OK, so some people might say this is cheating but I am skipping Day 3 and 4 because i tried to do 24 hour Comic Day on the 3rd and 4th days of the month. I failed and only got 12 pages drawn, 8 of those got inked and lettered by me, so it wasn't a total bust. I learned a bit. I know where I need to improve and focus in the future. So eventually I will post a couple of pages of that work to complete the 31 days of Inktober, but for now you get Strength.
Strength is not this character's name. I forget her name. She never had a superhero code name though, just a regular identity that I can't remember. She comes from the same universe as Masquerade and Fool, and is in possession of Regalia of her own. She has the Tunic and Gauntlets of Strength. This gives her enhanced toughness and great strength. I'm not sure of er actual power level, I want her to have impenetrable skin, but blunt trauma is still a thing for her. She would still be resistant to everything, but the Tunic primarily protects against wounds that would draw blood. Her level of strength is more defined I think, she can pick up and move small compact cars; VW bugs, a Jetta, maybe a Prius, though I honestly don't know if all of those cars have similar weights. She won't be able to throw cars, just lift and move them. So somewhere under Power-Man, maybe on par with Spider-Man...though I think I've seen Spidey throw cars.
I haven't drawn this character in several years. She actually got a costume redesign for this image, other characters I will be drawing for Inktober have adopted her old style of dress so Strength got an update. Seeing this character again also reminded me I don't have a lot of diversity in my characters. I'm not surprised, I'm a white guy raised in a white suburban America. Most of these characters are extensions of me and my view of the world, so they are going to skew a certain way. I don't think this is a bad thing since I recognize the reason.