I guess this could be a Girl Power collection of comments. I just want to give some opinion on this books that I read.
Birds of Prey #12 – Oracle is dead, long live Oracle. Barbara has let the world believe Oracle is gone and now Gail Simone is free to just return to her set of stories for a bit. This is a neat covert ops story. It has a very twisted ending as well. It is neat seeing Lady Blackhawk do more than drive a car or fly a plane. Since Gail returned she has really brought this character to the forefront of the group. Most reviewers I read commented on the Question being in the story. Everyone is speculating that She will join. I am not sure she needs to be a regular. The team is a bit crowded as it is right now. Great book as always.
Power Girl#24 – Had DC not announced the reboot of some characters and the new number 1's I was on my way to dropping PG. I love the character and supporting cast, but like normal Judd Winick just does nothing for me as a reader. I have nothing against the guy. I gave him a chance. I just do not find his storytelling all that fascinating. I have this sense/fear that many of the DC titles I read will disappear when this reboot that is not a reboot happens. So I am basically on until August. Either I am wrong and the fact that Winick remains writer has me drop the book, or I get to try a new creator out on the book. If I am correct and it is canceled, then I have no decision to make.
Supergirl #64 – The current story concludes. It is a nice little team up tale of how Supergirl is capable of defending Metropolis while Big Blue is wandering the country. Has two of my favorite newer characters, Blue Beetle and Miss Martian and the little boy we are to love to hate, Robin. Just a nice tale that respects the fact that Supergirl is a great heroine. Plus I still love the new look. All women do not keep long hair. Her current hairstyle fits what many women I see and know have as there personal cut.
Zatanna #13 – I use to use the term “bridge story” when I was reviewing comics at PBR. It was how I describe a story that was a connector to the things that had come before and the new action about to happen. It is a way to catch your breath as a reader. This issue is one of those. It has some humor with the weird fortune telling cat. The Spectre is a foreshadowing of future plot development. What is of most importance is that Detective Colton finds out something very important about himself. Brother Night escapes and finds out as well. It will lead us into a neat place for the story of Zatanna I think.
So there is a bit of my thoughts on some of the books I read. No time for full reviews, but I wanted to comment.