All Marvel fans need to step aside. A wise man once said, “DC universe has some hot females!” Don’t know who said that, but they were right. When you come across a Batman comic book, you may find many females with versatile character profiles. Not all of them are overly sexualized, not every girl is waiting for their rescuer. Some of them are tough, some are badasses, others are sweet, and the majority are highly controversial. Which woman from a DC universe is your type? It’s time to find out!
Batgirl (Barbara Gordon)
This girl has been an eye candy for a while. Her character was introduced long before your favorite mainstream comic idols. Batgirl first appeared in 1967 in Detective Comics #359.
Barbara Gordon is depicted as “the real deal,” a ride or die girl who accompanied Batman and Robin. She is a young powerful girl who astonished the reader with her honesty, directness, and a touch of self-esteem problems, which ultimately makes her even more real and more relatable. She is always effortlessly hot with the purity of an angel. Batgirl was depicted by many featured characters, but Barbara remains the most iconic, truthful, and fair among all of them. If you want to find a girl for marriage, you should probably search for someone around this type.
Talia al Ghul
Another enchanting character in Batman Universe is Talia al Ghul who has a direct connection to Bruce Wayne. Talia is Bruce’s former love and the mother of their son. Although she loved Bruce at a certain time of her life, and it was mutual, she is depicted as an evil character. Al Ghul is a cold-hearted, goal-oriented woman who would stop at nothing to achieve her purpose. Despite her being an ally once, she further came to the dark side and became one of the most controversial characters in the evil bunch.
Selina Kyle (Catwoman)
Catwoman is probably one of the sexiest female villains in the history of sexy female villains. She is fierce, flexible, evil, elusive, and smart. The Catwoman prototype existed as long as Batman himself. The storyline of this woman is fascinating, deep (as deep as her cleavage). Although fans always debate on the subject of her over-sexualization, Selina is equally cherished for her other assets.
Pamela Lillian Isley (Poison Ivy)
Poison Ivy is every male’s ginger fantasy. She used to be a botanist working at a Gotham garden until she mutated into this beautiful creature by accident. This sexy green thumb is one of the most dangerous villains and one of the best honorable mentions on our list. She even was in a same-sex relationship with our next character.
Harley Quinn (Harleen Frances Quinzel)
The treasure of every DC comic book, Harley Quinn hyped up her position in everyone’s favorite character list during the last five years. Even those who dislike comic books or don’t give a damn about a DC Universe remember this psychotic beauty.
Miss Harley has a well-known story. She worked as an Arkham Asylum psychiatrist. Her special patient was none else than the Joker. After psychologically meddling with her brain, Harley became his on-off loyal girlfriend, as crazy and sociopathic as her crush. She wears a significant clown costume and uses a huge hammer as a weapon of choice.
If you don’t like evil clownery, then you should search for the issues with Zatanna, a true magician. She makes things appear out of nowhere, speaks in riddles, and has interesting elusive nature. You can find her full story in Batman: Private Casebook. Zatanna is often hypersexualized for no reason, wearing a sexy magician costume and using her hat as an actual prop.
Jaina Hudson (White Rabbit)
This villain doesn’t have much deepness and storyline action. She was created for entertainment purposes only. White Rabbit is an elusive character, a woman who likes to be chased after, a master of disappearing and separating into two different people.