Batgirl And The Birds of Prey #14 is a wonderful introduction to one of DC Comics’ most underrated books.
A blast from the past unites Nightwing and Batgirl on a new case, as we finally learn the untold tale of how Dick Grayson and Barbara Gordon first met.
When Barbara Gordon discovered that her hacker handle of Oracle had been co-opted by a computer geek/Batgirl fanboy named Gus who was trying (albeit sloppily) to take her place as the hero The Dark Web deserved, she decided to give him the benefit of the doubt and offer him a chance to help her out. […]
The Killing Joke tries to expand upon the comic that inspired it and fails to entertain on nearly every single level, both artistic and technical.
Written by KYLE HIGGINS Art by TREVOR McCARTHY Colors by GUY MAJOR / Letters by WES ABBOTT Breaking off from the main story, Nightwing #4 is a one-and-done story featuring Batgirl, a shape shifting microchip thief, and Trevor McCarthy on art. Dick is with Raya, his childhood crush, in the circus train in Miami. They’re talking […]
Written by GAIL SIMONE Art by ARDIAN SYAF & VICENTE CIFUENTES Colors by ULISES ARREOLA / Letters by DAVID SHARPE It was bound to happen eventually. It’s the first appearance of Nightwing in this Batgirl series and it’s got just as much drama and snark as I could have hoped for.The issue picks up right where […]
Written by GAIL SIMONE / Art by ARDIAN SYAF & VICENTE CIFUENTES Colors by ULISES ARREOLA / Letters by DAVE SHARPE Gail Simone’s Batgirl may be one of the most engaging narratives that have come out of the new 52. Simone’s use of inner monologue for Batgirl is a good show of her character, being […]
Written by GAIL SIMONE / Art by ARDIAN SYAF & VICENTE CIFUENTES Colors by ULISES ARREOLA / Letters by DAVE SHARPE If you’ve been following the relaunch for the past few months, you know that this book has been in the spotlight due to the controversy attached to Barbara Gordon returning to the role of […]