The Llorona is not evil, but rather a cursed soul. She is never depicted wearing black in the Hispanic culture, rather she is dress in white. They are elements of the Earth Mother Tonantzin and the Virgin Mary, in the Ave-Eva continuum that exists in the Hispanic Culture.
Recently, La Llorona played an important part in Batwoman. I was worried that she would not be depicted in a good light. She was portrayed as a cursed woman, wearing white, and in the end, she let go of the children. J.H. Williams II and W. Haden Blackman did a superb job on her depiction. I am glad that J.H. Williams III and Blackman were sensitive to the Hispanic Culture and its beloved legend. It could have been disastrous and made her look like Elvira. Williams art is really beautiful and haunting. The story has me captivated, and the splash pages, pun intended, were breathtaking, another pun.