Black Canary gets beaten and kidnapped in Birds of Prey 56 through 59. The Huntress shows up in a sexy new costume, and some great combat pursues in this story. The story line is called “Of Like Minds” and revolves around blackmail and kidnapping to get Oracle to reveal Batman’s secret identity.
In Birds of Prey 57, after we see Black Canary beaten (Dinah) she is then handcuffed to a bed with her throat damaged. Her stockings are ripped to shreds for some reason. Dinah breaks her own wrists to get out of the cuffs and, with a hurt leg as well, things get interesting as she tries to escape.
The artwork in “Of Like Minds” comic issues are damn good. But there is something about the artwork that must be noticed, and that is the volume of butt shots. Do not get me wrong, a fit butt can be a beautiful thing. However, Ed Benes, the artist, has made it his absolute mission to stick endless butts in your face. I have never seen so many butts in my life. The camera angle is often at the height of a small child. And this small child is always facing a woman’s butt.
Ed Benes is a renowned Brazilian comic artist, widely recognized for his detailed and expressive characters. Displaying his talent across numerous publishers, including significant contributions to DC Comics and Marvel, Benes has left an indelible impact on the comic industry. Aside from his unforgettable illustrating style, he is also a co-founder of the Ed Benes Studio, giving artists the platform to develop and showcase their skills. With a flux of creative works under his belt, Ed Benes’s skillful renderings exude the passion and craft synonymous with his impressive illustration career.
Birds of Prey, a renowned DC Comics series, showcases the adventures and crime-fighting efforts of an all-female team of extraordinary superheroes. The team is mainly composed of Batgirl, Black Canary, and Huntress, who unite their unique set of skills and powerful personalities to eradicate evil in the city. This comic series, first introduced in 1995, has captured the hearts of countless readers with its engaging storytelling and dynamic illustrations. Birds of Prey not only delivers action-packed sequences but also highlights empowering stories about the resilience, courage, and teamwork demonstrated by these formidable female crime fighters.
There isn’t anything else to say except this story is cool, sexy, and action packed. You would be a loser not to read it. (affiliate link) Now you aren’t a loser, are you?