Kelley Puckett comic
The second title in the DC Focus line looks at the life of Tom Morell, a sickly kid who possesses power beyond his imagination! A disabled kid with an overprotective mother has one escape: the comic-book exploits of his favorite character, Kinetic. But unbeknownst to him, Tom's got powers of his own...but will they manifest before Tom decides life isn't worth living?
Fifty years ago, Batgirl made her Million Dollar Debut taking down the nefarious Killer Moth. And ever since, the butt-kicking hero has been a vital part of Batman’s team and a role model for girls everywhere, squaring off against mobsters, assassins, super-villains and more. Though many young women have worn the cowl—from unassuming librarian Barbara Gordon to deadly mute assassin Cassandra Cain to teen vigilante Stephanie Brown—all have made their distinct mark on the DC Universe. Now BATGIRL: A CELEBRATION OF 50 YEARS collects all the greatest triumphs and most tragic moments of the many Batgirls in one volume, offering a crash course in the character, from Babs’ first appearance by Gardner Fox and Carmine Infantino to her modern-day adventures by Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher, Babs Tarr, Gail Simone and more.
Batgirl Barbara Gordon finds that fighting crime doesn't provide the thrills it once did. But that may not be a problem for long, unless she can defeat the horrifying serial killer known as Mr. Zsasz.
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
In return for the theft of a small, unspecified item, the Joker provides the Penguin with a new plan: rob the banks of Gotham, and then turn around and use the money to garner public acclaim by becoming a millionaire philanthropist. Penguin enjoys his new status, until Batman catches wise.
Indicted for killing Vesper Fairchild, Bruce Wayne is sent to prison...only to escape, launching a citywide manhunt. This new, single-volume edition includes BATMAN #603-607, DETECTIVE COMICS #768-775, BATMAN: GOTHAM KNIGHTS #29-32 and BATGIRL #29 and 33.
- Issue # Full (2 years ago)
Flashback to years ago. Cassandra is a little girl and her father David Cain sets up a camera to tape her performance. A bunch of full grown men are standing on sheets of plastic and offered a knife. All they have to do to get paid is to take the knife and kill the little girl. One of them disproves but before he can leave Cassandra knocks the teeth from his mouth and his blood pools on the floor. He reaches for the knife but Cassandra beats him to it, she breaks his arm. The men scream...