"Taking the Fishnets Off" from Black Canary vol.2 #2 (DC, 1993) by Sarah E. Byam, Tevor von Eeden and Bob Smith
Black Canary's is one of the few hardcover Archive editions I bought full price, because the Golden Age Black Canary kicks serious ass. And yes, so does her daughter the current Black Canary, but none of her solo projects were all that awesome. She thrived in Birds of Prey, but otherwise, it seemed like her solo projects were predicated on whether or not she was dating Green Arrow at the time. "Are they still on a break? No? Then she can slum in GA's book." What DC failed to realize was that she was a much better character than Green Arrow. He's HER sidekick, as far as I'm concerned. But I kid, I kid, because the Byam/von Eeden monthly series (which followed the success of their Canary mini and would last all of 12 issues) obviously began with Oliver Queen still sharing bedspace with her (above).