Batgirl Extreme

Some cool wonder women images:

Batgirl Extreme
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Image by JD Hancock
This is the fifth in a series of photos that show two extremely different interpretations of the same DC Comics character.

The figure on the left is Batgirl from the Fisher-Price DC Super Friends line of Little People toys, released in 2011.

The figure on the right is Batgirl from a line of toys from the film Batman and Robin, released in 1997. The costume is based on the one worn by Barbara Wilson, played by Alicia Silverston in the film. The dark armored design is consistent with the Batman films of that time.

Photo seen in Flickr Explore.

See also:

Superman Extreme
Robin Extreme
Wonder Woman Extreme
Green Lantern Extreme
Joker Extreme
Batman Extreme


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Cardboard Wonder Woman
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Image by tempest_fae

Lynda Carter
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Image by Tom Simpson

Batgirl, Wonder Woman, and Batgirl

A few nice wonder women images I found:

Batgirl, Wonder Woman, and Batgirl
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Image by edwick
Suiteheart Cosplay as Redhead Barbara Gordon Batgirl and Blonde Stephanie Brown Batgirl, joined by Queen Helene Cosplay as Wonder Woman.

Queen Helene was another one who was just a complete natural as Wonder Woman, and I’m not just saying that because she stood an inch or two tallre than me (and in flats, yet). Like Valerie Perez, she has the kind of confidence and charisma that Lynda Carter had to make the role work.

Wonder Woman
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Image by The Kozy Shack
Larry & Christine had left a rad "History of Television" 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle, just barely started, out on the dining room table, so we worked on it any time we were at the apartment, and by the end of the weekend we had it licked.
Portland, OR.
7.13.07

Every Channel The Same
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Image by -Jeffrey-
Every time you think television has hit its lowest ebb, a new type program comes along to make you wonder where you thought the ebb was. ~Art Buchwald, "Adding Insult to Injury," Have I Ever Lied to You?, 1966

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