The Super Women Of DC Comics: Characters Vs. Their Real-Life Actors

Even if you’re not a huge comic book fan, you can appreciate the superwomen of the DC Universe. They can kick butt, kill you with a kiss, and deliver quotable one-liners. Taking on a superhero character can be a lot of pressure but these incredible actresses are up to the challenge.

Not only are they incredible on the silver screen but these women are also models, UN ambassadors, and human rights activists. Take a look at what the women of the DC Universe look like outside of their super costumes.

Ruby Rose As Batwoman (Kate Kane)

Ruby Rose will play Batwoman in the upcoming CW network Batwoman show expected air sometime in 2019. Kate Kane, who would later become Batwoman, grew up with military training after she and her mother were kidnapped, later to be freed by her father.

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After a mugger tries to attack Kate in Gotham, she uses her skills to turn him in, which prompts her eventual transformation into a superhero. In the comics, Batwoman is a college partying, tattoo-covered, lesbian superwoman and aids Batman’s quest to end all crime in Gotham city. Just in her own way.