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My daughter wears a shirt that she calls her Supergirl shirt. The character printed on it looks like no version of Supergirl I have seen. See image below.

Judging from the dashing cape and power pose, I assume she's meant to be a superhero. The shirt is secondhand, so if there was ever any copyright information, it's faded away. Web searches for things like pink caped superhero and superhero star s turn up nothing that resembles her.

Is she an actual superheroine with a backstory, comic, and special powers, or just a generic character created for kids' clothing?

pink superhero character

Edit: This is the only labeling I can find. The shirt is a long-sleeve.

shirt label

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    Generic Superhero Girl to the rescue!
    – Valorum
    Feb 15, 2021 at 8:16
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    I have never seen any superheroine remotely looking like this. My guess is generic, to avoid paying license. Feb 15, 2021 at 8:24
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    Agreed - Generic! If you search free supergirl clipart, you get a lot of results that look very similar to this. Couldn't find an exact match but most give off the same vibe.
    – Sensoray
    Feb 15, 2021 at 16:58
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    Unfortunately there's no way to identify the individual through facial features, because of the mask. Feb 15, 2021 at 18:08
  • Can you post the label? Even if it's faded, it might offer some useful info.
    – Valorum
    Feb 27, 2021 at 23:04

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This is part of the PEKKLE range of children's clothing, produced by a company called Group Lemur, Inc. and typically (but not exclusively) sold in Costco.

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This brand uses generic artwork of their own design. It's unlikely that this particular superhero has any backstory, other than offering super low prices.

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