-Cassandra Cain is the fourth Batgirl. Born with the assassins David Cain and Lady Shiva as her parents, she was trained to become the perfect warrior. Her father deprived her of speech so she would learn movement and physicality as her first language. Batman adopted her into the Batman Family during No Man's Land, to replace Helena Bertinelli as Batgirl. Cassandra would eventually turn her Batgirl costume over to Stephanie Brown, and become a member of Batman Incorporated as Black Bat.
-Stephanie Brown was born the daughter of the Cluemaster, one of Gotham City's third-rate villains. Stephanie's father spent most of her childhood in prison or away from the family. Though he claimed to be "rehabilitated" upon his return to Gotham, Stephanie was furious to discover that he was actually returning to crime without his need to leave clues behind. She decided something needed to be done. Stephanie tailored a costume for herself, and called herself the Spoiler.
-Barbara Gordon was born the daughter of Roger C. Gordon and his wife Thelma in the suburbs of Ohio. Even as a young girl, Barbara wanted nothing more than to be a super-hero. Her best friend Marcy and she would spend endless hours designing super-hero costumes and heroic identities for themselves. At this precocious age, the seeds of Barbara's future crime-fighting career began to foment.
-Kate Kane, a lesbian expelled from West Point. Like her Golden Age counterpart, Kate Kane's Batwoman is a wealthy socialite and has a sidekick; her cousin and former Teen Titan Flamebird. She has been involved with the Batman Family, Batman Incorporated, the Female Furies and Spyder.
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Why is it that they all have massive tits? And why are there actually multiple versions of the same character?
This is why I prefer manga and anime over comics - it has consistency and the plot moves only forward. Not like in comics where there are multiple universes and most of the story lines in the same universe are barely connected.0