If you are one of the Stephanie Brown fans out there just hating DC's "New 52" and jonesing on seeing Steph back in the cowl, the new fan-made webseries "Batgirl Spoiled" might be relevant to your interests. Based on the Bryan Q. Miller version of the character that ran from 2009-2011, the series picks up where he left off:
"After a close call leading to a falling out with Batman and Oracle, Batgirl goes out on her own to reexamine her place in the Gotham and the world at large. Stephanie spends her days seeking out advice from Gotham's various heros, and her nights patrolling the streets in a seemingly endless battle against crime. All this while attending college, having a social life, and finding time to sleep."
According to the trailer and behind-the-scenes pics on the "Batgirl Spoiled" Facebook page, the series promises to have many familiar faces to Bat-Fans, including Catwoman, Harley Quinn, Batwoman, the Riddler, and even Batman himself:
You just *have* to wonder what those two are talking about in that scene, huh?
You can watch the trailer for "Batgirl Spoiled," starring Marisha Ray as Stephanie Brown, below: