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Vixen: Return of the Lion

3.55 of 5 stars 3.55  ·  rating details  ·  58 ratings  ·  6 reviews
On a mission against the mega-mobsters of Intergang, the Justice League makes a stunning discovery revealing the truth behind the death of Vixen's mother. Long ago, poachers were fingered in her murder, but stunning proof arrives exposing the identity of her real killer! And the man responsible is still alive, making a vicious play for power in the homeland Vixen left year ...more
Paperback, 128 pages
Published December 22nd 2009 by DC Comics (first published 2009)
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:-). yeah, was cool. highly recommended. want more of her. loved a lot of the cover art, too. my fav was the one with the gazelle.
Eric Klee
In the 1980s when DC Comics changed the line-up for the Justice League of America to include fledglings Vixen, Gypsy, Commander Steel, and Vibe, I was not impressed. These newcomers were JLA material? A girl (Gypsy) running around in bare feet? Methinks not.

Now, however, I have a very different opinion of the two females of that bunch. Gypsy has (thankfully) donned shoes and a costume that's strikingly similar to Wonder Woman's new (and much reviled) costume. Vixen, however, has become the best
I've never read anything featuring Vixen before, but she's a cool character. I also liked that Black Canary was in this book for a bit :)
pretty good look at vixen, but it's unfortunate that it perpetuates "africa is all huts on the savannah" image of the continent
John Yelverton
As much as I love the character, I found the book to be incredibly dull and boring. Really not worth your time.
Jason Lundberg
This was AWESOME. Why have I never heard of Vixen before this? Great writing and gorgeous artwork.
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