Is This Our First Look at a New Oracle from Batgirl #37?

Posted by July 19, 2019 Comment

Next week, Year of the Villain comes to the pages of Batgirl, with the cardstock villain variant featuring a new Oracle. Wait, what? Yeah, we knew Oracle was coming “back” in the issue, but is this Gus Yale from the Batgirl and the Birds of Prey series? Or someone new? It’s certainly not Barbara, that’s for sure. And according to writer Cecil Castellucci, it’s a robot.

Perhaps, taking a look at these preview images revealed at San Diego Comic-Con today, you can draw your own conclusions?

First Look at the New Oracle from Batgirl #37

Is This Our First Look at a New Oracle from Batgirl #37?

Is This Our First Look at a New Oracle from Batgirl #37?

Is This Our First Look at a New Oracle from Batgirl #37?

Is This Our First Look at a New Oracle from Batgirl #37?

Batgirl #37 hits stores next week.

BATGIRL #37
written by CECIL CASTELLUCCI
art by CARMINE DI GIANDOMENICO
cover by GIUSEPPE CAMUNCOLI and CAM SMITH
variant cover by JOSHUA MIDDLETON
Eager to prove himself as a guardian for the criminals of Gotham City, Killer Moth has set his sights on taking out one of Gotham’s finest heroes…Batgirl! Does this insect menace really stand a chance against Batman’s smartest ally? Meanwhile, after their daring escape, the Terrible Trio is on the hunt for new ways to cause trouble for Batgirl. Little do they know, Lex Luthor has already beat them to it and is about to bring Batgirl’s worst possible nightmare to life! Oracle is back online. And she’s angry.
ON SALE 07.24.19
$3.99 US | 32 PAGES
CARD STOCK VARIANT COVER $4.99
FC | RATED T
This issue will ship with two covers.
Please see the order form for details.

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(Last Updated July 19, 2019 5:51 pm )

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