Batgirl: Year One is a comic book mini-series published by DC Comics in nine parts, from February to October 2003, and then compiled into trade paperback form. Written by Scott Beatty and Chuck Dixon, with art by Marcos Martin and Alvaro Lopez, the mini-series shows how modern Barbara Gordon became the first Batgirl.
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... Several years after the publication of Crisis on Infinite Earths, which permanently altered the history of the DC Comics Universe, the company steadily began to publish mini-series ... Batgirl Year One makes several changes to Barbara Gordon's origin myth in order to reestablish her characterization in the Modern Age ... In the Silver Age origin, Barbara was 21 years old and stood at 5' 11" ...
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