I don’t think there’s a whole lot of crossover in DC Comics anymore.
If you’ve been reading comics, you know that.
I think that there are a couple of characters that I’d say are a bit more unique than the others.
That being said, the crossover in these three DC Universe titles that I want to talk about are:The Birds of Prey, which is set to come out in May of 2019, has a new story arc, and a new, somewhat villainous character.
That’s a pretty big departure from the previous two issues.
I’d also like to talk a bit about this crossover, which sees a character who looks like the Dark Knight appear in Gotham City.
The Birds of Proselytism are a bunch of characters who look like Batman and his Batmen, but they’re not villains.
They’re sort of like, well, you get the idea.
It’s sort of an amalgam of all the classic Batman villains that we’ve seen before.
The new Birds of Praying, on the other hand, are a little bit more sinister, and they’re pretty much all in their 20s.
These are characters who have been around for years, and have all sort of changed a little since the comics were first published.
There’s a new villain, and then we get to see him being a sort of a part of the Birds of Prayer’s plan to bring in the new Dark Knight.
I want you to check out these two pages and think about what they’re doing.
The other is, I’d like to start out with the Birds’ new villain.
It looks a lot like the Penguin.
I’ll admit that I’m a little confused by this name.
It sounds a little familiar, but I don’s a little of a Penguin fan, and I think this name is kind of the opposite of that.
Penguin, a villain from Batman, isn’t really something you’d expect to see in the Birds.
Penguin is the Penguin, of course, but he’s also a different villain.
The Penguin is a little different, a little more sinister.
The characters from The Birds have been doing a little weird stuff in the past.
I know that they’re supposed to be in Gotham, but this new villain is a big departure for The Birds.
In The Birds, you’ve got a new guy called the Dark One.
He’s got a super-human strength and super-speed.
He can jump really high, but it looks like he can’t jump very far.
This new villain has a super strength.
He also looks a little like Batman.
In the Birds, Batman has been kind of a punching bag, but now, with this new guy, he’s a superhero.
This guy is Batman, but with the power of the Dark Ones.
You can see in that last page that the Birds are actually trying to bring the Darkone into the Birds fold.
I also want to mention the Birds who are about to get married.
They get married in a new issue.
It seems like they’re going to have a little wedding, and this new version of The Birds is going to be the one who gets married.
The marriage is pretty weird.
They were going to tie the knot in this issue, but then it gets thrown out because it was too big.
They go with this very simple idea, that this is going be a family, and you’re going see the Birds marry each other.
They all have to be together, so they don’t end up having kids.
That would be very odd for this new, less serious issue.
They also get married and have kids, but in a different way.
The kids are sort of not part of their life.
The wedding is very different.
The ceremony itself is sort of this sort of dance thing, and it’s pretty fun.
But then there’s this other big change.
They have a daughter.
In Birds, the Birds were always kind of on their own, because Batman was always the hero, but The Birds were sort of on the outside, trying to help Batman.
They went out and started to help him, but not the way Batman was helping them.
The way he was helping the Birds was by using the Birds to help Gotham.
The idea of the marriage, and the kids’ arrival, is a pretty weird one.
It makes no sense.
You could just say, this is all sort a big plot point that’s not really going to come to fruition.
But the story is still going to go on.
There are a lot of cool characters in this new issue, and these are characters that are sort like the Birds in that they all kind of fit in together, or at least they all fit in the world of the new Birds.
The finale, of the issue, is sort a bit of a cliffhanger.
There were a lot more issues planned, and that’s sort a nice touch.
I don ‘t think that you can expect much of a change from the