Can Batgirl turn Ethan's ambitions into a force for good before he turns Burnside against her? DC's Batgirl #10 by Hope Larson & Christian Wildgoose.
Not every superhero show is a hit. Some of them don't even make it to TV. We take a look at what almost was in the TV comic book genre.
With the new Batgirl movie in development, CBR takes a look at her 15 most powerful moments in comics. Did your favorite scenes make the list?
There's only one Barbara Gordon, but you could field a full baseball team with Batgirls. Join us as we look at the best of them.
Warner Bros. is looking at hiring Joss Whedon (The Avengers) to write, produce and direct a standalone Batgirl film as part of the DCEU.
Meeting your boyfriend’s parents is always stressful, especially when his dad's the Penguin! DC Comics' Batgirl #9 by Hope Larson & Chris Wildgoose.
Does Batgirl have two separate debuts in the Batman: The Animated Series canon? And how does Harley Quinn fit into it?
From her first appearance in 1967, Barbara Gordon's Batgirl has offered fans a different kind of superhero.
Is Batgirl dating Ethan to get info on his new tech business…or could she actually like him? DC Comics' Batgirl #8 by Hope Larson & Chris Wildgoose.
Babs is back in Burnside! But everything’s…different—friends, school, even Burnside itself! DC Comics' Batgirl #7 by Hope Larson & Chris Wildgoose.
Get an early look at the future of "All Star Batman," "Batgirl," "Batgirl and the Birds of Prey" and "Batwoman."
With the iconic character celebrating her 50th anniversary, we look at Batgirl and Oracle's trials and triumphs, saluting her successes in comics and beyond.
A shady tech mogul moving into Burnside is none other than the Penguin's estranged son! DC Comics' Batgirl #7 by Hope Larson & Christian Wildgoose.
These are the longest-running Batman (and Batman-adjacent) books in the history of DC Comics.
Batgirl faces down Teacher in the streets of Shanghai! DC Comics' Batgirl #5 by Hope Larson and Rafael Albuquerque.
Batgirl realizes too late that she’s fallen right into Teacher’s trap! DC Comics' Batgirl #4 by Hope Larson and Rafael Albuquerque.
Christian Wildgoose (Gotham Academy) joins writer Hope Larson on Batgirl as he takes over from Raphael Albuquerque, whose run concludes on issue #6.
After Batgirl faces off against a second villain with the mark of “The Student,” she must set off to Korea to get to the bottom of the mysterious attacks before someone close to her gets caught in the crossfire!