A few weeks ago we got a preview of this comic in our e-mail and I wanted to write this review then, but stuff got in the way, but luckily, enough hype for this issue kept its visibility high and looking toward this Wednesday's arrival in comic shops, I saw this was going to be showing up. So here's our review of Fight Club #1, written by the author of the original novel, which makes it unique among all of the comic book sequels to movies and television shows out there in comic shops.
I was really just looking for something to review and decided to revisit Batgirl, despite Barbara Gordon not acting much like the Batgirl I've come to know. It looks like all of that was part of story, but to say more than that would be spoiling it.
Batgirl #38 Written by CAMERON STEWART and BRENDEN FLETCHER Art by BABS TARR Cover by CAMERON STEWART THE FLASH 75 Variant cover by AARON LOPRESTI Blank variant cover 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T Synopsis: Things are going surprisingly well in Batgirl’s new life! But nothing good ever lasts long in Gotham City – and the other yellow boot is about to drop...hard! Review: To be honest, I did not read the previous issue which caused controversy with it's reveal of the fake Batgirl as an evil cross-dresser. It did spark me to read this issue, and see if the qualities that I liked in Batgirl #35.