Blockbuster is on Oracle's trail, which is quite understandable, she has been draining money out of his accounts for years, and now he is going to make her pay up. Black Canary is in the Jungle, trying to duck and dodge Blockbuster's hired guns. This is a story that is part of a 4 issues crossover between the Birds of Prey book and Nightwing, both written by Chuck Dixon. Join us!!!
Dick Greyson, Tim Drake, and Ted Kord are all in this issue. A fun romp right before we get into the Hunt for Oracle. There is even an appearance from Jason Bard, Barbara Gordon's ex-fiance.
Hateful is written by Chuck Dixon. Art Team = Pencils -Dick Giordano; Inker -Jackson Guice and Gloria Vasquez as the colorist.
This is a civil war story. Although this was written in the year 2000, the themes are timeless, of course. While Black Canary is trying to survive the violence that is happening in Transbelvia, Oracle is trying to balance her work life, helping Dinah, and her social life, which happens to be Jason Bard, her ex-fiance.
Feathers and Foes are also covering the animated Killing Joke movie. This episode is action packed for your listening pleasure.
This was a fun episode with some intense content. Nuclear Roulette stars the usual line up with an assist from Power Girl! Ashford, Mark, and Laura also did the retrospective about the Birds of Prey television show. Feathers and Foes have covered the television show since March of this year. What will we do without it? I will miss it, indeed.
The Joker's Tale is the second saga for this new direction of the Birds. You will not want to miss what is cooking in this book. Guys, we have a Joker story with OUTSTANDING art. If you don't have this book, get it now.
Feathers and Foes are also covering the last episode of the television series, Feathers and Foes.
Feathers and Foes are excited to talk about the new Rebirth Batgirl and the Birds of Prey series written by Shawna Benson and Julie Benson. Art by Claire Roe. We usually upload our podcast on Fridays, but we are excited about getting the dialogue going today. Please join us in the conversation by contacting us on Twitter @feathersandfoes.
Face Time is like a new season for the Birds of Prey. Oracle is away from her workstation, meeting up with Bumblebeeb, and Black Canary is getting settled in her new apartment in Gotham. For an opening story to bring in the new millennium, this story ranges from internet dating, to domestic abuse, to terrorism.
Feathers and Foes are also talking about the penultimate episode of the WB original series, Birds of Prey. You don't want to miss the action that will lead to the ultimate finale.
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Mark, Ligia, Jordan, and Ashford did a panel about the Birds of Prey: Women and Diversity in comics. We had a great turn out with an excellent moderator, Laura. The discussion ranged from diverse representation in comics to gate keeping in fandom.
We understand that the topic is not only important, but sensitive, and by no means do we feel as if we are giving definitive authority on any of these topics. Really, the whole point of this panel was to get the conversation going.
Unfortunately, we were pressed for time. Some of the Q&A made it to the podcast, but the dialogue continued after the panel as well.
This is the final installment of this Fourth World adventure, featuring the Birds with assists from Catwoman and Power Girl. Will the Black Canary, Catwoman, and the U.S. Marshals be able to get back to Earth? Who will win the battle between the fury of Lashina and her ribbons vs. Catwoman and the whip?
In addition to all of this, Mark, Ashford, and Laura are discussing the episode Reunion of the Birds of Prey television series. Remember, you can stream the episodes on CWSeed.
This is also the last issue of the 20th Century. And if the tears haven't fallen yet, the art team is changing as well. It was such a good run, but the new art team looks promising, and Chuck Dixon is handling the script, so we can trust that the Birds are in good hands.
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