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Flying out of BRIGHTEST DAY, the Birds of Prey are forced to ally themselves with the worst of Gotham City's mega-criminals while they struggle to save his life from the unspeakable horror that hunts them all! Fan-favorite writer Gail Simone (WONDER WOMAN, SECRET SIX) and superstar artist Ed Benes (JUSTICE LEAGUE, GREEN LANTERN) continue their return to the title that first brought them together!  
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Someone's identity is revealed 0

Cover I enjoyed the cover it was great. But really have no complaints about it but, so not have anything that really pops out at me either. Story The story begins with a fight against White Canary. White Canary has gotten the police into this and now The Birds of Prey are running from the police. The Birds of Prey forgot about the Penguin and bring him to his club. The White Canary says that she go after them one by one each hour. Then there is a tv and the Birds of Prey knows that someone is ou...

9 out of 9 found this review helpful.

Gail Simone continues to impress 0

 I've been waiting a while to for this issue to come out since the appearance of White Canary at the end of issue 1. Now in issue 2, the Birds of Prey confronts White Canary and she proves that she is not playing around.Pros:  Like the first issue, the second part of Endrun, Gail Simone does not let up. Its a fast paced issue. She sets this issue with a dark tone. I don't think there was an issue in the first volume of Birds of Prey this dark during her time (maybe Secret Six is rubbing on her)...

7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

A cloud of mystery 0

  I have to preface this review by giving  you all an explanation of my dilemma.  I must confess, yes Gail I have let you down, that I did not read the first run of The Birds of Prey.  In fact by the time I noticed it on the shelf at my LCS the book was nearing its end.  Gail's name was not on the cover and I wasn't interested in the art or Tony Bedard at the time.  But much time has past since then and when the announcement that Gail and Ed were heading to the Birds of Prey I was on the phone p...

8 out of 10 found this review helpful.
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