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->''Good evening. I'm a lizard woman from the dawn of time. And this is my wife.''
-->--'''Madame Vastra''' (the wife in question being '''Jenny Flint'''), ''Series/DoctorWho'', "[[Recap/DoctorWho2012CSTheSnowmen The Snowmen]]"

''"Well, it's kind of like Franchise/JamesBond. [[{{Dissimile}} But instead of Bond, there are these two women...]]"''

Female [[BuddyCopShow buddy-shows]] are rather widespread, especially in {{anime}}. This trope refers to adventure series starring two rather competent women with [[TheyFightCrime contrasting personalities]] -- compare with BettyAndVeronica, RedOniBlueOni, TomboyAndGirlyGirl, LightFeminineAndDarkFeminine, and BifauxnenAndLadette. They're usually not romantically involved with each other and generally are JustFriends. Subtext regarding otherwise may be present, though.

In contrast, female buddy ''movies'' are extremely rare, probably since MostWritersAreMale.

More than two Lovely Angels eventually become known as an AmazonBrigade. Everything else of the above stays the same.

Compare StrictlyProfessionalRelationship where it's a man and a woman who work together.


[[folder: Anime ]]

* The category is [[TropeNamers named after]] the official codename of Kei and Yuri, who are this trope, in ''LightNovel/DirtyPair''.
%%* ''Anime/KiddyGrade'', a SpiritualSuccessor of sorts to ''Dirty Pair''. And, consequently, ''Anime/KiddyGirlAnd''.
%%* ''Manga/GunsmithCats''
* ''Anime/ReadOrDie'', the original {{O|riginalVideoAnimation}}VA version. They also had a third, male team member -- he was just completely irrelevant to everything.
* Heinkel and Yumie are unusual examples from ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'', with strong religious connotations, at that. They are ActionGirl best friends who were raised by a HolyHitman and appear numerous times on either side of Father Anderson's shoulders, seeming to represent a figurative version of fallen angels for Iscariot and the Catholic Church.
* ''Manga/YoureUnderArrest's'' Natsumi and Miyuki are two police officers who are a pair.
* ''Anime/{{Noir}}'' and its second SpiritualSuccessor by the same studio, ''Anime/ElCazadorDeLaBruja''. The first successor, ''Anime/{{Madlax}}'', avoids this by large margin despite having a similar setup (unless you ignore the monstrous gap in Madlax and Vanessa's skills and put them in the same league).
* ''[[Anime/KazemakaseTsukikageRan Tsukikage Ran]]'' is a show chronicling the adventures of a pair of young, attractive, asskicking female vagabonds wandering feudal Japan together. Meow is a cheerful Chinese martial artist looking for merriment and goodwill, while Ran is a snarky dark-haired {{Ronin}} going wherever she can find good sake. Much of the show's humour comes from the two distinct personalities clashing and how they deal with the situations that arise each episode.
* ''LightNovel/{{Slayers}}'' had {{O|riginalVideoAnimation}}VAs and [[TheMovie movies]] where Lina is adventuring teamed up with a VainSorceress Naga, in RedOniBlueOni contrast.
* A ''Anime/CodeGeass'' radio drama taking place between the two seasons has Kallen and C.C. in this type of relationship. And then there's [[http://neoshinka.files.wordpress.com/2008/05/code_geass_kallen_cc_boobs_of_the_rebellion_400.jpg this piece of artwork.]]
* The ''Mazinger'' series: ''Anime/MazingerZ'' and ''Anime/GreatMazinger'' had Sayaka and Jun (even if it was for a short while). ''Anime/UFORoboGrendizer'' has Hikaru and Maria.
%%* ''Hyperdoll''.
* ''Anime/FutariWaPrettyCure'' features Lovely Angel {{Magical Girl}}s, as does ''Anime/FutariWaPrettyCureSplashStar''. For at least half a season each, ''Anime/HeartCatchPrettyCure'' and ''Anime/SuitePrettyCure'' fit this trope, too.
* ''Manga/ExcelSaga'' initially starred two ladies, Excel and Hyatt, but they were two incompetent henchwomen, not two smart heroes. [[Anime/ExcelSaga The anime]] kept this dynamic, while the manga added a third character, Elgala.
%%* ''Manga/SugarSugarRune''
* Anak and Androssi Zahard from ''Webcomic/TowerOfGod''. Paired with VitriolicBestBuds.
* ''Anime/NajicaBlitzTactics'': Najica and her [[RobotGirl Humaritt]] sidekick Lila.
* ''Anime/MichikoToHatchin'' has some of this, despite the age difference between the leads.
* Noriko and [[OneeSama Kazumi]] in ''Anime/GunBuster''. Nono and Lal'C in ''Anime/{{Diebuster}}''.
* ''Anime/{{Mnemosyne}}'' -- romantically involved or not, the Moe [[HoYay/{{Anime}} Les Yay]] is pretty brazen.
* ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaAs'':
** There's Nanoha and the newly-[[DefeatMeansFriendship befriended]] Fate. Others are solo fares (1st season) or feature {{Amazon Brigade}}s (''[=StrikerS=]'', ''[=ViVid=]'', ''Force''). Nanoha and Fate have, in-universe, [[GenerationXerox inspired several examples of similar pairings]], complete with both [[BashBrothers action duo dynamics]] and LesYay. Teana and Subaru from ''[=StrikerS=]'' are this trope when operating by themselves. Vivio and Einhart of ''[=ViVid=]'' are nearly certain to go in their footsteps as well, once they grow up.
** There was also Quint and Megane, prior to their entire unit sans Megane getting killed by Jail's forces.
* ''Anime/PantyAndStockingWithGarterbelt'' takes this to the logical extreme with Panty and Stocking being literal angels... except they're not too angelic personality-wise.
* ''Manga/TetragrammatonLabyrinth'' with Meg and Angela
* ''Manga/RosarioToVampire''. Kuruno Kurono: [[HornyDevils succubus]] with GagBoobs, FemmeFatalons the size of your average assassination knife, wings, a tail, and need it come to that, [[TheVamp seductive supernatural powers]]. Mizore Shirayuki: [[AnIcePerson abominable snowgirl]] who can hurl icy shuriken at you, cut you open herself with claws of ice, and freeze you heel-to-hair if you've so much as a drop of liquid on you (and sometimes even without). It's not called the [[CombinationAttack Black and White Duet]] because of their skin tone; it's because ''they're '''that''' different and they can '''still''' dance like that''.
* ''Manga/PuellaMagiMadokaMagicaTheDifferentStory'': This spin-off manga of ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'' and the ''Farewell Story'' drama CD it adapted reveal that [[CoolBigSis Mami Tomoe]] and [[DarkMagicalGirl Kyouko Sakura]] were like this [[OriginsArc during their early days as Magical Girls]] - growing into HeterosexualLifePartners. It is only when [[spoiler:the PaterFamilicide went down]] and Kyouko grew into her SocialDarwinist tendencies that she and Mami fell out.
* ''Anime/PokemonHeroes'' has a rare [[DarkActionGirl villainous example]] in Annie and Oakley, a sister team that combines TomboyAndGirlyGirl and FoolishSiblingResponsibleSibling character dynamics.


[[folder: Comic Books ]]

* Page image features Misty Knight and Colleen Wing, from the second volume of ''ComicBook/HeroesForHire''. The two of them happen to be ''[[MemeticBadass so badass]]'', even the ''[[Characters/SpiderManRoguesGallery Rhino]]'' is afraid of them. They are good friends and normally appear together, but the epitome of their Lovely Angels dynamic can be seen in ''ComicBook/DaughtersOfTheDragon''.
* ''ComicBook/BirdsOfPrey'' started with a team of ComicBook/BlackCanary and Oracle. Later, ComicBook/{{Huntress}} joined the team as well. Recently, it has become a full AmazonBrigade.
* DC has had Poison Ivy and Comicbook/HarleyQuinn team up on occasion during the brief periods when the latter has gotten sick of the Joker. [[HoYay/{{Batman}} Les Yay]] abounds (Generally played as close to being involved as possible while still ''just about'' maintaining plausible deniability. On at least one occasion they were actually shown sharing a bed). They starred, along with Comicbook/{{Catwoman}}, in ''Comicbook/GothamCitySirens'' as a trio of [[{{Fanservice}} attractive]], [[DarkActionGirl deadly]] women on the town in Gotham. And then there was that exchange where Harley informed Batgirl that Ivy had given her some kind of treatment so they could "play" together. More than one fan has taken this as outright confirmation of a canon relationship. [[WordOfGod Paul Dini says it was.]]
* ComicBook/{{Whiteout}}, before [[ExecutiveMeddling the changes]] made to the movie, starred US Marshal Carrie Stetko and pal solving murders down in Antarctica. Unfortunately, TheMovie (For various ridiculous reasons) felt that two female leads was a bad choice for a film, and made one of them a man (and not even one of the already existing men from the comics, but a [[CanonForeigner completely new creation]]).
* The {{Manhwa}} ''Manhwa/{{Yureka}}'' (translated as ''ID_Entity'') features a pair of IdolSinger minor characters actually ''called'' The Lovely Angels.
* The Italian comic series ''LegsWeaver'' has such a team of the titular character and her sidekick May. The lesbian relationship is overt this time.
* ''Patsy and Hedy'' eventually had Patsy and Hedy in a relationship of this sort when they dropped the mutual romantic interest.
* ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'' and ''Comicbook/{{Batgirl}}'':
** Kara Zor-El and Barbara Gordon during the Silver Age. They first teamed up in ''World's Finest 169'' and they quickly became best friends and an excellent crime-fighting duo.
** In the [[ComicBook/Supergirl2005 Post-Crisis]] continuity, Supergirl teamed up with ''[[ComicBook/Batgirl2009 the third Batgirl]]'', Stephanie Brown. They hit it off from the start and often fight together. Kara goes to Steph's aid whenever she needs her, and doesn't put up with people picking on her friend.
** In ''[[ComicBook/SupergirlRebirth DC]] [[ComicBook/BatgirlRebirth Rebirth]]'' crossover "Escape from the Phantom Zone", Kara and Barbara renew their friendship as battling a particularly sadistic Kryptonian MadScientist.
** In ''ComicBook/ElseworldsFinestSupergirlAndBatgirl'', Kara and Barbara are forced to team up. In spite of their differences, both super-heroines manage to work together and become a very effective crime-fighting duo.
--->'''Bruce:''' Two cranky girls take down a pillar of society...
** In the ''DC Universe Holiday Special 2008: A Day Without Sirens'', Oracle and Supergirl [[http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_pScx8BN4h3s/SU-kKYaVUmI/AAAAAAAACGc/LKdSPl0ht34/s1600-h/holiday-09.jpg team up to stop all crimes in Gotham during one day]].
** In ''ComicBook/{{Bizarrogirl}}'', Kara and her Bizarro counterpart team up to defeat the [[PlanetEater godship]] and save Bizarro-World.
* Comicbook/{{New 52}}:
** ComicBook/{{Huntress}} and ComicBook/PowerGirl have this dynamic in the New 52 series ''Worlds' Finest''. Which is a throwback to their original team-ups on pre-Crisis Earth-2. [[spoiler: Batman's daughter, Superman's female cousin]] -- what could be more obvious than that they'd become a team?
** Kara and Terra fought together in Power Girl's book. Usually Kara fights at the forefront as Terra handles group control and attacks from afar with her geokinesis.
* ''ComicBook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy'' has Gamora and Angela, who hit it off after they beat the tar out of each other in their first encounter. They enjoy going on missions together, and generally have each other's backs. There's a bit of a LesYay vibe as well.


[[folder: Fan Works ]]

* ''Fanfic/ACrownOfStars'': During the military campaign to overthrow the warlords ruling the post-[[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt Third Impact]] world Asuka bonded with several of her female comrades like Ching or Misato. They fought effectively in tandem during several battles.
* ''Fanfic/AdviceAndTrust'': Asuka and Rei. When they start to spend time together their bond grows and they learn to fight together more effectively. Also, [[spoiler:Asuka and Hikari. When they fought Zeruel, Hikari was stuck inside Unit 03, and Shinji used her bond with Hikari to move it around and fight.]]
* ''Fanfic/TheChildOfLove'': Asuka and Rei were war mecha pilots and teammates, but due to Asuka being pregnant for most of the history they did not fight a lot together. Still they coordinated their attacks to fight an EldritchAbomination in chapter 3, Asuka came up with a strategy to fight their enemy in chapter 7 and Rei followed it, and in the sequel they fought together [[{{Robeast}} like Arael and Armisael]].
* ''Fanfic/ChildrenOfAnElderGod'': In this crossover Asuka and Rei team up to destroy {{Eldritch Abomination}}s... but not of ''[[Franchise/CthulhuMythos the usual kind]]''.
* ''Fanfic/DoingItRightThisTime'': Asuka and Rei combine it with BattleCouple. In the altered timeline Asuka comes along early and she and Rei start training together (and hooking up with each other AND Shinji) and fighting in tandem. Her first success was taking down Ramiel.
* ''Manga/{{Evangelion 303}}'': The Evas (advanced war planes in this AlternateUniverse) are two-seaters aircrafts. All female pilots are aided by female weapon officers. [[FieryRedhead Asuka]] is Unit-02's pilot and Hikari is her weapons officer. Mari and Kelly pilot other of the war planes together.
* ''Fanfic/{{HERZ}}'': Asuka and Rei were teammates and fought together during the Angel War, but their giant robots were destroyed at the end of the conflict. However the organization HERZ rebuilds Unit-02 and builds a new Unit-00 during the history, and Asuka and Rei face and fight the FinalBattle together (with Shinji).
* ''Fanfic/HigherLearning'': Asuka and Rei were part of a squad of HumongousMecha pilots. Asuka was more focused on physical combat whereas Rei was a sniper, and both had undergone a decade of training. However their teamwork was poor due to their clashing personalities. Then they got a new teacher taught them to open up to others, and their combat effectiveness improved.
* ''Fanfic/LastChildOfKrypton'': Unlike in the original series, Shinji did not become a pilot, so Asuka and Rei fought most of battles together in their war mechas. Asuka also went through a synch training with Rei (instead of Shinji) to fight Israfel coordinately.
* In ''Fanfic/NeonGenesisEvangelionGenocide'', Asuka, Rei and later [[spoiler:Keiko]] are a female combat team.
* ''Fanfic/OnceMoreWithFeeling'': An involuntary but welcome consequence of Shinji meddling with the timeline was Asuka and Rei becoming friends and a better fighting team. As Shinji thought: "And woe to the enemies of humanity if this fragile new friendship grew into the simultaneously awesome and terrible weapon it could become..."
* ''Fanfic/TheOneILoveIs'': Asuka and Rei were part of a team of HumongousMecha pilots. Unfortunately, due to their different personalities and being fighting over the same boy their teamwork was pretty ineffective.
* ''Fanfic/TheSecondTry'': After returning to the past Asuka no loger is jealous of Rei and afraid of being replaced, so they fight together better. They teamed up successfully against [[{{Robeast}} Bardiel]] and fought coordinately against [[EldritchAbomination Zeruel]] (Asuka fought it hand to hand as rei provided cover fire).
* ''Fanfic/SOE2LoneHeirOfKrypton'': In this crossover Asuka and Rei piloted giant robots and fought giant alien monsters together... and in their secret identities of ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'' and ''Comicbook/WonderGirl'' -respectively- they fought some super-villains together, like the Parasite. It was in that battle in which they cooperated and fought back-to-back where Asuka gained a newfound respect by Wonder Girl.
* ''Fanfic/ThousandShinji'': Thanks to Shinji's mentoring in this crossover Asuka and Rei developed a better teamwork and new abilities (the former became a SuperSoldier and the latter a living factory of bio-weapons of mass destruction) turned them into a very dangerous team-up... until Rei tried to seduce Asuka's boyfriend (Shinji). After that point they were angry with each other and their teamwork suffered.
* ''FanFic/{{Atonement}}'': Tether and Vista. After training together for a while they become a very effective combat unit.
* ''Fanfic/{{Intrepid}}'': Emma and Lisa fight together as members of the Undersiders.
* ''Fanfic/{{Wonderful}}'': [[TheCape Taylor]] with [[AntiHero Sophia]] or with [[BashBrothers Emma]] when they fight together. In chapter 13, Taylor and Emma teamed up to save their squad from a tank.
* In ''ComicBook/PowerGirl'' story ''Fanfic/AForceOfFour'', Power Girl and Huntress are a scarily effective crime-fighting duo. Power also fights alongside Fury, Franchise/WonderWoman's daughter.
* In ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer''/''ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}'' crossover ''Fanfic/TheVampireOfSteel'', Buffy and Kara are a surprisingly good fighting team. Supergirl provides the muscle and sheer power and Buffy the fighting skills and expertise to deal with magic-based monsters.
* Misty and Iris seem to be developing this dynamic in ''Fanfic/PokemonResetBloodlines'', as they're often paired together in tournaments.

[[folder: Film ]]

* ''Film/MissCongeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous'' features a TomboyAndGirlyGirl version.
* ''Machine Girl''.
* Averted in the film adaptation of ''ComicBook/{{Whiteout}}'', as ExecutiveMeddling decreed that people wouldn't go to see a movie with two female leads. Which means {{Yuri Fan}}s are going to miss out on some LesYay.
* ''Film/OutrageousFortune''.
* Sara and Maria from ''Film/{{Bandidas}}''.
* The film ''Feds''. Two women: one a badass ex-Marine, the other a [[BrainyBrunette booksmart]] wimp, team up to defy their chauvinist classmates and instructors and become Special Agents of the FBI.
* ''Film/TheHeat'' with the [[spoiler:at first]] emotionally repressed, [[ByTheBookCop by the book]], FBI agent with very good results in getting her man paired with a wild, emotional, PerpSweating, ClusterFBomb using Police Detective who is also good at getting her man.
* The Marias from ''Film/VivaMaria''.
* Louise and Maria at the end of ''Film/TheLegendOfFrenchieKing'', after spending most of it feuding.
* The main characters from ''Film/BlondeInBlackLeather''.


[[folder: Literature ]]

* Creator/MercedesLackey's ''Literature/HeraldsOfValdemar'' books have Tarma and Kethry, a swordswoman and a mage, traveling the country as a team of mercenaries. (Tarma is a celibate priestess and Kethry eventually marries, but their relationship outlasts her marriage when Kethry's husband eventually passes on).
* Despite their [[FurAgainstFang differences]], Angua and Sally of the City Watch appear to be on their way to this trope in the Literature/{{Discworld}} books.
* Literature/NancyDrew, Bess Marvin and George Fayne.
* In the [[Literature/{{Dragaera}} Vlad Taltos]] books, Norathar and Cawti, aka The Sword and Dagger of the Jhereg, were a two-woman assassin team, and for a long time they only had each other to rely on. After their lives changed radically, they continue to be the best of friends. In ''Tiassa'', the two briefly resume their old partnership, to the enjoyment of both.
* The light and dark sisters in Creator/JaneYolen's ''Literature/GreatAltaSaga''. Every light sister calls up a dark sister to be her lifelong companion in battle.
* In ''Literature/TheEchoCaseFiles'', Sara Ramirez and Maggie Tycho.
* In the psycho world of espionage set in ''Literature/{{MARZENA}}'', Marian and Livia are this.

[[folder: Live Action TV ]]
* ''Series/XenaWarriorPrincess'' has the title character and her sidekick Gabrielle, although the {{Subtext}} eventually surfaced.
* ''Series/CagneyAndLacey'', portraying two female police detectives working as partners, pioneered the idea of a female buddy-cop show, sometimes dealing with issues of women in a traditionally male role and environment.
* ''Series/CharliesAngels'' upped the ante by including a [[PowerTrio third girl]]. So did ''Series/SheSpies'', which some consider to be a ''Series/CharliesAngels'' knock-off.
* ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' and ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' usually have an episode a season where the male Rangers get into trouble and the girls become the episode's focus as they team up to bail them out.
** ''Series/TokusouSentaiDekaranger'''s "Twin Cam Angels," Jasmine and Umeko, become this in some episodes (complete with their own special end title.)
** ''Series/PowerRangersRPM'' even named their girl-power episode "The [[DomedHometown Dome]] Dolls".
* Ichiko and Ritsuko in ''Series/MadanSenkiRyukendo''. They mostly served as comic relief, but got a few ADayInTheLimelight moments - including one episode that involved one of the pair falling in love with a member of the show's QuirkyMinibossSquad.
* ''Series/NikkiAndNora'', which despite only having an unaired pilot, has garnered a fanbase. The show was going to be about police partners in New Orleans who were also a closeted [[LesYay lesbian couple]].
* ''Series/RizzoliAndIsles'', which has garnered ''Series/NikkiAndNora'' comparisons for having LesYay subtext in spades.
* While not the main characters of ''Series/DoctorWho'', Vastra and Jenny [[HeroOfAnotherStory count]], given that they're [[InterspeciesRomance interspecies]] lesbian detectives who fight crime in [[UsefulNotes/VictorianBritain Victorian London]]. Eventually, though, [[SixthRanger Strax]] [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy the Sontaran]] joins the group, turning the situation into TwoGirlsAndAGuy.
-->'''Vastra:''' Good evening. I'm a lizard woman from the dawn of time. And this is my wife.
* ''Series/ScottAndBailey'': Janet Scott and Rachel Bailey work for the fictional Manchester Metropolitan Police Major Incident Team in this English series. They are a [[OddCouple chalk & cheese pairing]], rather like a modern-day Cagney & Lacey.

[[folder: Professional Wrestling ]]
* While Jungle Jack and Double Kong ([[Wrestling/FightingOperaHustle and its variants]]) are Wrestling/AjaKong's most successful tag teams, her pairing in Oz Academy with Hiroyo Matsumoto is likely her most successful team that qualifies for this trope. Aja Kong is a [[{{Acrofatic}} large]], [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown often overly brutal]], {{no sell}}ing, {{fac|ial markings}}e painted, {{delinquent hair}}ed, {{trash talk}}ing [[WrestlingMonster monster]] who is also prone to dirty cheats involving folding chairs and nunchucks. Hiroyo Matsumoto is well made up, almost always smiling and much smaller. Her wrestling style is much more traditional and her cheats slide more toward experimental pranks than unfair advantages or intent to cause unnecessary harm.

[[folder: Video Games ]]
* ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}} Imperishable Night'' has the option of playing as four teams of these: [[{{Miko}} Reimu]] and [[RealityWarper Yukari]], [[CuteWitch Marisa]] and [[MarionetteMaster Alice]], [[NinjaMaid Sakuya]] and [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Remilia]], and [[BattleButler Youmu]] and [[CuteGhostGirl Yuyuko]].
* ''VideoGame/FearEffect'' with Hana Tsu-Vachel and Rain Qin, who are the TomboyAndGirlyGirl, respectively. There is a strong implication that they are lovers, and other sources indicate that both of them are attracted to men as well.
* Crystal and Madison in the UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis game ''Trouble Shooter''.
* Chun-Li and Cammy White have a scene like this in the intro for ''Super VideoGame/StreetFighterIV'', then fully embrace the trope in ''VideoGame/StreetFighterXTekken''. They're preceeded by Juni and Juli in ''VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha''.
* Claire Redfield and Moira Burton end up becoming this in ''VideoGame/ResidentEvilRevelations2''.
* Asuka and Hitomi Kaga, the pilots of the [[UsefulNotes/TurboGrafx16 PC Engine]] ShootEmUp ''Burning Angels''. They wear identical {{Stripperiffic}} outfits.
* Bayonetta and Jeanne from ''VideoGame/{{Bayonetta}}'' go from being rivals to being this by the end of the game, with both women willing to go through hell and high water for each other. Hell, in ''VideoGame/Bayonetta2'', Bayonetta goes on an out-and-out ''OrpheanRescue'' after one of her demons goes rogue and Jeanne is DraggedOffToHell.
* In ''VideoGame/AbsoluteDespairGirls'', Komaru Naegi, a friendly but emotionally fragile OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent, and Toko Fukawa, the Ultimate Writing Prodigy who is a SourOutsideSadInside {{loner|s are freaks}} but is stronger than Komaru.

[[folder: Web Comics ]]
* In ''Webcomic/DangerZoneOne'' Reena and Madison are officers with the Pallad City Police Department. Both have been paired up, despite being [[TheyFightCrime polar opposites.]]
* ''Webcomic/LastRes0rt'' has Jigsaw and Daisy as the only girl-girl team on the show so far. There are plenty of other characters they share the spotlight with though.
* Freija and Rachel for a girl-girl partnership in ''Webcomic/TheSenkari'', especially in the first story arc. Later they tend to share screentime more with other characters.
* [[TheGamblingAddict Vriska]] and [[AmoralAttorney Terezi]], the Scourge Sisters from ''{{Webcomic/Homestuck}}''.
* In ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'', Nanase and Ellen [[http://www.egscomics.com/index.php?id=1612 engage in this sort of thing]].
* In ''Webcomic/AgentsOfTheRealm'', Adele and Norah fight the bleeds together during their first two missions before their group morphs into AmazonBrigade.
* ''Webcomic/StarMares'' splits up its unwieldy cast into two-pony teams starting in volume 2: [[TheSpock Wind Whistler]] and [[TheAce Moontear]], [[ActionGirl Cookiecutter]] and [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} Spring Clean]], and [[ChronicHeroSyndrome Gracenote]] and [[ShrinkingViolet Maple Leaf]]. Bonus points for a cameo appearance from the actual [[LightNovel/DirtyPair Lovely Angels]].
* {{Magical Girl}}s Undine and Heartful Punch have become this over the course of ''Webcomic/SleeplessDomain''. The two are a TomboyAndGirlyGirl pair, with HP handling the hands on brawling and Undine handling range and support. After a few nights working together, and Undine training with HP to become stronger, Heartful Punch offers to become an unofficial fighting duo with Undine. This is remarkable as before this point Heartful Punch was well-known InUniverse for [[IWorkAlone preferring to fight solo]].

[[folder: Web Original ]]
* This trope is spoofed in the webseries ''3Way'', with ''Ladycops'', an homage to creator Nancylee Myatt's unaired show ''Nikki & Nora''. The characters in ''Ladycops'' are played by the same actresses from the ''Nikki & Nora'' pilot.

[[folder: Western Animation ]]
* ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' gives off this vibe with Korra and Asami in Book 3, who have more missions together apart from the other members of their team.
* ''WesternAnimation/TotallySpies'' invokes the PowerTrio version of this trope.
* Pre-teen version with the ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'' episode "Operation: M.U.N.C.H.I.E.S.", the only story to focus solely on Numbuhs Three and Five.