Batgirl #10

Writer: Bryan Q. Miller Artist: Pere Perez, Lee Garbett Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: May 12, 2010 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 2
6.8Critic Rating
8.0User Rating

In "The Flood" part 2 of 4, the Calculator plans to exact his revenge on Oracle by first unleashing a nanovirus upon the citizens of Gotham City that will turn them into mindless techno-zombies! The next step in his plan? Killing everyone close to her – including Batgirl!

  • 9.0
    The Weekly Crisis - Ryan Schrodt May 13, 2010

    As a longtime fan of Stephanie Brown and off the Batgirl legacy, I had high hopes for this series, but I don't think I could have ever imagined that it would so quickly become one of DC's strongest titles. Issues like this are a perfect example of why this might just be the best solocharacter series that the company is producing today. Then again, I can't argue with high quality storytelling, polished craftsmanship, and fun characters in an engaging plot (of course, that could just be me). Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Robert Tacopina May 13, 2010

    Final Thoughts: I would have never thought that I would be so enamored with Batgirl but here I am gushing over this title. There really isnt much to dislike either. Granted, this isnt literary high-brow type of comic that people gush over but it is a very good display of superhero comics. Definitely the most under-rated Bat book on the shelves. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Comic Vine - Zack Freeman May 12, 2010

    There's really not that much to set this apart from any other superhero book on the shelf and I might be more charitable were it not for how good Red Robin was last week. That issue was done so well, makes this book, another Batman spin-off, look weaker by comparison Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Weekly Comic Book Review - DS Arsenault May 12, 2010

    Miller has suspense tension, romantic tension and personality friction driving this story along in classic Batgirl mode. That being said, Batgirl remains an adventure comic that delivers action and romance, and not a book that offers anything new or innovative to the field. The genre probably needs books that deliver adventure month after month, but no matter how well-crafted, the reader experience of Batgirl will have a hard time moving above average. We love Stephanie. We're going to read her stories. Now Michael Siglain has to ask Bryan Q. Miller what he wants to say in his Batgirl stories. Read Full Review

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