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POSTED BY Craig George ON April 26, 2011 Add Comments
With a flashback to the last university semester 'Batgirl: The Lesson' continues and concludes with the second part of a two-part story-arc entitled, somewhat ambiguously perhaps, 'Tunnel Vision'.
First at Gotham University, then the Theta-Kappa-Gamma house, and finally a fast food restaurant we witness a student making his way through his academic life with as little effort as possible before, somewhat out of the blue, he receives an email that could just give the student some direction and focus.
Fast-forward to present day and we discover that the young…
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POSTED BY Austen Beattie ON March 15, 2011 Add Comments
Let’s just start things off with the usual “A day late and a dollar short” banter, yes I know this review is a couple of weeks behind the issues release, and my reviews have been coming out later and later. Hopefully, things will get to a proper schedule when the next issue of Red Robin comes out, cause it’s a new storyline, and chances are, I may enjoy the book again. But this isn’t Red Robin, no, it’s the Teen Titans. Yes, it’s part…
Tags: barry allen, batman: the return of bruce wayne, birds of prey, blackest night: titans, buffy the vampire slayer, calculator, cassandra sandsmark, conner kent, damian wayne, dark horse, dick grayson, doom patrol, flash, gail simone, geoff johns, georges jeanty, gotham city, green arrow, green lantern, jt krul, marvin harris, nicola scott, oracle, red robin, robin, sean mckeever, secret six, teen titans, tim drake, wonder dog, wonder girl, wonder twins, wonder woman
POSTED BY Craig George ON November 18, 2009 Add Comments
Batgirl is possibly the book I'm enjoying more than any other at the moment – perhaps the storyline hasn't so far pulled up any trees but the writing, and particularly the dialogue, feels fresh and fun while the artwork and page composition is clean, rich and imaginative – very much to my own tastes.
I'll admit to feeling a bit puzzled when I saw the cover of this issue – 'Meet the New Batgirl!' it proclaimed as we were reintroduced to Stephanie Brown in her new Batgirl costume….
Tags: barbara gordon, batgirl, bryan q miller, buffy the vampire slayer, cassandra cain, jim gordon, joss whedon, lee garbett, livewire, nick gage, oracle, phil noto, stephanie brown, tim levins
POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON October 23, 2009 Add Comments
So another Batman: The Brave and the Bold episode has aired. Wait. Did it? No, you are not looking at your screen and thinking you missed it. Actually, if you live in the UK, a frequent internet user, or went to San Diego Comic Con, you probably have already saw the episode. But nonetheless, the episode officially airs tonight at 7:30 PM EST. Warner Bros. sent us over a clean version of the episode to review ahead of time so that we could get you hyped about it. We mentioned during the podcast after SDCC that the episode was…
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