POISON IVY (Character). Bad girls in comics.
A brilliant botanical biochemist, Pamela Isley is a fervent eco-terrorist out to save the world's plant life by any means necessary. She often finds herself at odds with Batman, though they have, on occasion, fought on the same side. She has had a long friendship with Harley Quinn and is responsible for Harley's meta-human abilities. Ivy, Harley, and Catwoman later teamed up as the Gotham City Sirens. Post-New 52, she was a member of the Birds of Prey for a time before betraying them to further her cause.
ELEKTRA (Character). Bad girls in comics.
The lethal scarlet assassin. Daredevil's most fearsome enemy as well as his former lover and most renowned as being the greatest assassin in the world.
SCARLET WITCH (Character). Bad girls in comics.
The probability-manipulating and reality-warping mutant known as the Scarlet Witch is also mother to Wiccan and Speed, sister to Quicksilver and the power behind the mutant catastrophe, M-Day.
SARA PEZZINI (Character). Bad girls in comics.
Detective Sara Pezzini's life was forever changed the day she came into contact with the Witchblade, an ancient mystical artifact. Wielding the balance between light and darkness, Sara now investigates cases that have no rational explanation to the normal world.
CAITLIN FAIRCHILD (Character). Bad girls in comics.
Fairchild was the unofficial leader of the popular Wildstorm super-team known as Gen¹³. The team's smartest and strongest member, she was also the half-sister of her teammate Freefall. Fairchild has recently been incorporated into the mainstream DC Universe.
RED SONJA (Character). Bad girls in comics.
Known as the "She-Devil with a Sword," Red Sonja is the greatest swordswoman of the Hyborean Age and more than a match for any man in combat. First appearing in Marvel Comics in 1973, Red Sonja has become the archetypal example of the strikingly beautiful warrior woman clad in revealing bikini-like armor.
STARFIRE (Character). Bad girls in comics.
Formerly warrior Princess Koriand'r of the now-destroyed planet Tamaran, Starfire found a new home on Earth, and a new family in the Teen Titans. She has also served with the Outsiders, Justice League, R.E.B.E.L.S. and the Outlaws.
LADY DEATH (Character). Bad girls in comics.
Once a mortal woman, Hope became a powerful queen of Hell after making a desperate deal with a demon to escape being burned at the stake. Despite her infernal nature, she retained the heroism she had in her former life and strives to use her arcane powers for good. Lady Death is one of the most popular and recognizable of the modern comic book "bad girls."
MiSTIQUE (Character). Bad girls in comics.
True to her name, the shape shifting Mystique is an enigma. Is she a mutant terrorist determined to bring about the end of humanity, or a misguided mutant with a good heart?
MERA (Character). Bad girls in comics.
Wife of Aquaman and former Queen of Atlantis, Mera is from Xebel, a watery dimension inhabited by an exiled group of Atlanteans.
EMMA FROST (Character). Bad girls in comics.
The former White Queen of the Hellfire Club, Emma Frost is a powerful mutant telepath who can transform herself into organic diamond. She has become an eminent member among the X-Men. A gifted teacher, Emma is renowned for her beauty, wit, and revealing attire.
BLACK CANARY (Character). Bad girls in comics.
Dinah Lance was born into a family of crime fighters; her mother was a vigilante and her father is a cop. She grew up with the company of heroes, and after years of training, followed in her parent's footsteps by assuming the costume, identity and legacy of her mother Dinah Drake, the Black Canary.