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* ''Webcomic/ThirtyTwoKickUp'' Has Patricia-Marie, Helvetia, and Margaret.
* Both Shanti and Sekhmet, the main characters from the webcomic ''Webcomic/TheGreenEyedSniper'', are powerful combatants. Shanti is a very good martial artist, although she excels as a sniper. Sekhmet is nearly unstoppable in melee and regular hand-to-hand combat.
* The Girl from the webcomic ''Webcomic/AGirlAndHerFed''. She's one of the best in the world at Judo, and will use it when necessary.
* Commander Vorador Mortanius and the mercenary Hawkeyes in ''Webcomic/ArtOfDomination'' are definitely capable of holding their own in a battle.
* Philippa Twentysuns of AstralAves is a pure swordfighter able to hold her own in a magic-dominated setting. More generally, the other knights of Sol Solaris.
* Silver, the main character of ''Webcomic/BallAndChain'' starts the story as a very capable gladiator.
* Ally, Sheila and Reece from ''Webcomic/AtArmsLength'' are sorcerer adventurers. Several other recurring female characters are fighters as well.
* Breaker, protagonist of ''Webcomic/{{Break}}'', is a HotBlooded FieryRedhead on a quest to rpove herself the best fighter in the world, and is a highly skilled martial artist.
* ''Webcomic/BoundAdventures'': Lady Livia Barlow is the bodyguard to Princess Irina, and saves her from danger quite a few times.
* Kid Katydid of ''Webcomic/TheBugPond''. She, along with her sidekick, Tate are the sole defenders of the bug pond from predators. In one story, she fought off a Blue Jay largely on her own.
* The title character of ''Webcomic/TheChallengesOfZona''. She and her sister Tula have been known to form a warrior/priestess-mage LovelyAngels duo.
* Plenty of them in ''Webcomic/{{Chrysalis}}'':
** Garnet beats a manticore on her own. Well, with a little of Quicksilver help.
** Violet was facing the same manticore before. It didn't go well, but she isn't as experienced as other characters
** Lacey gave the manticore a taste of bazooka whoopass in a previous encounter, forcing it to flee.
* Helne and Rhel from the webcomic Webcomic/{{Cindersong}} . Rhel in particular is better at the [[http://cindersong.com/comic/page-28 action]] part of an entrance.

* Though she spends much of the comic as more of an ActionSurvivor, Nin Wah from ''WebComic/CommanderKitty'' [[http://www.commanderkitty.com/2011/02/06/and-shes-all-out-of-bubblegum/ finally gets to turn the tables on the Tagged in all out combat]], launching herself into this role.
* ''Webcomic/TheContinentals''' gender bending adventress Lady Fiona Fiziwigg. This men's suited, top hatted, two fisted, gun wielding, say and do as I damned well please agent in her majesty's service is more distressing damsel then damsel in distress as she investigates a series of brutal "mangling" murders uncovers a tangled web of intrigue, adventure and murder with her Continental Operative partner Jeffrey Tiffen Smythe in victorian England. Find it [[http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/The_Continentals here]].
* In ''Webcomic/CucumberQuest'', Cucumber's little sister Almond takes swordplay lessons and eagerly volunteers to go on the quest in his place. She later pulls off a BigDamnHeroes moment to save Cucumber.
* ''Webcomic/TheCyantianChronicles'': Silver and Celina best embody this trope. Quinn will, once she does more than spar with family and friends. Chatin, Cilke and a few others cover this trope to a (very slightly) lesser degree.
** It helps that the majority of cyantians have some kind of combat training. Especially the members of the Akaelae family and the Mounty royal family. Which makes sense given the need to protect themselves.
* Madison Wynter from ''Webcomic/DangerZoneOne'' is a skilled hand-to-hand fighter and extremely proficient with a firearm (she won the annual Pallad City marksmanship pistol competition two years in a row). It's been alluded to that Madison was once a member of the Death Widow [[PrivateMilitaryContractor PMC (private military contractor).]]
* Amy Fang, the PerkyGoth heroine of ''[[http://deadmetaphor.comicdish.com Dead Metaphor]]'' has demonstrated Action Girl capabilities while fighting zombies hand-to-hand.
* Nonami Mumei from ''Webcomic/DrNonami'' can frequently be found battling robots, mad scientists, and other villains.
* ''Webcomic/ElfBlood'', being an action webcomic with a majority female cast, would be positively weird without its share of [[{{ActionGirl}} Action Girls]]. Of note are two of the Incarnum characters: Shanna, a tomboyish brawler; and Carlita, an elegant superspy.
* All the female main characters in ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'' ([[GenderBender and some of the guys]]), except for [[UnfazedEveryman Sarah]].
* Virtually every female character in ''Webcomic/ErrantStory'' qualifies, though special consideration goes to Sara, the resident warrior-monk. ''Time-mage'' warrior-monk.
* Asuka of ''Webcomic/EverydayAbnormal'' introduces herself by killing six or seven Yakuza soldiers while barely breaking a sweat (although she nearly loses her eye). In her second appearance, she wins a fight with "The best hand-to-hand fighter on Earth" in a couple of seconds.
* Jane Mighty (formerly Iron Jane) from ''Webcomic/EverydayHeroes''. She introduced herself to her future husband by [[AgonyOfTheFeet kicking him in the head]].
* The title character of ''Webcomic/{{Evon}}'': An ActionSurvivor when first introduced, she progresses from taking out the odd mook, to holding her own, solo, against a TerribleTrio of Cabal agents assembled to take her ''and'' Hero on.
* Kelu of ''Webcomic/FarToTheNorth'', in spades. In the first ten pages she manages to defeat a fully-grown dragon with her BARE HANDS. Later, after a [[OurGoblinsAreDifferent goblin]] nearly shoots her nephew she marches up a mountain without a coat to give it back the arrow and YELL AT IT.
* Rhea, by far the most physically imposing human character in ''Webcomic/{{Forming}}''.
* Saki in ''Webcomic/{{Frivolesque}}'' is able to defeat tons of armed goons without breaking a sweat. Gaia does boxing and MMA in her free time. Both of them stand out in a world of mostly normal people.
* Radical, in ''Webcomic/GamingGuardians''. Her [[ShapeShifter shapeshifting]] EvilTwin, Ultima starts out as a DarkActionGirl, but (unusually for the trope) does a HeelFaceTurn later -- [[KarmaHoudini after having put Radical through seven kinds of hell]] ([[spoiler:including fathering Radical's child while disguised as Randarch, and then causing her miscarriage]]).
* Webcomic/{{Garanos}} from [[http://www.garanos.com the webcomic of the same name]].
* Zeetha from ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'' is a warrior woman from a hidden, jungle city which might possibly have a matriarchal society (this is speculation). She appears to be a stronger warrior than any of the [[BadassNormal humans]] in the comic, although she is [[spoiler: beaten in combat by the superhuman Baron Wulfenbach]].
** There's also that [[spoiler:Baron Wulfenbach]] is perhaps the most badass individual on that planet. Really, losing to him is no shame for ''anyone''.
*** That, and WordOfGod has confirmed he spent a few years amongst her people [[spoiler:and is her father, though neither has realized that last bit.]]
** The title character is a proficient in making and ''using'' {{death ray}}s and can hold her ground with a sword, but lacks the physique of a real action girl. Fortunately, Zeetha's working on fixing that.
* ''Webcomic/GodOfHighSchool'' has several of these, with the most prominent being deuteragonist Yu Mi-Ra, a swordswoman who grows strong enough to cleave through entire mountains and skyscrapers of the course of the story.
* Edith from ''Webcomic/{{Godslave}}'' becomes an ActionGirl when Anpu gives her superpowers. She now packs MegatonPunch, is nigh-impossible to kill and has became an InstantExpert at using khopesh (Egyptian sword).
* ''Webcomic/GuildedAge'': Frigg is all about weapons when she can get them, and punching when she can't. To the point that she's gained the attention (patronage?) of local war deities.
* [[http://www.harkovast.com/index.php?id=91 Chen-Chen]] in ''Webcomic/{{Harkovast}}'' has martial art skills that allow her to block swords (with her bare arms!) and smash skulls (with her bare fists!)
* ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'': [[DarkMagicalGirl Rose Lalonde]], [[TheGunslinger Jade Harley]], [[ChainsawGood Kanaya Maryam]], [[HandicappedBadass Terezi Pyrope]], [[TimeTravel Aradia Megido]], [[WolverineClaws Nepeta Leijon]], [[TokenEvilTeammate Vriska Serket]], [[UnstoppableMailman PM]], [[BadassLabcoat Mom]], [[CoolOldLady Nanna]], [[TheVamp The Black Queen and Snowman]], and others. Because Sburb entails battling for survival, all female characters are usually this by necessity or prior experience.
* Punchgirl of ''Webcomic/TheIncredibleAndAweInspiringSerialAdventureOfTheAmazingPlasmaMan''.
* The T-Girls of ''Webcomic/JetDream'', all former male Badasses [[GenderBender turned Action Girls]].
* Most female characters of ''Webcomic/{{Juathuur}}'' are either this or DarkActionGirl. And NeverMessWithGranny.
* In ''Webcomic/KiddCommander'', Phineas Kidd won't let anyone keep her from going her way, and will fight to reach her goal and protect her friends, but she doesn't approve unuseful cruelty.
* ''WebComic/MagickChicks'' is set at Artemis Academy, which is an all AllGirlSchool for [[DemonSlaying monster hunters in training.]] As such, all but a few of the named female cast are some manner of [[BadassNormal combat specialists]], [[PsychicPowers espers]], {{ninja}}, or [[MagicKnight magick cadets.]]
** The Hellrune Coven are a witch trio who originated from ''WebComic/EerieCuties'', before being transferred to Artemis. The coven's leader, Melissa, is half witch/half [[spoiler: MagicalGirl]] and after [[TrainingFromHell being trained by Tiffany]], she was able to flatten Rain [[http://www.magickchicks.com/strips-mc/the_dud in seconds flat.]]
** Tiffany comes from a family of vampire slayers and is eager to follow in her parents' footsteps. Though [[AttentionDeficitOohShiny scatterbrained]], she's a formidable fighter capable of holding her own [[http://www.magickchicks.com/strips-mc/a_dead_end against a pair of possessed students.]]
** [[AbsurdlyPowerfulStudentCouncil The student council]] at Artemis consists of the 7 most powerful students at the school, with [[StudentCouncilPresident their president]], [[LovableAlphaBitch Faith]] [[SmugSuper Abbot]], being the most powerful esper in the academy's history. While her best friend, Callista, is the captain of the school's Archery Club, whose aim is so [[ImprobableAimingSkills scarily accurate]] that she's [[RedBaron earned the nickname]] [[http://www.magickchicks.com/strips-mc/deadeye "Deadeye Archer".]]
* In ''Webcomic/MagIsa'', [[http://mag-isa.thecomicseries.com/comics/pl/119733 Claudita]] and [[http://mag-isa.thecomicseries.com/comics/434 Lucia]] are your standard action girls.
* Jessica Queen of ''Webcomic/MayonakaDensha'' is a sword weilding LadyOfWar who also happens to be a ClassyCatBurglar on the side.
* Pirogeth from ''Webcomic/MegaTokyo'', Piro's character online/real life in some of the subcomics fits this role pretty
* Miss Melee, the star of ''Webcomic/MissMelee'' is a martial arts superheroine.
* Adrestia from ''[[{{Webcomic/Morphe}} morphE]]''. Physically strong and ready to [[PartialTransformation change her arm into that of a grizzly]] to kick more ass.
* Emai in ''Webcomic/NightmareFactory'' is a body manipulator, and she knows how to use those abilities. She even [[spoiler: rips Phirre’s heart out of his chest at a point.]]
* Haley from ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'' is a high-level chaotic good thief. Her archery is unmatched in the comic. [[PronounTrouble Maybe]] [[AmbiguousGender Vaarsuvius]], too.
** In [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0722.html this comic]], she defeats a half dozen guards singlehandedly with a weapon she's not even known to be proficient in, in a very short time span.
** Miko might have been a stick-up-the-butt KnightTemplar, but this is a woman that managed to solo the Order twice, defeated a minimum 15th level, artifact-enhanced cleric and can behead people with her feet.
** Heck, don't forget BadassNormal / MamaBear Kazumi. And those poor ninjas thought assassinating a woman who was six-months pregnant would be easy! Also Therkla seems to be one, though we see relatively little of her fighting skill.
** Likewise, Lien (who's so badass that her paladin mount is a [[ThreateningShark shark]]).
* ''Webcomic/{{Pacificators}}'' are full of ActionGirl, the most prominent being the main cast (''five'' of 'em. Yes, you read that right) who are peacekeepers fighting to help bring the world out of the Second Dark Age.
** Here's an example: In fact, the first time we meet them, [[GorgeousPeriodDress Muneca]] [[ProperLady Powell]] wiped the floor with two bodyguards who were much bigger than her.
* Kira in ''Webcomic/{{Panthera}}'' not only is a star athlete at school, but also aced Panthera's battle obstacle course on the first try. Oh, she's a fire-powered tiger that fights against a secret government project with Panthera.
* Kova, of ''[[Webcomic/ThePlayersGuideToSISU The Player's Guide To S.I.S.U.]]'', is easily the toughest member of her team - the first time we meet her, she's duelling one of them, and takes him apart almost without suffering injury herself.
* 'Webcomic/RasputinBarxotka'':
** Marlborina is an accomplished fighter and can beat up men twice her size.
** Tatiana works as Camello's bodyguard and knows how to use assault weapons.
* Melody Meadows from ''Webcomic/{{RedSpaceBlues}}'' is a space mercenary with a gun though she fights better with he hands.
* ''Webcomic/RumorsOfWar'' features both Elysia and Illyra in a seemingly GunFu equivalent of the MysteriousWaif. Both have exhibited magical powers that prove useful in close-quarters combat. (Possibly because they're based on ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' characters.)
* ''Webcomic/{{Runners}}'' has an entire OneGenderRace of {{Blue Skinned Space Babe}}s who can change into silver-skinned, [[SuperStrength super strong]], MadeOfIron Action Girls at whim. [[spoiler: Probably engineered. Possibly for evil purposes.]]
* In ''Webcomic/RustyAndCo'', the three (male) MonsterAdventurers always team up with an ActionGirl at some point in each level -- five different ones thus, some of whom have returned.
* While there are several in ''Webcomic/SchlockMercenary'' -- Legs, 'Chelle, even Breya fit the bill -- Elf takes the cake. Ranging from blowing up a refinery to [[AssShove procto-ing a reality TV host with one of his own cameras]].
* Freija certainly and too a lesser extent Rachel in ''Webcomic/TheSenkari'' are action girls. Rachel is capable of putting aside her sword, Freija seems to want to be an Action Girl even when there is no Action to be had.
* Most of the female cast in ''Webcomic/{{Sidekicks}}''. Justified since they're superheroes and sidekicks; it's in the job description. Notable examples are [[LittleMissBadass Limpid]], who has been kicking ass since her introduction, and Lamia after the four year timeskip when she becomes the hero [[DarkIsNotEvil Nightmare]].
* Major Sarah Bronniford (Republic of Quebec) from ''Webcomic/SixCommando''. She's young, but she's tough. Despite being captured, she remains defiant, and even tries to escape before [[spoiler:she's nearly killed by a nuclear explosion]].
* Captain Jordan Lee from ''{{Webcomic/Skins}}'' She holds her own against supernatural threats and she was the one chosen to lead the team of werewolves and vampires, despite being only human herself. The first time we friggin' see her, she has a [[http://lj-phillips.deviantart.com/art/Skins-Page-4-340428258 werewolf on a leash.]] Now that's badass!
* Oasis in ''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance'', though not an especially heroic one (which is to say, she is [[AxCrazy completely psychotic]]). May be a RobotGirl or a former TykeBomb or [[spoiler: a vengeful spirit that possesses random passers-by]] or more than one.
* Ada from ''Webcomic/TheStoryOfAnima'' proves [[http://tapastic.com/episode/49413 why you shouldn't hit a lady with glasses]]. It will end ''very'' badly for your face.
* Any female character in ''Webcomic/SupernormalStep'' who has plot relevance is likely to be an ActionGirl.
* ''Webcomic/TowerOfGod'', is set in a world of badass, is full of them. For starters, there are Zahard's Princesses, the female Rankers, Anak, Hwa Ryun, Serena and Grey.
* ''Webcomic/{{Tripp}}'': Proxy, of course. Also somewhat applies to [[spoiler: Coco, since the chip in her head gives her awesome fighting skills, but it's not yet clear if she can control it.]] Let us not forget [[spoiler: the Mazons]].
* The title character from ''Webcomic/{{Tove}}'' is a teenage {{Tomboy}} version of this. If that isn't enough, she's also apparently [[TheChosenOne The Chosen One]] who is destined to save her world from a race of evil and mysterious aliens!
* In ''Webcomic/TwiceBlessed'' the pixie Pella Brightwing is a very dangerous combatant who single-handedly holds her own against multiple very tough enemies.
* ''Webcomic/VampireCheerleaders'': The [[HeroWithBadPublicity Paranormal Mystery Squad]] has its name because they're an all-girl group of [[DemonSlaying cryptid hunters.]] Hence, [[FunWithAcronyms the initials:]] [[http://www.vampirecheerleaders.net/strips-vc/no_guys_allowed "PMS"]] which was deliberately chosen by their leader, Stephanie Kane.
* The eponymous ''Webcomic/{{Vattu}}'', who is hot-headed, has no respect for authority, and can hold her own against a muscle-bound giant three times her height.
* [[KillerCop Alchione Valer]] and [[AudienceSurrogate Mulgot]] from Webcomic/{{Visseria}}, with Alchione being a hard-headed thug and Mulgot being a more agile spear-user.
* ''Webcomic/{{WapsiSquare}}'' has Katherine Gilchrist, who's a former Air Force helicopter pilot and [[spoiler: [[http://wapsisquare.com/comic/one-of-eighteen/ the only survivor from an archaeological dig that was massacred by local insurgents. ]] ]]
* Alex Rayne of ''[[Webcomic/WrightAsRayne Wright as Rayne]]'' becomes one after his mind is [[FreakyFridayFlip put into the body of]] a teenage girl. There are also straight examples in Sareena Black and Ivy League.
* Scorpio, Taurus, Aquarius and Sagittarius on the hero side of Webcomic/{{Zodiac}}. On the villain side, the female ones are more crafty and seem to prefer to act behind the lines (such as Slaver and Legion), but Nightmare, Basilisk and Razor are straight examples.
* Nearly every single character in Webcomic/{{Semi Auto Semla}} falls into this trope or one of its many sister-tropes. Rather strange, given the comic's open celebration of the {{Bound and Gagged}} aspect of old pulp stories.