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…

New 52 – Batgirl #26 review

Say what you will about the hard-to-swallow motivations of some of the characters and the sporadic release schedule of this arc, but the covers for Batgirl: Wanted have been breath-taking and issue…

New 52 – Batgirl #25 review

Wait, this was $3.99? I actually had to flip back through this one to see if there was extra content because it certainly felt like the average $2.99 length and it definitely…

New 52 – Batgirl #24 review

Batgirl is a dark comic where a variety of awful things happen to our heroine in every issue, but no installment was as brutal as part one of Batgirl: Wanted. In that…