10 Lesbian and Bi Superheroines in Comic Books We Should Know About

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5. Thunder ( Anissa Pierce )

Anissa Pierce, AKA Thunder, first appeared in the DC Comics Outsiders (vol. 3) #1. She is the eldest daughter of Black Lightning himself, Jefferson Pierce. She is an open lesbian.  Anissa is capable of controlling the density of her body, without affecting her size or shape. allowing her to have superman strength and durability. In comic books she is engaged to Grace Choi, another superheroine.

 



4. Grace ( Grace Choi ) (Bisexual)

She first appeared in the DC Comics Outsiders (vol. 3) #1. In later comic books she is engaged to Thunder (Anissa Pierce). A young Asian American woman using her powers of superhuman strength, healing, and enhanced durability to make a living as a nightclub bouncer. She also has the ability of Shapeshifting. 

 



3. Karolina Dean ( Lucy in the Sky, or L.S.D. )

Karolina Dean first appeared in the Marvel Comics Runaways (vol. 1) #1. She struggled with pressure from her parents and accepting her sexuality, on top of that little issue of finding out her real father was an alien and she has superpowers. Her solar-infused, alien powers are kept hidden by a bracelet, but once removed, her skin glows into an illuminating, rainbow-like light. In comic books she had lesbian relationships with Nico Minoru, Xavin and Julie Power.

 



2. Lightspeed ( Julie Power ) (bisexual)

Marvel’s Julie Power, also known as Lightspeed, is a member of a superhero sibling team called the Power Pack. She first appeared in the Marvel Comics Power Pack #1. She came out bisexual to a friend in Avengers Academy. At the end of the same comic, Julie and Karolina Dean became a couple.

 



1. Nico Minoru (Sister Grimm) (Bisexual)

She first appeared in the Marvel Comics Runaways (vol. 1) #1. She also had a relationship with Karolina Dean. Whenever Nico bleeds, a powerful staff emerges from her chest, called the Staff of One, allowing Nico to bend magic.

 

These were our 10 best Lesbian and Bi Superheroines.

 

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