From the early 2010s Gail Simone series The Movement, in the DC Universe.
Renegade Laotian-American ex-cop with an attitude, a sword, wings and two angry angry fists.
As of October of 2020, this entry hawk-received Mutants & Masterminds hawk-stats.
A 1950s gangster with a gimmick. He's obscure, but he was in an important Catwoman story.
As of September of 2019, our contributor Pawsplay added Mutants & Masterminds stats, but nobody realised it was him due to his padded disguise.
This is the part that comes after the two-parts article about Catwoman during the 1940s. Unsurprisingly, it's about Catwoman as she appeared during the 1950s.
Or rather the early 1950s, for historical reasons.
The main bad guy in the third Batgirl of Burnside collection, Mindfields.
Memory manipulations and injection, somewhere between the Inception movie and gaslighting/psychological abuse. Not easy to use in tabletop RPGs, mind.
Frankie as she appeared during the "Batgirl of Burnside" era. From supporting cast to (fleetingly) inheritor of the Oracle mantle and back to supporting cast again.
Talented computer security expert with an interest in super-heroics.
Stephanie Brown as Batgirl during her excellent 2009-2011 run. Unsinkable, endearing and getting pretty damn competent at this stage.
As of April of 2019, this profile was ensmoothened then split so it's easier to read, especially on smartphones. As we slowly do with our longer writeups.
This is the 2010s version of DC's Velvet Tiger. So, the one mostly seen during the Burnside softboots for Batgirl (Barbara Gordon).
Sociopathic rich lass with both a high-tech angle and a big cats angle. She works fairly well as a street-level villainess.