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…

Batgirl #33 review

Well okay now! This is more like it! “Enemies and Allies” is part two of a new arc focusing on Batgirl’s attempt to wrangle Knightfall down like an obstreperous calf in the…

Batgirl #32 review

“Deadline Part One: The Razors Under the Floorboards” Batgirl has been a bit all over the place lately. And I’m not referring to Barbara’s ongoing conflict over her relationship with the crime-fighting…

New 52 – Batgirl #31 review

Alysia, Barbara’s roommate, is raiding a corporate building with a small group of activists when they are accosted by the villain known as Ragdoll. Meanwhile, Barbara Gordon is summoned to the hospital…

New 52 – Batgirl Annual #2 review

Batgirl’s 2nd over-sized annual issue is a worthwhile read that does much to develop a classic villain. Writer Gail Simone divides the comic by seasons and through the seasons explores the changing…

New 52 – Batgirl #30 review

Batgirl #30 goes back and forth on whether or not it wants to be an emotional requiem issue for Nightwing or a fun throw-away issue about a monster called The Midnight Man…

New 52 – Batgirl #29 review

Last month, we saw the introduction of a new villain named “Silver” who believed that the Bat-family were vampires and the city was just under some sort of hypnotic delusion that he,…

New 52 – Batgirl #28 review

Batgirl doesn’t bother making a gentle segue from last month’s Gothtopia tie-in to its latest storyline and that will make for an awkward transition when these comics finally go to trade paperback,…

New 52 – Batgirl #27 review

NOTE: I recommend that you read Detective Comics #27 before reading this comic or any review. I’m going to avoid any major spoilers from this issue, but in order to discuss it…