Read Batgirl, Volume 2: Son of Penguin Online Free - Barbara Gordon, a.k.a. Batgirl, is back in Burnside! But everything’s…different—friends, school, even Burnside itself. Batgirl must determine her next steps when she realizes that the shady new tech mogul moving into her neighborhood is none other than the estranged son of the Penguin!
But Ethan Cobblepot isn’t an obvious Penguin—Babs might just be falling for this unexpected man. Will he turn out to be the hero he says he is, or the villain he was born to be?
New York Times best-selling creators Hope Larson (A WRINKLE IN TIME) and Rafael Albuquerque (AMERICAN VAMPIRE) throw one of Gotham’s greatest heroes for a loop in BATGIRL VOL. 2: BACK IN BURNSIDE. Collects BATGIRL #7-11 and stories from BATGIRL ANNUAL #1.
|Title||:||Batgirl, Volume 2: Son of Penguin|
|Number of Pages||:||168 pages|
November 18, 2017
Batgirl returns to Burnside to find it's been taken over by the tech boom. Barbara decides to go back to school for library science as an ode to the original version of Batgirl even though Computer Science makes more sense for this iteration of the character. There's a nice balance of action and...
October 04, 2017
[Read as single issues]
After galavanting around the world in her first arc, Barbara Gordon returns home to Burnside, only to find that a new company has moved in, and its CEO has an infamous father. Can Barbara deal with Ethan Cobblepot, while Batgirl gets to the bottom of his scheme to take down...
August 18, 2017
I like it.
World: The art is good. As much as I loved Albuquerque I always felt that he was not the right artist for Burnside Babs. This is the art that I want, light, fun and full of character. The world building is good, it's topical to our gentrification culture now and it's over the top enoug...
January 09, 2018
This is continuing from her last adventures in Japan and after the start of her new company and seeing how it affected Burnside in a negative manner. She cares a lot for her community and she decides to switch her major to library science! I'm really glad they decided to do this and the transitio...
December 31, 2017
One of the best Batgirl comics I’ve read!! 🙌🏼💙🖤 #BabsIsBae
August 18, 2017
I love this new version.
She is intelligent, a feminist, an activist, her updated suit is hella cool. There is so much diversity in this series!
All I can say is: Let more women write comic books!!
June 20, 2017
I like the beats this story took but I felt they were a little undercooked and ever so slightly predictable. Barbara however I unconditionally love, she's almost at Kate Bishop level for me.
May 29, 2017
[Read in single issues]
At the beginning of this series, I was wondering why Barbra is so young but she's not young. She's still dealing with adult thing: roomates moving out, college life, friends having babies, going to bars as a social outing and not to get plastered, and dating guys with evil...
December 21, 2017
Hope Larson brings Batgirl back to Burnside in the second Rebirth volume of the series. Having concluded her brief world tour, Barbara Gordon is trying to get back into the swing of things. The arrival of young Ethan Cobblepot quickly throws her for a loop, as the son of the Penguin is a handsome...
January 22, 2018
I'm very surprised at this Volume. The story was actually good...
I had almost given up on Batgirl completely. Ever since her unexplained de-aging when moving to Burnside (the character has been around for almost 60 years!), and after an amazing New52 run, the character has seemed annoying and imm...