Birds of Prey #74

Writer: Gail Simone Artist: Jim Fern Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: September 15, 2004 Critic Reviews: 1
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After the painful events of "Between Dark and Dawn," Black Canary and Huntress go undercover to crash an uprising of jaded, former Super-Villain sidekicks!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Sep 15, 2004

    Jim Fern provides the art on this issue, and truth be told there's nothing about his work that sets it apart from the crowd. In fact if there was one word that best describes his work, I'd have to say it would be ordinary, as while it tells the story in a clear, easy to understand manner, it also doesn't manage to deliver any visuals that I found to be all that exciting. Now the action scenes are well presented as Dinah's solo efforts against Savant have a sense of urgency to them, and there's a nice fluid motion to the panels. However, the battle lacks any real powerful shots, as none of the blows that either fighter lands manage to convey a sense that they are making much of an impact. In fact if nothing else the shot where we see Savant's battered face was downright comical looking. However, the cover shot by Greg Land is a wonderful action shot that perfectly capture Dinah's fury. Read Full Review

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