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Someone's come up with a way to turn ordinary citizens of Gotham City into undetectable walking bombs…and only Black Canary (a.k.a. Dinah Laurel Lance), Starling (a.k.a. Ev Crawford) and new team member Katana (a.k.a. Tatsu Yamashiro) can stop them. But will Canary's choice of a fourth team member, a notorious bioterrorist, tear them apart first?

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She's no killer 0

With the team coming together here so does the series as a whole.  The issue starts off with a bit more of the team/series administration but having a little scuffle or Ivy joining the team.  As soon as they have figured this out Ivy proves her worth by using a chemical concoction to get one of the enemy agents to talk.  This leads to a pretty well conceived mission aboard a passenger train to extricate two of the people being targeted by the enemy.  Things go pretty smoothly, until they don't a...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

"Now let me tell you a little nursery rhyme..." 0

Synopsis: Poison Ivy tags along the Birds of Prey as they learn about two more walking bombs on the loose. What's Good? To be honest, I always thought of Poison Ivy as just being misunderstood. She's still a super villain, but recently (Gotham City Sirens) she's kind of loosen up a bit. She's the type of woman that if you tick her off, particularly when it comes to something plant related, she will kill you. So, her being part of this new Birds of Prey group isn't that startling when you think...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Rhymes are dangerous!! 0

Story starts with Starling and Katana who are very skeptical about Poison Ivy joining their group. They completely distrusts her and even fights with her.The Good:Poison Ivy proves her worth when she manages the villain to talk(other three failed to do this) and reveal important information. She also saves all three of them from bomb blast. It was impressive to see Poison Ivy fighting for good. There comes the twist, I never thought nursery rhyme could play a major role. This whole concept is ju...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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