Birds of Prey #77

Writer: Gail Simone Artist: Tom Derenick Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: December 15, 2004 Critic Reviews: 1
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The Birds of Prey continue their new anti-vigilante mission and it pits Black Canary and Huntress against the female terror known as Harvest! But in the rural area where she operates, some folks consider her a hero. Can the Birds save a populace who don't seem to want salvation?

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Dec 22, 2004

    First off I have to give the cover full marks for managing to capture the unsettling quality of the story inside, as how can one not be intrigued by the look of terror on Dinah's face. As for the interior art Tom Derenick is always a welcome guest-artist as he tells the story in a clear, visually exciting manner, with his work on the opening sequence doing a wonderful job of conveying the nightmarish quality of the creature. The art also manages to sell the personality of Zinda, as I loved her face when she enters the bar and recognizes the song playing on the jukebox. There's also some solid work on the final sequence as our two heroes are confronted by the killer, with the final page of the issue doing a nice job of selling the danger the two women are in. My only quibble with the art on this issue, is the panel where Barbara's wearing the Oracle mask, as her body looks out of proportion. Read Full Review

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