Barbara Gordon

Batgirls #4 review

With the Batgirls making headway into their investigation into Tutor last issue, will they finally catch him this time around? And what about all…

Nightwing #89 review

Nightwing #89 spins a rote murder mystery that serves only to distract from the more engaging moments between Dick Grayson and Jon Kent. This…

Batgirls #3 review

The Batgirls are busy busy busy as they try to settle into their new home, and unravel the many mysteries surrounding them. Last month…

Nightwing #88 review

Nightwing #88 slows down the pace from the previous chapter of the “Get Grayson” arc, which allows Tom Taylor’s script to recalibrate the current…

Batgirls #2 review

With the first issue of Batgirls behind us, I find myself excited to see where this series is going. Issue #1 got the trio…

The Joker #11 review

After a break for backstory last month, this issue gets back to the main plot by diving headfirst into the Sampson family’s motivations and…

Nightwing #87 review

Nightwing #87 features marvelous art dampened slightly by a thin story that is nonetheless tailor fit for the format of the issue. Each page…

Batgirls #1 review

It’s here, one of the titles I’ve been asking for almost since the moment I fell headlong into Batman comics. Batgirls! At long last…

Nightwing #86 review

Nightwing #86 is a fine ending to Tom Taylor and Robbi Rodriguez’s three issue tie-in arc to Fear State even if its final moments…