Saturn Girl is a female comic superhero that features in DC Comics.
Personality and attributes
Powers and abilities
Her powers were those of thought-casting that allowed her to read the minds of other people. The scientists of Saturn who were experts in telepathy taught her to read minds and cast mental commands anywhere. This allowed her to radiate powerful thought-beams that caused any living creature such as animals to follow her mental hypnotic command. (Adventure Comics v1 #247) She could also beam telepathic commands to another person creating an illusion in their mind such as making them see their gun as a snake. (Adventure Comics v1 #267)
- Saturn Girl was created by Otto Binder and Al Plastino where she made her first appearance in Adventure Comics v1 #247 (April, 1958).
In other media
- In the DC Animated Universe, Saturn Girl made several appearances in the shared continuity setting.
- In Superman: The Animated Series, Saturn Girl appeared in the animated television series episode "New Kids In Town" where she was voiced by actor Melissa Joan Hart.
- In Justice League Unlimited, Saturn Girl appeared in a non-voiced role in the animated television series in the episode "Far From Home."
- In the Legion of Super-Heroes, Saturn Girl appeared as a regular character in the animated television series where she was voiced by actor Kari Wahlgren.
- In Smallville, Saturn Girl appeared in the live-action television series in the episode "Legion" where she was portrayed by actress/singer Alexz Johnson.
- In Supergirl, Imra Ardeen appeared in the live-action television series third season which was part of the Arrowverse where she was portrayed by actor Amy Jackson.
- Adventure Comics v1:
- Legion of Super-Heroes:
- Doomsday Clock v1: