Batgirl #1

    Batgirl » Batgirl #1 - Shattered released by DC Comics on November 2011.

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    Shattered last edited by SaveMeAndy on 09/02/23 09:28AM View full history

    Yes, it's really happening!

    Barbara Gordon is back as Batgirl – and she's going to have to face the city's most horrifying new villains as well as the dark secrets from her past. You won't want to miss this stunning debut issue from fan-favorite BIRDS OF PREY writer Gail Simone!



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    Barbara Gordon has returned at Batgirl!!! 0

         Cover I really enjoyed the cover for this issue. This was the series I was most excited for in the Dc Reboot. When I saw Gail Simone was writing this series and that Barbra was the new Batgirl. I knew this story would be interesting. Story Barbra has healed from the Joker’s home invasion three years ago and now she is able to walk. So, now she is Batgirl but is she ready to be a superhero again? Best Part As much as I was excited for this series I was also scared. I was scared tha...

    14 out of 15 found this review helpful.

    The Most Accessible Batgirl Is Not Wheelchair Accessible 0

    Living up to most people's expectations, Batgirl is another damn good read brought to us by writer Gail Simone with the added bonus of some very appealing art from Adrian Syaf and his art team. But what about that other thing? That controversial thing? Let's just say... expect to enjoy yourself with this issue, but don't expect to be won over.  To begin with, I should clarify where I come down on this issue. There has been so much said and written about it that I will keep it short rather than b...

    11 out of 12 found this review helpful.

    She's ready to stretch her .... everything 0

    So, this is the issue I was MOST excited about this week.   I actually put it off until after reading Action Comics and Detective Comics because I was nervous it wouldn’t live up to my expectations.   Between my love of Batgirl from Batman: The Animated Series and all the love I’ve heard for Gail Simone based on her Birds of Prey writing, I was expecting a lot! Barbara is thinking about what’s happened since The Killing Joke and how her life has been.   Now that she’s cured (or however it is t...

    8 out of 9 found this review helpful.
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