My most sincere welcome to first time visitors!  Hope you enjoy the art, gallery, and few posts I have put together so far.  Can’t get into too much detail quite yet, but I can say there is much much more to come.  This site has been a long time coming and I hope it and you, my fellow Boppers, have a long and happy relationship ahead of you.

Birds of Prey was a show that flew far too briefly, but left and impact on me and many others that is nearly immeasurable.  It has a constant and supportive fan community that has never turned their back on the show or the talent behind it.  All the same, the fans have never been properly treated ( I mean, just look at the DVD release).  This site will do its very best to change all that.  New fan art, editorials, and of course podcasts are on the way.  Initially, the podcasts will be just me and a friend or two, but I am hoping to get more exciting guests in the future.  In the mean time, I hope you enjoy poking around the site and stay tuned for updates in the near future.



What made the Birds of Prey series finale what it was?  The final fight.  And what made the final fight?  The original music.  For anyone who has only seen the official DVD release of Birds of Prey, much of the music originally used in the show was replaced with cheaper songs.  Perhaps the most offensive example of this is the final fight music; a nothing fem-pop tune on the DVD, but originally T.A.T.U.’s “All the Things She Said”.

A great song, it served perfectly as the driving rhythm behind the Clocktower siege and played out over the whole scene.  Since then though, the song and the band were largely silent, with many wondering “What faux lesbian Russian duo”?  Well, not any more.  Because T.A.T.U. just played the friggin’ Olympics.

That’s right folks, notorious homophobe President Putin apparently forgot to set a Google alert for Russian lesbian singing duo and wound up inviting the perfect girls to the opening ceremonies.   And as far as I can tell, a good day for T.A.T.U. is a good day for B.O.P.


Still Love for Birds

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Great news!  The perfect first post just fell into my lap.  Looks like there is still a lot of love out there for a small screen version of Birds of Prey.  According to an article on io9 this morning, the CW’s Arrow will soon be devoting a whole episode to the premise, even titling the episode “Birds of Prey”.  Their Huntress will be returning to confront Green Arrow and Black Canary.  Now if only we could get a wheelchair-bound red head in the mix and we’d have ourselves a party.