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    I think Gotham girl is gonna fade into obscurity honestly, she doesn’t serve much purpose and Gotham doesn’t need a actual super hero character.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DragonPiece View Post
    I think Gotham girl is gonna fade into obscurity honestly, she doesn’t serve much purpose and Gotham doesn’t need a actual super hero character.
    That certainly can be her destiny. I don't know if DC or other writers have plans for her, but still I think Tom King will let her live, independent if in the years to come she fulfills a role in the Batfamily or if she follows the path characters like Talon did
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    Quote Originally Posted by Katana500 View Post
    I'm a wee bit nervous that the last issue has so many plot threads to tie up it might not manage
    But, overall, you do acknowledge someone like King (giving what he had written so far) knows what he's doing (not like he's some rookie comic writer fresh off the boat here).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chubistian View Post
    That certainly can be her destiny. I don't know if DC or other writers have plans for her, but still I think Tom King will let her live, independent if in the years to come she fulfills a role in the Batfamily or if she follows the path characters like Talon did
    Knowing DC, her likeliest fate is a cameo appearance in the next Crisis to die and add to the body count.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregpersons View Post
    Knowing DC, her likeliest fate is a cameo appearance in the next Crisis to die and add to the body count.
    This is sad times! I think I'm one of like 10 gotham girl fans in existence. I hope she doesnt die!

    I want to read more about her!

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    Will Kite Man become a permanent part of the rogue's gallery? I'd like to think he will
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    Quote Originally Posted by DragonPiece View Post
    I think Gotham girl is gonna fade into obscurity honestly, she doesn’t serve much purpose and Gotham doesn’t need a actual super hero character.
    Every Batman writer has a pet character that disappears; any one remember Bluebird?

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    Quote Originally Posted by charliehustle415 View Post
    Every Batman writer has a pet character that disappears; any one remember Bluebird?
    I mean, I do, but Tynion is one of my favorite writers. I also remember Gunhawk and Gunbunny from the Dixon Tec era, Sasha Bordeaux from the Rucka run, and a few others. Did Denny O'Neil have one?
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    Quote Originally Posted by millernumber1 View Post
    I mean, I do, but Tynion is one of my favorite writers. I also remember Gunhawk and Gunbunny from the Dixon Tec era, Sasha Bordeaux from the Rucka run, and a few others. Did Denny O'Neil have one?
    Damn, with the deep cuts; brings back memories

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    Quote Originally Posted by charliehustle415 View Post
    Damn, with the deep cuts; brings back memories
    Isn't that what we love about comics, though? Remembering and reading new stuff that becomes new memories? It's absolutely one of the things I adore about King's run - those pages where he just FILLS them with references that enrich the story he's telling.
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    So, we have some pics out from Mikel Janin at Brazil Comic Con and Tom King on Twitter. Please note that these images are probably pretty big spoilers, but they're also pretty exciting, I think.



    Looks like we're getting Batman and Kite Man, or Bruce and Chuck, at Porkys after all. I like that.

    https://www.bleedingcool.com/2019/12...atman-85-ccxp/

    There's a lot of Bat/Cat scenes in these images, and it looks positive, to me, not super depressing like a Hush ending, so I'm still hopeful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by charliehustle415 View Post
    Every Batman writer has a pet character that disappears; any one remember Bluebird?
    I would love to have her come back, even if it meant going back to a civilian role, it's been years since she was last in a comic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by charliehustle415 View Post
    Every Batman writer has a pet character that disappears; any one remember Bluebird?
    Yes she's on the YJ tv show and she was in rebirth Tec

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    Quote Originally Posted by Westbats View Post
    I would love to have her come back, even if it meant going back to a civilian role, it's been years since she was last in a comic.
    She should have been brought in to fill in for Alfred. Not the housekeeping duties that can be covered by Selina but the bat Cave ops. It's right up her street. There was no need to drag old man Fox in after his long days running WE.

    Bruce likes to work kids/young teens and the elderly it seems

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    Quote Originally Posted by millernumber1 View Post
    So, we have some pics out from Mikel Janin at Brazil Comic Con and Tom King on Twitter. Please note that these images are probably pretty big spoilers, but they're also pretty exciting, I think.



    Looks like we're getting Batman and Kite Man, or Bruce and Chuck, at Porkys after all. I like that.
    Janin's Chuck in that picture just looks exactly like his version of Riddler and it's really distracting for me lol

    https://www.bleedingcool.com/2019/12...atman-85-ccxp/

    There's a lot of Bat/Cat scenes in these images, and it looks positive, to me, not super depressing like a Hush ending, so I'm still hopeful.
    Based on these brief images does look like we'll be getting a decent amount of Bat/Cat in the issue, though I wonder how they're gonna end it off. Will there be some semblance of a conclusion demonstrating where they'll be going in the future that would then be followed up in Bat/Cat, or will they keep it mostly ambiguous to be resolved later in Bat/Cat? I am hoping we get something related to the former.
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