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DC First Look: Batgirls #3

The adventures of Cass, Steph, and Babs continue in ‘Batgirls’ #3

Happy Galentine’s Day from THE BATGIRLS!

The Batgirls’ investigation leads them to believe new street artist Tutor is responsible for putting innocent Gothamites under trance, using his murals and then stealing their stuff. Luckily for them, Tutor is hosting an underground art show at the old shipyard tonight, so Babs and the Batgirls go undercover as attendees, so the Batgirls can prove to Babs once and for all that Tutor’s the one behind all the strange crimes! And to make matters worse, Babs bumps into Tutor’s ex at the event! Oof!

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Batgirls (2021-) #3

Written by Becky Cloonan, Michael Conrad
Pencils Jorge Corona
Inks Jorge Corona
Colored by Sarah Stern
Cover by Jorge Corona, Sarah Stern
Variant Covers by Kim Jacinto & Rian Gonzales
Release Date: February 8, 2022

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