…today FINALLY Ragdoll returns with a vengeance, in Batgirl #31. I love this story and it leads DIRECTLY into the big events coming in 32-34.
Seriously, the art is phenomenal, one of the best interpretations of Ragdoll ever, by anyone, and I don’t say that lightly.
I hope everyone picks this up. It’s a ton of creepy fun and it gives lots of hints as to what is coming in the next epic story. Get this issue, dammit! :)
"You show me your license to wear masks and act tough."
Batgirl: Year One
by Chuck Dixon, Scott Beatty, and Marcos Martin
Batgirl’s origin story along with other the origins of other denizens of the DC Universe are on sale for the next week as part of our Secret Origins Sale!
comiXology Unbound’s Thirteen Days of Halloween!
Day Two - Batgirl #14
When Supergirl decides to get away from it all and visit Stephanie Brown on the campus of Gotham City University, a quiet, relaxing weekend turns into a monster movie mash-up! After a science experiment goes horribly wrong, 24 black-and-white Draculas are brought to life, and Batgirl and Supergirl are forced to become vampire hunters in order to stop an army of the celluloid undead!
Kevin’s Picks of The Week (10/09/2013)
- PICK OF THE WEEK: Motorcycle Samurai #1: Overture: GVN FTW! A super fun comic that is just a blast to read! Really looking forward to where this story.
- Archer and Armstrong #14: Things are getting down right intense, for the guys as Valiant gears up to finish 2013 with some of their best books yet. Jump on board here, and get ready, the road ahead looks wild!
- Batman ‘66 #15: Colleen Coover drawing Retro Style Barbara Gordon Batgirl. What more needs to be said?
- Coffin Hill #1: This book is straight up spooky, like classic Sandman spooky, and it is just so great to see such a fresh creative team deliver on a book everyone had high hopes for.
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Circa 1998 - Superman Adventures #25
Penned by none other than Kick-Ass creator Mark Millar, we recently unearthed this animated series tie-in classic from our collection of over 40,000 comics. In this issue Superman teams-up with Batgirl to save a kidnapped Bruce Wayne from the clutches of the Mad Hatter. Perhaps the very definition of a Hidden Gem. Check out this comic today!