Comic Review: Batgirl #28 (DC Comics)

Batgirl has her work cut out for her in Batgirl #28 from DC. In physical rehabilitation mode, Batgirl is pushing herself hard to close in on Wyrm, the electronic presence […]

Batgirl has her work cut out for her in Batgirl #28 from DC.

In physical rehabilitation mode, Batgirl is pushing herself hard to close in on Wyrm, the electronic presence behind the false murder accusation she faces. It looks like there are lawmakers in on the Darkweb organization too!

This issue, with a really nicely rendered regular cover by Julian Totino Tedesco, and an incredible variant cover by Joshua Middleton, shows Batgirl at her most determined. Despite warnings from Commissioner Gordon, Batgirl hits the streets to stop an impending slaughter.

Tightly scripted, with crisp dialogue by Mairghread Scott, and excellent artwork by Paul Pelletier (pencils), Norm Rapmund (inks) and Jordie Bellaire (colours), this is a strong issue.

DC Batgirl #28, $3.99 for 24 pages. Teen

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