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19th Feb '18 8:24:32 AM Molly_Hats
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Post-Flashpoint, Wendy has not officially appeared, although the Prime Earth version of Noah Kuttler has unnamed children who may be Wendy and Marvin.

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Post-Flashpoint, Wendy has not officially appeared, although the Prime Earth version of Noah Kuttler has unnamed and Marvin appeared as young children who may be Wendy in Batgirl and Marvin.
the Birds of Prey, when they were used as hostages against their father.
17th Feb '18 12:37:26 PM nombretomado
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** In PostCrisis continuity, it's implied he knows right from [[ComicBook/BatmanYearOne the beginning]]. After an unmasked Batman saves Jim's baby, Gordon makes the point that he's [[BlindWithoutEm practically blind without his glasses]] even though he's [[BlatantLies only three feet away]].

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** In PostCrisis ComicBook/PostCrisis continuity, it's implied he knows right from [[ComicBook/BatmanYearOne the beginning]]. After an unmasked Batman saves Jim's baby, Gordon makes the point that he's [[BlindWithoutEm practically blind without his glasses]] even though he's [[BlatantLies only three feet away]].
17th Feb '18 12:26:51 PM nombretomado
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What with being a blatant {{Plagiarism}} of the Franchise/{{Superman}} comic books who appeared primarily during Batman's DorkAge in UsefulNotes/TheInterregnum, Vicki seldom shows up today. She disappeared in 1963, resurfaced in 1977 (and was promptly forgotten by the editors), and finally resumed love interest status in TheEighties...right before the ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths wiped her history from existence. ComicBook/PostCrisis, her appearances are primarily limited to [[TheCameo the occasional cameo]]. She's done better in alternate continuities and media, having featured in ''ComicBook/AllStarBatmanAndRobinTheBoyWonder'', [[Film/{{Batman}} the 1989 film]] (in which she was intended to be 1970s love interest Silver St. Cloud, whose name was deemed too silly), and ''[[WesternAnimation/TheBatman The Batman vs Dracula]]''. She also has an {{Expy}} in the form of [[WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries Summer Gleeson]].

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What with being a blatant {{Plagiarism}} {{UsefulNotes/Plagiarism}} of the Franchise/{{Superman}} comic books who appeared primarily during Batman's DorkAge in UsefulNotes/TheInterregnum, Vicki seldom shows up today. She disappeared in 1963, resurfaced in 1977 (and was promptly forgotten by the editors), and finally resumed love interest status in TheEighties...right before the ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths wiped her history from existence. ComicBook/PostCrisis, her appearances are primarily limited to [[TheCameo the occasional cameo]]. She's done better in alternate continuities and media, having featured in ''ComicBook/AllStarBatmanAndRobinTheBoyWonder'', [[Film/{{Batman}} the 1989 film]] (in which she was intended to be 1970s love interest Silver St. Cloud, whose name was deemed too silly), and ''[[WesternAnimation/TheBatman The Batman vs Dracula]]''. She also has an {{Expy}} in the form of [[WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries Summer Gleeson]].
7th Feb '18 1:44:53 PM reppuzan
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* KnightsWhoSaySquee: She's absolutely giddy to meet Superman and is touched when he compliments her on her choice to turn away from the life of an assassin like Nobody.



* NiceGirl: Despite her family and previous profession, she's actually surprisingly nice to everyone. Jon Kent, himself a NiceGuy, even notes it.

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* NiceGirl: Despite her family and previous profession, she's actually surprisingly nice to everyone. [[ComicBook/{{Superboy}} Jon Kent, Kent]], himself a NiceGuy, even notes it.it.
* OutOfFocus: Despite being one of Damian's closest associates in the ''ComicBook/New52'' and ''ComicBook/DCRebirth'' continuities, she's rarely ever brought up outside of her debut in ''ComicBook/RobinSonOfBatman'', with her appearance in ''[[ComicBook/SupermanRebirth Superman #10]]'' being a complete surprise.
6th Feb '18 9:14:54 AM Molly_Hats
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6th Feb '18 9:14:21 AM Molly_Hats
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* AngstySurvivingTwin: Struggles with survivor's guilt and loneliness after the death of Marvin.
* DarkerAndEdgier: Her new backstory has her and her brother attacked by Wonderdog, whereas in WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}} she and Marvin were happy-go-lucky kid sidekicks alongside Wonderdog.
* HandicappedBadass: In the vein of her mentor, Oracle.
6th Feb '18 8:53:14 AM Molly_Hats
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[[folder:Proxy (Wendy White)]]
Based on the character of Wendy from ''WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}}'', Wendy's comic book incarnation is somewhat different. Wendy and her twin brother Marvin ran away from home to fight their father, the supervillain known as the Calculator. They joined the Teen Titans, rebuilding Cyborg together using the knowledge they obtained as young students at MIT. However, a savage attack by Wonderdog left Marvin dead and Wendy comatose.

Their father tried to use the Anti-Life Equation to save her life, but [[Characters/{{Batgirl}} Oracle]] prevented him from using it. Wendy woke up and discovered that she was paralyzed from the waist down.

At the start of Stephanie Brown's Batgirl run, Leslie Thompkins encouraged Barbara Gordon to take a mentoring role toward Wendy. Eventually, Barbara let Wendy into the Firewall, Oracle and Batgirl's base of operations. She assisted Stephanie Brown in an Oracle-like role, dubbing herself Proxy.

Post-Flashpoint, Wendy has not officially appeared, although the Prime Earth version of Noah Kuttler has unnamed children who may be Wendy and Marvin.

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29th Jan '18 9:07:07 PM nombretomado
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Batman's #1 fan, who is actually an imp from the fifth dimension with magic powers. Technically a hero, but he often ends up causing more harm than good. Sometimes gets into fights with Mr. Mxyzptlk, a Franchise/{{Superman}} villain of the same species. He vanished at the dawn of the more "realistic" [[UsefulNotes/TheBronzeAgeOfComicBooks Bronze Age]], but his existence was eventually reestablished in the ModernAge in the ''ComicBook/SupermanBatman'' story, "With a Vengeance". However, the state of his existence has been rather ambiguous since his return, with him both being described as a figment of Batman's imagination and an imp from the fifth dimension, which isn't helped by Creator/GrantMorrison saying that imagination is the fifth dimension. However, some appearances have had him appearing whenever Batman loses his grip on reality, so it's entirely possible he appears during those times to mess with him.

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Batman's #1 fan, who is actually an imp from the fifth dimension with magic powers. Technically a hero, but he often ends up causing more harm than good. Sometimes gets into fights with Mr. Mxyzptlk, a Franchise/{{Superman}} villain of the same species. He vanished at the dawn of the more "realistic" [[UsefulNotes/TheBronzeAgeOfComicBooks Bronze Age]], but his existence was eventually reestablished in the ModernAge UsefulNotes/{{the Modern Age|of Comic Books}} in the ''ComicBook/SupermanBatman'' story, "With a Vengeance". However, the state of his existence has been rather ambiguous since his return, with him both being described as a figment of Batman's imagination and an imp from the fifth dimension, which isn't helped by Creator/GrantMorrison saying that imagination is the fifth dimension. However, some appearances have had him appearing whenever Batman loses his grip on reality, so it's entirely possible he appears during those times to mess with him.
27th Jan '18 10:23:57 AM reppuzan
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* BadassBiker: Damian buys and builds a bike for Colin as well as a garage to store it in. Part of this was to solidify Colin as a potential ally. [[PetTheDog The other part of this was a simple thank you for helping him.]]
19th Jan '18 11:41:49 AM trixus
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* MinoredInAsskicking: During the riot in ''ComicBook/ArkhamAsylumLivingHell'', Jeremiah almost single-handedly stop the inmate riot by shooting Killer Croc with a dart gun and ordering the staff to use the sleeping gas contingency. If it wasn't from the demons showing up he would have taken control of the situation.


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* BadassNormal: Demons says that he has the soul of a champion. It's all he needs to wipe the floor with plenty of inmates
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