While I have little in the way of proof that this is true, this issue reads very much like a Green Arrow plot that Chuck Dixon never got around to using back when the previous series was canceled. I mean there a very clear separation between the plot involving Connor Hawke's group, and the adventures of Deathstroke & the Black Canary. What's more the main thrust of the plot all plays out in the pages involving Connor Hawke & Eddie Fyers. I mean these past three issues have left Dinah & Deathstroke with little more to do than have encounters with the various creatures that populate this island, and these scenes have been so quickly resolved that they feel like they've been added merely to fill pages. Now if you enjoyed Chuck Dixon work on Green Arrow then chances are you'll enjoy this return visit, but Birds of Prey fans are going to be left a bit unimpressed as except for the exotic locale of the adventure, Dinah does little more than tinker on the outer fringes of the main plot, while Read Full Review
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