Birds of Prey #73

Writer: Gail Simone Artist: Ron Adrian, Eric Battle Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Sep 7, 2004

    First off while I'm not entirely sure what it has to do with the action that plays out inside, the Mark Texiera cover is a wonderfully unsettling visual. As for the interior art, it would appear that Ron Adrian has stepped in to provide exactly the same style of art that we had been getting, and while it's nice to see the visual continuity maintained, the simple fact of the matter is that there are still moments when the art seems to be more invested in displaying the physical attributes of the cast rather than telling the story in a visually exciting manner, and this in turn results in plenty of seemingly missed opportunities during the sequence where the Huntress and Vixen were battling a host of super-powered opponents. The cyber environment where Barbara battles for her humanity is also a bit flat and uninspired, as it's little better than a featureless void. Read Full Review

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