Birds of Prey #78

Writer: Gail Simone Artist: Tom Derenick Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: January 19, 2005 Critic Reviews: 1
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In this issue, Black Canary and Huntress bring down the terrifying, life-stealing vigilante Harvest, and one member of the team may pay the ultimate price for her past! But Harvest doesn't give up without leaving a few bodies behind...

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jan 31, 2005

    First off I have to say that if that apple head granny panel is supposed to represent what Dinah is going to look like in twenty years, than it's probably for the best that the comic characters are forever stuck in their mid-twenties. As for the rest of the art I have to say Tom Derenick's work on this issue looks like a rush job, as the background detailing is rather sparse, and his figure work/facial expression both have a rough quality to them that I never really noticed in his previous work. Now the art tells the story in a clear enough manner, and the action has some nice impact shots, with Dinah's final attack being visually impressive. However, the art really could've done a better job of playing up the horror element of Harvest, as she looks more like a young woman than an evil entity that is terrorizing our heroes. I did rather enjoy the cover image though, as it does a nice job of selling the ominous quality of Harvest. Read Full Review

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