Birds of Prey, Volume 1: Trouble in Mind

Birds of Prey Volume Trouble in Mind One is wanted for a murder she didn t commit The other is on the run because she knows too much They are Dinah Laurel Lance and Ev Crawford a k a Black Canary and Starling and joining them are the vil

  • Title: Birds of Prey, Volume 1: Trouble in Mind
  • Author: Duane Swierczynski Jesus Saiz Javier Pina
  • ISBN: 9781401236991
  • Page: 362
  • Format: Paperback
  • One is wanted for a murder she didn t commit The other is on the run because she knows too much They are Dinah Laurel Lance and Ev Crawford a.k.a Black Canary and Starling and joining them are the villainous Poison Ivy and the heroic Batgirl and together, as Gotham City s covert ops team, they re taking down the villains other heroes can t touch They are the BirdsOne is wanted for a murder she didn t commit The other is on the run because she knows too much They are Dinah Laurel Lance and Ev Crawford a.k.a Black Canary and Starling and joining them are the villainous Poison Ivy and the heroic Batgirl and together, as Gotham City s covert ops team, they re taking down the villains other heroes can t touch They are the Birds of Prey.Collecting Birds of Prey 1 7

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    1. Bear in mind that I'm new to Birds of Prey, so I have no idea how Trouble in Mind compares with older titles.Once again, this doesn't seem like much of a reboot due to the feeling that this is an ongoing continuation of older stories. Maybe it's not, but certainly didn't have an origin story feel to it.For a newbie like me, I would've liked to have known a little more about each of the Birds, and why they decided to start the team to begin with. However, I still thought the story was very entert [...]

    2. Mixed feelings here. On one hand, Birds of Prey is a fun action comic. On the other, it's ultimately a little shallow. There are questions that are left unanswered here, but it's done in such a way that leads me to believe that the writer didn't know the answers at the time. The characters have interesting enough personalities (Starling is likely to be the breakout star of the book) but act in sometimes inconsistent ways. For example, Dinah seems to be just fine with killing except for when she [...]

    3. Black Canary, EV Starling, Katana, Poison Ivy, and Batgirl join forces to defeat a villain, Choke, who controls people through nursery rhymes implanted in their heads. But it seems almost anyone can fall under the power of Choke’s words… even the Birds of Prey. “Trouble in Mind” has a lot of cool action, the characters have some nice dialogue, and the mystery of Choke was interesting, as were his murky goals. That “Birds of Prey” has killers on the squad adds a nice edge to the stori [...]

    4. Birds of Prey1Ugh Duane, and you were doing pretty well otherwise - interesting dropped-in-the-middle mystery, getting a team together, and even generally intelligent and no-more-than-needed dialogue. Characters even behaving unusually to keep me interested. But good lord of the hunt, there's got to be a better way to drop in info on our characters than their own inner monologue. "Most people don't expect the skilled martial artist to also have sonic super powers." Take a few lessons from noveli [...]

    5. Reading Trouble In Mind is a lot like watching an action-packed blockbuster movieere's not a whole lot of depth or character development, but that doesn't make it any less fun!A faceless monster is haunting Gotham City, turning unsuspecting people into living weapons. Even more frightening is that this may just be the first step towards a much larger terror plot. Now, a team of women on the run from the law try to save a city that wants them brought down. Sometimes the best person for a dirty jo [...]

    6. Once there was this costumed crime fighter known as Black Canary, whose trademark was fishnet stockings, martial arts, and a blonde wig to disguise her short, dark hair. Then, somehow, she was a "meta-human" with an odd, unexplained vocal/sonic power, and she dated Oliver Queen. Now, another somehow (called Flashpoint), she's always blonde and I'm not sure who she is anymore.Except the fishnets.So now, she lives somewhere in some city, on the run from the law for murdering someone and hangs with [...]

    7. This was not as good as I was expecting it to be, but it was still enjoyable. I liked seeing how the conflicting personalities of Black Canary, Starling, Katana, Poison Ivy, and Batgirl interacted. With saying that, the characterization was pretty good. The dialogue was alright, nothing to complain about from me. The artwork was also pretty good, too. The plot wasn't amazing, but it served its purpose and was sturdy. I'm really glad it didn't fall into the trope of a new plot every issue. Also, [...]

    8. I was really looking forward to Birds of Prey, Volume 1: Trouble in Mind. Perhaps I hyped myself up for it a little too much, because ultimately I'm feeling a tad disappointed.As a relatively new comic reader, I was convinced that it would be great to get into these worlds through The New 52 titles. But I'm starting to notice a pattern with these titles and that is, they feel less like 'new' stories. I think it's really misleading to attach 'new' to something, because I personally would anticipa [...]

    9. Women and comics, women in comics, is such a point of contention that it's hard to broach the subject in a manner befitting the gravitas of the situation, as well as without ruffling feathers. I'm a huge fan of women creators, and great female lead characters in books. I'm a minority in that, though, it seems. Especially when it comes to the current heads of DC. It's a big good-ol'-boys-club there and shows no sign of opening their doors any wider to let in the plethora of female talent begging [...]

    10. I loved Starling. This was my first time seeing the character and I want to know so much more about her. I liked the story and can't wait to read the next volume.

    11. I enjoyed this book! I'm fairly new to DC, I've been slowing inching in for the last 2 years and all I hear is "Be wary of the N52. There's bad characterization and unnecessary changes to backstories." I get where that comes from, Marvel retcons a lot but usually keeps that to different universes. Anyway, luckily, I started with pre 52 Birds of Prey books so I have some reference for how this series was different.I am a huge fan on pre 52 Birds of Prey. Even with an ever changing lineup of chara [...]

    12. Probably more like a 3.5 stars.Birds of Prey sees four female superheroes - Black Canary (Dinah), Starling (Evelyn), Katana (Tatsu), and Poison Ivy (Pam) - team up to solve a crime. It seems that someone named Choke is able to control a person's mind, turn them into anything from a silent radio to a human bomb. Occasionally Batgirl joins them to help them out.I liked the actual characters for the most part (even if I felt that Batgirl's appearances were just to show off Batgirl, not because Batg [...]

    13. Is it okay that I have a huge crush on illustrated comic book babes? When I was a kid I was in love with Rainbow Brite, so I guess I've just graduated to the big leagues. I've always thought Black Canary was just awesome; so calm under pressure, and just real. Her and Green Arrow were always a good team. Love Katana, and her conversations with her sword. Starling is just the coolest, most reckless, and gorgeous super heroine in Gotham. And, I can't forget, Poison Ivy and eventually Batgirl round [...]

    14. I love reading about tough, independent ladies. Positives of this reboot are that teamwork is strong, and Black Canary's narration drives the story. Also, Batgirl does not smile even once. I love her when she has gravitas, and here she has it. Some downsides, though. Poison Ivy's powers and personality confused me; she seemed both misplaced and overpowered. And though the premise was fascinating, it failed to make me suspend disbelief. One hard thing about superhero comics is that they have to b [...]

    15. The writing in this volume is great. Duane Swierczynski maintains a very suspenseful plot throughout. Each issue is full of action. This volume establishes what I think is a new villain, and I am very interested in seeing what direction this story will go into in the future. This series really handles the connection between the books in the Batfamily the best. This is one of my favorite titles in the New 52.I like several parts of the new team. Starling is a pretty interesting new character, and [...]

    16. Die Birds of Prey haben bei mir mächtig einen Stein im Brett, und wahrscheinlich hat es gerade deswegen lange gedauert, bis ich mich an die New 52 - Version meiner Damenlieblingskombo herangetraut habe. Von der Besetzung der ersten Jahre ist nur Black Canary dabei, dazu gekommen sind jetzt Poison Ivy, Katana und Starling; ein Gastspiel gibt Batgirl, die früher an den Rollstuhl gefesselt als Oracle an Bord war.Als erstes ist festzustellen, dass Jesus Saiz die Damen heiß in Szene zu setzen wei [...]

    17. As a longtime reader, one of the questions that I have whenever I start reading one of DC's New 52 trades is, "How much of what went on before is still in continuity, and how much are things starting over?" I liked the previous Birds of Prey series a lot (both Chuck Dixon's stuff and, later, Gail Simone's), but I'm not sure how much is relevant here. Black Canary and Batgirl/Barbara Gordon know one another, but was there a Birds of Prey group before? Was Babs Oracle? I don't know from reading th [...]

    18. From the beginning this version of the Birds of Prey is slightly different than the pre-New 52 ones. It's much more about taking the heroes and the villains who are in the grey and pointing them (mostly) towards the greater good (sorta). Not to mention, it's started by Dinah Lance, Black Canary, and she's the one who asks Batgirl (Barbara Gordon) to pitch in here and there. I was happy to see that the writers kept the friendship between Batgirl and Black Canary there. That was one of my favorite [...]

    19. I'm relatively new to Birds of Prey, and knowing that this series crosses over into the Court of Owls storyline prompted me to pick it up. My experience with this series prior to the New 52 was strictly due to my allegiance to Gail Simone. I liked some of the characters: Starling and Katana seem to have some character quirks that will keep them interesting for a while, but Black Canary, Poison Ivy and Batgirl are completely watered-down versions of there former selves; there is really nothing th [...]

    20. I've liked the Birds of Prey I read set in Brightest Day, but there were still some issues with itever, this New 52 is right bang on.Black Canary and Starling (who by the way, is a fantastic character, I really hope they don't screw her up) are the base for this Birds team, Barbara Gordon/Batgirl wants nothing to do with the team, but suggests Katana, who joins, and the surprise member is Poison Ivy, who brings a little something different to the table. It's nice to have a team full of women, wi [...]

    21. This book had a lot of strikes against it going in for me. I actually like the novels I've read from Duane Swierczynski but I didn't care for this at all. Part of that was I liked Chuck Dixon and Gail Simone 's take on the characters. Part of it was I loathed the entire reboot. And I really didn't like any of the costume redesigns. Up until this came out, I had every single appearance of the Birds of Prey, from specials, limited series, and the various runs of the book. This one I dropped. No di [...]

    22. This is the best Birds of Prey I've read that wasn't written by Gail Simone. I didn't even miss Babs in her Oracle role, which is shocking because Oracle was one of my favorite comic characters. But the presence of new character Starling (taking over the role that used to be Lady Blackhawk's) made for a very fun dynamic, and the use of Poison Ivy (in appropriate attire for once, too) and Katana made for very enjoyable action and banter. The villain was relatively creative, and worked well as a f [...]

    23. All I know of the Birds of Prey are some of the cartoon and that Gail Simone had a good run a few years ago. Basically, my context is limited.The good news is that this trade is good. It's fun, has a good mix between action and exposition, and the art is noticeable without being distracting.The defensive is that, on a whole, the story feels long and a little all over the place. A few times I felt like I wanted to just get on with it, never good with how short graphic trades tend to be. I wanted [...]

    24. This is good when it's good and terrible when it's bad. The team is fine and Batgirl's cameos are nice but the villain is dull. He's the really lame Moriarty of this mystery book. His troops fall faster than Vader's stormtroopers or Shredder's footsoldiers so they're really no fun. The most enjoyment is found in the interpersonal relationships between the 'heroines.' Poison Ivy and Katana are probably the most interesting characters in this volume as Starling's origins are kind of murky and Blac [...]

    25. As with most of the New 52, the story in this volume is too decompressed, just continuing on and on. However, that’s my only major complaint with the volume. Swierczynski has put together a good team of “Birds” here, and he does a great job of characterizing them as interesting individuals. Beyond that his somewhat noir and somewhat espionage adventure really seems to play to his strengths, resulting in a fun story.

    26. Swierczynski's written some terrific novels but his comic book work to date has been awful. Here though, he's redeemed himself quite nicely. Perfectly written mystery and very enjoyable. The artist does a fine job. The only distraction is the terrible costume designs for the heroes. I hate them. Completely. On every character. Who in their right mind would take Black Canary out of her classic fish net stockings and black jacket? What's with the shoulder pads it's not 1980!

    27. The characterization was great, I particularly liked Starling and Katana. However, there was a lot of pacing issues in this volume, and the story did get too complicated as it went further along. Having Poison Ivy on the team was a great move, it makes you wonder what her aims are, and that is revealed in later issues.

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