Batgirl (comic)

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...

Batgirl #16 review

Hope Larson pushes her Batgirl and Nightwing team up into a new level of mystery as “Summer of Lies” hits its third installment. We’re...

Hope Larson, Chris Wildgoose, and some truths about Batgirl’s “Summer of Lies”

Batman News was granted the opportunity to connect with writer Hope "Sun Hat" Larson and artist Chris "Top Hat" Wildgoose to find out a...

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