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|publisher= DC Comics
|url=http://www.comics.org/issue/69291/
}}</ref> Later that year, she appears in Alan Moore's ''Batman: The Killing Joke''. In this graphic novel, the [[Joker (comics)|Joker]] shoots and paralyzes Barbara Gordon in an attempt to drive her father insane, thereby proving to Batman that anyone can be morally compromised. Although events in ''The Killing Joke'' exert a great impact on the character, the story has little to do with her.<ref>{{cite comic|writer=[[Alan Moore]]|artist=[[Brian Bolland]]|title=[[Batman: The Killing Joke]]|date=1988|publisher=DC Comics}}, ISBN 978-0-930289-45-4</ref> She is deployed as a [[plot device]] to cement the Joker’s vendetta against Commissioner Gordon and Batman. In 2006, during an interview with ''[[Wizard (magazine)|Wizard]]'', Moore expressed regret over his treatment of the character calling it "shallow and ill-conceived."<ref name=bitch>{{Dergi kaynağı
|writer=[[Alan Moore]]
|artist=[[Brian Bolland]]
|title=[[Batman: The Killing Joke]]
|date=1988
|publisher= DC Comics
}}, ISBN 978-0-930289-45-4</ref> She is deployed as a [[plot device]] to cement the Joker’s vendetta against Commissioner Gordon and Batman. In 2006, during an interview with ''[[Wizard (magazine)|Wizard]]'', Moore expressed regret over his treatment of the character calling it "shallow and ill-conceived."<ref name=bitch>{{Dergi kaynağı
|author=Cochran, Shannon
|title=The Cold Shoulder: Saving Superheroines from Comic-book Violence
 
==Karakterizasyon==
Batgirl, resmi olarak 1961'deki tanıtımından beri 4 farklı karakter -aynı zamanda 2 tane de hak talep eden- ile hayata geçirilmiştir.
Batgirl has officially been represented by four different characters - and two claimants - beginning with her introduction in 1961.
 
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