Batgirl (comic)

Batgirl Annual #2 review

Mairghread Scott has come out swinging for the backfield with her work on Batgirl in the last couple of weeks.  With a sensational start...

Batgirl #26 review

I am calling this review “10 Things I Love about this Batgirl Comic”. The story is “Art of Crime” and it’s the continuation of...

Batgirl #25 review

There are four stories in this extra-long anniversary issue, and not a dud among them!  As deals go, this is a good one, with...

Batgirl #24 review

I have to admit up front that any book in which Jim Gordon makes an appearance almost always gets at least a .5 boost...

Batgirl #23 review

The “Strange Loop” closes out this era of Batgirl with slightly more whimper than bang, but this was nevertheless a satisfying conclusion (both to...

Batgirl #22 review

With a title like “Strange Loop” I can only hope that writer Hope Larson isn’t planning to Ground Hog day us with this closing...

Batgirl #21 review

This comic book has problems, but I don’t care and I’m giving it a relatively high score because it was just such a fun...

Batgirl #20 review

Shots are fired!  Hope Larson gives us a solid issue in which Batgirl struggles to solve a technological mystery while also facing a failure...

Batgirl #19 review

Hope Larson brings winter to Burnside/Gotham in this first part of a new arc titled “Cold Snap” that features our polar pal the Penguin--someone...

Batgirl #18 review

I love saccharin Christmas comic book stories--you know, those one-and-done tales of peace on earth and good will featuring superheroes doing good deeds for...