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Barbara "Babs" Gordon (also known as Batgirl) or (better known as Barbara Gordon II) is a main character from the DC Super Hero Girls television series. She is Commissioner Gordon’s daughter and a student at Metropolis High School.
Depiction in the series
Barbara and her father move from Gotham City to Metropolis and Babs gets to study at Metropolis High School (which she was enrolled). Her dad gives a homeroom number to her and drives to work. Babs then suspects some of the girls who seem to have superpowers. She enters the school with her schedule on it. At lunch, Babs starts throwing food at Kara, which she was mistaken that Karen was the one who threw food at her. She then throws back to her, in which Jess blocks her by using a food tray but the food hits Zee's hair. After that, Babs declared a food fight and Mr. Chapin interrupted, causing the 5 to go to detention on their first day. Moments later Wonder Woman, who cut class, entered the room. Babs then confirms her suspicions and Diana was impressed since she has never seen anyone other than her be eager in saving the world of man. All of the girls then agreed that they will become Super Heroes and Diana agrees to take lessons in becoming a normal teenager.
Depiction in Super Shorts
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Batgirl is the comedic relief out of all of her friends. She is known to be bubbly, cheerful, upbeat, and downright optimistic. She is the one who wants everyone to get along and is often seen as the "cheerleader" in the group because of her contagious enthusiasm and zest for life. However, she is a fangirl and her ambitious nature makes her destined to be Batman's future sidekick. She is also a creative problem solver and will use her creativity and her surprisingly analytical thinking to stop the bad guys and be the glue in her friendships. She may be dramatic about people not liking Harleen and she dislikes Bruce Wayne. She also likes Grayson (in the comics).
Barbara Gordon has long orange hair, pale white skin, green eyes, and wears a purple hoodie with bat ears and yellow stripes on the sleeves, with a yellow shirt underneath. She also wears dark purple shorts, long socks with white, purple & yellow stripes, with yellow and white shoes.
As Batgirl, she wears a purple Batsuit with yellow gloves, yellow boots, a utility belt, and a yellow bat logo on her chest with her hair showing down.
She has a Batarang, which functions like a Swiss army knife, containing a toothbrush, fork, key, and corkscrew.
She also has a tablet that she watches news on.
She also has grappling hook that she uses to swing to places and uses Batarangs.
- Super awesome superheroness, here we come! -#SweetJustice
- I Missed You SBFF! - #Frenemies
- I tried blaming the burrito, I tried blaming Barry, but I only had one person to blame, myself. - #BackInAFlash
- I am the night, THE EMPLOYEE OF THE NIGHT!! -#BurritoBucket
- Fine, I'll clean up. A bit... - #PackBat
- Batgirl has a similar voice to Twilight Sparkle from My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, another show developed by Lauren Faust.
- Tara Strong, the voice of Batgirl, previously voiced Batgirl for a majority of DC Animated Universe sequences, which included The New Batman Adventures, Batman Of The Future, Gotham Girls, and Super Best Friends Forever (another Lauren Faust series). She continued to voice Batgirl/Barbara Gordon in the Cartoon Network series Beware the Batman, Teen Titans Go!, and voiced her in Batman: The Killing Joke.
- In Living The Nightmare, it is revealed that her biggest fear is sharks.
- She doesn't like Bruce Wayne, but she likes Dick Grayson (In the comics)
- She has mentioned her mother in “From Bat To Worse” and “Dinner for Five“.
- She can speak Spanish, as demonstrated in "Burrito Bucket."
- She has the same age as Harleen, as depicted in Gotham Con, since they were best friends since Grade Two.
- She is the only member of the group that doesn't have superpowers.
- According to IMDb, she has the most appearances in the show to date. (41 appearances out of 50)
- Sweet Justice
- Burrito Bucket
- Meet The Cheetah
- Super Who?
- Shock It To Me
- She Might Be Giant
- Fight At The Museum
- From Bat To Worse
- Crushing It
- Misgiving Tree
- Beasts in Show
- Gotham Con
- DC Super Hero Boys
- Soul Sisters
- Rage Cat
- The Good The Bad and the Bizarre
- Back In a Flash
- Power Surge
- Scrambled Eggs
- Ally Cat
- Dinner for Five
- Living the Nightmare
- All About Zee
- Tween Titans
- Emperor Penguin
- Breaking News
- Crash Course
- League Of Shadows
- House Pest
- The Bird and the Bee (No lines)
- Fantastic Beasts and How To Mind Them
- Awesome Aunt Antiope
- School Ghoul
- Untitled Batgirl Meets Batman episode
- Super Hero Feud
- The Fresh Princess of Ren Faire
- Super Sleeper
- Bat Catcher
- Hamster Con Queso
- Hashtag Frowny Face
- Bat And Switch
- Plight of the Bumblebee
- Faulty Powers
- Pack Bat
- Kara Care
- Silver Scream
- Prize Fighter
- Let Them Eat Pie
- The Slow And The Furious
- Lost And Found (No dialogue)
- Ad Blockers (No lines)
- Artificial Intelligence
- Vanity Insanity (No lines)
- Photo Oops
- Stress Test
- Comic Gone
- Tough Crowd
- Booth Boot
- Sofa So Good
- The Bee Stands Alone
- Veggie Burrito Bucket (Voice only)
- Sucker Punch
- The Commute
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