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The Greatest All-Female Superhero Teams & Ensembles 

Chino-Fernandez
Updated May 21, 2019 24.4k views 5 items
Superherodom is still-as male dominated as the real world. That's why in the western world of comics, there are many all-male groups and mixed groups of males and females, but rarely any all-female groups. But they do exist, so here are the few that could be counted at this time. 
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Femforce
Femforce is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list The Greatest All-Female Superhero Teams & Ensembles
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Femforce remains as perhaps the first and one of the few all-female supehero groups in the world of comics. For a while, it seemed that there was no other. The title has a steady following, which ensures its longevity. Femforce continues to have adventures even to this day, churned by small independent publisher AC Comics. 
Birds of Prey is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list The Greatest All-Female Superhero Teams & Ensembles
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Former Batgirl Barbara Gordon developed computer hacking skills and put together a team of superheroes, including Black Canary, Huntress, Lady Blackhawk and more. While some men have guested in the team, the core members of the Birds of Prey are women. 
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All-Female X-Men Team
All-Female X-Men Team is listed (or ranked) 3 on the list The Greatest All-Female Superhero Teams & Ensembles
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To fill the growing clamor for all-female superhero groups, some writers of the X-Men franchise decided to come out with an all-female lineup of the team. The X-Men have had many strong female characters in their ranks, so it seemed appropriate that the girls finally have their own space. 
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Fearless Defenders
Fearless Defenders is listed (or ranked) 4 on the list The Greatest All-Female Superhero Teams & Ensembles
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In the 1970s, Valkyrie had been part of a team called the Defenders. She revived the name and recruited all-female members, the first of them Misty Knight. Sadly, the series was short-lived, canceled after a few months in 2013. Perhaps it was testing the market for Marvel all-female titles.