"The Warrior Wake of Zinda Blake": As the heroes gathers on the East Coast to give Big Barda a proper funeral, Zinda Blake is traveling cross-country in a Metropolis taxi - much to the chagrin of Masoud, the driver of the taxi. Along the way, she is attacked by Falsefac


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Birds of Prey #112 is an issue of the series Birds of Prey (Volume 1) with a cover date of January, 2008.

Synopsis for "The Warrior Wake of Zinda Blake"

As the heroes gathers on the East Coast to give Big Barda a proper funeral, Zinda Blake is traveling cross-country in a Metropolis taxi - much to the chagrin of Masoud, the driver of the taxi. Along the way, she is attacked by Falseface and White Star, who plan to kidnap her and have Falseface take her place within Oracle's organization. However, she manages to elude them, with the help of Masoud, and the two continue to Zinda's ultimate destination - the bar attached to Edwards Air Force Base, where the Blackhawks spent many happy off-hours. Here, Zinda places a picture of Barda on the wall of fallen aviators, next to the rest of the Blackhawks, and makes a solemn toast before she begins drinking - "May you live for as long as you want... and want to, for as long as you live."

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  • Masoud (Single appearance)

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