It’s only Tuesday and it’s already been a busy week for Google. Yesterday, they launched YouTube Music in 12 new markets and officially revealed Messages for Web. Today, they’ve debuted their dedicated podcast app for Android.

Batgirl gets a new old costume for her upcoming return to Gotham

Batgirl art by Sean Gordon Murphy

Meg Downey, writing for Polygon:

“This is supposed to be a version of the costume that she was working on when she still lived with her dad,” Scott explained in reference to her new, more classic look. “That’s why it looks so much like her original Batgirl: Year One outfit — like, she’s with her dad. She can’t get out back to Burnside, and this is like the emergency. So the version that she was working on [back in the day] that she had stashed here just in case. It helps us with the story a little bit too, because it’s a little less bright — we wanted her to be more stealthy, and we want her to be able to integrate some more tech with the belt.”

I understand the need for the change and I find the look Sean Gordon Murphy has created to be an interesting evolution of the early Batgil suit but it’s going to be hard not to miss Cameron Stewart’s 2015 redesign. It’s a classic for sure.

At the time, the new look perfectly reflected the attitude of Stewart, Fletcher, and Tarr’s run—that first cover really drives that point home in my opinion—and I’m interested to see how what Scott, Pelletier, and Casagrande have planned is reflected in this new look.

🕹 Started Moonlighter →

Moonlighter is an Action RPG with rogue-lite elements that demonstrates two sides of the coin – revealing everyday routines of Will, an adventurous shopkeeper that secretly dreams of becoming a hero.

The Sony conference was great. I’m really happy to see Remedy’s new game, the Resident Evil 2 remake, and all the first-party games too. Spider-Man is the standout for me, although Death Stranding looks like a hundred kinds of bizarre, which is exciting. 🕹️

A little late to the party but the first issue of Remender and Bengal’s Death or Glory is great. Beautiful art, tons of action, and a strong hook that’ll bring readers back for the next issue. Fans of Remender’s other work like Deadly Class and Tokyo Ghost will really like it.