Brenden Fletcher Archives

WonderCon '15 – Bathing Suits, Tights, And Burnside Fashion In Superhero Comics With Babs Tarr, Jake Wyatt, Brenden Fletcher, Kris Anka, And Kevin Wada
Marvel, Edge of Spider-Verse), Brenden Fletcher, Kris Anka (designed Storm), Kevin Wada (She-Hulk, Catwoman). Brenden Fletcher called the con "Babscon" to applause since her artwork is on the t-shirts, con guides, and banners at the convention Fletcher set the stage by defining fashion as being "external" in the world and "style" as being one's own approach. Tarr[...]
WonderCon '15 – Batgirl's 'Ultimate Triumph Over The Joker' – The Batman Panel With Brenden Fletcher, Tom King, Greg Pak, And Babs Tarr
What does this year have in store for the Dark Knight after such a momentous milestone? That was the question going into Friday's Batman panel at WonderCon. On hand were Brenden Fletcher (Batgirl, Black Canary), Tom King (Grayson), Greg Pak (Batman/Superman), and Babs Tarr (Batgirl), with the panel moderated by DC All Access' Tiffany Smith. Batman/Superman #20[...]
Gotham Academy Endgame #1: Spooky Joker Tales!
However, reading Batgirl: Endgame written by Cameron Stewart and Brenden Fletcher, with art and colors by Bengal, was an incredibly impressive experience I can honestly say that reading Gotham Academy: Endgame #1, from DC Comics, written by Becky Cloonan and Brenden Fletcher, with art by Jeff Stokely, and colors by Jenny Donovan was just as[...]
Can't Take Your Eyes Off The Bat In Gotham Academy #6
The bat is back in Gotham Academy #6 from DC Comics, written by Becky Cloonan and Brenden Fletcher, with art by Karl Kerschl Normally, we are used to characters feeling at ease when Batman comes around, but not in this case Olive is the opposite of comforted by Batman showing up, and as he attempts[...]
Batgirl: Endgame #1 Is An Expressive Work Of Art
From DC Comics, written by Cameron Stewart and Brenden Fletcher, with art and colors by Bengal, Batgirl: Endgame #1 is perfect I don't use that word very often, but the simplicity of the way this comic is done hits home for me The story is entitled, "The Battle for the Burnside Bridge," and it is[...]
Batgirl #40: A Powerful Moment Of Clarity Means Growth For Babs And Readers
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 had over the past few months Now that Barbara has to deal with a past version of herself, and[...]
So, How Inappropriate Is The Batgirl #41 Joker Variant Cover?
It's likely that the creative team of Brenden Fletcher, Cameron Stewart and Babs Tarr would have been unaware of the cover until CBR posted it. Odds are they probably feel as bad as you do about it. Equally, this will have been a piece commissioned from Rafael Alberquerque, and will have been delivered as requested[...]
Things Fall Into Place In Gotham Academy #5
Everything is falling into place with Gotham Academy #5 from DC Comics, written by Becky Cloonan and Brenden Fletcher, with art by Karl Kerschl After four intense issues of this brilliant new series, the puzzle pieces are fitting together nicely Readers have endured a lot of mysterious moments, unsure of where this story was going[...]
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[...]
Mysteries And Clues Pile Up In Gotham Academy #4
Gotham Academy #4 from DC Comics, written by Becky Cloonan and Brenden Fletcher, with art by Karl Kerschl continues the hunt for Millie Jane! Unlike the last issue, #4 brings Olive and Maps duo together once again to solve the mysteries of Gotham Academy Most of this chapter focuses on an odd symbol that Olive[...]
Drinking The Batgirl Of Burnside Kool-Aid In #38
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 Era of Batgirl The previous issues of Fletcher/Stewart and[...]
From Strip to Script – Batgirl #35
A "single-page open-sequence with panels sprinkled on it" would be a clunky term, huh? Let's see if we can figure out what to call it when it comes time to actually script it, eh? Our subject is from Batgirl Issue #35, by Brenden Fletcher (co-writer), Jared K Fletcher (letters), Cameron Stewart (co-writer, breakdowns), Babs Tarr (artist),[...]
Bleeding Cool's 11 Best Comics Of 2014
Gotham Academy from DC Comics, written by Becky Cloonan and Brenden Fletcher, with art by Karl Kerschl, colors by Geyser, and letters by Steve Wands Gotham Academy was a breath of fresh air to the city of Gotham this year Much different from most of the stories that are told amid the dark and gloomy streets,[...]
Batgirl With A Gold Dress On
He writes, I'm frustrated with the hate that Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher, Babs Tarr and the Batgirl team is receiving from a very sensitive and vocal group inside the trans community, who I fear are not getting their facts straight – and have probably not read the book in question To recap: Batgirl #37 features a mystery second Batgirl[...]