Batgirl #13

    Batgirl » Batgirl #13 - A Blade of Memory released by DC Comics on December 2012.

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    A Blade of Memory last edited by Superkitty on 11/12/22 04:27PM View full history

    The epic conclusion to KNIGHTFALL is here! Batgirl clings to life as her greatest adversary unveils her deadly plans for Gotham City.


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    Prologue 0

    I have been reading this series on and off since it started and have really meant to stick with it for a longer period of time. I haven't read an issue since The Night of the Owls crossover and was slightly confused during this issue, so apologies if I say something silly that was mentioned in the previous issues.This issue sees the conclusion to the Batgirl and Knightfall fight, with Knightfall stabing Batgirl and eventually revealing her identity. Whilst this is happening James Gordon Jr. is l...

    5 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    The Psychotic Perspective: Batgirl #13 0

    A Blade of MemoryI've been pleased with Batgirl thus far, but though the series is solid, it is not great. Does issue thirteen move Barbara Gordon to even greater heights, or does this issue continue to be just short of greatness?In this issue, Batgirl has to stop Knightfall despite the fact that she has been deeply stabbed. Also, Knightfall reveals the truth behind her father's murder.More Knightfall Please!Based on the name alone, I was a bit reluctant to accept Knightfall as a serious villain...

    4 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    Trial By Madness 0

    This issue is a bit too early to be a true 'Death of the Family' issue. The only Joker connection is a two page scene at the end, and there were other issues with more than that that weren't given the logo. Plus, this is still the conclusion of the Knightfall story arc.I'm already annoyed when artist's change mid-arc, and the new artist in question is Ed Benes, who can draw just fine, but has a lot of problems as a comic artist. This issue is chock full of close ups, hardly any panel is wide eno...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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