Batgirl #1

    Batgirl » Batgirl #1 - Redemption Road, Chapter One: Square One released by DC Comics on September 2008.

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    Redemption Road, Chapter One: Square One last edited by pikahyper on 06/28/20 10:22AM View full history

    Batgirl is on the search for David Cain and Slade Wilson. She fears that she may break her oath to never again take a life. Her investigation leads her to two gun shippers who provide her with the name of a manufacturer, Armand Lester. She later returns to the Batcave to crosscheck the name in the database. Nightwing arrives, and doesn't like the idea of Cassandra having unsupervised access to the Batcomputer. The two briefly spar, but Batman and Robin arrive to break up the fracas. Batman vouches for Cassandra's integrity, but adds that he is constantly monitoring her. Batgirl leaves and continues her personal investigation. Her search brings her to a factory where a costumed woman named Marque is torturing three innocent civilians.

    Fresh from appearances in BATMAN AND THE OUTSIDERS, the enigmatic Cassandra Cain stars in this six-issue miniseries written by Adam Beechen (COUNTDOWN, ROBIN) with pencils by Jim Calafiore (GOTHAM UNDERGROUND)!

    Now that Batgirl has finally gained Batman's trust, it's time to conquer her inner demons and prove herself to the rest of the world. This six-issue epic will take Cassandra on an intense, personal journey involving friends, family and foes!



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    Back in her own series 0

    Cassandra Cain is back as Batgirl and this issue is the the first in her 6 part series back to redemption. The plot is simple Cass is back in Gotham with Batman and Robin but she has done some evil things in the past and Nightwing doesn't trust her. Nor should he, as it is revealed that Cass is still on a mission to kill.Adam Beechen's writing is alright, and uses most of the issue to recap what has happened over the past few years in the life of Cass. Its a good recap, but nothing new to re...

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