Overall: This issue gets started in earnest with Steph(as Batgirl)noticing some weirdos in robes chasing a student around her college campus. Steph steps in and attacks the robed figures, handling them with relative ease... At least until some goof named the Grey Ghost shows up on the scene to “help”. All he really does is create confusion, which allows the robed figures to regroup. Oracle manages to identify the Grey Ghost by matching his voice to a voice print she had on file and learns that the Ghost was actually some nobody criminal from a few issues back who was beaten within a few pages by Batgirl. Oracle sends this info to Batgirl, who tells the Ghost that she knew who he was, which in turn leads to the Ghost vanishing in a flash of lights. The lights disorient Steph, and allow the robed figures the chance to escape. With Steph no longer on their trail, the robed figures track down the student from earlier, steal his flashdrive and toss him off a rooftop. The next day, the cops investigate the scene, and find a bloody batarang near the dead students body. One assumption leads to another, and by the time this issue ends, Steph(as Batgirl)finds herself surrounded by Gotham's Finest.
You know, I REALLY needed to read this comic after reading that abysmal Brightest Day #13. This comic and that one were like complete opposites to each other. Where as BD #13 sucked the big one, this comic was great! It was nice to have Oracle back in the fold again after a few issues absence, Steph's explanation of the Bat-Family to Proxy was awesomely done and the story was fast moving and fun. What's there for me to complain about here?
Score: 8 1/2 out of 10.Best Batman history ever!