[Editor’s Note: This review may contain spoilers]
Writer: Marguerite Bennett
Bombshells divided! The Batgirls are determined to track down the source of their friends’ misfortunes back in Gotham City. Their investigation leads to an eerie spit of land, where a lone radio tower projects a deadly signal that curses all who hear it.
In the first few pages, Felicity pokes fun at how many juvenile superhero groups there are just in this storyline, a trend that was wildly popular during the 1980s, and something for the older readers of the book. We also get a glimpse of our big bad for this storyline, The Riddler, an often underused villain in Batman’s rogues gallery.
The appearance of Oliver Queen AKA Green Arrow, serves a more antagonistic effect on the story as he appears to be an impediment in the Batgirls’ way. Lastly, the art by Aneke is beautiful. This book changes artists every other issue now, and Aneke serves the issue perfectly.
There are no negatives worth mentioning in this issue.
This book only gets better with each issue, so if you’re not reading it, do yourself a favor and check it out.