Barbara Gordon

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…

Nightwing #85 review

Nightwing #85 spends more time relitigating the past than focusing on the Fear State drama at hand. A Nightwing book in name only, fans…

Batman #113 review

Hey everyone! Batman #113 is here, and it’s got what I know everyone here has been waiting for… More exposition! Buckle up folks, because we’re hacking…

Nightwing #84 review

Nightwing #84 is a skippable, yet breezy enough read for long time fans. Tom Taylor’s script doesn’t spend much time addressing dangling plot threads…

Nightwing #83 review

Nightwing #83 snaps the series back into focus, armed with a great action sequence, tender moments between Dick and others, and an ending that…

Nightwing #82 review

Nightwing #82 makes good on the promise of its cover, spending most of the issue in a flashback showing exactly how Melinda Zucco is…

Nightwing #81 review

Nightwing #81 will likely be remembered for its final page, but before we get to that, I’m glad to report that many of my…

Nightwing #80 review

Nightwing #80 is the strongest issue so far in this run since it actually has some form of forward momentum. I haven’t been in…