Batgirl #35

    Batgirl » Batgirl #35 - Burned released by DC Comics on December 2014.

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    Burned last edited by cbishop on 05/26/18 04:00PM View full history

    Barbara Gordon is no stranger to dusting herself off when disaster strikes… so when a fire destroys everything she owned, she spots the opportunity for a new lease on life — and seizes it! Following the rest of Gotham’s young adults to the hip border district of Burnside, Barbara sets about building an all-new Batgirl… and discovers all-new threats preying on her peers! It’s a re-invention of Batgirl from the boots up, by the incredible creative team of Cameron Stewart (BATMAN INC.), Brenden Fletcher (WEDNESDAY COMICS), and rising star Babs Tarr!



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    HIPSTER-GIRL (Batgirl #35) 0

    (QUICK UNPROFESSIONAL REVIEW)I'm also not sure about this new direction Batgirl is going. This first issue was not bad, but wasn't great either.This is completely different from Gail Simone's run, which I loved. Barbara doesn't even feel like he way she has been in the New 52. This is like a total different character. This could have easily been Steph Brown. DC -_-It's cool that DC is TRYING diversifying their books like Marvel, but it feels forced. I think this new direction will pull in new T...

    8 out of 9 found this review helpful.

    Black Book 0

    This is the only Batgirl issue I've read so I can't say if it feels like the character isn't written quite right like some other people are saying, but I really liked this! The diversity does feel a tiiiny bit forced, but it's nice none the less. LOVE THE ART, and the modern aspect (which I thought I'd hate but it was nice)...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Act Your Age 0

    Every single element of this comic book, from start to finish, from the look to the dialogue to the themes to the tensions, all of it fits Stephanie Brown far better than it does Barbara Gordon. That's something people have been saying ever since Batgirl's costume redesign became public, but I think it was only after BleedingCool leaked those 10 pages of the first issue that it became evident how much of a complete sort of tonal dissonance existed between the kind of person Barbara Gordon is and...

    7 out of 12 found this review helpful.
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