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Huntress (DC)(Post Crisis)(02 - Helena Bertinelli)

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2012-05-11 13:38:51 aaronmoish Alias Huntress (DC) (03 - Helena Bertinelli) Huntress (DC)(Post Crisis)(02 - Helena Bertinelli)
2009-12-05 02:31:19 Cononach Alias Huntress (Helena Bertinelli) Huntress (DC) (03 - Helena Bertinelli)
2008-10-24 03:29:42 Wangerman Notes Helena Bertinelli was actually, briefly, the third person to use the name Batgirl, but only during the No Man's Land story arc. Some sources say that her second name is either Rosa or Janice.

During the fan favourite miniseries "Batman/Huntress: Cry For Blood" it was revealed, that an early encounter with Batman was in fact the inspiration for her dress and activities as a masked vigilante.

Batman once invited her to be a member of the JLA and for some time, she was a respected member of the League and grew more confidence and responsibility but was forced to resign again by Batman, due to being too violent and seeming to be willing to cross the line of killing.

Despite Batman rarely accepting her, other members of the Batman Family share a good relationship with the Huntress, Robin (Tim Drake) for example sometimes teaming up with her. She had brief romantic relationships with Nightwing (Dick Grayson), Arsenal (Roy Harper, aka Red Arrow aka Speedy) and The Question (Vic Sage).

She is now an important core member of the team Birds of Prey.
Helena Bertinelli was actually, briefly, the third person to use the name Batgirl, but only during the No Man's Land story arc.

During the fan favourite miniseries "Batman/Huntress: Cry For Blood" it was revealed, that an early encounter with Batman was in fact the inspiration for her dress and activities as a masked vigilante.
Batman once invited her to be a member of the JLA and for some time, she was a respected member of the League and grew more confidence and responsibility but was forced to resign again by Batman, due to being too violent and seeming to be willing to cross the line of killing.

Despite Batman rarely accepting her, other members of the Batman Family share a good relationship with the Huntress, Robin (Tim Drake) for example sometimes teaming up with her. She had brief romantic relationships with Nightwing (Dick Grayson), Arsenal (Roy Harper, aka Red Arrow aka Speedy) and The Question (Vic Sage).

She is now an important core member of the team Birds of Prey.

Some sources say that her second name is either Rosa or Janice.
2008-10-24 03:25:00 Wangerman Notes Helena Bertinelli was actually, briefly, the third person to use the name Batgirl, but only during the No Man's Land story arc. Some sources say that her second name is either Rosa or Janice.

During the fan favourite miniseries "Batman/Huntress: Cry For Blood" it was revealed, that an early encounter with Batman was in fact the inspiration for her dress and activities as a masked vigilante.
Helena Bertinelli was actually, briefly, the third person to use the name Batgirl, but only during the No Man's Land story arc. Some sources say that her second name is either Rosa or Janice.

During the fan favourite miniseries "Batman/Huntress: Cry For Blood" it was revealed, that an early encounter with Batman was in fact the inspiration for her dress and activities as a masked vigilante.

Batman once invited her to be a member of the JLA and for some time, she was a respected member of the League and grew more confidence and responsibility but was forced to resign again by Batman, due to being too violent and seeming to be willing to cross the line of killing.

Despite Batman rarely accepting her, other members of the Batman Family share a good relationship with the Huntress, Robin (Tim Drake) for example sometimes teaming up with her. She had brief romantic relationships with Nightwing (Dick Grayson), Arsenal (Roy Harper, aka Red Arrow aka Speedy) and The Question (Vic Sage).

She is now an important core member of the team Birds of Prey.
2008-10-24 03:05:27 Wangerman Notes Helena Bertinelli was actually, briefly, the third person to use the name Batgirl, but only during the No Man's Land story arc. Some sources say that her second name is either Rosa or Janice.
During the fan favourite miniseries "Batman/Huntress: Cry For Blood" it was revealed, that an early encounter with Batman was in fact the inspiration for dress and activities as a masked vigilante.
Helena Bertinelli was actually, briefly, the third person to use the name Batgirl, but only during the No Man's Land story arc. Some sources say that her second name is either Rosa or Janice.

During the fan favourite miniseries "Batman/Huntress: Cry For Blood" it was revealed, that an early encounter with Batman was in fact the inspiration for her dress and activities as a masked vigilante.
2008-10-24 03:04:38 Wangerman Notes Helena Bertinelli was actually, briefly, the third person to use the name Batgirl, but only during the No Man's Land story arc. Some sources say that her second name is either Rosa or Janice. During the fan favourite miniseries "Batman/Huntress: Cry For Blood" it was revealed, that an early encounter with Batman was in fact the inspiration for dress and activities as a masked vigilante. Helena Bertinelli was actually, briefly, the third person to use the name Batgirl, but only during the No Man's Land story arc. Some sources say that her second name is either Rosa or Janice.
During the fan favourite miniseries "Batman/Huntress: Cry For Blood" it was revealed, that an early encounter with Batman was in fact the inspiration for dress and activities as a masked vigilante.
2008-10-24 03:00:12 Wangerman Notes Helena Bertinelli was actually, briefly, the third person to use the name Batgirl, but only during the No Man's Land story arc. Some sources say that her second name is either Rosa or Janice. Helena Bertinelli was actually, briefly, the third person to use the name Batgirl, but only during the No Man's Land story arc. Some sources say that her second name is either Rosa or Janice. During the fan favourite miniseries "Batman/Huntress: Cry For Blood" it was revealed, that an early encounter with Batman was in fact the inspiration for dress and activities as a masked vigilante.
2008-10-21 02:29:15 Wangerman Notes Helena Bertinelli was actually, briefly, the third person to use the name Batgirl, but only during the No Man's Land story arc. She changed her name to Huntress in this story so as to make herself more menacing to villains. Some sources say that her second name is either Rosa or Janice. Helena Bertinelli was actually, briefly, the third person to use the name Batgirl, but only during the No Man's Land story arc. Some sources say that her second name is either Rosa or Janice.
2008-05-21 20:15:37 Hoobson Notes Helena Bertinelli was actually, briefly, the third person to use the name Batgirl, but only during the No Man's Land story arc. She changed her name to Huntress in this story so as to make herself more menacing to villains. Helena Bertinelli was actually, briefly, the third person to use the name Batgirl, but only during the No Man's Land story arc. She changed her name to Huntress in this story so as to make herself more menacing to villains. Some sources say that her second name is either Rosa or Janice.
2008-05-14 17:11:18 15peter20 Alias Huntress (03 - Helena Bertinelli) Huntress (Helena Bertinelli)
2008-04-29 02:38:51 ccl080673 Middle Name Janice
2008-04-28 01:03:08 ccl080673 Alias Huntress (Post-Crisis) Huntress (03 - Helena Bertinelli)
2007-09-20 03:57:11 ccl080673 Alias Huntress of the post-Crisis Earth Huntress (Post-Crisis)
2007-04-19 17:48:27 BurningStarIV Notes Was actually, briefly, the 3d person to use the name, Batgirl, but only during the No Man's Land story arc. She changed her name to Huntress in this story so as to make herself more menacing to villains. Helena Bertinelli was actually, briefly, the third person to use the name Batgirl, but only during the No Man's Land story arc. She changed her name to Huntress in this story so as to make herself more menacing to villains.
2006-08-30 17:42:10 DarthSkeptical Alias Huntress (III, post-Crisis, Helena Bertinelli) Huntress of the post-Crisis Earth
2005-12-28 16:19:57 DarthSkeptical Alias Huntress (II, post-Crisis, Helena Bertinelli) Huntress (III, post-Crisis, Helena Bertinelli)
2005-12-28 16:19:57 DarthSkeptical Notes Was actually, briefly, the 3d person to use the name, Batgirl, but only during the No Man's Land story arc. She changed her name to Huntress in this story so as to make herself more menacing to villains.


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