Hope Summers belongs here because, unlike every other powerful female superhero, Hope isn’t limited to one or two superpowers.
Before Rogue met Ms. Marvel, all she could do was temporarily absorb the powers and memories of any she touched.
Daughter of Trigon, Raven is immensely powerful. For reference, Trigon is one of the most powerful beings in the DC Universe.
Scarlet Witch has made many of my lists and for good reason. She is a prominent member of the Marvel Universe.
Like Emma Frost, I have a soft spot for Zatanna. Like Emma Frost, Zatanna was born with her powers.
Supergirl is one of the most popular characters in DC and due to this, she was awarded her own television show on the CW.
Many argue that Mera and not Aquaman is the most powerful being in Atlantis. I, for the record, am one of those arguing it.
Luckily, she’s one of the most powerful female superheroes that DC has to offer so carrying that burden.
Emma first appeared alongside Kitty Pryde, Sebastian Shaw, and the Hellfire Club in X-Men #129.
Lady Death has been a central figure to many of Marvel’s greatest stories. Of them all, none may be as famous.