Showing results 1-40 of 127
With Batgirl (and the Joker) on the minds of many readers this week, look back at Barbara Gordon's transition from Batgirl to Oracle.
Writer B. Clay Moore states that female superheroes were originally introduced because "the industry was trying to find something for everyone."
Casey Gilly examines recent hot-button comics issues and talks through solutions for keeping the dialogue productive and compassionate.
"Superhero comics don't get much better than" Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher and Babs Tarr's "Batgirl" #40.
Alisa Kwitney begins her DCU writing life by reviving fan-favorite Batgirls for a story full of 20-something triangles and "Flashpoint" villains.
The discussion of the "Batgirl" #41 Joker-themed variant didn't end with DC Comics' decision to not publish the cover.
DC Comics may have pulled the controversial "Batgirl" cover, but Augie believes the way in which it happened leaves something to be desired.
The highly criticized Joker-themed variant cover for "Batgirl" #41 will not be published, at the request of the image's artist, Rafael Albuquerque.
Joseph Illidge weighs in on the criticism of DC Comics' variant cover for "Batgirl" 41 by looking at the character's past.
DC Comics' sensation continues as Barbara's past wreaks havoc on her present in "Batgirl" #40 by Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher & Babs Tarr.
Brenden Fletcher, Annie Wu, Cameron Stewart and Babs Tarr tell CBR News about the launch of "Black Canary" and upcoming "Batgirl" plans.
Check out early solicitation info for June's "Batman" #41 -- promising major changes -- along with "Batman Beyond" #1, "Black Canary" #1 and more.
Stewart, Fletcher and Tarr's "Batgirl" #39 "brings the acting and expression of the characters to a level rarely found in a DC Universe comic."
Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher & Babs Tarr's "attention to detail and ability to tell truly contemporary stories" make "Batgirl" #38 "a winner."
It's time for CBR's annual look back at the year that was, ranging from splashy movie announcements to important dialogue on industry issues.
Batman Group Editor Mark Doyle discusses his first year on the job, the myriad creative changes under his watch and his vision for the Bat family books.
An apology was issued by the "Batgirl" creative team following allegations of transphobia in the most recent issue, "Batgirl" #37.
Thieves steal comics, memorabilia from Kansas retailer! Jeff Lemire and Terry Dodson talk "Teen Titans: Earth One"! Plus, Gene Luen Yang and Babs Tarr!
Batgirl is living it up and partying through the streets of Burnside in DC Comics' "Batgirl" #37 by Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher & Babs Tarr.
As the Adam West-inspired digital series moves forward, Jeff Parker has plans for more foes unseen on TV and solo Batgirl stories.
DC Comics goes for the hat trick with variant covers for the "Harley Quinn Holiday Special," "Batgirl" #37 and "Justice League United" #7.
Giving the "forgotten" Victorian cartoonist her due! "MAD" editors reflect on working with Don Martin! Interviews with the new "Batgirl" team, Jim Woodring and more!
CSBG spotlights a number of soft reboots in comics, including the latest overhaul of the new 52 "Batgirl!"
Two jailed in New Mexico on stolen-property charges! Challenging comics' gender imbalance! Who stopped at NYCC to see world's most valuable comic book? More!
In an all-encompassing Batman panel, the Bat family's top creators gathered to discuss "Batgirl," "Batman Eternal" & more.
Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher and Babs Tarr's "Batgirl" #35 is "a great new beginning for the series," introducing the Batgirl of Burnside.
Sideshow Collectibles unveils a Batgirl statue, Deadpool goes Pop at Funko, and one big "Game of Thrones" figure debuts from Threezero.
Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher and Babs Tarr's "Batgirl" debut arrives on October 8, but you can check out this preview today!
The award-winning artist discusses the origins of his "Fight Club" gig, working on "The Multiversity" with Grant Morrison and revamping "Batgirl" for DC.
Batman creators including Marv Wolfman, Chris Burnham, Brian Buccellato and more celebrated the Dark Knight's anniversary with fans in Long Beach.
Artist Babs Tarr and co-writer Brenden Fletcher talk about fan reaction to their "Batgirl" run, its connection to "Gotham Academy" and more.
Augie fires up his Wayback Machine to revisit the '80s "Rocket Raccon" miniseries and the underappreciated "Batgirl" mini from 2003.
With the big changes for "Batgirl" and the new Bat-titles, DC's books are branching out in different directions -- and reaching out for new readers.
Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher and Babs Tarr share details about "Batgirl," including her detective skills, her fashion sense and an all new rogues gallery.
Co-publishers Jim Lee and Dan DiDio tell CBR TV about the changes coming to DC, their reaction to new teams on "Batgirl," "Wonder Woman" and more.
Augie posits a theory about DC Comics' march towards television synergy. Plus, The McSpidey Chronicles hits the best McFarlane artwork yet!
As Gail Simone exits "Batgirl," Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher and Babs Tarr prepare to tell the next chapter in Barbara Gordon's life.
With DC Entertainment's Diane Nelson expressing a desire to see more female heroes on-screen, CBR looks at who's ready to make the leap.
Thief takes cash, special orders from gallery owners! Japan bans child porn but exempts manga and anime! Gail Simone talks "Batgirl"! Plus much more!
From "Eternal" to "Batgirl" and all across Gotham, Gail Simone, James Tynion IV, Greg Pak and more take a tour of the Dark Knight's world.