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The Female Furies are a group of supervillains in the first generation of the DC Super Hero Girls franchise. They are students at Apokolips Magnet School who are loyal to Darkseid and their leader is Granny Goodness.
Depiction in the web series
In the special Super Hero High, the Female Furies, consisting of Big Barda, Artemiz, Mad Harriet, Stompa and Speed Queen, appear training on Apokolips as Principal Waller shows the boom tubes to Supergirl. When Supergirl tries to use the boom tubes to transfer to Korrugar Academy, Granny Goodness uses them to open a portal for the Furies to invade earth and disables Supergirl with kryptonite. Granny and the Furies take over Super Hero High School using mind control by using a motherbox to corrupt the school's amethyst. The Furies unsuccessfully try to stop Supergirl and Batgirl from managing to disable the mind control with the help of Vice Principal Grodd. The Furies and Granny are subsequently defeated by the school's students. They are then thrown into Belle Reve Penitentiary along with Granny's pet, Perry through the boom tubes by Grodd. In the film Hero of the Year, Big Barda, now a new student at Super Hero High gets confronted by Lady Shiva, who calls her the "lead warrior in the Female Furies".
In Spring Prison Break, Frost recalls a spring break mission for Principal Waller to foil Lashina's plan to break the Furies out of Belle Reve with Katana. With Big Barda's help, they free Brian, a hostage, and defeat Stompa and Mad Harriet, but Lashina escapes. In A Fury Scorned, Lashina succeeds in breaking the Furies out of Belle Reve when she poisons Commissioner Gordon and Hawkgirl and Batgirl choose to find the antidote to save him rather than stop her. In the film, Intergalactic Games, the Granny Goodness and the Furies conspire with Lena Luthor to participate in the Intergalactic Games as Apokolips Magnet School, with the real intent to steal the responsometer to build combat robots. They taunt Big Barda, as a traitor, and participate a food fight at the banquet. They participate in various events and score 180 points by the end of the first day. Later that night, they steal the responsometer using Big Barda's fingerprints, but are discovered by Super Hero High students. In the ensuing fight, the Granny and the Furies almost manage to escape, but are defeated when Big Barda intervenes. They are then disqualified from the Games and sent away in a Metropolis Special Crimes Unit truck.
In Drive Me Crazy, Big Barda mentions that Lashina was the official driver for the Female Furies when her technology classmates offer to teach her how to drive.
In Rolling Blunder, Lashina, Speed Queen and Mad Harriet compete against Super Hero High's Savage Supers roller derby team as the Furies and taunt Big Barda to join Wonder Woman and Batgirl to compete against them. The match breaks out of the gym and onto the Metropolis streets through a construction site where the Furies build a 6-2 lead. When the Furies try to break in to Belle Reve to release the prisoners, Big Barda throws her skates at them, causing them to trip as Batgirl asks if she is ready for round 2. In the second part of My So-Called Anti-Life, Darkseid mentions sending Granny Goodness and the Furies to destroy Earth for several years without success. Mad Harriet and Speed Queen appear in a flashback respectively explaining to Darkseid that the heroes on Earth are too powerful and smart.
Depiction in LEGO Media
In Brain Drain, when Wonder Woman, Supergirl and Batgirl return to the Hero Ball stadium, Lashina, Mad Harriet and Artemiz challenge them to another match due to the events of the previous day when they were brainwashed. Lashina "raises the stakes" by proposing that if the Furies win, they get to go to Super Hero High School if they win, and that they'll leave Earth for good if they loose. Wonder Woman, Supergirl and Batgirl are able to beat them yet again however, and Lashina gives them another Motherbox before she departures with Mad Harriet and Artemiz. Lena Luthor, frustrated by them misunderstanding her instructions, abandons them in 80's New Jersey.
In Showdown, Lashina, Mad Harriet and Artemiz reappear again when Wonder Woman fights them to get back an envelope they stole from Principal Waller's safe. Katana later joins Wonder Woman, figuring she needed "a slice of help", and together, the two defeat the Furies. It is revealed that inside the envelope was a ticket to an Opposite Direction concert.
Depiction in comics
In Summer Olympus, Wonder Woman mentions the Female Furies when she inquires if they and any other villains are in custody. Supergirl confirms to her that "all known villains in Metropolis are accounted for", implying that they are in prison.
In Spaced Out, Big Barda recalls the first time she went into space, in which Granny Goodness ordered the Female Furies to raid a fleet and their ship was hit by a missile. Barda later admits that one of her fears is that Granny Goodness will trick her into returning to the Female Furies.
- Lashina does not appear alongside the rest of her team mates when they were initially taking over Super Hero High. Instead, she appears in season 3, helping them escape from Belle Reve.
- Artemiz, Lashina and Mad Harriet are the only Female Furies to appear in LEGO DC Super Hero Girls media.