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Superheroines, and Their Better Halves

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Wonder Woman doesn’t always have a secret identity, but when she does, it’s usually Diana Prince. Danny Haas tried this once with superheroes, and now he’s giving the ladies their chance. Needless to say, we approve. Seven more behind the jump.

First up, Spider-Woman, a.k.a. Jessica Drew.

Felicia Hardy, Black Cat.

Kara Zor-El, Supergirl.

It’s no secret that Sue Storm is the Invisible Woman.

Selina Kyle, Catwoman.

Like Sue, Jean Grey is public with her identity as a mutant, but her twin identities as Phoenix and Dark Phoenix remain a prominent part of her character.

And finally, Barbara Gordon, Batgirl. Wearing an incredibly tight sweater vest to show off those abs.

All of these are available as prints, canvasses, and iphone goodies from Haas’ site here.

(via DC Women Kicking Ass.)

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