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Most helpful customer reviews 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. Great Book By The Valeyard The back story to Huntress was top notch. The Benson sisters are taking the BOP myths to new heights. Cheers. 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. Best issue so far, with good backstory and improved art By James Thomas Jeans “Who Is Oracle?” Part 5 is easily the best issue of Batgirl and the Birds of Prey so far. Given that it’s the issue that’s had the least to do with the mystery surrounding the pretender to the Oracle name, that’s pretty telling re: the quality of this overall storyline.In this month’s issue, we delve into the (slightly retconned) history of Helena Bertinelli. Given that the Huntress is my favorite DC character, I’ve read just about every version of her back story up to this point. Pretty much the only variation I’ve skipped is Helena Wayne. So seeing Bertinelli’s history unfold once again is a double edged sword.On the one hand, I’m happy that they’ve stuck fairly close to her typically established history. With the exception of the characterization of her father – who in older versions was portrayed as a cold man who abused his wife – it’s basically business as usual: strive arises between the Bertinelli’s and a rival mob family, and Helena’s family is executed in front of her. She’s sent to live in Sicily, where she learns to fight and spends years letting the pain of loss fester within her while plotting her eventual revenge.It’s all very traditional; very safe.The one major change is that Helena seems a lot quicker to accept the notion of building a new familial unit with the Birds of Prey than she ever was pre New 52. It stand out even more when you consider this version of Helena lacks a contextual relationship with Batman and the rest of the Bat family prior to joining up with Batgirl.It works very well, and makes me hope we’ll spend more time exploring this version of Helena going forward. I don’t expect the Huntress will ever get another solo outing (at least not as an ongoing), so seeing her well utilized here makes me very happy.The “Who Is Oracle?” plot is really beginning to outstay its welcome, but this was a nice diversion into character building for my favorite member of the Birds of Prey. The book’s cliffhanger was at least slightly interesting, and leaves me curious to see where this goes next month.EDITED: I forgot to mention this initially, but I thought it was relevant enough to come back and add it to the review.Over the last four weeks I've made no secret of my dislike of Claire Roe's art style in this book. I provided some screen shots from the book in one of my previous reviews showcasing the weird choices she's made while drawing faces, particularly in close up. Well lo and behold, starting with this issue there is a new artist illustrating the book. Claire Roe is gone, replaced by Roge Antonio, who was credited as having co-illustrated issue 3 with Roe. According to the official DC website, Antonio will be working on the book through the remainder of the "Who Is Oracle?" story arc.I noticed right away that the art was different while reading it, but I initially thought Roe had simply altered her style. It wasn't until I flipped back and looked at the credits that I discovered it was a different artist. It still looks a little odd sometimes -- characters still pull incredibly weird expressions -- but the hard angles and extremely ugly close-ups are gone now (see attached image. Look at Batgirl's nose in the top panel. It looks normal.)It's an improvement, albeit a minor one.Given fan reaction to Roe's style and how close Antonio's style looks to hers minus some of the uglier stylistic choices, I wonder if this is a temporary change just to finish out the arc and a new artist will come in with the next arc, or if Antonio is the book's full-time artist now? Only time will tell. 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. . By Cynthia Wow, I actually, finally enjoyed an issue of BoP, well for the most part, they did a really good job with retelling Helena's origin, some of the writing still needs some work, like when batgirl and black canary tell huntress that they know her name and she's just pretty much like 'oh you know my name..damn.. guess I gotta tell you my story' and I also really don't like how fast Helena accepted to be a part of the birds of prey and how they are all of a sudden just besties, it kinda feels forced to me but other then that I really enjoyed this issue. See all 3 customer reviews...
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