditional interrogation of her counterpart about the entity that destroyed their world, but Superwoman does not reveal any information.
Just then, she ends up announcing " The baby. It kicked. Right after she gave birth to her son , on order from Owlman, Superwoman used her child to absorb the Omega Sanction from Lex Luthor. While boasting of her child's strength, Superwoman was disintegrated by Grail who took the baby. A later character did use the name Wonder Man, however—see below. Believing he crossed into a parallel universe, Superman flies back to space to find a dimensional portal but is blocked by an invisible barrier.
He notices the parallelism fails when he sees Superwoman and Clara Kent Superwoman's presumed secret identity are two separate people. When he confronts Superwoman he discovers that he is regarded as a super-villain in this gender-reversed world, which leads to a battle with Superwoman, Superlad, and Wonder Warrior.
They manage to trap Superman with Wonder Warrior on guard, but he manages to escape and takes Wonder Warrior's magic lasso with him.
Superman figures out that his foe Mr. Mxyzptlk is behind this gender-reversed world. This was partly due to the discrepancy of Clara Kent and Superwoman being different people. However, Mxyzptlk's biggest mistake was being too vain to give himself a reverse-gender counterpart in Superwoman's rogues gallery in The Daily Planet morgue; all of Superwoman's foes were reverse-gender counterparts to Superman's foes Leslie Luthor Lex Luthor , Bizaress Bizarro and the Toywoman Toyman - except for Mxyzptlk.
Superman discovers as well that he was never in a parallel universe, but rather on Earth, which Mxyzptlk had altered with his magic. After using Wonder Warrior's magic lasso to make Mxyzptlk say his name backwards and thus returning him to his native dimension, the effects of Mxyzptlk's magic including the existence of Superwoman vanish, returning the Earth to normal. Upon his return to his Clark Kent identity, he is startled to discover there is still a Louis Lane, but he turns out to be Lois Lane's cousin.
Later stories, including Countdown and The Multiversity would revisit the concept of a gender-reversed Superman known as Superwoman, and designated those stories as taking place on Earth of the DC Multiverse. It is notable that in pre-Crisis continuity, "Laurel Kent" was the name of a 30th-century descendant of Superman who occasionally appeared in stories featuring the Legion of Super-Heroes , and was replaced in continuity by Laurel Gand. The Search for Ray Palmer: It also depicts that world's version of Amazons Attack!
Superwoman Kristin Wells. Art by Gil Kane , The Multiversity Guidebook, released as part of The Multiversity showed new versions of the characters from Earth, more closely resembling New Earth after the Flashpoint event, with equivalent costumes to their New Earth counterparts, indicating their world had also been affected by the Flashpoint storyline, though the exact nature of those changes is unrevealed.
The Aquawoman of Earth would become a member of Justice League Incarnate, a team which formed as a result of the Multiversity event. She would go on to help Superwoman of Earth as well as a number of other Superman counterparts to escape from a being called Prophecy, who was attempting to drain their powers in order to fight an unknown future threat.
Kristin Wells[ edit ] Another version of Superwoman, this one a heroic character, came about in the form of Kristin Wells , who was created by Superman comic writer Elliot S! The character Wells is a 29th-century descendant of Jimmy Olsen.
Wells time travels to the 20th century, where the technology she had brought from the future gives her superpowers. It is this iteration of the character which appears briefly in Superman: Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?
Dana Dearden[ edit ] Obsessed Superman fan Dana Dearden dated Jimmy Olsen to get close to Superman, and when that didn't work she stole mystic artifacts which granted her the strength of Hercules , the speed and flight of Hermes , the thunderbolts of Zeus , and the sight of Heimdall. Dana donned a green-and-purple uniform, with "Superwoman" written down the leggings, and called herself Superwoman, and tried to get Superman to fall in love with her.
He rejected her advances, and Jimmy called her "Obsession". She vanished attempting to help Superman rescue people from a burning ship. During a subsequent attack of humans using the DMN drug—which turned the users into violent demons until the "high" was over—Superman convinced her to help him stop the DMN users, arguing that, if she truly loved him, she would help him do his duty rather than attack him for potentially picking someone else over her.
She died trying to protect him from one of the DMN users when it almost struck him in the back while he was distracted since she knew he was vulnerable to magic. However, Lucy's identity was not revealed until near the story arc's end. During her tenure as Superwoman, she was blackmailed by her father, General Sam Lane , into performing acts of villainy such as murdering Agent Liberty , who had been spying on General Lane and Lex Luthor.
Lucy Lane, New Krypton Superwoman Lucy Lane later attacks Reactron, which tipped off readers that Superwoman was not Kryptonian, since in the villain's Gold Kryptonite power source had no effect on her. The suit is then revealed to be a magical creation of Mirabai of the Forlorn, ally of Sam Lane, who mystically infused in it the genetic abilities of several alien races of Kryptonian might: However, the launch of The New 52 ended that storyline. Lana Lang[ edit ] When Superman died, Lana Lang and Lois Lane both absorbed energy released from his body and the two women developed superhuman powers.
Lana gained the power to convert solar radiation into various forms of electromagnetic energy, while Lois developed powers similar to Superman's. Both Lana and Lois became Superwoman. After Lois' death, Lana became the sole Superwoman. During Superman Reborn, it was revealed that the powers Lois and Lana received were the leftover energy from the New, Superman. The Post-Crisis Superman took that energy into himself to become an amalgam leaving Lana seemingly powerless and confused.
However, an energy remained within her suit which throughout her series found out to be red kryptonite radiation. Other uses[ edit ] Various comic stories, pre- and post-Crisis, offer glimpses of possible futures assuming that one of the various incarnations of Supergirl would eventually change her codename to Superwoman upon reaching adulthood. One example is a issue of The Superman Family ,  in which all the stories are set in the then-near future or the timeframe is cited only as "the turn of the century" with the characters aged appropriately, including an older Linda Danvers Kara Zor-El who divides her time between her career as Superwoman and serving as governor of Florida.
Both of them were unaware of the transfer until Lois pulled down an iron gate with her bare hands. Two versions of Superwoman appeared in the television series Smallville. In season eight, Lana Lang gains superpowers. Crisis on Two Earths , voiced by Gina Torres. Like most versions of Wonder Woman's Crime Syndicate counterpart, Superwoman and Wonder Woman are rivals and the Amazon Princess easily bested her evil counterpart in combat during the final battle.
As in JLA: Earth 2 , Superwoman has a relationship with Owlman and collaborates with him of his plot to destroy the multiverse. However, she also develops a crush toward Batman , who spurns her advances.
There is no mention of her having a relationship with Ultraman.
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