Birds Of Prey Vol. 1

Birds Of Prey Vol. 1

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The first collection of the new BIRDS OF PREY series! * The team struggles to stop bombs from killing the citizens of GOTHAM CITY. Plus: Is BLACK CANARY guilty of murder? Collects BIRDS OF PREY #1-7!
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Product details

  • Paperback | 160 pages
  • 165.1 x 251.46 x 7.62mm | 294.83g
  • New York, NY, United States
  • English
  • colour illustrations, black & white line drawings
  • 1401236995
  • 9781401236991
  • 91,502

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"The femme fatales of Gotham City get a nice introduction here along with a genuinely surprising final image that is well suited to the one-page format of the iPad."--The New York Times "Duane Swierczynski inserts a load of suspense into his crime fiction, and he's bringing that as well as some good old-fashioned espionage to the sirens of Gotham City."--USA Today
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About Duane Swierczynski

Duane Swiercynzski is the author of several novels including the Edgar-nominated and Anthony Award-winning "Expiration Date," as well as "Fun & Games," out now from Mulholland Books. He also writes comics, and thrillers with CSI creator Anthony E. Zuiker.
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3,519 ratings
3.78 out of 5 stars
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4 31% (1,087)
3 27% (961)
2 8% (287)
1 3% (103)

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I've run across the Birds of Prey briefly in my reading of the New 52 so far and they have intrigued me so when I received a gift-card I bought the first two trades. The members here make for an awesome team! I am already familiar with (and love!) two of the members (Poison Ivy & Batgirl), Starling is a new character, and I wasn't familiar with Black Canary or Katana. The only one I'm not sure I like is Black Canary. Katana is an awesome female warrior. A Japanese ninja-type who believes her sword is possessed by her dead husband. Fighting to her means killing, she stabs, slays, decapitates her way though any battle and the others have to rein her in when they need baddies alive to question. So i love the characters and the dynamics between them. The plot on the otherhand was only so-so. It was intense enough but didn't feel appropriate for a superhero comic. Choke and his team of mind-controlled assassins could be the bad guy from any thriller/crime novel; he was a far cry from a comic supervillain though and that left me rather unimpressed with the Birds whole caper in this volume. Love the girls though and want to see if they get a better plot in the next more
by Nicola Mansfield
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