DC released the Bat Family solicitations, showing Ray Fawkes as a guest writer for two issues.
Newsarama has the Bat Family solicitations up. What do they have to say about Batgirl? We've helpfully copied and pasted that solicit here:
Written by RAY FAWKES
Art and cover by DANIEL SAMPERE and VICENTE CIFUENTES
On sale MARCH 13 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T
• The first of two issues by guest writer Ray Fawkes!
• Batgirl must face the man who sold her out to The Joker during “DEATH OF THE FAMILY”…her own brother, James Gordon, Jr.
• Can Barbara help him, or will this conflict be the final nail in her family’s coffin?
Gail Simone, the writer of the series from issue #1, was fired via email by DC Comics last week, causing quite a stir on the internet. It seems Ray Fawkes will write the title for two issues. It is unknown whether he will take over permanently, or whether someone else will be brought in to take over the title with issue #20.
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