When bored heiress Barbara Gordon meets free-spirited circus daredevil Dick Grayson, sparks fly right from the start, leading to a scandalous romance and the reckless decision to become the costumed adventurers Batgirl and Robin on the rooftops of Gotham City! But mere mischief becomes serious business when Dick’s family is murdered, and Batgirl and Robin set out to mete justice on the Graysons’ killers. At the same time, Detective Bruce Wayne is on the job to take down the young thrill seekers and solve the mystery of the Grayson murders.
I haven’t finished it yet, but after the first two issues I’m enjoying it. The look of the comic feels really unique, I’m not sure if it’s a perfect fit but it almost seems to me like if Norman Rockwell illustrated a comic.
Another thing that stuck out to me is how big the draw Batgirl in this book. It seems like most of the time she takes up more space on the page than Robin and is usually positioned higher in the frame. I haven’t noticed this being the case in other comics
Eh…kinda similar in the mask and size of the symbol, but I dunno…remember Murphy is the guy who’s Batman knowledge was mostly from BTAS and he actually mixed up the order of Robins when he started writing White Knight. I would be shocked if he ever read Thrillkiller.