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They've had the growing pains, the split-ups and the reunions. Now it's time to see the Birds of Prey do the dirty jobs no one else can. When a mysterious yet familiar villain threatens to organize all East Coast criminal activity, from loan sharking to illegal arms trading, Oracle is forced to test the limits of the Batman Incorporated strategy, using her own operatives as pawns in a battle for the soul of Gotham City!    
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Secret Agent Birds 0

Birds of Prey chugs on with its twelfth issue. This time, they're looking to play secret agent, and who am I to stop them? The Good I'm happy they've remembered Zinda Blake being a bit of a sexpot in the original Birds of Prey run. Lady Blackhawk's one of my favourite characters because I love a gal who's comfortable with herself and likes to take charge. She shines in this issue, and that's something I can't complain about. Overall, this whole secret agent/heist works well for the team. I liked...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

007 anyone? 0

Synopsis: The Birds go undercover while Huntress teams up with the Question.What's Good?  I am happy to see Question as well. I am so glad that Huntress and Question are teaming up again. The back-up in Detective Comics a while back was a great read. The duo share some of the same traits. Since Renee can't seem to get her own series, I wouldn't mind her being part of the Birds of Prey gang. Speaking of which, Gail Simone has rest of BoP gang working undercover. It's nice to see Hawk and Dove do ...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Birds in an elevator! 0

Birds of Prey #12 Okay so the birds create a plan to infiltrate this criminal, Mr Tripe's building. Mr. Tripe is organizing some serious East Coast crime and the birds have to stop it. Although, Huntress is with Question going deeper into this case. Deeper as in the sewer. Zinda tries to seduce Mr. Tripe and it somewhat works, while the others go into the elevator shaft to get to the database. Huntress finds something shocking out and tells Oracle to get the birds out of the building immediately...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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