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* MomentOfWeakness: [[ImpliedTrope Implied]]. During the ''Cry for Justice'' & ''Rise and Fall'' storylines, Dinah abandons her husband Oliver and her adopted son Speedy I/Arsenal/Red Arrow I (Roy Harper). She left the both of them because Oliver murders Prometheus for destroying Star City and causing the death of his adopted granddaughter Lian, while Roy goes back to using heroin after the pain in his right arm becomes too unbearable because of the infection and the horrible prosthetic Cyborg made, with Dinah officially considering him a lost cause. However, it is hinted that Dinah was traumatized because of the events of the story and was lashing out at them. It is also hinted that Dinah was subconsciously looking for an excuse to abandon them and leave the painful tragedy behind her. In ''ComicBook/BirdsOfPrey'', it is revealed Dinah harbors a huge amount of guilt for her actions and regrets abandoning them when they needed her the most.


Thankfully, she would return with a vengeance before UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks was over. In 1996, Dinah Lance abandoned her fishnets and wig in favor of [[DyeHard shorter hair, a dye job]] and a Kevlar leotard as one-half of the original Comicbook/BirdsOfPrey team -- [[BrainsAndBrawn the brawn to the brain of Oracle (a.k.a. former Batgirl Barbara Gordon)]]. Conceived by editor Jordan B. Gorfinkel and written by Chuck Dixon, the two would headline a number of mini-series, eventually being given their only monthly title in 1999. At about the same time, a new monthly ComicBook/JusticeSocietyOfAmerica title started, simply called ''JSA'', which also featured Black Canary as a member.

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Thankfully, she would return with a vengeance before UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks was over. In 1996, Dinah Lance abandoned her fishnets and wig in favor of [[DyeHard shorter hair, a dye job]] and a Kevlar leotard as one-half of the original Comicbook/BirdsOfPrey team -- [[BrainsAndBrawn the brawn to the brain brain]] of Oracle ComicBook/{{Oracle}} (a.k.a. former Batgirl Barbara Gordon)]].Gordon). Conceived by editor Jordan B. Gorfinkel and written by Chuck Dixon, the two would headline a number of mini-series, eventually being given their only monthly title in 1999. At about the same time, a new monthly ComicBook/JusticeSocietyOfAmerica title started, simply called ''JSA'', which also featured Black Canary as a member.



* BrainsAndBrawn: She's the Brawn when paired with Oracle.

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* BrainsAndBrawn: She's the Brawn when paired with Oracle.ComicBook/{{Oracle}}.


* Black Canary has also shown up several times in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'', where she is voiced by Creator/GreyDeLisle. She had starring roles in "Mayhem of the Music Meister!" and "The Golden Age of Justice!", and had a lead role in "The Mask of Matches Malone!", which features an approximation of the Birds of Prey and was written by Gail Simone.

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* Black Canary has also shown up several times in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'', where she is voiced by Creator/GreyDeLisle. She had starring roles in "Mayhem of the Music Meister!" and "The Golden Age of Justice!", and had a lead role in "The Mask of Matches Malone!", which features an approximation of the Birds of Prey and was written by Gail Simone. She later appeared in ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooAndBatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'', a direct-to-video crossover with the ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' franchise.

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* JerkassBall: {{Deconstruction}}. During the Cry for Justice & Rise and Fall storyline, Black Canary (Dinah Lance) abandons her husband Green Arrow I (Oliver Queen) and her adopted son Speedy I/Arsenal/Red Arrow I (Roy Harper). When Oliver is in prison for the murder of Prometheus, she returns her wedding ring and declares their marriage over. When Roy goes back to using heroin after the pain in his right arm becomes too unbearable because of the infection and the horrible prosthetic Cyborg made, she officially considers him a lost cause. It is implied that Dinah was traumatized because of the events of the story and was lashing out at them. In ''ComicBook/BirdsOfPrey'', it is revealed Dinah harbors a hug amount of guilt for her actions and regrets abandoning them when they needed her the most.


* Creator/TheCW produced ''ComicBook/GreenArrow'' series ''Series/{{Arrow}}'' features the character, given her long association with the character of Oliver Queen. The identity goes through more than two hands, each taking [[CompositeCharacter different]] [[DecompositeCharacter aspects]] of the comics' Canaries. Played by Creator/KatieCassidy, Dinah Laurel Lance is a lawyer, and [[MiddleNameBasis mostly goes by the name Laurel]]. Her mother is a civilian named Dinah Drake Lance, played by Creator/AlexKingston and her father is a police detective named Quentin Larry Lance, played by Creator/PaulBlackthorne. In this series Oliver and Laurel are childhood sweethearts, but Oliver cheated on her with her sister Sara Lance played by Creator/CaityLotz,[[note]]played by Jacqueline [=MacInness=] Wood in the pilot before [[TheOtherDarrin becoming a regular in season two]][[/note]] in the shipwreck that factors into his origin. Sara was presumed killed like Oliver, but was instead found and recruited into the League of Assassins, going by the name of "[[DecompositeCharacter The Canary]]" and using sonic-based weaponry. Despite being the original Canary with Laurel as successor, Sara is actually the ''younger'' sister. By season three, Laurel is inspired by Sara to [[TookALevelInBadass start training to become a vigilante crimefighter]] herself and adopted the name [[LegacyCharacter Black Canary]], using a modified version of her sister's sonic technology on a choker to develop the "Canary Cry" as seen in the comics. After dying (again) and returning, Sara would take on the identity of White Canary, and did not reclaim her sonic technology, becoming a BadassNormal like the earliest depictions of comic Black Canary. As for Laurel, after dying and ''not'' returning, her villainous AlternateSelf from Earth-2, who instead goes by Black Siren, is immediately introduced in the SpinOff series ''Series/TheFlash2014'' before being {{transplant}}ed to ''Arrow''. Similar to Dinah Drake, Black Siren possesses the Canary Cry due to the particle accelerator explosion in her world, and is a trained and experienced fighter from her introduction. She would later [[HellFaceTurn make a better version of herself]]. A "successor" to the original Laurel was chosen (as per her DyingWish that the legacy of the Black Canary not end with her) - Dinah Drake (no Lance; her name is a [[ContrivedCoincidence coincidence]]), a police officer from Central City with sonic powers derived from the [[MassSuperEmpoweringEvent particle accelerator explosion]] that created the Flash and most of his RoguesGallery, played by Juliana Harkavy. Another AlternateSelf of the original Laurel was introduced in ''The Flash'', this time from the Nazi-dominated Earth-X.

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* Creator/TheCW produced ''ComicBook/GreenArrow'' series ''Series/{{Arrow}}'' features the character, given her long association with the character of Oliver Queen. The identity goes through more than two hands, each taking [[CompositeCharacter different]] [[DecompositeCharacter aspects]] of the comics' Canaries. Played by Creator/KatieCassidy, Dinah Laurel Lance is a lawyer, and [[MiddleNameBasis mostly goes by the name Laurel]]. Her mother is a civilian named Dinah Drake Lance, played by Creator/AlexKingston and her father is a police detective named Quentin Larry Lance, played by Creator/PaulBlackthorne. In this series Oliver and Laurel are childhood sweethearts, but Oliver cheated on her with her sister Sara Lance played by Creator/CaityLotz,[[note]]played by Jacqueline [=MacInness=] Wood in the pilot before [[TheOtherDarrin becoming a regular in season two]][[/note]] in the shipwreck that factors into his origin. Sara was presumed killed like Oliver, but was instead found and recruited into the League of Assassins, going by the name of "[[DecompositeCharacter The Canary]]" and using sonic-based weaponry. Despite being the original Canary with Laurel as successor, Sara is actually the ''younger'' sister. By season three, Laurel is inspired by Sara to [[TookALevelInBadass start training to become a vigilante crimefighter]] herself and adopted the name [[LegacyCharacter Black Canary]], using a modified version of her sister's sonic technology on a choker to develop the "Canary Cry" as seen in the comics. After dying (again) and returning, Sara would take on the identity of White Canary, and did not reclaim her sonic technology, becoming a BadassNormal like the earliest depictions of comic Black Canary. As for Laurel, after dying and ''not'' returning, her villainous AlternateSelf from Earth-2, who instead goes by Black Siren, is immediately introduced in the SpinOff series ''Series/TheFlash2014'' before being {{transplant}}ed to ''Arrow''. Similar to Dinah Drake, Black Siren possesses the Canary Cry due to the particle accelerator explosion in her world, and is a trained and experienced fighter from her introduction. She would later [[HellFaceTurn make a better version of herself]]. herself]], eventually becoming the Black Canary of her home universe. A "successor" to the original Laurel was chosen (as per her DyingWish that the legacy of the Black Canary not end with her) - Dinah Drake (no Lance; her name is a [[ContrivedCoincidence coincidence]]), a police officer from Central City with sonic powers similar to Black Siren derived from the [[MassSuperEmpoweringEvent particle accelerator explosion]] that created the Flash and most of his RoguesGallery, played by Juliana Harkavy. Another AlternateSelf of the original Laurel was introduced in ''The Flash'', this time from the Nazi-dominated Earth-X.



*** Dinah Laurel Lance, Laurel's [[HeelFaceTurn initially]] EvilTwin from a ParallelUniverse, as Black Siren. She implies that she goes by Dinah on her home world, but came to answer as Laurel due to her DeadPersonImpersonation of her late Earth-1 counterpart.

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*** Dinah Laurel Lance, Laurel's [[HeelFaceTurn initially]] EvilTwin from a ParallelUniverse, as Black Siren. She implies that she goes by Dinah on her home world, but came to answer as Laurel due to her DeadPersonImpersonation of her late Earth-1 counterpart. She eventually becomes Black Canary herself, mainly operating on her home universe.


* Creator/TheCW produced ''ComicBook/GreenArrow'' series ''Series/{{Arrow}}'' features the character, given her long association with the character of Oliver Queen. The identity goes through more than two hands, each taking [[CompositeCharacter different]] [[DecompositeCharacter aspects]] of the comics' Canaries. Played by Creator/KatieCassidy, Dinah Laurel Lance is a lawyer, and [[AdaptationNameChange mostly goes by the name Laurel]]. Her mother is a civilian named Dinah Drake Lance, played by Creator/AlexKingston and her father is a police detective named Quentin Lance, played by Creator/PaulBlackthorne. In this series Oliver and Laurel are childhood sweethearts, but Oliver cheated on her with her sister Sara Lance played by Creator/CaityLotz,[[note]]played by Jacqueline [=MacInness=] Wood in the pilot before [[TheOtherDarrin becoming a regular in season two]][[/note]] in the shipwreck that factors into his origin. Sara was presumed killed like Oliver, but was instead found and recruited into the League of Assassins, going by the name of "[[DecompositeCharacter The Canary]]" and using sonic-based weaponry. Despite being the original Canary with Laurel as successor, Sara is actually the ''younger'' sister. By season three, Laurel is inspired by Sara to [[TookALevelInBadass start training to become a vigilante crimefighter]] herself and adopted the name [[LegacyCharacter Black Canary]], using a modified version of her sister's sonic technology on a choker to develop the "Canary Cry" as seen in the comics. After dying (again) and returning, Sara would take on the identity of White Canary, and did not reclaim her sonic technology, becoming a BadassNormal like the earliest depictions of comic Black Canary. As for Laurel, after dying and ''not'' returning, a successor was chosen (as per Laurel's DyingWish that the legacy of the Black Canary not end with her) - Dinah Drake (no Lance; her name is a coincidence), a police officer from Central City with sonic powers derived from the [[MassSuperEmpoweringEvent particle accelerator explosion]] that created the Flash and most of his RoguesGallery, played by Juliana Harkavy. Meanwhile, Laurel's villainous AlternateSelf from Earth-2, who instead goes by Black Siren, is introduced in the SpinOff series ''Series/TheFlash2014'' before being {{transplant}}ed to ''Arrow''. Similar to Dinah Drake, Black Siren possesses the Canary Cry due to the particle accelerator explosion in her world, and is a trained and experienced fighter from her introduction.
* Black Canary will make her big screen debut in ''Film/{{Birds of Prey|2020}}'', set in the Franchise/DCExtendedUniverse. She will be portrayed by Creator/JurneeSmollettBell.

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* Creator/TheCW produced ''ComicBook/GreenArrow'' series ''Series/{{Arrow}}'' features the character, given her long association with the character of Oliver Queen. The identity goes through more than two hands, each taking [[CompositeCharacter different]] [[DecompositeCharacter aspects]] of the comics' Canaries. Played by Creator/KatieCassidy, Dinah Laurel Lance is a lawyer, and [[AdaptationNameChange [[MiddleNameBasis mostly goes by the name Laurel]]. Her mother is a civilian named Dinah Drake Lance, played by Creator/AlexKingston and her father is a police detective named Quentin Larry Lance, played by Creator/PaulBlackthorne. In this series Oliver and Laurel are childhood sweethearts, but Oliver cheated on her with her sister Sara Lance played by Creator/CaityLotz,[[note]]played by Jacqueline [=MacInness=] Wood in the pilot before [[TheOtherDarrin becoming a regular in season two]][[/note]] in the shipwreck that factors into his origin. Sara was presumed killed like Oliver, but was instead found and recruited into the League of Assassins, going by the name of "[[DecompositeCharacter The Canary]]" and using sonic-based weaponry. Despite being the original Canary with Laurel as successor, Sara is actually the ''younger'' sister. By season three, Laurel is inspired by Sara to [[TookALevelInBadass start training to become a vigilante crimefighter]] herself and adopted the name [[LegacyCharacter Black Canary]], using a modified version of her sister's sonic technology on a choker to develop the "Canary Cry" as seen in the comics. After dying (again) and returning, Sara would take on the identity of White Canary, and did not reclaim her sonic technology, becoming a BadassNormal like the earliest depictions of comic Black Canary. As for Laurel, after dying and ''not'' returning, a successor was chosen (as per Laurel's DyingWish that the legacy of the Black Canary not end with her) - Dinah Drake (no Lance; her name is a coincidence), a police officer from Central City with sonic powers derived from the [[MassSuperEmpoweringEvent particle accelerator explosion]] that created the Flash and most of his RoguesGallery, played by Juliana Harkavy. Meanwhile, Laurel's villainous AlternateSelf from Earth-2, who instead goes by Black Siren, is immediately introduced in the SpinOff series ''Series/TheFlash2014'' before being {{transplant}}ed to ''Arrow''. Similar to Dinah Drake, Black Siren possesses the Canary Cry due to the particle accelerator explosion in her world, and is a trained and experienced fighter from her introduction.
introduction. She would later [[HellFaceTurn make a better version of herself]]. A "successor" to the original Laurel was chosen (as per her DyingWish that the legacy of the Black Canary not end with her) - Dinah Drake (no Lance; her name is a [[ContrivedCoincidence coincidence]]), a police officer from Central City with sonic powers derived from the [[MassSuperEmpoweringEvent particle accelerator explosion]] that created the Flash and most of his RoguesGallery, played by Juliana Harkavy. Another AlternateSelf of the original Laurel was introduced in ''The Flash'', this time from the Nazi-dominated Earth-X.
* Black Canary will make her big screen debut in ''Film/{{Birds of Prey|2020}}'', set in the Franchise/DCExtendedUniverse. She will be portrayed by Creator/JurneeSmollettBell.
Creator/JurneeSmollett.



*** Dinah Laurel Lance, Laurel's [[HeelFaceTurn initially]] EvilTwin from a ParallelUniverse, as Black Siren. She implies that she goes by Dinah on her home world, but came to answer as Laurel due to her DeadPersonImpersonation of her late Earth-1 counterpart.



*** Laurel Lance (''likely'' still Dinah Laurel Lance, but it hasn't come up), Laurel's EvilTwin from a ParallelUniverse, as Black Siren.


* Black Canary will make her big screen debut in ''Film/{{Birds of Prey|2020}}'', set in the Franchise/DCExtendedUniverse.

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* Black Canary will make her big screen debut in ''Film/{{Birds of Prey|2020}}'', set in the Franchise/DCExtendedUniverse.
Franchise/DCExtendedUniverse. She will be portrayed by Creator/JurneeSmollettBell.

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* KickChick: Canary's fighting style uses a lot of kicks and sweeps, which highlight her shapely [[StockingFiller fishnet clad legs]]. This was even more obvious during the period when she did not have her Canary Cry.


* WorldsBestWarrior: While certainly a step below Lady Shiva, Cassandra Cain, and Richard Dragon (though she could certainly survive a direct confrontation with any of the three without resorting to her abilities if she absolutely had to), she is, along with Batman, Bronze Tiger, Conner Hawke, and possibly Catman, up there as one of the absolute best non-augmented combatants in the mainline DCU. While she does have a gigantic innate advantage by way of her abilities, [[FightsLikeANormal she refuses to use them in straight fights]].

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* WorldsBestWarrior: While certainly a step below Lady Shiva, ComicBook/LadyShiva, [[ComicBook/Batgirl2000 Cassandra Cain, Cain]], and Richard Dragon ComicBook/RichardDragon (though she could certainly survive a direct confrontation with any of the three without resorting to her abilities if she absolutely had to), she is, along with Batman, Bronze Tiger, Conner Hawke, and possibly Catman, up there as one of the absolute best non-augmented combatants in the mainline DCU. While she does have a gigantic innate advantage by way of her abilities, [[FightsLikeANormal she refuses to use them in straight fights]].


* Black Canary was a major, if secondary, character in the ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueUnlimited'' animated series, where she was voiced by Creator/MorenaBaccarin (a.k.a. Inara from ''Series/{{Firefly}}''). Appearing without a voice several times in the first season as an object of Green Arrow's attraction, her first speaking role came in the Season Two opener ''The Cat and the Canary''. Black Canary's character in the three episodes she appeared in seemed very close to her portrayal in ''Birds of Prey'', which is not surprising considering that one of these episodes ("Double Date") was written by Creator/GailSimone.

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* Black Canary was a major, if secondary, character in the ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueUnlimited'' animated series, where she was voiced by Creator/MorenaBaccarin (a.k.a. Inara from ''Series/{{Firefly}}''). Appearing without a voice several times in the first season as an object of Green Arrow's attraction, her first speaking role came in the Season Two opener ''The premiere “The Cat and the Canary''.Canary”. Black Canary's character in the three episodes she appeared in seemed very close to her portrayal in ''Birds of Prey'', which is not surprising considering that one of these episodes ("Double Date") was written by Creator/GailSimone.



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* Black Canary will make her big screen debut in ''Film/{{Birds of Prey|2020}}'', set in the Franchise/DCExtendedUniverse.



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* WorldsBestWarrior: While certainly a step below Lady Shiva, Cassandra Cain, and Richard Dragon (though she could certainly survive a direct confrontation with any of the three without resorting to her abilities if she absolutely had to), she is, along with Batman, Bronze Tiger, Conner Hawke, and possibly Catman, up there as one of the absolute best non-augmented combatants in the mainline DCU. While she does have a gigantic innate advantage by way of her abilities, [[FightsLikeANormal she refuses to use them in straight fights]].


* Creator/TheCW produced ''ComicBook/GreenArrow'' series ''Series/{{Arrow}}'' features the character, given her long association with the character of Oliver Queen. The identity goes through more than two hands, each taking [[CompositeCharacter different]] [[DecompositeCharacter aspects]] of the comics' Canaries. Played by Creator/KatieCassidy, Dinah Laurel Lance is a lawyer, and [[AdaptationNameChange mostly goes by the name Laurel]]. Her mother is a civilian named Dinah Drake Lance, played by Creator/AlexKingston and her father is a police detective named Quentin Lance, played by Paul Blackthorne. In this series Oliver and Laurel are childhood sweethearts, but Oliver cheated on her with her sister Sara Lance played by Creator/CaityLotz,[[note]]played by Jacqueline [=MacInness=] Wood in the pilot before [[TheOtherDarrin becoming a regular in season two]][[/note]] in the shipwreck that factors into his origin. Sara was presumed killed like Oliver, but was instead found and recruited into the League of Assassins, going by the name of "[[DecompositeCharacter The Canary]]" and using sonic-based weaponry. Despite being the original Canary with Laurel as successor, Sara is actually the ''younger'' sister. By season three, Laurel is inspired by Sara to [[TookALevelInBadass start training to become a vigilante crimefighter]] herself and adopted the name [[LegacyCharacter Black Canary]], using a modified version of her sister's sonic technology on a choker to develop the "Canary Cry" as seen in the comics. After dying (again) and returning, Sara would take on the identity of White Canary, and did not reclaim her sonic technology, becoming a BadassNormal like the earliest depictions of comic Black Canary. As for Laurel, after dying and ''not'' returning, a successor was chosen (as per Laurel's DyingWish that the legacy of the Black Canary not end with her) - Dinah Drake (no Lance; her name is a coincidence), a police officer from Central City with sonic powers derived from the [[MassSuperEmpoweringEvent particle accelerator explosion]] that created the Flash and most of his RoguesGallery, played by Juliana Harkavy. Meanwhile, Laurel's villainous AlternateSelf from Earth-2, who instead goes by Black Siren, is introduced in the SpinOff series ''Series/TheFlash2014'' before being {{transplant}}ed to ''Arrow''. Similar to Dinah Drake, Black Siren possesses the Canary Cry due to the particle accelerator explosion in her world, and is a trained and experienced fighter from her introduction.

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* Creator/TheCW produced ''ComicBook/GreenArrow'' series ''Series/{{Arrow}}'' features the character, given her long association with the character of Oliver Queen. The identity goes through more than two hands, each taking [[CompositeCharacter different]] [[DecompositeCharacter aspects]] of the comics' Canaries. Played by Creator/KatieCassidy, Dinah Laurel Lance is a lawyer, and [[AdaptationNameChange mostly goes by the name Laurel]]. Her mother is a civilian named Dinah Drake Lance, played by Creator/AlexKingston and her father is a police detective named Quentin Lance, played by Paul Blackthorne.Creator/PaulBlackthorne. In this series Oliver and Laurel are childhood sweethearts, but Oliver cheated on her with her sister Sara Lance played by Creator/CaityLotz,[[note]]played by Jacqueline [=MacInness=] Wood in the pilot before [[TheOtherDarrin becoming a regular in season two]][[/note]] in the shipwreck that factors into his origin. Sara was presumed killed like Oliver, but was instead found and recruited into the League of Assassins, going by the name of "[[DecompositeCharacter The Canary]]" and using sonic-based weaponry. Despite being the original Canary with Laurel as successor, Sara is actually the ''younger'' sister. By season three, Laurel is inspired by Sara to [[TookALevelInBadass start training to become a vigilante crimefighter]] herself and adopted the name [[LegacyCharacter Black Canary]], using a modified version of her sister's sonic technology on a choker to develop the "Canary Cry" as seen in the comics. After dying (again) and returning, Sara would take on the identity of White Canary, and did not reclaim her sonic technology, becoming a BadassNormal like the earliest depictions of comic Black Canary. As for Laurel, after dying and ''not'' returning, a successor was chosen (as per Laurel's DyingWish that the legacy of the Black Canary not end with her) - Dinah Drake (no Lance; her name is a coincidence), a police officer from Central City with sonic powers derived from the [[MassSuperEmpoweringEvent particle accelerator explosion]] that created the Flash and most of his RoguesGallery, played by Juliana Harkavy. Meanwhile, Laurel's villainous AlternateSelf from Earth-2, who instead goes by Black Siren, is introduced in the SpinOff series ''Series/TheFlash2014'' before being {{transplant}}ed to ''Arrow''. Similar to Dinah Drake, Black Siren possesses the Canary Cry due to the particle accelerator explosion in her world, and is a trained and experienced fighter from her introduction.


* Black Canary has also shown up several times in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'', where she is voiced by Music/GreyDeLisle. She had starring roles in "Mayhem of the Music Meister!" and "The Golden Age of Justice!", and had a lead role in "The Mask of Matches Malone!", which features an approximation of the Birds of Prey and was written by Gail Simone.

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* Black Canary has also shown up several times in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'', where she is voiced by Music/GreyDeLisle.Creator/GreyDeLisle. She had starring roles in "Mayhem of the Music Meister!" and "The Golden Age of Justice!", and had a lead role in "The Mask of Matches Malone!", which features an approximation of the Birds of Prey and was written by Gail Simone.


* AdaptationalModesty: Adaptations vary between given her a leotard or fishnets, but rarely both at the same time due to the needs of being able to perform action scenes. ''Series/{{Arrow}}'' simply replaces it with a SpyCatsuit, "The Canary" uses a corset with a jacket to still bare some cleavage while "Black Canary" includes a turtleneck.

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* AdaptationalModesty: Adaptations vary between given her a leotard or fishnets, but rarely both at the same time due to the needs of being able to perform action scenes. ''Series/{{Arrow}}'' simply replaces it with a SpyCatsuit, "The Canary" uses a corset with a jacket to still bare some cleavage while "Black Canary" includes a turtleneck. In animation, Canary generally wears gray tights or stockings instead of fishnets, due to the difficulty of animating fishnets.

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