Batgirl XXX: An Extreme Comixxx Parody Review

With all the superhero comic book movies out in the couple of years, the nerd world has a smorgasbord of movies to choose from. I grew up on the Batman TV series with Adam West, so when I heard about Batgirl XXX, I just couldn’t wait to see it what it would look like, especially Batgirl!

Just like the 60s TV series, this parody doesn’t take itself too seriously when it comes to the plot line. All the scenes have nice comical scenes to them. However, some scenes do have some seriousness that is pulled from more recent Batman movies. The starring role of Barbara Gordon/Batgirl is played by the sweetheart of the adult industry Sunny Lane. As this is her last movie before she retires from the adult industry, I think she had fun making the character her own.

Gotham City is riddled with crime and Barbara Gordon wants to do something about it. Her efforts to join the force are shot down by her father, Commissioner Gordon (Tom Byron). Barbara decides it’s time to become a sexy vigilante, and Batgirl is born.

While Barbara is away developing her new persona, the Commissioner gets to unwind with the help of his secretary, Lyla Storm. Working in an office and putting out daily fires, a man sometimes needs to release some built-up stress. Lyla Storm does a nice job of helping the Commissioner relieve all that.

I have to say, in scene two, Batgirl’s initiation into the caped crusaders team involves more than just detective and crime fighting skills. Both Batman (Even Stone) and Robin (Scott Lyons) show Batgirl the ropes.
It’s filled with over-the-top scenes and funny one-liners that will have you laughing and getting turned on. This parody doesn’t just take queues from 60s Batman, but also from recent movies like The Dark Knight; with their own version of Joker (Lizzy Borden). The Joker manages to break out of prison with the help from the Penguin (played by Ron Jeremy). What’s the Penguin’s reward for assisting in the grand escape? Scene three is a little alone time with Harley Quinn (Amber Rayne) as she’s instructed by the Joker to “make the Penguin fly.”

The next scene resembles something from Batman Begins with the Scarecrow, but he isn’t testing fear toxin on inmates. The toxin is used on a kidnapped Vicki Vale (Aiden Star). Once she’s ready the Riddler is told to “…come on down” to test the toxins effectiveness.
One of the craziest scenes in the movie is a threesome with Batgirl, Catwoman (Aurora Snow), and Poison Ivy (Phoenix Marie). That alone should have you running at your computer to buy this video! This is one of the longer scenes as Batgirl is tricked into thinking her actions will help save Commissioner Gordon.

The last scene, after Joker has spread the sex zombie toxin, stars a devilishly excited Lexi Belle and Alec Knight. Lexi is insatiable in this scene, but too much of a good thing leads to a wicked end for both Lexi and Alec.

This parody had a lot of female characters, and I think it’s great that director Jerry Mcttobot wanted to cover several movie and a TV show into one parody. I do feel that if he covered just one series, he still would have had a good movie.

Grade: B

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