Title explains it all really. It's mostly DC and Marvel characters by the way with some and other characters thrown in as well.Two more things, One all my picks in this list were comic book characters first. And secondly I don't have that many anti heroes on here. I prefer more clear cut heroes who try and do as much good as possible, striving by a moral code to live by. Though there are a few on here.TV and movies covered here, female superheroes have fought an ongoing battle against one-dimensional representation, lack of backstory, underdeveloped personae, and relegation to eye-candy status.
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The metric for this list is a fluid one, as the characters and their depictions are so vastly different, not everyone can be held to the same exact standard. This is especially true in cases where the superheroes themselves are victims of poor development by their original creators in comic-book form, or simply intended to be female counterparts to existing male characters. Needless to say, it's about as complicated as Buffy and Angel's whole thing. Generally, however, rankings are based on the complexity of the character (Jennifer Lawrence's portrayal of Mystique, for example, turned the X-Men villain into someone sympathetic), the level of range and charisma in each actress's performance, whether the portrayal can be considered groundbreaking and/or progressive, and the superhero's level of importance to the story at hand. Because there are so few exemplary portrayals of female superheroes, you'll find that the lowest-ranking characters here are plenty flawed and so we're quite critical of them.
Every superhero is cut out to star in a film, but that doesn’t mean they shouldn’t get the opportunity to lead their own adventure. Netflix has proven it can produce good content, and if Daredevil is any indication, any show on there featuring a costumed adventurer should at minimum be a quality product, if not exceptional. Taking into account future superhero projects on both the big and small screens, as well as Netflix’s more limited budget per show, these are the heroes from both Marvel and DC we believe need to have their own series on the streaming platform.