Stephanie Brown

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…

Batgirls #8 review

After dropping Seer off at their door, and promising to help her the Batgirls finish making good on that agreement this month as they…

Batgirls #7 review

Now that Batgirls has wrapped up its first arc, the story is moving forward at a steady pace into its next one. Last issue…

Batgirls #6 review

Batgirls is at the end of its first arc, and what an opening story it’s been. Packed full of new locations, bad guys, and…

Batgirls #5 review

My excitement over Batgirls seems to be dwindling with every issue I pick up. Five issues in and I feel like the plot is…

Batgirls #4 review

With the Batgirls making headway into their investigation into Tutor last issue, will they finally catch him this time around? And what about all…

Robins #4 review

Hey, remember when this was gonna be a book about the Robins getting together, sitting down, and talking about whether or not being Robin…