Batgirl And The Birds of Prey #14 is a wonderful introduction to one of DC Comics’ most underrated books.
Stan Lee once said, “Every comic book is someone’s first.” I quote “The Man” in this context because the philosophy that every comic book story should be told with the new reader in mind is so rare these days and that ideal seems to permeate every issue of the DC Rebirth Titans comic. Indeed, the […]
Lilith Clay has one of the most convoluted character paths in all of comics history. If it weren’t for Donna Troy, she’d probably have the strangest backstory of all the Teen Titans. Over the years Lilith has been a practicing witch, a powerful psion and a demigod granted a place on Olympus by Zeus himself! […]
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. […]
Black Canary flies solo in this month’s Batgirl And The Birds Of Prey but logic problems with her backstory keep this story from soaring high.
Superwoman #7 continues to provide some really interesting moments but there are unfortunately many weaknesses that accompany those positive aspects.
Fans of the original Jaime Reyes Blue Beetle series and a non-idiot Ted Kord will be disappointed by this book. New readers will just be confused.