With the introduction of Slipstream, a new super-speedster enemy, the war against Batgirl is only just getting started. Has the newly appointed representative of Batman Incorporated finally met her match?
BATGIRL #19, the next chapter in writer Bryan Q. Miller’s critically acclaimed Batgirl series, features interior art by Ramon Bachs and Guy Major with a cover by Dustin Nguyen and hits stores tomorrow.
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With Oracle out of the picture, Batgirl and Proxy must throw everything they've got at the super-fast villain Slipstream.
And by throwing everything, we mean everything - including Batgirl's new car, as seen in Dustin Nguyen's cover to April's BATGIRL #20.
Stephanie Brown's taken on her first official Batman Incorporated assignment, and it's a doozy. Making matters worse, the, er - less than cooperative - Damian Wayne has decided that the case is his jurisdiction. Can they manage to stop fighting long enough to crack a kidnapping case?
Reading the preview below is sort of like watching two speeding freight trains on a collision course, no?
BATGIRL #17 is written by Bryan Q. Miller with art by Pere Perez and hits stores next Wednesday.
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If that stack comics on my desk (which I’ve kindly reposted above) from yesterday wasn’t clue enough, let me be frank: it’s an exciting time for Batman, and for Batman fans, like me. November lit the fuse and things are not slowing down. Come February, we’ve got the launch of J.H. Williams III and co.’s BATWOMAN ongoing, featuring co-writer W. Haden Blackman.
Bruce Wayne travelled through time, a living, temporal bomb – teeming with highly dangerous Omega energy. He was a caveman, a pirate, a pilgrim, a cowboy, a gumshoe… something with computer tentacles from the far future… And when he finally got home, when Bruce Wayne finally beat death, beat fate, conquered time itself, what happened?