Batgirl #23

    Batgirl » Batgirl #23 - Here Endeth The Lesson released by DC Comics on September 2011.

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    Here Endeth The Lesson last edited by palsunstar on 06/25/23 09:14PM View full history

    "Screwed" takes on a whole new meaning for Stephanie Brown as The Reapers speed up their nefarious plan, going toe-to-toe with Batgirl in the heart of Blackgate. But who are the Reapers working for, and why? Answers to both those questions and more await Batgirl as "The Lesson" concludes.



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    The head of the Reapers will shock you 0

         Cover I think the best covers in my opinion has to be Batgirl covers. I always loved this series covers and when I have to give an example of a great cover I always mention this series. This cover did not disappoint because it was great and lives up to all the others. Story The Reaper story is coming to an end and Batgirl and some of her friends have to stop them. But the big twist is the ending to see whom exactly the Reapers were trying to release out from jail. Best Part The gir...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    Another well structured issue from a solid creative team. 0

    Perhaps the biggest surprise of the upcoming DC relaunch is the return of Barbara Gordon as Batgirl. While I'm excited about it's potential and the creative team in place for it, it's still sad to see Stephanie Brown's series come to an end. That being said, this is a fun, entertaining issue that sets up the finale with one wild cliffhanger.  Bryan Q. Miller has consistently put together solid issues and this one is no different. I love how he structures his story, starting with a really good a...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    The Beginning of Batgirl's Fitting Farewell 0

    The Good: The cover is beautiful, as per usual from Dustin Nguyen, and Pere Perez continues to do just fine on the interior art.Apparently I'm the only one here who thinks the revelation of the Reaper's 'client' wasn't a last minute decision. I've suspected  SPOILER WARNING: Click here to reveal hidden content.  ever since the Reapers first mentioned their client, and my suspicions were reinforced when Slipstream wasn't allowed to kill Batgirl. They were practically solidified when The Gray Gho...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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