Courtney Whitmore

Fighting Remarkable
Agility Excellent
Strength Typical
Endurance Excellent
Reason Typical
Intuition Good
Psyche Good

Health 76
Karma 26
Resources Typical
Popularity 20




Cosmic Converter Belt
Material Strength: Incredible
Energy Emmision: Remarkabkle
Flight: Poor
Cosmic Staff: Stargirl uses the cosmic staff from Jack Knight (Starman VII )
Material Strength: Unearthly
Energy Blast: Monstrous
Light Emmision: Amazing
Heat Emmision: Monstrous
Gravity Control: Amazing. Allows simulation of flight at Incredible rank
Reflection: Excellent
Personal Force Field: Remarkable


Acrobatics, Martial Arts A C


S.T.R.I.P.E, Justice Society


Courtney Whitmore was a happy go lucky teen who was one of the most popular girls in her Beverly Hills, California high school. Her mother started dating Pat Dugan, a giant of a man and a former Law’s Legionnaire known as Stripesy. Courtney disliked this man from the start and her dislike only grew when Pat and her mom decided to get away from the big city insanity and escape to the small town of Blue Valley, Nebraska.

One day, while sneaking through Pat’s stuff, trying to make something about his past to make his life miserable, she found an old box full of memorabilia. Through the box’s contents she learned that he was Stripesy, sidekick to the J.S.A.’s Star Spangled Kid. She also found the original Kid’s cosmic converter belt and decided she would become the new Star Spangled Kid just to make Pat angry.

Once Courtney started her heroics, she found that she was truly good at being a heroine which only made Pat more frustrated. Thinking that the only way to distract her from being a hero, was to be with her in her new guise, he built a suit of armor to appear as a robot and became a sidekick again. This time, he pretended to be a robot and took on the name S.T.R.I.P.E. As S.T.R.I.P.E., he continuously tries to talk Courtney out of being a super-heroine. Much to his dismay, his pleads only make her want to be the best heroine she can be. Oddly enough, Courtney also tries to get S.T.R.I.P.E. to quit his heroics as much as he tries to stop her.

Eventually, she joined the Justice Society of America and, after being given Starman’s (Jack Knight) gravity rod, changed her identity to Stargirl.

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