Stephanie Brown

Batgirls #14 review

After a couple issues where the Batgirls were body-swapped the girls have finally returned to their own bodies. With Stephanie still in the hands…

Batgirls #13 review

The Batgirls have found themselves in quite the situation this month. After swapping bodies and being kidnapped by their own parents, just what are…

Batgirls Annual #1 review

It’s time for Batgirls to have its first annual! With more space to tell its story, and an extra issue this month, Batgirls dives…

Batgirls #12 review

Hey folks! Matina is out, so I’ll be handling the Batgirls review this week. I’ll be up front, I haven’t been keeping up with this…

Batman vs. Robin #3 review

Batman vs. Robin #3 runs like clockwork, efficiently setting up an easy to track sequence of events that deliver fun action while also digging…

Batgirls #11 review

The mystery of the Hill Ripper continues in this month’s Batgirls. Their investigation deepens as outside sources give them help and support. Additionally their…

Batman vs. Robin #2 review

Batman vs. Robin #2 delivers a spectacle of exposition, clearly establishing the stakes and motivations of every character. It’s a risky endeavor, but Mahmud…

Batgirls #10 review

Batgirls #10 continues the girl’s investigation into the Hill Ripper and who killed their neighbor. The story feels light and fun, and keeps the…

Batgirls #9 review

Batgirls continues this month with it’s more focused narrative, aiming it’s story at just a few elements rather than trying to tackle everything and…

Catwoman #45 review

Catwoman #45 brings the Bat family into the series in a major way with mixed results. While Selina and Bruce’s on again off again…