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This Hawkgirl of an alternate dimension is a member of the tyrannical Justice Lord in the Justice League animated series. Like her Justice League counterpart, she has a relationship with John Stewart.

History

Shayera and her counterpart's history were similar until Lex Luthor became president and killed Flash. After Flash was killed, Superman went to the White House and killed Luthor. Sometime later, the Justice Lords took over the Earth and deprive people of their freedom and free speeches. At this point of time, Hawkgirl got rid of her old costume and replaced it with a new one. She retained her relationship with John Stewart, and like him missed the Flash and brooded over his loss.

She and John later helped bust up a protest at a College that was objecting to the Justice Lord's fascist oppression, and later along with their teammates kidnapped the Justice League and tried to do to their world what they had done to theirs before the Justice League freed themselves and defeated them with help from Lex Luthor.

Later, when fused with Brainiac, Luthor created robotic copies of the Justice Lords, including Hawkgirl. The Hawkgirl bot attacked her counterpart, also ripping into her that she was hated by both humans and Thanagarians alike due to her actions during the latter's invasion of Earth. This duplicate was shortly thereafter smashed to bits by Green Lantern John Stewart.

Powers and Abilities

This Hawkgirl possesses the same abilities as her counterpart's, such as the ability to fly, military experience, and carrying around her Nth Metal mace to use in combat.

Trivia

  • In the episode "A Better World", the way this Hawkgirl breaks out of the room that electrified her and her team, reflects on what her counterpart did earlier in said episode.
    • They did break out but were thwarted by both John Steward's.
  • it appears as though the Justice Lord Hawkgirl has trouble fully transitioning to Superman's totalitarian rule, as she tends to questions their actions, still this doesn't stop her from performing her actual duties.