Birds of Prey #47

Writer: Terry Moore Artist: Amanda Conner Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: September 18, 2002 Critic Reviews: 1
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Meet Heartache--a genetically gifted young woman who can alter and correct problems in any person she touches. Imagine what happens when it's Barbara's hand she holds, and the gift of mobility is granted once again to Oracle!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Sep 23, 2002

    Well, thanks to the "temporary" aspect of the cure I don't imagine to many Oracle fans are going to be screaming for Terry Moore's head, but this story should also serve to appease the readers who openly wonder why Barbara hasn't been cured in a universe that's full of technological wonders & magical cures. Truth be told I've always felt Barbara's disability makes her a fairly unique character in the DCU, and the perfect partner for the Black Canary, and even if this was a lasting cure I'd much rather see Barbara remain as the brains of this duo, aiding from the sidelines, instead of joining Dinah on the missions. Still, it'll certainly be interesting to see how both Dinah & Barbara herself deal with this temporary change in the book's status quo. Terry Moore also brings a sense of fun to the scenes that follow Dinah in action, and it's a shame his time on the book is only going to be a brief visit, as based on this first issue he has a nice grasp on what makes these two characters wor Read Full Review

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