When you think of a daring duo damsels, fast female friends, no doubt Supergirl and Batgirl or Power Girl and Huntress or Wonder Woman and Black Canary may come to mind. Such a bond was developed between the premier heroines of Earth-S during the golden age, Mary Marvel and Bulletgirl. Although they had apparently previously met prior to this encounter, it was during Mary's graduation ceremony that these fabulous females finally teamed up... without the male counterparts. And they had two of Bulletgirl's oldest foes to contend with, the Weeper and Mister Riddle, their world's Joker and Riddler. No worries, though, for Mary's superhuman powers and Susan Barr's gravity regulator helmet more than compensated for the scheming of these sinister scumbags. Not to mention their similar red and yellow color schemes which made them aesthetically pleasing side-by-side.
While Bulletgirl never really had a chance to shine solo like Mary, she still proved an enduring heroine much as had the Hawkgirls, perfectly complementing their husbands in high-flying adventures showing a determined disposition while smoothing out the rougher edges of their guys. As for Mary, although always in the shadow of her more famous twin brother Billy's marvelous alias, she still had a notable career protecting the suburbs of his hometown Fawcett City. And these gals would pickup where they left of in the 1970's after they were freed, along with Captain Marvel, Bulletman and other captives of Doctor Sivana's Suspendium. Perserved young for decades due to this, they melded into a new era where women gained man's respect.