The Birds, through the force of the Boom Tube, are in Apokolips, the 4th World. Catwoman, Black Canary, and The U.S. Marshalls are trying to survive Darkseid's World. Issue 13, which came out in November of 1999, is fire.
In addition, Ashford, Mark, and Laura talk about Gladiatrix, the Birds of Prey television show. This is a wild one. Be careful, this segment is Not Suitable For Work.
Join Feathers and Foes as Mark and Ashford discuss issue 12 of Birds of Prey. This time, Catwoman is in the mix. This fast past, train topping ride is a thrill that you have to hear. This issue has not been reprinted; however, the next volume will be out in September 2016, so be sure to read that.
In addition to the analysis of the book, we also have an interview segment with John Ostrander, who created the Suicide Squad and The Oracle. Hopefully this podcast will give you what you're looking for in a show. Cheers to you.
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Join Mark, Ligia, and Ashford as they discuss the three part conclusion to the Guy Gardner Clone story. This is a story you don't want to miss.
The Wrong Guy is a story of explosions, bullets, and alien clones. Will Black Canary be able to duck and dodge all of it???
Birds of Prey issue 11 hit the stands on August 1999; however, the cover date says October 1999. How will this Dinah/Guy team up measure up? Who knows?
Feathers and Foes are back with another episode. Issue 9 volume one features The Black Canary and Oracle, of course. Black Canary is sent on a covert mission to Koroscova to release a prisoner. This issue is action packed with explosions, guns, and running. Will Dinah make it out alive?
Welcome to Feather and Foes. Ligia, Mark, and Ashford are cover issue 8 volume 1 of Birds of Prey. Despite the cover date, this book came out in store on June 2, 1999. We are really excited because we have an appearance from the first Boy Wonder, Dick Greyson, who is now NIGHTWING. Join us as we discuss the history, the magic, the chemistry between Batman's first student, and Barbara Gordon, the first Batgirl.
Stick around as Ashford and Mark discuss the television series Birds of Prey back in 2002.
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Birds of Prey Issue 16
Black Canary is instructed by Oracle to get a foreign dignitary to safety for a fair trial. The problem is the Black Canary is having issues with the person she is rescuing, believe he is a scoundrel. Chuck Dixon serves up another action packed story with a shocking conclusion.
And be sure to listen to the segment about Birds of Prey, the 2002 series. We cover the episode, Lady Shiva. We actually loved it to bits. Online, you can stream the Birds of Prey television show on CW Seed. Watch the episodes and share what you think with us.
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The Ravens story arc has concluded. Will the Cobras control time? Will Black Canary be able to protect herself and the present day? Will the Ravens ever make it back to the future? Time will tell in this magnificent saga!
Join us as we discuss time travel, run away sea creatures, and a trio of women that are not bad guys per se, yet are not afraid to dabble in the shadiness department. Black Canary is kick-butt and kicking butt as usual.
The Ravens Strike is issue 4 Volume 1. Written by Chuck Dixon. Art team are Greg Land, Drew Geraci, and Gloria Vazquez. A new Story Arc where the Black Canary just wants to get away for some R&R, but of course, those plans will be interrupted by the Cobras, a covert operation that have contracted the Ravens, Chesire, Pistolera, and Vicious to go to the same location where Black Canary is relaxing, not intended, to retrieve something of mystery...for now.