Tomorrow Woman

Tomorrow Woman is a fictional character, an artificial lifeform and superhero from DC Comics. She debuted in JLA #5 (May 1997), and was created by Grant Morrison and Howard Porter.

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Tomorrow Woman - Powers and Abilities
... Tomorrow Woman is an artificial life-form with a four-lobed brain, which gives her amazing telepathic and telekinetic powers ... It is unknown what powers Tomorrow Woman possesses after the finale of Trinity, however it can be assumed she retains at the very least some of her power as she was ...
Trinity (comic Book) - Story
... story begins with Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman all experiencing the same dream ... of the Trinity, Enigma will seize Batman's place, Morgaine will take Wonder Woman's, and Despero will usurp Superman's ... the ultimate freedom fighter, with an absolute will and Wonder Woman's message inspires all around her to do what is right to the end ...

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