The series premieres October 6, 2011.
Our lovely intern, Jessica did this interview with Karin.
Yes. And it doesn't matter. No one can see you.
Karin: Devil is in the details.
Karin: Go ahead! Ask questions! Sorry, I didn't mean to shout!
You are pretty driven. Do you have hobbies?
Karin: Let the record show that I am 100% a dedicated super hero. I live, eat and breathe super heroism. So while I do some relaxation exercises to ease stress, I do not have hobbies. I don't listen to music, I don't see films, I don't believe in distractions from my sole purpose in life: to be a super hero.
What are three words that describe you?
Karin: Timely. Astute. Fragrant.
Do you feel that there is sexism in the super hero world?
Karin: I'm so glad you asked me this question, Jennifer...
Karin: Right, Jessica. Good for you. Sexism is a paradigm which exists for sure and it's something that females must face. That said, it's not something that I have issues with. I do the best I can at my job and when I'm rescuing someone or defending someone, they don't look at me and say: "Huh, I wonder if that FEMALE shaved her armpits". They look at me as their ally, their savior, serving them at their time in need.
This questions seems to agitate you.
Karin: I certainly don't MEAN to be agitated. It just gets under my skin when people bring this question up. I focus on the work. My work is not measured by my chromosomes or my lady parts. It's measured by merit. All of the rest is immaterial.
Okay...switching it up a bit. What do you hope your legacy will be?
Karin: That is an EXCELLENT question. And can you make sure that EXCELLENT is in all CAPS? I like this question a lot. You're doing a great job, by the way. When people look back in history at what the SuperTwins! have accomplished, I hope they have a broad understanding of everything that we have done to serve the people of New York City. Not because we want fame but because we are doing our job and to the highest of our ability. I take great pride in that. We are not defined by our sex, by our race, our powers, our species or our religion. We are judged by our deeds.