The 5 Best Female Superheroes & Comic Villains
- Karen Batista
- 28 November
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In the canon of comic book literature, characters like Wonder Woman, Harley Quinn, and Poison Ivy remind us that female strength takes many forms. The nice thing about superhero and supervillain canvas art prints is that they give us a chance to reflect on our inner Harley and Wonder Woman daily.
If you’d like to celebrate these powerful women in the form of some great comic book wall art, here are five top contenders for a spot on your wall.
- Wonder Woman
- Cat Woman
- Harley Quinn
- Poison Ivy
- The Scarlet Witch
1. Uphold Truth And Justice With Wonder Woman Art
Diana Prince – aka Wonder Woman – is pretty incredible as a superhero. She’s as strong and sound as Superman and as wise as Batman. So it’s no wonder that Wonder Woman balances out the energies of Batman and Superman as the only female member of the Trinity in the DC comic books.
Empower yourself with a bit of Wonder Woman wall art by getting one of Thomas Kinkade Studios’ canvas art prints of The Trinity (Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman), or go all out with female empowerment and get her in an art print that features all of the Women of DC.
2. Steal A Glimpse Of Catwoman Art Prints
Although Selena Kyle (Catwoman in the DC comic books) doesn’t have superpowers or superhuman strength, she’s feisty, intelligent, and the epitome of self-made strength.
That she’s often shown as a foil of equal wit and strength to the Dark Knight himself shows what this cat burglar brings to the table. She can hold her own in a street fight and still look fabulous. If you’re a Cat Woman collector, look for her on art prints and canvases of pieces like The Women of DC.
3. Harley Quinn Goes Wild In Exciting Wall Art
Criminal psychiatrist Dr. Harleen Quinzel, better known as Harley Quinn, is a good-girl-turned-bad as the Joker’s sometimes sidekick. But she turned out to be such a great character in her own right that she moved from sidekick to front runner.
More recently, Harley Quinn has been kicking around with other DC comic book baddies in the Suicide Squad. The canvas art prints Batman™ Gotham City™ and The Joker™ and Harley Quinn™ all celebrate the craftiness of this comic book villain.
4. Poison Ivy Art Brings Her Fabulous Plants To Life
As a member of the Dark Knight’s rogues gallery, Poison Ivy brings a touch of plant-y menace to the underworld of Gotham. Like Harley Quinn, she was once a respectable professional. Dr. Pamela Lillian Isley, a biochemist, and botanist gained her poisonous superpowers after being injected with poisons and toxins, which makes her alter ego, Poison Ivy, both powerful and a bit mad.
A Poison Ivy limited-edition sculpture or a Poison Ivy art print puts this villain into your superheroes and villains art collection.
5. Unleash The Power Of The Scarlet Witch
Wanda Maximoff, known as the Scarlet Witch, was the brainchild of two of Marvel’s greatest creators: Jack Kirby and Stan Lee. She started as a reluctant comic book villain before joining The Avengers. Technically, the Scarlet Witch is a Mutant, a being in the Marvel comic books who gets some incredible powers because she carries a powerful gene.
Fill your house with Marvel art featuring the Scarlet Witch by hanging Doctor Strange vs. The Dark Despot on your wall.
Explore Amazing Superhero and Supervillain Art Prints And Decor
If your walls need a bit of saving (or slightly villainous fun), try one of our superheroes or villains canvas art prints today! We put our love of comics and entertainment into every piece so you can show off your personality in any room of the house. Plus, our art prints make for amazing gifts and surprises for friends, family, and loved ones. Explore our collection to see what you can find.