Birds of Prey

This month’s “Birds of Prey” did not have much story development, but made up for it with quality action.

Birds of Prey #21 was an issue I thoroughly enjoyed from this week’s selection from the Batman corner of the DC universe.

This issue was action packed. There are few quiet moments to go around, as the Talon, Calvin, must kill a rogue Talon, named Strix, in order to save his family.

From there, it is mostly action, the only quiet moment is scene concerning the romance of Black Canary and Condor.

However, most of the excitement comes in the battle between Calvin and Strix. Personally, I found this battle to be very exciting, especially the aerial action that takes place.

It is important to note that this issue was very decompressed, meaning that the story did not actually advance much. The plot developments came at the end of the story.

However, the action left me on the edge of my seat, and made the issue a lot of fun to read.

The writer Christy Marx did a good job of presenting us with an exciting issue, and the artist Romano Moelenaar did a great job presenting the action in an exciting and comprehensive way, which is never an easy task.

Overall, I enjoyed the issue a lot, but it was mostly action, which leaves me without much to write about. I am excited to see where this story goes, and even though this issue was pretty a much a big fight, it was a good fight.