Electra Woman

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Real Name
First Appearance
Electra Woman and Dyna Girl, "The Sorcerer's Golden Trick"
Joe Ruby, Ken Spears
Team Affliation
Base of Operations
unnamed city
(powers all given by ElectraComs) Can temporarily increase speed and strength
Skills and Abilities
Fighting Expertise
Tools and Weapons
The ElectraComs, ElectraCar

Electra Woman is a superheroine and the the co-lead of the TV series Electra-Woman and Dyna Girl.

Electra Woman is played by Deidre Hall and by Markie Post in the unaired pilot.

Origin[edit | edit source]

No origin was ever given to Electra Woman.

Biography[edit | edit source]

The origins of Electra Woman is unknown, and it is unknown if she and her sidekick, Dyna Girl, became heroes together or through seperate circumstances.  Very little is known about their personal lives (or even her real name) save that she and Dyna Girl lead double lives as magazine reporters.  When trouble struck, they would quickly get into uniform with an ability she referred to as "Electra Change" and the duo would hop into their Eletra Car and fight evil.

The two would be assisted by Professor Frank Helfin, who would provide them with the gadgets they needed to fight evil.

Unnaired Pilot[edit | edit source]

In an unaired pilot for a new series, Electrifa Woman is shown 25 years after he original adventures, now a drunken, cynical woman after he husband left her for Dyna Girl.  Soon she is inspired by a fan to attempt to stage a comeback with the fan as the new Dyna Girl.

Skills and Abilities[edit | edit source]

Electra Woman is an experienced fighter, though it is unknown if she's self-taught or if she was trained.

Tools and Weapons[edit | edit source]

Both Electra Woman and Dyna Girl weild Electra Coms, which are indispensible in their fight against crime.  Most notably, as their name implies, they act as communication devices with video capabilities, but they also have numerous other abilities.  Other functions include:

Direct-A-Scan: Capable to guiding Electra Woman and Dyna Girl through buildings.

Electra-X: X-ray machine that reveals disguises.

Legacy[edit | edit source]

A new version of the series was made.

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