stamps's Batgirl #10 - The Flood, Part 2 review

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Humor, Horror and the Occasional Corpse

The Good

This issue continues the AWESOME storyline set up by the previous issue. (#9) We haven’t really seen this fun of a storyline in this titles first few issues. Hopefully this level of storytelling will continue on in the book for issues to come.

This ending/cliffhanger is a great and makes you impatient for next month’s issue

The art in this issue complements the story quite well also.

The Bad

This is part 2 of the story arc so if you haven’t bought the issue that preceded this one you are going to be a little lost. That’s the only drawback I can even remotely think of.


The book mixes amusement, horror and a deep overall storyline all together in this issue. Thankfully this seems to show that the title is gaining steadier legs. If you aren’t buying this book, get up, go to your local comic shop, and grab this issue and the one that preceded it. It’s just an all around good time. You’ll have a blast reading it; I did.


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