Batgirl #4 review

We’re in Part 4 of the “Beyond Burnside” arc and all the elements of the story that Hope Larson has been setting up are coming together. We’ve met Schoolgirl early on, but…

Batgirl #3 review

Barbara Gordon does something in this month’s issue of Batgirl that I’m pretty sure we never saw her do during her Burnside run (and possibly even before Burnside, when she was still…

Batgirl #2 review

Hope Larson looks to be doing some slow-burn setup with this continuation of last month’s “Beyond Burnside”. After making big changes in Batgirl’s rebirth, it feels like she might be playing it…

Batgirl #1 review

The big question everyone is asking: is Hope Larson going to bring Batgirl back to her potential glory? I won’t make you suffer through a whole review to get the answer. The…

Batgirl #52 review

Brenden Fletcher brings this book to a close before Rebirth as Batgirl says bye-bye to Burnside in a finale titled “Turning the Page”. So is it a page turner? Let’s talk about…

Batgirl #51 review

This month’s issue features a sad Babs on the cover with her costume in the trash bin in perhaps what feels like an appropriate commentary on the whole redirection of this comic,…

Batgirl #50 review

This plus-sized issue is 40 pages of Batgirl, but before you get too excited about that, let me just state up front that 7 of those pages are basically pin-ups, 5 of…

Batgirl #49 review

Okay folks! Now we’re cooking with gas. It’s unfortunate that Barbara Gordon needs to be unconscious on a table in order to be interesting in her own comic book (let alone an…

Batgirl #48 review

“Old Friends” brings Black Canary back to the pages of Batgirl, but don’t get too excited. While Dinah may have perked the book up a point the last time we saw her…