Who’s that alongside Batman saving the people of Gotham City? It’s Batgirl! Barbara Gordon, the daughter of police commissioner James Gordon, who is the iconic masked vigilante out to seek justice for the people of Gotham City. She made her first appearance in DC Comics in 1961 and later in the 1960’s Batman television series starring Yvonne Craig. Bargirl keeps up a similar appearance as Batman does, but with a few tweaks and a more feminine feel. Get the look of the female superhero with this Batgirl costume guide.
Cosplay Batgirl’s look with a Batgirl Costume, Batman Utility Belt, Yellow Boots, Wavy Curly Cosplay Wig, and Batman Foam Bat-A-Rangs. Batgirl is a member of the Terrific Trio and is ready to take on the bad guys looking to overtake Gotham!
Typically superheroes are a popular choice for cosplay, and Batgirl is no exception. She is the female counterpart to the DC Comics superhero Batman. This costume is one that can easily be put together in a short amount of time. Lucky for you, most of the pieces making up Batgirl’s costume can be found in a costume shop! Make sure that the wig is red to match Batgirl’s hair color! The Batgirl Costume suit will give you almost a complete match for this look!
Batgirl can handle dangerous situations on her own, but why not quickly turn this into a group cosplay by going along with a few DC Comics characters. Adding Batman, Robin, or Catwoman to your group will expand your superhero theme! Check out the best superhero costumes for even more cosplay guides. Make sure to send a picture of your costume to be posted to the Batgirl costume gallery.
Batgirl, who we first knew as Barbara Gordon, is the daughter of Gotham City Police Commissioner James Gordon. We all know James Gordon as a friend of Batman and Robin. His daughter would soon become another ally of the Dark Knight. Batgirl came into the picture when James Gordon was in danger. She decided to aid Batman to rescue her father.
James Gordon realized that he is getting too old to be a part of Batman’s adventures, and this is when Barbara first realized she desperately wanted to become Batgirl. So, she dressed up in a mask and cape to assume her newfound alter ego. Even though Batman and Robin didn’t ask for another sidekick, they didn’t have much choice because Batgirl was joining the team whether they liked it or not! Batgirl continued to fight for justice alongside Batman and Robin for years to come in both the comic book series and television show.