Birds of Prey: Catwoman / Oracle

No. 2 (2003)

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Birds of Prey: Catwoman / Oracle
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Birds of Prey: Catwoman / Oracle
Story continues from "Birds of Prey: Batgirl / Catwoman" No. 1. In the present day, Oracle and Catwoman team up to take down a ruthless Catwoman impersonator whom the two saved years before. Features the vampire Erich Darque.

Writer: John Francis Moore
Artist: Dave Ross

Published by DC Comics

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