Batgirl: Endgame #1 review

This Batman: Endgame tie-in gives us the “Battle for the Burnside Bridge” starring Batgirl attempting to rescue a busload of characters trying to escape a hoard of “gigglers”. It all takes place…

Batgirl #40 review

It’s finally time for Barbara Gordon to confront the “Ghost in the Cowl” in this issue, which is the culmination of a story arc that’s been building since the new creative team…

Batgirl #39 review

It’s “Batgirl vs. Burnside” and we get to see our red-haired Girl Wonder chased by an angry mob that includes a baker and a man with a bat full of nails; she…

Batgirl #38 review

The title of this issue is “Likeable” and that’s the crossroads we’re at with this series: is this new Barbara Gordon the least bit likeable? When I read the preview and hit…

Batgirl #37 review

This issue wastes no time throwing the reader into high-stakes circumstances as we see the glamorous BGirl team rampaging through Burnside after a successful robbery, flaunting their stolen goods, and harassing the…

Batgirl #36 review

Last month I promised I would review this book from the perspective of its new intended audience. Just one problem: I’m not sure I quite have a solid grasp of who exactly…

Batgirl #35 review

The title of this book is “Burned” and I guess the $20,000 question is: will you get burned if you buy it? Let’s face it, we’re all bringing a lot of expectations…

Batgirl: Futures End #1 review

One last outing with Gail Simone at the helm, this time 5 years into the future in this Futures End tie-end that is sure to raise more questions than provide answers. Batgirl…

Batgirl #34 review

After providing the voice and adventures for Batgirl since the advent of the New 52, Gail Simone officially ends her tenure with Batgirl with an issue titled (interestingly) “Crash and Burn”. It’s…