I am guessing that this is DC's attempt to compete with Marvel/Disney's younger super hero line. I did read it over before giving it to my 8 year old son just to make sure and found it a fairly boring read....funny enough that was his comment as well. It is basically a graphic novel about nothing.
It's fun to see a superhero who isn't a teenager but who also isn't all grown up. In this comic, Batgirl is a 21 year old who is juggling grad school and online dating along with her superhero career. Her hipster neighborhood, while no connection to our Burnside Street, should feel right at home to Portlanders.
Marvel has Ms. Marvel and DC has Batgirl - both aimed at today's younger generations and great stuff for youth to read. The story got better and better as I kept reading. It's a departure from the previous direction this title had but it's a good departure.
indypunx thinks this title is suitable for 11 years and over
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