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Batgirl, Vol. 1: Batgirl Rising - Bryan Q. Miller, Lee Garbett, Trevor Scott, Phil Noto, Cully Hamner
Batgirl, Vol. 1: Batgirl Rising
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In the wake of "Batman R.I.P."and BATTLE FOR THE COWL, Stephanie Brown, the vigilante formerly known as The Spoiler and Robin has taken on the identity of Batgirl as she begins her nocturnal crusade to take back the night from the underworld. Now she has become the target of both Gotham City's... show more
In the wake of "Batman R.I.P."and BATTLE FOR THE COWL, Stephanie Brown, the vigilante formerly known as The Spoiler and Robin has taken on the identity of Batgirl as she begins her nocturnal crusade to take back the night from the underworld. Now she has become the target of both Gotham City's heroes (who don't take kindly to a new person wearing the cape and the cowl) and its villains (who want to see the entire Bat-family six fee
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781401227234 (1401227236)
ASIN: 1401227236
Publisher: DC Comics
Pages no: 168
Edition language: English
Series: Batgirl III (#1)
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sixthreezy readsies
sixthreezy readsies rated it
3.0 Batgirl Vol. 1: Batgirl Rising (Batgirl (DC Comics Quality Paper))
I think I just expected a lot more from this after seeing the mostly positive reviews. I get that it's BatGIRL but I just don't like the college setting, and the fact that she's all up in Batman and Robin's business is irritating. If she has to get into their troubles, then why does she need her own...
Sesana
Sesana rated it
I feel sorry for Stephanie. She was Robin for about five minutes before being murdered by Black Mask. Does she get a memorial? Nope. DC editorial says she was never "really" Robin. Then she comes back from the dead and gets to be Batgirl- for about five minutes. Then New 52 comes along and she gets ...
Monkeypanic
Monkeypanic rated it
4.0 Batgirl Vol. 1: Batgirl Rising (Batgirl (DC Comics Quality Paper))
Batgirl rising? Well, something's rising! Let's face it: all superhero comics are drawn intentionally to appeal to young teenaged boys' most purile (and unrealistic) ideas about the opposite sex. Accordingly, almost every woman in the superheros universe is drawn to be a slightly more athletic versi...
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