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    Birds of Prey #17

    Birds of Prey » Birds of Prey #17 - Nuclear Roulette released by DC Comics on May 1, 2000.

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    The Joker wages nuclear war on New York City, forcing Power Girl and Black Canary to pull out all the stops. Now Oracle must enlist the most unlikely allies of all in a last-ditch attempt to prevent the murder of millions.

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    This issue is the conclusion to the short story arc in which the Birds of Prey have to stop the Joker from unleashing nuclear weapons on New York City.  The action is fairly straight forward with some twists here and there - for a period Power Girl is seemingly alone in the attempt to stop the madman.  The action and plot is decently paced and the characterizations are pretty well handled, in that Power Girl is the only one able to stop the actual missiles because she is a quite powerful superhe...

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