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Dick Grayson Dressed As Batgirl & Vice Versa? Nightwing #113 Spoilers
But for today, a look at the relationship between Dick Grayson/Robin/Nightwing and Barbara Gordon/Batgirl/Oracle As on the date of Dick Grayson's birthday, we reported, "because he is Nightwing, he has to give presents to everyone else instead of receiving them And no one is allowed to complain about this." Well, we have an early page[...]
Magic: The Gathering Vanguard, Series 3 Pt. 1: Calm Before A Storm
Oracle Our last Vanguard for this Magic: The Gathering article is the Oracle en-Vec At least, this is what we presume, as the card for the Oracle isn't exactly a legendary creature Nevertheless, the Oracle character is one that can help you make some extremely safe decisions in combat. Oracle, a Vanguard character for Magic: The Gathering, a[...]
Nightwing #86 Review: Under Siege
Yeah, it's a lot. Nightwing swung into town to be concerned about the destruction of Barbara Gordon's clocktower, which was the last place they saw Spoiler and Orphan and was caused by an Oracle knockoff called Seer The Bat-family then set themselves to invade the flying Skybase-01 to defeat this threat. Tom Taylor is a master of[...]
A Better Look At Seer, The Anti-Oracle in Today's Batman Comics
In last month's Nightwing #85, Barbara Gordon as Batgirl and Oracle took a peek behind the curtain to see just where Seer, The Anti-Oracle was broadcasting from Seer was pumping out both anti-Batman and anti-Magistrate propaganda to stoke fear, rebellion, and riot, whoever she was. Nightwing #85 And while they didn't reveal who she was, they did[...]
Barbara Gordon's Gotham GFuture Rewritten In Batman #116 (Spoilers)
Constructed and owned by Wayne Enterprises and fortified against earthquakes, it was able to withstand the earthquake that leveled Gotham and used by Barbara Gordon as her living place and base of operations as Oracle The Clock Tower was also used as meeting point for the Bat-Family during No Man's Land and also as a[...]
Batman Fear State
As Bleeding Cool widely gossiped before, in Batman: Fear State Alpha #1, the Anti-Oracle (soon to be known as The Seer) declares that Batman is dead Which semi-lines up with what Gotham believes in the Future State comic books Of course, he is not in either timeline, but it doesn't half put the willies up[...]
Nightwing #83 Review: Hits Every Mark
The events of one of the latest crossovers have left an absence in the Bat "family," as Alfred Pennyworth perished at the hands of one of the costumed
Nightwing #80 Review: A Winner
Within the first 24 hours of that (all shown in the last issue), he's bought food for a homeless encampment, rented a hotel room for a homeless man and his son, had his wallet stolen, and fallen back into bed with his on-again-off-again ex Barbara Gordon, herself an extrajudicial vigilante on the keyboards called Oracle[...]
Batman Urban Legends #2 Review: A Strong Effort
Batman: Urban Legends #2 is a thick anthology that has points to recommend but only actually shines without flaw in one space, with an outstanding Oracle story There's emotional depth in the Red Hood story, good-looking action with the Outsiders, and Ryan Reynolds-worthy banter with Grifter, but all of those are merely pieces of actual[...]
Wonder Woman 1984 Credit Scene Revealed (Spoilers)
It's a brand new day for Barbara Gordon, formerly Batgirl, now Oracle again, in today's DC Comics titles Featuring prominently in both The Joker #2 and Batman: Urban Legends #2 even if she doesn't have her own solo title any more More on that to come as well. Spoiler logo As we had previously stated The Joker[...]
Curran Walters' Jason Todd is done being Robin and all about being the Red Hood, while Savannah Welch's Gotham City Police Commissioner Barbara Gordon (aka Oracle?) is back in his life- but we're still not quite clear what her position is on masked vigilantes Let's not forget that Dr Jonathan Crane is also waiting in[...]
Titans Season 3 has something coming out this Monday. (Image: WarnerMedia)
After a build-up to yet another amazing costume-reveal (this time, for Damaris Lewis's Blackfire) as well as a look at Savannah Welch (Six) going through training for her role as Gotham City Police Commissioner Barbara Gordon (aka Oracle?), we're back to checking in with HBO Max's Titans director of photography Boris Mojsovski via Instagram to[...]
Spoiler Spoilers - Stephanie Brown, the Traitor in Next Batman #2?
But it seems that also in the Next Batman, Jace Fox has got himself a new Oracle – a Russian using burner phones called Vol Maybe all will be revealed when we discover what Vol actually stands for? Next Batman #2 artwork FUTURE STATE THE NEXT BATMAN #2 (OF 4) CVR A LADRONN (W) John Ridley – Vita[...]
Batman #103 Review: Somewhat Entertaining
Credit: DC Comics The two caped combatants start fighting as the very confused teenaged vigilante Clownhunter watches, and Oracle (the sometimes Batgirl, Barbara Gordon) is unable to get a bead on him "I can't see whoever you're fighting, from any angle," she says over comms, "and his voice is distorted!" "You won't get him on record," Batman[...]
Batman #102 Review: It Doesn’t Make Sense
At least Oracle is back on the line. RATING: NO JUST … NO. Batman #102 By James Tynion the 4th, Carlo Pagulayan, Danny Miki, Jorge Jimenez Bruce Wayne and the city he loves have changed dramatically following the events of "The Joker War," but Batman and his mission are eternal But not everyone thinks that should be the case … The mysterious vigilante[...]
Batgirl #50 Review: The People vs. Barbara Gordon
Using her old Oracle styles, she guides them all through using different tactics than they usually do to be effective. What does all this say? This all comes to the same verdict that it seems like Barbara Gordon (and editorial, based on this being the last issue) have found Batgirl doesn't matter She doesn't matter to[...]
Batman #100 Review: Made Everything Easy Again
Proving, for once and for all, that Oracle is greater than Batgirl in every possible metric, Barbara Gordon takes off the mask She picks up the keyboard and mic, almost singlehandedly leading Signal, Batwoman, Spoiler, Orphan, Red Hood, the often maligned Robin and a squad of fed-up cops to retake the streets of Gotham from[...]
James Tynion IV Confirms He Was Going To Leave With Batman #100
"Okay, it's time to let everyone know that Oracle is back online" That's how next week's Batman #100 by James Tynion IV and Danny Miki, Carlo Pagulayan, Jorge Jimenez, Guillem March begins. Batman #100 artwork. Toldja She does have full use of her legs now But Barbara Gordon, for one issue at least, returns to the role she[...]
James Tynion IV Confirms He Was Going To Leave With Batman #100
While Batgirl has been cancelled, Barbara Gordon taking on an Oracle role in Batman #100, and Cassandra Cain seemed to be looking more like Batgirl in Joker War Zone, Tynion confirmed; One key element in that is that I can say that Barbara Gordon is going to be an absolutely central character for the rest of[...]
Will Batgirl Be Oracle Again? The Continuity Of Joker War (Spoilers)
Of course Death Metal, meant to be set after The Joker War, has a walking Batgirl too… Because, also, in Batman #100 Barbara appears to be back as Oracle, in the chair But which way did the Joker get her there? Barbara Gordon as Oracle in Four Pages From Batman #100 (Preview) Barbara Gordon as Oracle in[...]
Four PaBatman #100 Preview
That still seems to be the case in Batman #100 as Barbara Gordon, rather than Batgirl, performs her role as Oracle, as Batwing, Batwoman, Nightwing, Red Hood and more take to the streets of Gotham – as well as the new character Clownhunter in this double-page spread. Barbara Gordon as Oracle in Four Pages From Batman[...]
Batgirl #38
Hilarious! Anyway, left for us at a secret drop point in a hermetically-sealed envelope by a Mysterious Benefactor, these first two pages of Batgirl #37 shows Lex Luthor meeting with the new Oracle to offer her his dark gift (which we still maintain sounds oddly sexual) Check out the preview below.   BATGIRL #38 YOTV DARK GIFTS JUN190473 (W) Cecil[...]
First Look at the New Oracle from Batgirl #37
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[...]
Year of the Villain
But the then-former Batgirl found a new role as Oracle, coordinating the operations of the Bat-family and becoming more formidable from behind her command center than even when she wore the cowl But Barbara Gordon returned to being Batgirl with DC's Nu52 relaunch, part of an effort by DC to, for some reason, stomp on[...]
New Batman: Arkham Knight 2-Pack Features Oracle And Batgirl
And after the events of the Killing Joke, Barbara's strength and intelligence kept her in the crime-fighting game as Oracle, the information backbone of the DC Universe Both characters are well beloved by fans and now the latest Batman: Arkham Knight figure two pack contains both. The Batman: Arkham Knight Batgirl & Oracle Action Figure 2-Pack[...]