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The nightmare-inducing brute known as Mirror is destroying the lives of Gotham City citizens seemingly at random, and an explosive confrontation between Batgirl and Mirror leads Babs to question wearing the cape and cowl at all! The riveting adventures of Batgirl continue in stunning fashion, with script by fan-favorite Gail Simone and stellar art by superstar Ardian Syaf!

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Like Barbara On Her New Legs, Batgirl Stumbles, But Doesn't Fall 0

The Good: This cover is even better than the first. It evokes a great sense of suspense, Barbara's overexerted herself, trying too hard with her healed legs without giving them enough of a test run. But even when she's hiding right around the corner, she hasn't lost her spark. She's Batgirl, ready to fight back even if her legs are failing her. On that note, I really like that Barbara isn't just 'healed.' She's not completely better. Here and there we see her get too into her Batgirl role and ov...

9 out of 11 found this review helpful.

End To All Miracles 0

The Story: Batgirl does everything she can to stop the Mirror and find out who he really is. My Thoughts:Gail Simone really turns up the heat in this second issue giving readers a lot to think about. We learn more about this new villain Mirror and we can begin to deduce more about him from the new information given to us. Personally I like him. I think he'll make a pretty cool villain and I hope he'll be around for a while. This issue sort of serves as an origin for him as we learn what happened...

9 out of 11 found this review helpful.

Wanting More 0

Last issue was one of my favorite issues from the New 52. This week, Barbra continues chasing the mysterious mirror. How does this issue feel compared to #1?  THE GOOD: I really like the art. I think that it DC ever wanted to make Gotham feel the same, this is how they should do it. It's very beautiful, but keeps it looking like a comic. The story is where it falls off a bit. I really like hearing Barbra's inner dialog. I also really think the mirror sounds cool, but I just wish we would've got ...

4 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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