Birds of Prey #80

Writer: Gail Simone Artist: Ed Benes Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: March 16, 2005 Critic Reviews: 1
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It's the final showdown between the Birds of Prey and the Metropolis vigilante known as Thorn! Meanwhile, Oracle discovers a disturbing presence in cyberspace, and a revelation within their ranks means the end of one Bird's tenure on the team!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Mar 18, 2005

    This is Ed Benes's final issue, and while his work did grab my attention on occasion, and he had a pretty good eye when it came to the action sequences, the biggest problem I found myself having with his art is that there were a few too many times where it felt like he was trying too hard to make the stars of this series all drop dead gorgeous women. Cheesecake art is all well and good, as long as the art doesn't let it become the dominate characteristic of the issue. These characters were forever adopting sexy photo shoot poses, or the characters' assets would be the central feature in the panel, and I found myself openly wondering if the art was even trying to tell the story. Still, there are some nice moments in this issue, as there's a smile inducing scene where Dinah performs a very painful takedown move. The art also does a lovely job conveying the sudden change of emotion as Helena starts to question the way things played out. Read Full Review

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