Aside from this, what this all comes down to really is the lead up to the introduction of the Joker's daughter. She is that element of this story which remains unknown and given she shares the same appearance of Joker during Death of The Family, she could come with some twists of her own worth seeing. While there is nothing too exciting about what's happening in this issue, you are at least set up for something worth your attention in the end. Read Full Review
Rafa Sandoval has been impressively consistent on art over the past few issues, and his work is as we've come to expect in Catwoman #9. Inker Jordie Tarragona and colorist Sonia Oback add a sleek sophistication to the vivid hues of Gotham's underground. What the book lacks in story strength, it doesn't quite make up for in solid visuals, but the art team puts on a respectable show. Read Full Review
Ann Nocenti's Catwoman run has not been good. In fact, it's been pretty horrible. With that said, this is one of her better issues so far. It doesn't make much sense, the plot is cliched and the dialogue is laughable...but it still is one of the better issues. Take that for what it's worth. Read Full Review
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