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BATGIRL
Silent Running
by Scott Peterson, Kelley Puckett, Robert Campanella,
& Damion Scott
Paperback: 144 pages
DC Comics
ISBN: 1563897059
$12.95
The New Batgirl burst onto the scene in Batman: No Man's Land, Volume 3. From the start, she made a huge impact on the flow of the storyline. From her new take on the Batgirl mythos, to her unusual personal situations, every moment of this book is exciting and interesting. I read this book 2 times in a row, right off the bat (no pun intended). Batgirl is a 17 year old girl with no speech development in her brain, all her life, she's been deprived of speech, and taught to fight instead. Her brain workes off of body language and movement instead of words and meanings. 
Her struggle to make a place for herself in light of this situation is very well written, truly a heartfelt and moving adventure. Her relationship with Oracle (Barbara Gordon, the former Batgirl) and Batman is a completely unique take on the Mentor-student role.
BIRDS OF PREY
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BLACK CANARY
& ORACLE
Written by Chuck Dixon & Jordan B. Gorfinkel
Art by Gary Frank, Matt Haley, Stefano Raffaele, Jennifer Graves, John Dell, Bob McLeod,
& Wade Von Grawbadger
Cover by Gary Frank & John Dell
Paperback: 208 pages
DC Comics
ISBN: 156389484X
$17.95
The earliest adventures of Black Canary and Oracle the BIRDS OF PREY are collected in an affordable trade paperback. Reprinting the BLACK CANARY/ORACLE: BIRDS OF PREY one-shot, the 4-issue BIRDS OF PREY: MANHUNT miniseries, the BIRDS OF PREY: REVOLUTION one-shot and the BIRDS story from SHOWCASE '96 #3, these stories find Oracle and the Canary assisted by unlikely allies such as Catwoman, the Huntress and Lois Lane.
In this book, former member of the JLA, Black Canary, gets into and out of all sorts of adventures with the help of Oracle, the crippled heroinne once known as Batgirl. This graphic novel features the first issue of the comic BIRDS OF PREY, as well as issues including Lois Lane, Catwoman, Huntress, and Lady Shiva. The interaction between Black Canary, devil-may-care adventuress, and Oracle, the responsible daughter of Comissioner Gordon, is amusing. It's a good book full of fun. Recommend to anyone who enjoys action-oriented comics.
BLACK CANARY
Archives: Volume One
by Gardner Fox, Carmine Infantino, & Alex Toth, et al
Hardcover: 228 pages
DC Comics
ISBN: 1563897342
$49.95
A One-Volume Journey Thru' the History of a Heroinne

Written by Robert Kanigher, Gardner Fox and Dennis O'Neil
Art by Carmine Infantino, Murphy Anderson, Alex Toth, Joe Giella, and Bernard Sachs
Cover by Infantino and Giella 

This deluxe hardbound volume covers the entire range of the Black Canary's four-color career:
  • FLASH COMICS #86-104, August 1947 through February 1949,

  •      featuring:
              Her first appearance in Johnny Thunder, issue # 86
              Her first solo adventure in issue # 92
              (Issue #104 was the last Golden Age issue of FLASH COMICS);
  • COMICS CALVACADE # 25, February/March 1948;
  • BRAVE AND THE BOLD #'S 61-62, September 1965, November 1965

  •      featuring the origins of Starman and Black Canary, with art by Murphy Anderson;
  • ADVENTURE COMICS # 399, November 1970

  •      featuring an unpublished Golden Age story;
  • ADVENTURE COMICS #'s 418-419, April/May 1972
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