Like, oh my god, chick superheroes! And they are, like, as totally dull and shallow as chick superheroes almost always are in Hollywood’s limited imagination. But hey, they look fantabulous — if your idea of fantabulous conforms to a narrow set of phony pop-culture standards — what with all the tight leather and the bared midriffs and the pouty collagen-enhanced lips and the vapid stares. After all, this was a hit on the WB during the 2002-3 TV season, and these adventures of the daughter of Batman and Catwoman, the “metahuman” Huntress (Ashley Scott: Jericho), as she protects New Gotham City after her dad like totally abandoned it — bummer! — are all WB, pandering to a level of adolescent angst that even adolescents would find superficial. Through 13 episodes, Huntress and her so-bitchen roommates — Oracle (Dina Meyer: Saw II), who used to be Batgirl until the Joker tried to kill her and is now a computer expert confined in a wheelchair (bummer!); and Dinah (Rachel Skarsten), who is learning how to use her metahuman skills while going to high school (bummer!) — mope a lot, wallow in self-pity, and once in a while fight crime, which gets conquered pretty darn easily, leaving plenty of time to rescue a baby, fall in love with inappropriate men (all of whom are as screamingly dull as the gals), and have gabfests over fears of committment. I wish it were as funny as it sounds, because then it might be entertaining. Also included in the four-disc set are the unaired pilot and all 30 episodes of the animated Web series Gotham Girls.