Created by writer Zoila Meneses (or simply Zoila) and artist Rudy V. Villanueva, Super Gee originally ran in the pages of Darna Komiks from 1972 to 73.
The character is best known for having been portrayed by the Superstar of Philippine movies, Nora Aunor, in a 1973 film adaptation.
You can view a chapter of the original komiks serial at Video 48 and more images from the 1973 film at Pelikula, ATBP.
CRIME FIGHTING MAMA
The heroine was revived in a sequel series, Supergee II, which ran from 1987 to 88 in Super Action Komiks (formerly Pocketkomiks), published by Atlas Publishing Co., Inc. Zoila returned as writer, while Romy T. Gamboa took over as artist.
In the sequel, Gigi is a crime-busting millionairess and mother who divides her time between superheroing, tending to her business interests and caring for her family.
MEET THE FAMILY
Gigi's younger brother and the only other person who knows of her secret life. A mechanical genius, he is responsible for Supergee's crime-fighting gadgets.
Gigi's eldest daughter.
Gigi's young son.
Gigi's youngest daughter.
Gigi's husband, the head of a mining company. He is out on business in Africa for the duration of the series.
Robin's classmate, who helps him build a ghost-catching device.
The adventurous daughter of Don Melo Corales, a wealthy plantation owner in Cotabato. After a giant bird (actually an alien spaceship) ravages her father's plantation and abducts several people (including her younger brother), she teams up with Supergee to fight the beings responsible.
An ex-con who wants revenge against Supergee for sending him to jail.
A massive bird-like alien who plans to turn the Earth into an airfield for his people's spaceships.
SUPERGEE RETURNS... OR NOT.
Supergee almost appeared on television in a 2006 episode of the ABS-CBN series Komiks. Starring actress Judy Ann Santos in the title role, the episode had actually been filmed, but was never aired.
In 2009, US-based Filipino artist Dell Barras posted designs he had made for a proposed Supergee revival. You can view the rest of his designs on his blog Sketchpad.