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Issue 31     February, 2001

This Issue:
Birds of Prey!


by Erik Burnham

Erik gets 15 questions with the red-hot artist of Birds of Prey!.


by Constance Cochrane

Why read Birds of Prey?


by David R. Black


by Michael Condon

Test your knowledge!


by David R. Black & Michael Hutchison

It needed to be said.

 

Birds Of Prey
"Birds of Prey" by Ted Bragg
Comic Book Quote of the Month:
Black Canary: "Speaking as a newcomer, I love the idea of working with more experienced people. It'd almost be like the old Justice Society of America. "
Green Lantern: "That's a thought. We could call ourselves Justice Society II."
Flash: "Uh uh. We need something more contemporary. Catchier. Something like… the Avengers."
Black Canary: "Nah. People would confuse us with the other guys. You know…John Steed and Emma Peel."
Secret Origins #32

Art & Fiction:

The New Villain Profile Art Challenge


Judging of the Action Art Challenge


Read the specifics for Vile Vial entries! Villains are heroes, heroes are villains, with several courses of action to pursue. Enjoy!


by David J. LoTempio

A Catwoman who can't steal, Prometheus a member of the Justice League, and an ending that threatens justice for all.


by David R. Black

A JLA team attempts to stop the Flashes.


by Nicolas Juzda

WHO can stop…the INFERIOR FIVE???


by Robert Doucette

Bruce Wayne uses Waynecorp resources to develop a new concept.


by Terri Hayes

The aftermath of Barbara Gordon's crippling injury, as seen through the eyes of Nightwing.


by Michael Rees

Black Canary must rescue an innocent in the middle of a fight with Intergang.


by Syl Francis

A Waynecorp employee has a mysterious encounter with a woman. No, we're not that kind of magazine. Get your head out of the gutter.


by Terri Hayes

The anniversary of Barbara's encounter with Joker.


by Adrian Tullberg

Adrian strikes again with another short satire!


Where fan art shines like a Green Lantern's ring!

Departments:

by Ye Olde Editor


by Chaim Mattis Keller

Columns:

by Chaim Mattis Keller

HEADLINE: Gordon of Gotham Retires


by Bruce Bachand

JLA #50


by John Wells

Two timelines this month:
Black Canary Timeline
Barbara Gordon Timeline


by David R. Black

Nightwings Reviewed


by Matt Morrison

JLA: Act of God and What's Wrong with BoP.


art by Bill Wiist

…and a sneak peak of next month's issue!


Still need something to read? We recommend…


Next Month:

Affirmative Action Comics

Women, Minorities and the Disabled in the DCU
(Oh, great…we used up all the Oracle stuff THIS month!)

Plus a review of the unedited Batman Beyond

 
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