Babs Tarr rose to comic book stardom in part for her ability to draw women who are badasses. After helping redesign classic DC Comics character Batgirl, Tarr knew right away that Barbara Gordon wouldn’t be the last tough heroine she’d draw — she just wasn’t sure when she’d be able to dust off her pencils to create […]
Batgirl is living it up and partying through the streets of Burnside in DC Comics' "Batgirl" #37 by Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher & Babs Tarr.
The BATGIRL artist opens up about her impending end on BATGIRL, her connection with fans, and the whirlwind first years in comic books.
The DC character Livewire makes her first appearance since the "New 52" relaunch next week, and BATGIRL artist Babs Tarr shows off some redesigns.
Barbara Gordon gets a little color added to her cheeks (and everything else) with the DC Comics Batgirl by Babs Tarr Statue. Based on designs by Batgirl co-writer/cover artist Cameron Stewart and Eisner Award-nominated Batgirl artis...