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Batwoman

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just for fun! :)
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Patricia Anne McCarty- artist 2011


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Behind the Mask

new note: (I find this information very cool tho I myself am not gay. I think everyone has the right to dream. Knowing comics like I do, It is rare to find a gay hero.)

Batwoman: Is a fictional character and female counterpart to the superhero Batman. Batwoman made her first comic book appearance in Detective Comics #233 (1956). Originally named Kathy Kane, the character was introduced as a love interest for Batman to disprove allegations of homosexuality in response to the backlash from the book Seduction of the Innocent (1954).

The modern Batwoman (2006) is written as being of Jewish descent and as a lipstick lesbian in an effort by DC editorial staff to diversify its publications and better connect to modern day readership. Batwoman’s sexual orientation has been both criticized and praised by the general public and the character has been described as the highest profile gay character to appear in stories produced by DC Comics.

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