Batgirl #27

    Batgirl » Batgirl #27 - A Healing Curse released by DC Comics on March 2014.

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    A Healing Curse last edited by Darkside_of_the_Sun on 05/14/20 02:49PM View full history

    In this tale tying into “GOTHTOPIA,” what kind of sick world pairs up Batgirl and the woman who tried to kill Jim Gordon — Knightfall?!




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    Batgirl #27 Review and thoughts. 0

    “Give them pleasure. The same pleasure they have when they wake up from a nightmare.”Alfred HitchcockIt’s hard to write an objective review for something I love so much. Batgirl is the only New52 book I never complain about. And i’m a really whinny person. Trust me. Batgirl is my second favorite DC character, not female character, my favorite DC character and this series is the reason. We need a strong “mainstream” female character. Young women need her. Sometimes it’s easier to say something t...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    In a World of Pure Imagination?...Willy Wonka was Right. 0

    An essentially crime-free Gotham paired with The Joker Ice Cream Factory...A Disney-esque Gotham, if you will. Sound too good to be true? In this Gothtopia crossover issue, the red-haired Barbara Gordon commonly known as Batgirl, is in fact the same hero, but donning a costume of pure white with the alias "Bluebell". Her partner? Charise Carnes, known as the cunning mastermind Knightfall, but in this world of ice cream and smiles, "Daybreak". What a fine pair! You know something is seriously of...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Gothtopia Begins For Batgirl!! 0

    This review originally went up on my blog here.Last week DC released Detective Comics #27 an anniversary issue of the series which commemorated the original Detective Comics #27 in which Bat-Man made his first-ever appearance. In this anthology issue was a piece by writer John Layman and artists Jason Fabok and Tomeu Morey in which we saw a very different version of Gotham in which the city is a utopia, with the lowest crime-rate in the entire United States. At the end of the issue there was a ...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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