15 Hottest Female Superheroes of All Time

Superheroes are often thought of as male. There’s no question that Hollywood is dominated by men. But there are some kick-butt females who have saved the day and still continue to do so.

But what about the silver screen’s leading ladies? Who are the hottest female superheroes of all time? Let’s take a look.  One thing is for sure: these women make every Action movie worth watching!

Some of the female superheroes on this list of hottest female superheroes are actually some of the strongest, a few of them are among the strongest marvel superheroes, their inclusion on this list makes sense knowing the physical qualities they possess both in strength, ability and body hotness.

In this blog post, we’ve compiled a list of 15 of the hottest female superheroes of all time. This list is in no particular order.

Check it out and see if you agree with our picks!

Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics. She is a founding member of the Justice League, goddess, and Ambassador-at-Large of the Amazon people.

She has also been referred to as “The Most Powerful Woman in the Universe.” Her character is an icon and feminism icon widely considered to be very important and influential as a comic book character and as a feminist icon.

Scarlet Witch

The beautiful and lovely Scarlet Witch is an attractive, red-haired mutant who possesses the ability to alter reality in unspecific ways and control probability.

She was a regular member of The Avengers as well as (and often associated with) the X-Men. She has also been part of Magneto’s Brotherhood and was even once romantically. She can cast a spell on a person and alter their emotions or transmute objects into something else. She has the ability to cast hexes that have a wide variety of effects.

Black Widow

Natasha Romanova, better known as Black Widow, is a Russian spy and superhero. She was trained in martial arts and is an expert with a bow and arrow. Natasha played a major role in the Avengers Civil War when she joined Captain America’s side.

She has appeared in six of the Marvel Cinematic Universe films: Iron Man 2, The Avengers, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Captain America: Civil War, and Spider-Man: Homecoming.

In 2015’s Avengers: Age of Ultron, she is prominently featured as one of the team’s most highly skilled combatants after Scarlet Witch is rendered incapable of fighting due to her powers being drained from her by her brother Quicksilver.


Supergirl is a Kryptonian and the cousin of Superman. Kara Zor-El was sent by her father to Earth to escape the destruction of her home planet Krypton. She stayed in suspended animation before she arrived. But things didn’t go as planned and her ship was knocked off course. She is the last remaining Kryptonian with superpowers on Earth, which leaves her with a lot of responsibility to handle.

Black Canary

Dinah Drake-Lance is a metahuman who is known best for her role as a vigilante. In DC Comics, she uses the alias of Black Canary and was once a member of Justice League of America. Her superpower is her ability to emit ultrasonic sound waves from her voice, which she can control with her vocal cords.

Black Canary has been a core member of the Birds of Prey and was ranked the 71st greatest comic book character of all time by Wizard magazine. She was created by the writer-artist team of Robert Kanigher and Carmine Infantino, making her first appearance in Flash Comics #86 (August 1947).


Kate Kane is the daughter of a wealthy family and has a life full of privilege. But when her father and brother are both killed in Afghanistan, she decides to take up the cause and fight crime in Gotham City. She began her career as Batwoman by retracing Robin’s original journey from Wayne Manor to Arkham Asylum, hoping to inspire young people who were lost like she once was.

Batwoman then discovered that there were other vigilantes also using the bat symbol in Gotham, so she decided to create a new symbol, which she called the “batwoman” symbol. Her crime-fighting career received considerable public attention and she became very popular. When Batman (Bruce Wayne) died during Final Crisis, Kate Kane continued to protect Gotham City in her own unique way by dressing as Batwoman and fighting crime and corruption with all her might.


Ororo Munroe, better known as Storm, is a mutant with the ability to control weather. She first appeared as one of the central characters in Uncanny X-Men #1 and has been associated with the X-Men ever since. Storm is sometimes called “The Weather Witch” or even “Queen of the Mutants.”

When you first think of Storm, you should think of her as a member of the X-Men. She has the ability to control the weather, which is pretty cool. She’s also part of Marvel’s first female team, The Uncanny X-Men.

X-23 : The Female Wolverine

X-23 is a female clone of Wolverine and was created to be a weapon. But she turned out to be so much more. X-23 has been trained in the art of assassination, martial arts, and espionage. She’s even taken on some villains like Sabretooth and Mystique.

She’s also one of the only superheroes who has never been defeated by any opponent. Even Wolverine himself admits that X-23 surpassed him as a warrior.


Elektra is an assassin who was originally working for the Chaste, a rival school of martial arts to that of The Hand. Then she began to work as an independent mercenary. She also served time in prison after killing an undercover FBI Agent, but was later released by an unknown benefactor.

She has worked alongside heroes like Daredevil and The Hand, but she has also worked with villains like Bullseye by using her skills to help them commit crimes that the law wouldn’t allow.

In the comics, Elektra doesn’t have any powers but she’s very skilled in martial arts and uses her fighting skills to take down various opponents.

Captain Marvel

Carol Danvers, or as she is more famously known, Captain Marvel, was born a mutant with the ability to transform into energy and open inter-dimensional portals. She is also seen as one of the most powerful superheroes in the world due to her amazing set of powers.

Oh yeah, and she used to be Ms. Marvel!

Captain Marvel is one of the most iconic female superheroes. She is also an Air Force officer and was the first woman to be given her own comic book. The character was created in 1968 by Stan Lee and Gene Colan.

Cat Woman

Catwoman, otherwise known as Selina Kyle, is one of the most popular of Batman’s allies. Catwoman has been a fan favorite since she made her debut in Batman #1.

Catwoman is typically seen as a glamorous woman with her whip-slinging ways, but she is also very clever and willing to do anything to get what she wants.

Catwoman has had many superhero personas over time such as Black Cat and Gotham Girl. She even had a team-up with the Birds of Prey for a brief period in the 1980s. She also appeared in the 2003 film from Warner Brothers called “Hush”.

Lara Croft

Lara Croft is a badass female protagonist who takes no prisoners. She has the body of a fit woman and the skills of an experienced explorer. Lara was created by Toby Gard in 1996 for Eidos Interactive’s video game entitled “Tomb Raider.” Since then, the character has gone on to appear in several video games with combined sales of over 63 million units worldwide.

She has also appeared in comic books, two feature films, animated shorts, and novels.

Lara Croft is known for being tough, badass, and having a ton of attitude.


Before she became Batgirl, Barbara Gordon was the youngest member of the Gotham City Police Department. But she was also a computer whiz who helped her dad, Commissioner James Gordon, solve crimes. When she suspected that Batman might be a criminal, Batgirl set out to prove him wrong by going undercover as his sidekick. 

In her new role, she faced many challenges and had to learn how to fight crime in order to keep herself safe. She has also gone on a mission to find out more about Batman’s true identity.

Batgirl is known for her intelligence and powers like flight and super speed. She’s often seen as an honorary member of the Justice League where she can learn from other heroes because of her skillset.

Invisible Woman

Susan Storm, or as she is better known, The Invisible Woman, has the power to make herself and other objects invisible. She was a founding member of the Fantastic Four with her human torch brother Johnny Storm and Mr. Fantastic and the Thing.

The Invisible Woman can also create force fields that she uses to protect herself from danger. She is a very powerful member of the Fantastic Four.


Rogue is one of the most well-known X-Men and can fly, phase through objects, and has super strength.

She has the mutant ability to absorb other people’s powers and memories when she comes in physical contact with them. She also has a long history with Gambit who other members of the X-Men do not trust entirely.

Rogue was a member of the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants before she joined the X-Men. She has also been a member of several different superhero teams in her history including The Avengers and X-Factor.  

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