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Red on Red Violence 0

The Story So FarBatgirl and Detective McKenna get their pow wow broken up by Batwoman. After some one sided fighting, they sort out who is on which side. Knightfall asks Batgirl to come alone to the Three Towers in exchange for Ricky the car thief. Once Batgirl gets there a fight breaks out with the three hench-ladies. We see that Knightfall has had some coaching from a third party and Batwoman and Det. McKenna come to Batgirl's aid. She then going looking for Knightfall but I don't think she li...

3 out of 4 found this review helpful.

War of the Redheads 0

Batgirl meeting Batwoman was a dream come true for me... I love the New 52 for giving me this!Please read more of my mini-review of Batgirl #12 here: and feedback are always welcome!...

1 out of 2 found this review helpful.

It's Ladies Knight 0

Batgirl vs Batwoman! DC finally remembered Batwoman was part of the "Bat Family", she was absent during The Night of the Owls. The group Knightfall is dealing out their own twisted form of justice. Batgirl is trying to get information on them from rouge cop McKenna, in order to stop them. But unfortunately Batwoman shows ups and crashes the party, literally. We actually got what was promised on the cover, and the fight was awesome. This book has turned around big time! Instead of a villain t...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Bat-CatFight 1

I'm not a big fan of issues that promise a fight between two characters, but have it fizzle out rather quickly. Fighting other heroes due to misunderstandings CAN be done right, last month's Blue Beetle executed it spectacularly. While this one executes the FIGHT ITSELF well, it doesn't do a great job with the importance of it. I LOVE the way Batwoman enters the series, in a GLORIOUS double page spread whose layout really emulates the layouts of J.H. Williams III on Batwoman's solo title. And th...

2 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Batgirl #12 0

THE GOOD: Adrian Syaf is doing an amazing job in this book every month. I really like how he added a little bit of Batwoman into this book with the panels and he did it very good. I like the expressions that he creates for the book and it really adds a lot of emotion to the book as well. I like the backgrounds he does as well. I think the story rapidly improved from the last few issue. I really like it how Gail is sculpting the villains more then she has in past issue. I like seeing that they ar...

1 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Batwoman Vs Batgirl 3

Here is my video review for Batgirl #12. Tell me what you guys think about my video reviews in the comments below:...

5 out of 6 found this review helpful.

The Psychotic Perspective: Batgirl 12 0

Every Time I FailThis is only my second issue of Batgirl since the DCNU started, and I found it to be a very good read.I, like most fans, was annoyed to hear that Barbara would be returning to the role of Batgirl. She played such an amazing role as Oracle that she has probably done more damage than good by returning to the streets and vacating her wheelchair, but though I dislike the editorial move of giving Barbara back the use of her legs, I am delighted that Barbara continues to have excellen...

1 out of 2 found this review helpful.

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