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Book Title: Gotham City Sirens: Union|
The author of the book: Paul Dini
Edition: Titan Books Ltd
Date of issue: May 28th 2010
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Batman/Bruce Wayne is still pushing up the daisies, so it’s Ladies Night Out in Gotham City. It’s a team up of Catwoman, Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn – their agenda: watch each other’s backs.
Catwoman is still recovering from having her heart removed by Hush (and returned by the real Batman) and Poison Ivy and Harley have taken over an addled Riddler’s pad. Poison Ivy has that slinky, planty mind-control thing going on, hence Riddler’s predicament. Ivy’s powers have grown and expanded – she can communicate via plants and can create vines for subduing and gagging purposes. Harley is the ditzy-moony-can’t-get-over-The-Joker version. I’m probably in the minority here, but I prefer the smart, capable, quippy portrayal of Harley, after all, she was a psychiatrist. Some goofiness is okay; the bimbette stuff – not so much - it wears thin rather quickly.
The ladies are chasing down Hush, who’s had himself surgically altered to resemble Bruce Wayne and they also come up against Gaggy (yes, Gaggy!), the Joker’s ex-dwarf circus clown sidekick. We get to see how The Joker went from being the PG rated Gagsmith of Crime to the homicidal, psychopathic version we love and cherish.
There’s also an excellent issue about Riddler’s new legitimate detective agency (he recovered) and the requisite crappy Christmas issue here as well. Bah. Humbug.
Bottom line: This is a fun collection. One thing I can always say about Paul Dini, he knows how to write for the extended Bat family and his stuff is, at the very least, entertaining.
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Read information about the authorPaul Dini is an American television producer of animated cartoons. He is best known as a producer and writer for several Warner Bros./DC Comics series, including Star Wars: Ewoks, Tiny Toon Adventures, Batman: The Animated Series, Superman: The Animated Series, The New Batman/Superman Adventures, Batman Beyond and Duck Dodgers. He also developed and scripted Krypto the Superdog and contributed scripts to Animaniacs (he created Minerva Mink), Freakazoid, Justice League and Justice League Unlimited. After leaving Warner Bros. In early 2004, Dini went on to write and story edit the popular ABC adventure series Lost.
Paul Dini was born in New York City. He attended the Stevenson School in Pebble Beach, California on an art scholarship. He attended Emerson College in Boston, where he earned a BFA degree in creative writing. (He also took zoology classes at Harvard University.)
During college, he began doing freelance animation scripts for Filmation, and a number of other studios. In 1984, he was hired to work for George Lucas on several of his animation projects.
The episodes of the He-Man and the Masters of the Universe cartoon that were written by Dini have become favorites amongst the show's fans over the internet, although despite this as well as contributing to interviews on the released box sets of the series, Dini has made no secret of his distaste for Filmation and the He-Man concept. He also wrote an episode of the Generation One Transformers cartoon series and contributed to various episodes of the Ewoks animated series, several of which included rare appearances from the Empire.
In 1989, he was hired at Warner Bros. Animation to work on Tiny Toon Adventures. Later, he moved onto Batman: The Animated Series, where he worked as a writer, producer and editor, later working on Batman Beyond. He continued working with WB animation, working on a number of internal projects, including Krypto the Superdog and Duck Dodgers, until 2004.
He has earned five Emmy awards for his animation work. In a related effort, Dini was also the co-author (with Chip Kidd) of Batman Animated, a 1998 non-fiction coffee table book about the animated Batman franchise.
Dini has also written several comics stories for DC Comics, including an acclaimed oversized graphic novel series illustrated by painter Alex Ross. (A hardcover collection of the Dini and Ross stories was published in late summer 2005 under the title The World's Greatest Superheroes.) Other books written by Dini for DC have featured his Batman Animated creation Harley Quinn as well as classic characters Superman, Batman, Captain Marvel and Zatanna.
Best known among Dini's original creations is Jingle Belle, the rebellious teen-age daughter of Santa Claus. Dini also created Sheriff Ida Red, the super-powered cowgirl star of a series of books set in Dini's mythical town of Mutant, Texas. Perhaps his greatest character contribution is the introduction of Harley Quinn (along with designs by Bruce Timm) on Batman: The Animated Series.
In 2001 Dini made a cameo appearance in Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back during the scene in which Jay and Silent Bob wear ridiculous looking costumes for a film being directed by Chris Rock, in which Dini says to them "you guys look pretty bad ass".
In 2006, Dini became the writer for DC Comics' Detective Comics. That same year, he announced that he was writing a hardcover graphic novel starring Zatanna and Black Canary. In 2007, he was announced as the head writer of that company's weekly series, Countdown. Paul Dini is currently co-writing the script for the upcoming Gatchaman movie. Dini is also currently writing a series for Top Cow Productions, based in a character he created, Madame Mirage.
Paul Dini is an active cryptozoologist, hunter and wildlife photographer. On a 1985 trip to Tasmania, he had a possible sighting of a Thylacine. He has also encountered a number of venomous snakes, a Komodo Dragon and a charging Sumatran Rhi
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