Babs Tarr


The Rise Of The Female Superhero With Amanda Conner, G Willow Wilson, Medeith Finch, Gail Simone, Kelly Sue DeConnick, Babs Tarr, Kate Perkins, Tara Butters, Sana Amanat, Marguerite Bennett, Shelley Bond, Michele Fazekas, Hayley Atwell, Jennifer Lawrence, Melissa Benoist And More. Like Grant Morrison, Axel Alonso, Jim Lee, Dan DiDio.

Amanda Conner, G Willow Wilson, Medeith Finch, Gail Simone, Kelly Sue DeConnick, Babs Tarr, Kate Perkins, Tara Butters, Sana Amanat, Marguerite Bennett, Shelley Bond, Michele Fazekas, Hayley Atwell, Jennifer Lawrence and Melissa Benoist are joined by Grant Morrison, Axel Alonso, Jim Lee, Dan DiDio and more to talk about the rise of the female superhero for Yahoo […]

Batgirl #41 Reveals How The New Batman And Batgirl Will Interact

[MILD SPOILERS for Batgirl #41 and current Batbooks below!] I could barely contain my excitement for this new issue of Batgirl! As most of you know, there’s a new Batman in town, and now it’s time to see how that affects our lovely Babs. From DC Comics, written by Brenden Fletcher and Cameron Stewart, with […]

Babs Tarr’s Redesigns Of Livewire For Next Week’s Batgirl

Livewire first appeared in Superman Adventures back in 1997, created by Bruce Timm ahead of her appearance in the Superman animated series. She was then brought into mainstream DC continuity by Gail Simone and John Byrne, and has become a rather popular villain. Her first appearance sells on eBay for over $250 slabbed, or $80 […]


WonderCon ’15 – Agent Carter, Batgirl, And The Making Of The Modern Super Heroine With Babs Tarr, Jose Molina, Cecil Castellucci, Sarah Kuhn, and Dr. Andrea Letamendi

The Making Of The Modern Super Heroine Panel with Babs Tarr, Jose Molina, Cecil Castellucci, Sarah Kuhn, and Dr. Andrea Letamendi rounded off Sunday afternoon at WonderCon this year. Molina, a TV writer, recently finished writing on Agent Carter. Castellucci writes young adult novels and recently did a Sensation Comics Wonderwoman story. Kuhn is writing […]

WonderCon ’15 – Bathing Suits, Tights, And Burnside Fashion In Superhero Comics With Babs Tarr, Jake Wyatt, Brenden Fletcher, Kris Anka, And Kevin Wada

Fashion In Superhero Comics With Babs Tarr (Batgirl), started a little early on Sunday morning following our Saturday nights out at WonderCon, but with everyone caffeinated, we were joined by Jake Wyatt (Ms. Marvel, Edge of Spider-Verse), Brenden Fletcher, Kris Anka (designed Storm), Kevin Wada (She-Hulk, Catwoman). Brenden Fletcher called the con “Babscon” to applause […]


Batgirl #40: A Powerful Moment Of Clarity Means Growth For Babs And Readers

We’ve reached the end of the New Era Batgirl first arc, and boy has it been quite the ride. Batgirl #40, From DC Comics, written by Brenden Fletcher and Cameron Stewart, with art by Babs Tarr is a chaotic, action-packed issue that answers a lot of the questions and concerns fans of the series have […]

So, How Inappropriate Is The Batgirl #41 Joker Variant Cover?

This is the cover to Batgirl #41, for DC’s June mini-relaunch. Featuring the new-look Batman. And very much in fitting with the pop style of the comic book, that has relaunched Batgirl in a fresh, youthful, exciting fashion away from depressing themes and tones that had previously been associated with the book. Also in June, DC […]

A League Of Extraordinary Ladies Joins Forces For A Night In California

By Michele Brittany, a West Coast Bleeding Cool Correspondent Most people know of “OC” as the center of decadence and housewives, but there are other, less obvious features of note. In Orange, California, there’s Old Towne or more often referred to as “The Circle” because of the large roundabout that seems to confuse most American […]

Batgirl And Oracle, Together Again For The First Time

By Mark Bristow With today’s publishing of the hyped Secret Origins #10 Batgirl issue, we are given a clean update to her New 52 backstory, as well as some hints to the future. The story is told through the perspective of a narrator we eventually learn is the AI that was placed in Barbara’s spine, […]

Drowning In Troubled Waters – Batgirl #39 Hits Emotional Depth

Brace yourself for a roller coaster of emotions in Batgirl #39, From DC Comics, written by Brenden Fletcher and Cameron Stewart, with art by Babs Tarr. Things are becoming increasingly complicated for Barbara Gordon, as the new start she hoped to have in Burnside, isn’t the clean slate she hoped it would be. Barbara is […]

Drinking The Batgirl Of Burnside Kool-Aid In #38

Okay, I’m finally drinking the “Batgirl of Burnside” Kool-Aid. From DC Comics, Batgirl #38, written by Brenden Fletcher and Cameron Stewart, with art by Babs Tarr is a great issue. I knew that I would eventually reach a point of acceptance, and I really think it was just a matter of adjusting to this New […]

From Strip to Script – Batgirl #35

By Josh Hechinger Welcome once more to From Strip to Script, where I reverse-engineer a script from a finished page of someone else’s comic. So, last time, we tackled the wily double-page spread. This time, I want to take a swing at…hmm. You know, I’m not actually sure what to call the majority of this […]

Batgirl With A Gold Dress On

This weekend, there was considerable comment online regarding the character Dagger Type in the most recent issue of Batgirl, a male artist disguising himself as Batgirl and going on a crime spree. Much revolved around traditional tropes of transexuals or transgendered being the bad guy, how Batgirl had make great strides in presenting the transgendered […]

Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher And Babs Tarr Apologise Over Batgirl Transgender Storyline

In recent years, Gail Simone writing Batgirl presented a transgender character, Alysia Yeoh, as Batgirl/Barbara Gordon’s flatmate, her backstory emerging over time. It was a considered, underhyped portrayal of a transgender individual as a very normal person in Batgirl’s life. In this week’s Batgirl, (SPOILERS) we meet someone who is running around Burnside dressed up […]

Live From the Comic Shop – Sinergy #2, Bitch Planet #1, Batgirl #37

By Christine Marie Happy Wednesday Bleeding Coolers! I’m at Conquest Comics in Bayville, NJ feeling very enthusiastic about the lineup of comics that have been released this week. On to the comic reviews! It feels like yesterday that the first issue of this colorful series was released, but I’m happy to report that Sinergy #2 from Image Comics, […]

Gotham Descends On Leeds At Thought Bubble: Scott Snyder, Becky Cloonan, Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher, And Babs Tarr Talk About Their Bat Community

For the Spotlight on Gotham panel at Thought Bubble on Sunday, November 16th, the Festival had a remarkable line up of talent in attendance to talk about the most forward-thinking and innovative things happening in Gotham at the moment. Scott Snyder, Becky Cloonan, Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher and Babs Tarr squeezed into a packed concrete […]

Finally Ready To Talk About Batgirl #35 (UPDATE From Brenden Fletcher)

Christine Marie Vinciquarra As most of you know, the Batgirl series has been taken over by a new creative team consisting of, Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher, and Babs Tarr. Their first issue, #35, was released last Wednesday, and it has taken me a little over a week to be able to form a fair opinion. I was […]