Crossbow at the Crossroads, Part One last edited by victor25 on 06/30/18 08:38AM View full history

Look out! By the end of this hot new miniseries, the Huntress will have the largest price on her head in DC Universe history.

What will the Huntress do that warrants such a death mark? And who puts it there? The jaw-dropping events will be revealed as the Huntress heads home to Italy and embarks on a mission that defines her life. Don't miss out, because this story will tie in to upcoming events in BIRDS OF PREY!



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How many to leave behind? 0

In terms of all the new directions that have been taken by characters in the month of September, this book seems to have beaten them all.  Very little of Helana's character seems unchanged (though one thing which is changed is her costume - much more practical).  As she sets out on a search through Naples to find some Mafia connection she discovers a lot more than what she had intended with a human smuggling ring of Arabic girls headed for prostitution.  Instead of glossing over the subject it i...

9 out of 11 found this review helpful.

It's Never Simple With The Huntress 0

The Story: Huntress receives a tip of a container shipment leaving Naples heading for Gotham. My Thoughts:Who else would DC get to write a six issue Huntress mini-series than Paul Levitz? The man knows how to writer Huntress. Not only that, he incorporates a serious topic into the story which results in a grand slam first issue. The Huntress seemingly finds herself at a crossroad with a crossbow.  While receiving a tip of a contraband shipment departing Naples for Gotham, she decides to investig...

6 out of 7 found this review helpful.

This is what Catwoman should have been. 0

In my last review - Catwoman #1 - I mentioned how it was better than average, yet lacking in some ways - particularly in the art department. But this, this first issue in the Huntress limited series gives us a much better martial arts oriented anti-heroine. The story follows the Huntress to Naples where she's tracking arms and slave traffickers. There are some references to current events, which I'm sure will date the book in the future, but I really appreciated the 'reality' they brought to...

2 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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