If you're a fan of Connor Hawke then you had best skip this issue. If you're a regular Birds of Prey reader then you're likely to be disappointed with the rather uneventful nine pages that focus on the Black Canary's interaction with the mercenary Deathstroke. However if you're like Chuck Dixon, and you apparently consider this Eddie Flyer character to be the best thing since sliced bread then you're in for a treat, as most of this issue is turned over to this character. Now I realize that this is Chuck Dixon's last kick at the can as all his other DC work has pretty much wrapped up, but I can't say I care overly much for his decision to hand over his last Birds of Prey adventure to characters he was playing around with before this current BOP series even began. It also doesn't help matters much that the action that we do get is rather uninspired work, with the rather silly idea of the pet dinosaur acting to provide Eddie Flyer with his all too convenient escape. Read Full Review
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