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She turned Batgirl into a hipster. Now she wants to create more comics about rebellious women.

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 […]
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