Jordan Moore is a resident of Gotham City, the youngest daughter of Diane Moore, and the younger sister of Sophie Moore.

Biography

Early life

Jordan Moore was born to Diane Moore and an unknown father. She has a older sister, Sophie, with whom she grew up together. She was raised in a conservative, working-class family. After her mother visited Sophie, she told Jordan that Sophie belonged to the LGBT community, which was something that Diane was apparently still struggling to accept; Jordan, on the other hand, took it all in stride.

Jordan was known by the local police as a graffiti artist and her popularity was extended through her social media account.[1]

Hunted by the False Face Society

In 2021, Jordan went after Commissioner Forbes and tried to get him to help Gotham's most needy community, without delay. She was taggng graffiti on a wall when she saw the False Face Society kill the commissioner. They went after her but she managed to escape. Then she got into Sophie's car at Crows Headquarters and waited for her to enter the vehicle to ask for help. Sophie asked her to testify to the Crows but Jordan said she just needed help from her sister, not the Crows. Then gang members attacked the car but they were stopped by Batwoman.

Jordan and Sophie went to The Hold Up to drink. There, she met Ryan Wilder, who said she heard her saying she was saved by Batwoman. Jordan then said that Batwoman was "cringe" and like the Crows. Later, she told Sophie that her mother said that she left the closet and that she supported her, even though her mother did not. She suggested that Sophie needed a new lover and Ryan seemed like a good option, but Sophie denied it. Later, after Sophie revealed that Angelique Martin was arrested for the death of Forbes, Jordan confronted Sophie about the injustice of the system; Sophie was legally helpless.[1]

Personality


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Jordan seems to have a sense of justice and contempt for corrupt organizations and vigilantes like Batwoman, who she thinks are the same thing as they both don't make so much effort in helping Gotham, like building better community services, despite vigilantes providing safety and protecting the citizens of Gotham.

Appearances

Batwoman

Season 2

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Rule #1"


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