Ben & Daniel spoil The Cloverfield Paradox, discuss what impact Netflix is having on the moviegoing experience, and the latest news on a number of upcoming comic book movies.
Barbara Gordon was always meant to be Batgirl, and these guys really get that. Welcome home, Babs.
Spandex superheroes still dominate the market, but the people behind the masks are slowly becoming as diverse as the people reading each issue.
Jay Batzner let us know why he's giving up on DC books.
This issue starts the three issue "Batgirl: Wanted" arc that pits Commissioner Gordon against Batgirl.
It’s impossible to talk about female comic creators without featuring one of the most influential women in the business today: Gail Simone.
Publisher DC Comics recently made the bold decision to relaunch their comic book universe in an effort to make their comic books more "modern and accessible". Dubbed "The New 52", the rebooted universe offers a fresh start for iconic superheroes and lesser known characters alike with all 52 titles being renumbered to #1. It's a major event, which is why local DC Comics fans Nug Nahrgang and Andrew Cymek are planning to review EVERY single issue of "The New 52" through their first story arcs.
If you like to smile and feel good, this is the comic for you. If all you want is gritty grim characters... read this issue, and see what a smile feels like on your face. I am an old-school Batgirl fan. If she isn’t Barbara Gordon, I don’t really care. I didn’t care for Cassandra Cain, and I certainly didn’t care about Stephanie Brown stepping into the role. I read the first few issues of the new series so that I could have an informed opinion if someone asked me about the title at the store, but that is it. So why did I read Batgirl #17?