Black Canary #4

    Black Canary » Black Canary #4 - You're Lost Little Girl released by DC Comics on November 2015.

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    You're Lost Little Girl last edited by Darkside_of_the_Sun on 05/12/20 08:40PM View full history

    Guest artist Pia Guerra (Y: THE LAST MAN) joins the series! Dinah is on the hunt for her kidnapped guitarist, Ditto, and when she finds the person responsible, you better believe she’ll make them pay! Also: Uncover the secret of the band’s former singer, and how she plans to exact revenge on them for kicking her out!

    List of covers and their creators:

    CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
    RegRegular CoverAnnie Wu1
    VarGreen Lantern 75th Anniversary Variant CoverEvan Shaner2


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    Black Canary 04 Review – Black Canary Presents Maeve Bo and White Canary 0

    Sorry if this review is so late (3 weeks late) but it take me a whole week to review this issue due to I didn’t much time free time at whole to do it. But next week I will try to review much sooner than this issue.CoverCover AIt´s good cover. This cover could have different meanings. Like glass shards or the pieces of papers could represent Maeve Bo´s Sonic Scream or that Maeve Bo is the main character of this issue instead of Dinah or just that Maeve Bo wrecked Dinah´s l...

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    The Lost Girls... Well, Girl- Maeve is Lost, and Can Probably STAY That Way... 0

    Black Canary was one of a grand total of FOUR DC Comics books that I read this week, which is a pretty high benchmark for me as of late- I haven’t been reading much DC, and definitely not consistently. I thought that the first few issues of Black Canary were interesting, and that I was unaware of the connective tissue between Black Canary and the Batgirl of Burnside books. But after reading issue one I read the Burnside trade, and after all that reading the Black Canary book started to fee...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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