View Poll Results: Which Ladies Would You Want On-Going Titles For? (multiple choice)

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  • Batwoman (Kate Kane)

    60 32.97%
  • Bumblebee (Karen Beecher)

    26 14.29%
  • Cheetah

    11 6.04%
  • Cyclone (Maxine Hunkel)

    12 6.59%
  • Hawkgirl/Hawkwoman

    63 34.62%
  • Katana

    39 21.43%
  • Lady Shiva

    17 9.34%
  • Poison Ivy

    34 18.68%
  • Power Ring (Jessica Cruz)

    21 11.54%
  • Raven

    27 14.84%
  • Stargirl (Courtney Whitmore)

    46 25.27%
  • Star Sapphire

    19 10.44%
  • Supergirl

    65 35.71%
  • Vixen

    91 50.00%
  • Zatanna

    99 54.40%
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  1. #166
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    Quote Originally Posted by Electricmastro View Post
    I was rather surprised that Hawkgirl's only solo series thus far was the one from 2006, and even then, it was a direct continuation in numbering from Hawkman's series.

    They did kind of shoot themselves in the foot by finally beginning to deal with Carter and Kendra's feelings for each other and then using the time skip to justify not having to and writing him out of the book. It kind of sucked, to be honest, and I think it soured some fans who had been enjoying what Johns, Palmiotti and Gray had set up prior. I think Starlin wanted to undo Carter and set up Katar. It was not a good time for the Hawks.

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    Yeah. Anyways, I decided to research the DC women who had the longest solo runs in general, and it turned out to be these. Not all of these were ongoing, but I felt like listing them anyway for comparison's sake:

    Wonder Woman (1942-1986) - 329 issues

    Wonder Woman (1987-2006) - 226 issues

    Superman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane (1958-1974) - 137 issues

    Catwoman (1993-2001) - 94 issues

    Catwoman (2002-2010) - 83 issues

    Supergirl (1996-2003) - 80 issues

    Wonder Woman (2016-present) - 78 issues

    Batgirl (2000-2006) - 73 issues

    Supergirl (2005-2011) - 67 issues

    Harley Quinn (2016-present) - 65 issues

    Wonder Woman (2006-2011) - 59 issues

    Batgirl (2011-2016) - 52 issues

    Catwoman (2011-2016) - 52 issues

    Wonder Woman (2011-2016) - 52 issues

    Batwoman (2011-2015) - 40 issues

    Supergirl (2011-2015) - 40 issues

    Batgirl (2016-present) - 38 issues

    Harley Quinn (2000-2004) - 38 issues

    Manhunter (2004-2009) - 38 issues

    Supergirl (2016-present) - 33 issues

    Harley Quinn (2013-2016) - 30 issues

    Power Girl (2009-2011) - 27 issues

    Batgirl (2009-2011) - 24 issues

    Supergirl (1982-1984) - 23 issues

    The Huntress (1989-1990) - 19 issues

    Batwoman (2017-2018) - 18 issues

    The Silencer (2018-2019) - 18 issues

    Superwoman (2016-2018) - 18 issues

    Doctor Fate (1991-1992) - 17 issues

    Hawkgirl (2006-2007) - 17 issues

    Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman (2014-2016) - 17 issues

    Amethyst, Princess of Gemworld (1985-1986) - 16 issues

    Zatanna (2010-2011) - 16 issues

    Anima (1994-1995) - 15 issues

    Catwoman (2018-present) - 15 issues

    Scarlett (1993-1994) - 14 issues

    Trinity of Sin: Pandora (2013-2014) - 14 issues

    Amethyst, Princess of Gemworld (1983-1984) - 12 issues

    Black Canary (1993) - 12 issues

    Black Canary (2015-2016) - 12 issues

    Mother Panic (2017) - 12 issues

    Pearl (2018-2019) - 12 issues

    Raven: Daughter of Darkness (2018-2019) - 12 issues

    Shade, The Changing Girl (2016-2017) - 12 issues

    Starfire (2015-2016) - 12 issues

    Thriller (1983-1984) - 12 issues

    Voodoo (2011-2012) - 12 issues

    Katana (2013-2014) - 10 issues

    Supergirl (1972-1974) - 10 issues
    Last edited by Electricmastro; 09-17-2019 at 03:52 PM.

  3. #168
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    Starfire should be on this list
    SIGNAL/Duke Thomas is the Midnight Sun of Gotham (respect thread)
    John Stewart is my Lantern.
    Naomi was great, pass it on...
    DC: Batman and the Outsiders, Justice League, Teen Titans, Deathstroke, The Flash, Justice League Odyssey, Doomsday Clock
    Marvel: Immortal Hulk, Miles Morales: Spiderman, Black Panther, Ironheart, X-Men (2019), Venom, Avengers
    Anticipated titles: Far Sector, Love Army*, The Other History of DC*

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    Quote Originally Posted by lemonpeace View Post
    Starfire should be on this list
    Definitely agree. Along with Mary Marvel & Talia al Ghul.

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    And Kate Spencer: Manhunter

    and GL Jessica Cruz (I know this poll was originally created years ago but she'd deserve to be on it now)

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    Vixen is a character with a cool power set that’s looking for an interesting hook. A lot of time the they want to peg her as a street level hero (stereotypically) but she’s way to powerful for that. I think they should play up the international element of the character. Make her a globetrotting Interpol agent or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mathew101281 View Post
    Vixen is a character with a cool power set that’s looking for an interesting hook. A lot of time the they want to peg her as a street level hero (stereotypically) but she’s way to powerful for that. I think they should play up the international element of the character. Make her a globetrotting Interpol agent or something.
    In fairness, street level isn't inherently a bad thing and hasn't hurt Luke Cage or Black Lightning.

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    I voted Stargirl because of the characters I know nothing about she's one of the ones I'm most interested in learning about, Star Sapphire because she also expands the whole GL/space/cosmic side of the DC universe, and Supergirl because I like her and she expands the Super family and mythos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lemonpeace View Post
    Starfire should be on this list



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