Wayne, Bertinelli, doesn’t matter, Huntress is badass. Don’t mess with her partners.
I just realised Barbara asked if she could fly.
(She should meet her bestie).
Summary: The epic finale of Deadline (and Gail Simone’s run) begins with a yacht in the middle of Gotham Harbour, just as Charise Carnes prepares to set into motion her ultimatum on Gotham’s criminal underworld. Also cruising through Gotham Harbour is Batgirl and two allies: her best friend, the Black Canary, and Earth-2 refugee, the Huntress. Together these three ladies are about to put up a fight for the rights of Gotham’s citizens, including the ones Charise intends to kill.
HUNTRESS VS BATGIRL | Different worlds, different perspectives.
Barbara Gordon on exploding expensive boats:
'Bruce is going to be so pissed off. He loved that boat.'
Helena Wayne on exploding expensive boats:
'It's a shame to waste such a nice little boat on property damage. But then, daddy did say objects are meant to be used…'
Huntress, my dear, you are more nonchalant about exploding expensive stuff than you should be. :P
BATGIRL #34 PREVIEW | Exciting stuff to look forward to next week.
At least for me anyway, since I don’t get many opportunities to read a better-written Helena Wayne in the New 52 as is. So I’ll take her wherever I can get her.
My favourite part of this preview is Barbara Gordon thinking to herself: ‘Bruce is going to be so pissed off. He loved that boat.’
I’m pretty sure Helena Wayne is thinking: ‘On my world, daddy would’ve said “objects are meant to be used.”’
(See Huntress #5 for details on that).
OLD SCHOOL EARTH-2 REUNION | Were you expecting something else? :P
Out of curiosity, who besides me actually remembers that Dinah Drake/Black Canary (pictured here on the right) was originally from Earth-2 and was a member of the Justice Society?
Everyone does better understand what the real squee for me here is, right?