Though I still have to write out her storyline and figure out powers and things of that nature, I was too excited about the visuals of my character(s) not to share.
First off, here is Dark Artemis:
Named after a Greek goddess who was the protector of young women, Dark Artemis roams the darkened streets in the wee morning hours, helping those normally ignored, forgotten or disregarded…the late night single mother waitresses, strippers, escorts and even prostitutes, those desperate and despised sisters of the night.
Because she protects this segment of the population, her secret identity is one that places her in the center of this dark and desolate world she serves. She hides under the cover of Eris Knights:
Named after the goddess of strife and of discord, Artemis hides her true identity under the guise of a stripper by the name of Eris Knights. From this position she can keep an eye on the young women whom she had devoted her life to protecting, and she can also infiltrate the very industries which perpetuate the suffering and pain of the girls, in an effort to elicit change from the inside out.
And before you ask, yes, I was absolutely inspired by The Dark Knight. I would say that is my absolute heaviest influence. But I didn’t notice what I was doing with the name until it was already done. I’m leaving it, it’s fitting. An homage to Frank Miller, my favorite writer of the semester.