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It's the story you've been waiting for! As Barbara Gordon struggles to find her place in the world, Batgirl and Nightwing collide with the unstoppable force of a train wreck! Will it be sparks flying, or fists for this star-crossed duo? Also, the terrifying Mirror ups the ante in his bizarre war on the citizens of Gotham City! Featuring the eye-popping art of rising superstar Ardian Syaf!

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“What Is It About Redheads?” 0

The title of this review refers to a question Dick asked himself as Barbara starts jumping on rooftops playing tag with him. The question in the title could also refer to "Why are we so addicted to this Batgirl series?". Simple answer to that: Gail Simone knows how to write women with class and depth into their external and eternal conflicts.Plot: Mirror plants a bomb on a train filled with citizens that Batgirl tries to save but fails on her mission. Afterwards she comes across Nightwing and st...

5 out of 6 found this review helpful.

BatFacade 0

I think this is a strange point for the book. BatGirl just witnessed an entire train of people die, I guess she has ben hardened by years as part of the BatFamily, I just don't see it. The stuff with the mirror was good don't get me wrong, however, this seemed to step away from that about half way through. I get it that Barbrat wants to do things on her own and dosn't want the rest of the family getting involved. She just got out of the wheel chair and she wants to prove something. She doesn't w...

4 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Batgirl's Not Adjusting Too Well To Her New Legs #Metaphor 0

The Good: Ardian Syaf's art is still spot-on stellar. This is hands down the best work I've seen from him, the action is cool and dynamic, and the panel layouts are pretty sweet as well. The comedy in this issue is hilarious without ruining any of the serious plot. Mirror's still an interesting guy. As Batgirl describes him, He's beyond empty. Which pretty much describes a mirror itself in a sense. There's just a whole lot that 'works' about this guy, and the big metaphorical middle finger he gi...

5 out of 7 found this review helpful.
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