Batgirl (comic)

Batgirl #50 review

Batgirl #50 is an oversized issue, that both finishes off Castelluci's run, and features two extra one shots featuring Batgirl. Each story is written...

Batgirl #49 review

Batgirl #49 dives headfirst into having the Gordons investigate the murder of a Batgirl as well as continues to explore their current, highly dysfunctional,...

Batgirl #48 review

After a confrontation with Joker, Barbara Gordon has to deal with lingering stress over the fight, and figure out what to do now that...

DC cancels several more titles including Teen Titans, Suicide Squad, and Young Justice

Following massive layoffs and company wide restructuring, DC Comics has confirmed the cancellation of several titles including Teen Titans, Young Justice, Suicide Squad, Hawkman,...

Batgirl #47 review

The Joker War comes spinning out of Batman and into the pages of Batgirl this month as Barbara Gordon comes face to face with...

Batgirl #46 review

When last we joined Batgirl she was investigating Dasha Berlova, and had just interrupted an illegal experiment Dasha was performing on kidnapped people, trying...

Batgirl #45 review

After returning from Unearth with a newly healed Jason Bard, Batgirl discovers that people have begun to turn into metallic statues! With Bard at...

Batgirl #44 review

Last month Barbara and Bard found themselves pulled into the world of Unearth. There they were pitted against an unbeatable dragon and told to...

Batgirl #43 review

Batgirl has survived facing off against Oracle, and come out of the fight with a new perspective on how to live life. How will...

Batgirl #42 review

Batgirl has spent the last few issues facing off against an A.I. version of Oracle brought to life by Lex Luthor. This month that...

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