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This plants a seed in Barbara’s head that Stephanie Brown and Cassandra Cain could take over the mantle. Those two characters that have stepped up in a big way during ‘The Joker War,’ are, of course, no strangers to the role with both characters putting on the cowl and having their own ongoing series during the in the early ’00s. In the one-shot anthology Batman: The Joker War Zone, Joshua Williamson wrote a short about the best friends once again finding their place in the Bat-family by officially sewing on the Bat symbol onto their costumes.
Well, just because Batgirl has lost her ongoing series, that doesn’t mean Barbara Gordon has been absent from the Batman line. At the height of ‘The Joker War’ in Batman #100, she once again donned her glasses to become Oracle, and ever since has been a voice in Batman’s ear for James Tynion IV’s run on the flagship title.
In this week’s Batman #104, Stephanie Brown makes an appearance with the most concrete stance on the Batgirl role to date as Brown calls Barbara ‘Batgirl Prime.’ Barbara is still hesitant to make any name changes, but Steph rebuts if there can be a “billion” Robins then why can’t there be three Batgirls?
With Barbara putting more hours in as Oracle than as Batgirl, does this mean she’ll no longer be Batgirl? This very question was actually brought up by Barbara herself in Batman #102. Following ‘The Joker War,’ Gotham is still in shambles. She ponders what role would be better for the city – Oracle or Batgirl.
Will a Batgirls book starring Barbara Gordon, Stephanie Brown, and Cassandra Cain be included in DC’s 2021 plans? DC’s chief creative officer/publisher Jim Lee has said more DC books will be taking the digital route and then depending on popularity could be repackaged as physical books; we are already seeing that with newly announced titles like Challenge of the Super Sons. Could this be a future plan to reach a younger/wider audience with not one but three Batgirls from very different backgrounds?
Finally, what do you think Bruce and Terry will think of all of this when they return?
I think Bruce will huff and puff, but be proud of Max. He would be annoyed that Barbara never told him about Nissa, but secretly impressed with her gumption. (Nissa is exactly the sort of kid that would end up in the Bat Family.) I bet he would get the specs for her suit and quietly make upgrades so that when she comes around, she will be better protected (since he has been at this long enough to know she wouldn’t be quitting).
Steve: I think it does! I think it stands for the idea in all of us, the drive in all of us. When you get right down to it, we want to feel active, we want to enter the world, not sit on the sidelines. For someone like Max, we felt that it would only be a matter of time before she took things into her own hands, because it’s HER hands that best understand some fights, some communities, even better than Terry and Bruce. And she would know it empowers them to see someone from their own world as a hero, standing up for them, and fighting on their side.
Vita: In the Unlimited series, she was thrown into her fair share of action, too, but having her make the decision to suit up definitely signals what has always been true—Max Gibson is ready, willing and able to step up to the plate and swing, whenever and however is needed.
Why should the boys have all the fun? In our exclusive sneak peek at BATMAN BEYOND #12, the girls spring into action as Max Gibson and the little seen Batgirl Beyond take center stage.
Steve: Bruce, in his way, would likely always worry. He is someone who always wants to put responsibility, and risk, on himself. But Batman Beyond has been and always will be about him fighting to move past that notion. I think he’d come around to being impressed with Nissa and Max’s initiative. Terry? I think his initial reaction would be even MORE worry, because he’s younger and more emotional than Bruce. But being so close to Max, and being more idealistic than Bruce, I think it wouldn’t be long until his worry gave way to pride—both for Max, and for Nissa, for taking up their own fight for justice.
Vita: Nissa—whom I have adored since her first appearance—is the perfect Neo-Gotham successor to the Batgirl cowl. She rose to prominence during the riots in her neighborhood—Crown Point, or as I call it, the South Bronx of Gotham City—when she decided that since no one cared about her community, she would take it upon herself to protect her people. And she did, with style and wit. She’s a person of color, and a young teen, and not really about listening to excuses or wasting time on nonsense. She is also a wonderful foil for Barbara, who deserves her own baby Bat to crack wise at.
STEVE: I think Vita pitched this better than I ever could. To me, Nissa is a great icon for a community fighting to protect themselves, to better their station and make safe the lives of the people they know. These are the people most downtrodden by the power structures. This is a Batgirl that fights for the most victimized, fighting for justice and freedom block by block. That dedication, that underdog fight, is one I could not ignore.
BATMAN BEYOND #12
For people who might not remember, this isn’t the first time we’re seeing Nissa, right? Where did she come from?
Enjoy this first look at Batman Beyond #12: