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* NewspaperDating: In a NightmareSequence in #22, Ms. Victory finds herself in New York City. She checks a newspaper on a newsstand and sees it is 1937, a few years before she gained her powers.

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* GruesomeGoat: Capricorn is an extra-dimensional MadGod[=/=]GodOfEvil who looks like a giant humanoid goat and requires human souls for sustenance.


* AmazonBrigade: Femforce itself.

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* AmazonBrigade: Femforce itself. And its LegionOfDoom counterpart Fearforce.

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** She-Cat is based on ComicBook/HarveyComicsBlackCat.

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** She-Cat is based on ComicBook/HarveyComicsBlackCat.[[ComicBook/BlackCatHarveyComics Harvey Comics' Black Cat]].

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* LegionOfDoom: Fearforce, a supervillain team comprised of several of Femforce's greatest foes: Darkfire, Gorgana, Krone, Proxima, and Valkyra.


* CaptainPatriotic: Miss Victory and Yankee Girl

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* CaptainPatriotic: Miss Victory and Yankee GirlGirl.


* DeadlyGas: In ''The Untold Origin of Femforce'', the villainous PlantPerson (and ally of the Nazis) Fungi launches a poison gas attack on an army camp just outside of Washington, D.C., using toxic spores known as 'Green Mist'. It is this attack that brings the founding members of Femforce together for the first time.



* PoisonGas: In ''The Untold Origin of Femforce'', the villainous PlantPerson (and ally of the Nazis) Fungi launches a poison gas attack on an army camp just outside of Washington, D.C., using toxic spores known as 'Green Mist'. It is this attack that brings the founding members of Femforce together for the first time.

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* PoisonGas: In ''The Untold Origin of Femforce'', the villainous PlantPerson (and ally of the Nazis) Fungi launches a poison gas attack on an army camp just outside of Washington, D.C., using toxic spores known as 'Green Mist'. It is this attack that brings the founding members of Femforce together for the first time.

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* OutsideRide: In ''The Untold Origin of Femforce'', She-Cat escapes from a crashing airliner by leaping from the plummeting plane on to the top of the Nazi zeppelin that had just shot it down, and clinging to the envelope until it lands.


* WolverineClaws: She-Cat's nails extaend into talons. Her gloves and boots are adapted to allow for this.

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* WolverineClaws: She-Cat's nails extaend extend into talons. Her gloves and boots are adapted to allow for this.

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* WolverineClaws: She-Cat's nails extaend into talons. Her gloves and boots are adapted to allow for this.


* ShooOutTheNewGuy: Thunderfox was introduced with much fanfare, but appeared in only eight issues before disappearing. The explanation occured five issues after her last appearance, telling us that her 'book' was cancelled.

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* ShooOutTheNewGuy: Thunderfox was introduced with much fanfare, but appeared in only eight issues before disappearing. The explanation occured occurred five issues after her last appearance, telling us that her 'book' was cancelled.


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* StarSpangledSpandex: The lining of Nightveil's magical Cloak of Darkness--an item of cosmic power--is a star field.

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* ClothesMakeTheManiac: Nightveil's powers are connected to her Cloak of Darkness, an inherently evil magical artifact. While this makes her arguably among the most powerful beings on earth, Laura must constantly struggle to keep the evil influence of her Cloak in check. She is at times insecure in her own ability to do so and is disturbed by the possibility that the Cloak may already be corrupting her in some way.


* SpyCatsuit: Dragonfly and Jet Girl both wear skintight bodysuits. Dragonfly's is black with a white chest insignia, while Jet Girl's is gold, which limits its usefulness of actual stealth.

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* SpyCatsuit: Dragonfly and Jet Girl both wear skintight bodysuits. Dragonfly's is black with a white chest insignia, while Jet Girl's is gold, which limits its usefulness of for actual stealth.

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