Birds of Prey, Vol. 1: Trouble in Mind
Publish date: September 18th 2012
Publisher: DC Comics
Pages no: 160
Edition language: English
Series: Birds of Prey III (#1)
I bought this about 2 months ago and just got to it, but then I ripped through it. It was a really quick read. This book follows a set of super-mostly-villainous ladies, I picked it up because my patron saint Poison Ivy is in this crew. While I really enjoyed this story line and want to pick up t...
Probably more like a 3.5 stars.Birds of Prey sees four female superheroes - Black Canary (Dinah), Starling (Evelyn), Katana (Tatsu), and Poison Ivy (Pam) - team up to solve a crime. It seems that someone named Choke is able to control a person's mind, turn them into anything from a silent radio to ...
Mixed feelings here. On one hand, Birds of Prey is a fun action comic. On the other, it's ultimately a little shallow. There are questions that are left unanswered here, but it's done in such a way that leads me to believe that the writer didn't know the answers at the time. The characters have inte...
Reading Trouble In Mind is a lot like watching an action-packed blockbuster movie...there's not a whole lot of depth or character development, but that doesn't make it any less fun!A faceless monster is haunting Gotham City, turning unsuspecting people into living weapons. Even more frightening is ...
Wow, I loved everything about this team. The humor, the pacing, the dialogue was absolutely fantastic. Starling is not a character I knew very much going into the series, but man do I love her now.
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