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Here’s what you may have missed on RazorFine Reviews this weekend: season premieres of Longmire and The Blacklist, a Blu-ray review of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows, reviews of episodes of Stranger Things and The Good Life, and comic reviews for new issues of Wonder Woman and Batgirl and the Birds of Prey.

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Following the events of Batgirl and the Birds of Prey: Rebirth #1, Batgirl and Black Canary chase down Huntress whose vengeance over mobsters has criss-crossed their search into the new criminal Oracle. The comic’s events turn the adversaries into reluctant partners in the search for both Oracle and Fenice (whose snake soldiers are likely to give the gals trouble over the next few issues).

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Seeing how I’m doubly missing Batman: The Brave and the Bold now that the comic has been cancelled as well, I thought this worth sharing. Here’s Catwoman, Black Canary and the Huntress performing their number from “The Masks of Matches Malone!” in which they try to jump start Batman‘s memories by reminding him of his friends in the DCU.

“Birds of Prey” from Batman: The Brave and The Bold

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One final round of random awesomeness before the new year!

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It takes more than half the issue but Batgirl finally joins the team. The addition of Batgil may mean good things for the future of the comic but it doesn’t do much to help out here as the story is still stuck in neutral with invisible ninja assassins and super-secret scientists planting bombs in peoples heads.

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Michelle Sciuto is an artist from the United States with an obvious love for the Bat-Family that we can appreciate. Check out more of her work on her Tumblr page and in her deviantART gallery.

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After a week off, we’re back for 2 weeks of comic-goodness! There’s a whole mess of great this week, and what could possibly be better than listen to two rambling fools tackle the pulls of the week?

But wait! There’s more! Aaron and Alan tackle Tintin, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, and Mission Impossible – Ghost Protocol, as well as weigh in on the trailer for a particular bat-themed vigilante.

Like total chumps we overlooked the release of Atomic Robo: The Ghost of Station X #4 (probably because the Cap’n & I are sad our dearest holiday wish for Atomic Robo figures has yet to see fruition), but holy crap: this is one of the best comics going this season, and if you’re not reading it you should be ashamed of yourself.

Many Bothans died to get us this podcast, so you should honor their sacrifice by listening below (or via iTunes)

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The entire team is assembled (well, almost, but we’ll get to that in a minute). Black Canary‘s worst fears are realized as Starling and Kantana are less than thrilled with the fact that Poison Ivy has joined the team. To tell the truth, I’m with them.

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Today’s Wallpaper Wednesday celebrates a few of television and comics’ female heroes.

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When last we left the new Birds they had just gotten a reporter blown up in broad daylight in the middle of a crowded airport. After escaping the airport Black Canary and Starling collect the third member of their team and look for answers.

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