Member of the Crime Syndicate
In 2014, the woman was in Central City when the particle accelerator exploded, granting her powers and transforming her into a hyperhuman. The woman joined four other hyperhumans – Power Ring, Owlman, Johnny Quick, and Ultraman – to form the Crime Syndicate of America and became known as "Superwoman". The Crime Syndicate soon took over of the United States, after which they each controlled a different part of the country.
- The following took place in an alternate timeline where Flashpoint never happened.
Invading another Earth
In 2018, Owlman built a device that could create an interdimensional breach in order to escape the annihilation of their universe by the Anti-Matter Man. The Syndicate opened the breach in Central City and escaped through it after breaking Johnny Quick out of jail. After arriving on another Earth, Superwoman started creating chaos for fun with her fellow Syndicate members.
The Syndicate came into conflict with this Earth's vigilantes. Superwoman encountered a scarlet speedster and used her lasso to enslave him. Before she could play with her "toy", Johnny Quick recognized the speedster and demanded Superwoman let the former kill him the since he had a score to settle with the hero. Superwoman and Johnny Quick started to argue and fight, with the speedster still attached to her lasso. Suddenly, a vigilante with a supersonic scream temporarily disoriented them long enough so the speedster could escape and use Superwoman's lasso to capture both of them.
Afterwards, locked in the pipeline, the Syndicate was interrogated by the speedster and an archer. Superwoman insulted the duo and derided them as "weak". Later, the speedster returned and proposed a deal: the first who divulged information on how the breach in Central City opened would be rewarded. Superwoman mocked Johnny Quick, who refused to talk, but she did not say anything either. Shortly after, Iris West-Allen gave Superwoman some food from Big Belly Burger.
Powers and abilities
- Hyperhuman physiology: After Superwoman was exposed to energy from the particle accelerator explosion, her DNA and physiology were altered and supercharged, granting her newfound powers.
- Lasso: Superwoman carried a special lasso with unknown properties to trap her opponents.
Behind the Scenes
- Superwoman is a name used by several characters in the DC Universe. Primarily, it is the alias used by a negative counterpart to Wonder Woman in the Crime Syndicate, evil counterparts to the Justice League. It has since been used in the mainstream for female counterparts to Superman, by his longtime allies Lucy Lane, Lois Lane, and Lana Lang.