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When Stephanie Brown arrives in London for a top-secret Batman Incorporated assignment, jet lag, lost luggage and those terribly difficult accents are the least of Batgirl’s problems – the actual Greenwich Mean has been stolen, and as all of London literally grinds to a halt, it’s up to Batgirl and Squire to save the United Kingdom! Tally-ho!

Written by BRYAN Q. MILLER

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  1. Steph and Beryl together at last!

  2. argh, sucks that this title is ending after flashpoint (anyone know which issue is last?), but i will be enjoying the rest of it

  3. Bryan Q. Miller said in twitter that there are 3 more issues, which I guess includes this one. Since Flashpoint ends in August, the math works out with this book restarting in September.

  4. @vinh  thanks, I forgot they are restarting with a new batgirl, i’m def gonna miss stephanie and this creative team

  5. Good luck to Bryan Q. Miller – I’ve enjoyed your writing on Batgirl. I’ll stay on for the last 3 issues until the reboot, not sure after that. 

  6. DC is really dropping the ball taking Batgirl away from Miller, Perez & Nguyen.

  7. England – sold! Squire – sold!

  8. Seeing this on the list this week makes me sad. DC really dropped the ball in not giving Miller a relaunch title.

  9. gonna get all the Stephanie I can until the relaunch

  10. see I’m gonna go the other way, I’m dropping this book and I’ll check Batgirl out again after the relaunch. (I just started reading this about 5 issues ago.)

  11. As much as I love Barbara Gordon as Batgirl…I’m going to miss this book.

  12. I’m with everyone else.  I’m really gonna miss Stephanie Brown Batgirl.  Like, alot.

  13. I hope that Steph has some kinda role post-relaunch. It seems like a no brainer that she will, but I would be really sad to see her lost to limbo.

    Also, I guess this is kinda on topic: Is anyone else a little weirded out by the un-handicapping of Babs? I know people like her as Batgirl, but didn’t it maybe serve the universe (and when I refer to a universe, I am refering to this one) a little better to have a differently-abled hero kicking ass and being awesome? Especially when we have a perfectly good Batgirl right here?


  14. Now THAT is how to do a done-in-one issue. I am having a terrible time choosing between this and Ruse for POW.

  15. This issue is so good it hurts….both because Stephanie Brown isn’t going to be Batgirl in a few months and because Bryan Q. Miller isn’t going to be writing *anything* for DC in a few months. Both of these things are wrong.

    Let me put it another way, which will only make sense to those who have also been drinking beer and watching the Stanley Cup finals: Cheerios and Frosted Flakes are both decent cereals…..but if I’ve been buying Cheerios faithfully for over a year, and you suddenly announce that the boxes that still bear the ‘Cheerios’  logo will forthwith be filled with Frosted Flakes I feel I have a right to be offended, or at least impugned, by some marketing decision that Frosted Flakes are arbirarily better than Cheerios.

    Or, more plainly said : I like Gail Simone and I like Barbara Gordon, but the Batgirl book I want most in the world is the one that is being published right here, right now.

    On a side note: congratulations to the Boston Bruins.

  16. @CaseyJustice  They bring characters back from the dead enough, so why not just bring her out of the chair? I’m not reading Flashpoint, but I guess it has something to do with that. (?)

  17. @CaseyJustice  In fairness, we do not know if they are ‘un-handicapping’ or not.  Maybe it is some sort of suit like Iron Man.  How good of a secret identity would that be?  “Of course I’m not Batgirl!  How could I be?”  The ‘super-science’ could go making her able to walk with the suit on and not with it off.

    Guess we will find out in Sept.

  18. I think the whole idea is that she was never handicapped in the first place with the relaunch. The relaunch is almost like the ultimate universe of marvel.

  19. @WHATTHEDAST  If they go that route, DC loses sales of ‘evergreen’ trades and hardcovers.  I am not saying that you are incorrect, just stating the ramification(s) of going that route.

  20. I really hope in a month or so they announce a Robin ongoing with Miller writing Damian.   How fun would that be?

  21. @WHATTHEDAST Didio has said that Killing Joke is still considered in continuity. Not sure how they’re going to un-paralyze her though…

    Also, I loved this book. Steph is so much fun. I’m really sad they’re not bringing her into this reboot and I’m also kinda mad that Miller isn’t writing any of the new books.  

  22. The more I hear about the DC reboot, I’m not sure what to think. I just heard that in the new Justice League #1 Hal and Bruce meet for the first time. What?! Sounds like a clusterf***

    Anyway, I’m more upset this is probably the last issue that any of us will see Knight and Squire. I haven’t been following the Batman INC title, so I’m not sure if they’re in there currently or will be before it ends. If they aren’t, this is their last appearance.

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