Supergirl, also known as Kara Zor-El, is Superman's cousin from the planet Krypton.
Like Superman, Supergirl possesses superhuman strength, speed, flight, heat vision, and invulnerability.
Kara Danvers is Supergirl's alter ego, blending into human society while concealing her true identity.
Supergirl made her comic debut in "Action Comics #252" in 1959, created by writer Otto Binder and artist Al Plastino.
Supergirl has been adapted into various TV shows, including her own series on The CW, which premiered in 2015.
In DC Comics, Supergirl exists across different universes, each with its own unique iteration and backstory.
Supergirl's supporting characters include her adoptive parents, the Danvers family, and her friends from National City.
Supergirl has led superhero teams like the Legion of Super-Heroes and the Justice League.
Like Superman, Supergirl embodies hope, courage, and resilience, inspiring readers and viewers alike.
Over the decades, Supergirl has become an iconic symbol of female empowerment and representation in comics and popular culture.