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The stunning "Death of Oracle" arc continues, with complications that will resonate through the DC Universe! And find out more about Mortis, the most twisted BIRDS OF PREY villain ever, as she sets her sights on Hawk and Dove in this BATMAN INCORPORATED tie-in!    
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The Death of Oracle: Part Deux! 0

The GoodIn the last issue of Birds of Prey we were introduced to Mortis, who has been hired by The Calculator to destroy the Birds of Prey. The villainess has the power to make her opponent realize their fears, deepest regrets and shame-- bringing all of them to the surface, paralyzing her opponent. In this issue we see her abilities in full effect when she takes hold of one of the members of the Bird's. When I found out about the story arc's title, and realized that The Calculat...

18 out of 18 found this review helpful.

Journey to the past 0

  Cover I am surprised to actually like this cover because Dc has been having this white background theme going on with all their series this month. But for some reason I feel like it works in this cover. I guess because there are enough people to cover the whole page and it makes it look fuller. Story Mortis comes and asks where Oracle is. Batman and Oracle are watching this and Batman asks if he should go and help the girls but she said that they do not need help. Mortis tells the girls that ...

7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

Look At the Pretty Birdies 0

The Good: Gail Simone writes a team book superbly. All the characters personalities are very clearly defined and emphasized without them just over exaggerating a specific character trait; instead more subtly focusing on how the characters play off each other so well with their dialogue. Stanley 'Artgem' Lau drew the cover.Guillem March's art isn't too big a jump from Ardian Syaf's art last issue. Mortis' dialogue is pretty neat, and it's more fun if you remember that it's all a bit of a persona ...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
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