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Batgirl #7 (2012)
Writer: Gail Simone / Artists: Ardian Syaf & Alitha Martinez

 

Review Information

Reviewer: Jose Castellanos
Review Date: Mar 2012

Comic Information

Publisher: DC

8.0

out of 10

 

Just like when you are on the open road driving a stick and switching from second to third, this issue feels like Gail Simone is kicking it into high gear by jumping right into the heart of things. A new menace in the form of a metahuman psycho, a relationship building moment with Black Canary, and an interesting catalyst to retell a classic story make of this issue an "all-included" ride.

It is good to see that the apparent clumsiness we have seen since the start of the series is not due to Batgirl's inexperience, but rather the result of a psychological barrier she has erected around herself; each one of these adventures is slowly cracking that barrier to show everyone what Barbara freaking Gordon is truly capable of. The flashback sequence missed the opportunity of taking better advantage of the shared art duties, but overall, there it was not detrimental to the book.

 






 
 



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