Honchkrow, #430, Dark/Flying type, looks like a pimp, etc, etc.
Honchkrow really changes from the awesome Murkrow between evolving. It loses Speed, but gets better in everything else. It really is an odd Evolution, but it's by no means a bad one! Anyway, judging by Honchkrow's stats, it screams, "Sweeper." Whether a Special Sweeper or Physical Sweeper is your choice, so I'll give a quick overview of both paths!
(Very reliable Stab and PP capacity. It really is a birdie's best friend in battle)
(Honchkrow gets a bit slower once it evolves, [falling from a respectful 91 Base Speed to a less-than-impressive 71] so most of the time, Honchkrow can utilize this attack fairly well, even if it ends up outspeeding the opponent, Payback will still get more power from STAB. Still, if you're worried about Payback, then Night Slash is also just as good, as well as abusing Honchkrow's ability, Super Luck)
(Deal with Rock-types that soak up your attacks and KO you, along with Ice-types, which are a big threat.)
(Good annoyer attack. Also helps you dodge a few attacks and continue to sweep)
(The only Special-Base Dark attack in the game, so it's mandatory for your STAB. The chance of flinching really helps out)
(Sort of a middling Base Power, but it has a High Critical Hit-Ratio, which helps in abusing Super Luck)
Calm Mind/Nasty Plot/Thunder Wave
(The two moves that makes Honchkrow able to use a Special Sweeper set instead of Physical Sweeper. Calm Mind is to develop a Special Tank, and Nasty Plot for raising that Special Attack high, very quickly. And yes, Honchkrow can use Thunder Wave. Since you don't have Payback to deal with, you can paralyze the opponent to compensate for middling Speed. Pick your poison)
(Heat Wave is the best for melting Steels and Ice-types. It can deal with Grass and Bug-types too, but Air Cutter does just as good. Use it to deal with a weakness and a walling hindrance)
Honchkrow is one of few Pokemon that can work both sides of the attacking Spectrum, so pick whichever route your team needs most. The Special Set, if you can max Nasty Plot, ends up being the strongest, but the Physical sweeper set can annoy the foe, and has all-around better Type coverage. Both sets also take advantage of Super Luck, and can beat down the Ice-types.
It's a matter of preference, Bro.