In the last week of August 2011 DC brought their existing line of titles to an end and replaced them with a line of 52 first issues that takes place in a new post-Flashpoint universe.
This title sees the launch of the new DCU Batgirl with Barbara Gordon resuming her role as Batgirl. "Batgirl" is the first title to see the popular character appear in her own monthly. Controversy surrounded this title when writer Gail Simone was fired via email only to be reinstated two weeks later after considerable fan outrage.
This was one of the more popular 'new 52' titles and sold out quickly so a 2nd and 3rd printing of #1 followed very shortly afterwards.
The series is collected in a series of Hardcover and Trade paperback collections:
Batgirl (3rd Series): The Darkest Reflection (#1-6)
Batgirl (3rd Series): Knightfall Descends (#0,7-13)
Batgirl (3rd Series): Death of the Family (#14-19, Annual #1, Batman #17, Young Romance: The New 52 Valentine's Day Special #1)
Batgirl (3rd Series): Wanted (#20-26, Batman: The Dark Knight #23.1)
Batgirl (3rd Series): Deadline (#27-34, Annual #2)
Batgirl (3rd Series) Volume 1: The Batgirl of Burnside (#35-40 and a story from Secret Origins #10)
Batgirl (3rd Series) Volume 2: Family Business (#41-45, Annual #3, DC Sneak Peek: Batgirl)
Batgirl (3rd Series) Volume 3: Mindfields (#46-52, Batgirl (3rd Series): Endgame #1)
Just a note to say DC rebranded the Batgirl Trade paperbacks and Hardcovers after the end of Gail Simone's run. Starting with what should be volume 06 (Batgirl of Burnside), the collections were re-numbered to volume 01.
|Total £||8.75||18.75||26.50||69.15||144.00||265.00||362.00||413.00||476.00||Total title value in pounds in UK markets|
|Total $||11.75||24.40||35.15||87.05||181.00||332.00||454.00||522.80||600.20||Total title value in dollars in US markets|
Note: some PR issues may have no value. Selected issues in FN, VF or VF/NM may not exist in some titles.