I'm almost fifty percent sure nothing could go wrong.
Spoiler, Robin, Batgirl, Steph, Whatever. A Rose by any other name is is just as sweet, or, whatever. I wasn’t really paying attention when we were doing the whole Shakespear thing. I’m just your friendly neighbourhood purple gal, who may or may not punch your lights out. Depends on whether or not you deserve it.
Dear Diary, I know what my next science project is going to be called: "My love/hate relationship with Gravity."
I know stuff about things, and things about stuff, so don’t let the blonde fool you, ok, I’m not a total ditz. I’ve worked with the Batfam (natch), Birds of Prey, Batman INC, Penguin (It’s a long story, I’ll explain later),Teen Titans (suuuuuper briefly) and Selina Kyle. Hopefully this list can grow. Maybe one day I can be in the Birds of Prey, or Justice League. That’d be sweet.
NAME: Stephanie Brown
ALIASES: Spoiler, Robin, Batgirl, Katavi
DATE OF BIRTH: 11th August
PLACE OF BIRTH: Gotham
CURRENT RESIDENCE: Gotham
HAIR COLOR: Blonde
EYE COLOR: Blue
HEIGHT: 5’10” (178cm)
WEIGHT: 140 pounds (63.5kg)
BIRTHMARKS/SCARS: Too Many.
Dislikes: People Who Don’t Like Purple, Or Glitter. Or Waffles.
High School Graduated
College In Progress, Slowly.
Major Forensic Psychology
OCCUPATION: Collage Student/Vigilante
JOB DESCRIPTION: Punch A**holes, Be awesome
EMPLOYER: Batman, I guess?
SKILLSET: Being Awesome
MOTHER: Crystal Brown
FATHER: Arthur Brown
Other Family: Daughter, Put Up For Adoption At Birth
SEXUAL ORIENTATION: Pansexual
PAST RELATIONSHIP(S): Dean, Tim Drake, Quentin Quire
< Stephanie Brown is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics, most common in association with Batman. The character first appeared in Detective Comics #647 (June 1992) and was created by Chuck Dixon and Tom Lyle. The daughter of the criminal Cluemaster, the character originated as the amateur crime-fighter named Spoiler. Later, she briefly became the fourth Robin and the fourth Batgirl. From 2009 to 2011, she was the star of her own ongoing Batgirl comic book series. In 2014, following a company-wide relaunch of all DC Comics titles as the New 52 in 2011, the character returned to the Spoiler identity in Batman Eternal, completely resetting her to the beginning of her crime fighting career. She is the only character to have been both Robin and Batgirl in mainstream continuity.
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