Catwoman #6

Catwoman #6

Writer: Judd Winick Artist: Guillem March Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: February 15, 2012 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 8 User Reviews: 3
7.5Critic Rating
5.0User Rating

Catwoman is busted! She's under arrest and in the custody of the Gotham City P.D. But it doesn't look like she's going to get her phone call, because the police aren't looking for justice they're looking for what Catwoman stole from them. And she's about to get an earful about her most complicated relationship: Batman.

  • 10
    Heretical Jargon - Heretic Feb 23, 2012

    Catwoman still remains one of my favorite titles thus far. Winick is blowing it out of the park, and March is continually improving on his already awesome talents. One arc down, success! Looking forward to the next one! Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Newsarama - Jake Baumgart Feb 16, 2012

    Of all the other titles DC is publishing, this is becoming a must-read. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Batman-News - Andrew Asberry Feb 17, 2012

    Other than that it's a good, fun read. Batman's cameo isn't forced, we see plenty of action and emotion from Selina, and the supporting cast gets a bit more fleshed out. I continue to love the work Winick, March, and Morey are putting into this book. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Gotham Spoilers - Gotham Spoilers Feb 15, 2012

    So, I said this on Twitter, I thought this was the best issue of the series in a while, and hell, probably out of all of them too. The first half of it was genuinely a awesomely brutal good time, and the second half managed to come off rather emotional. It doesn't outright say it, but it's clear Selina is still in a form of grief/depression over the death of Lola, and the last Batman scene really hit that home. This was generally one of the deeper issues of the series so far, and I really enjoyed it. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    PopMatters - shathley Q Mar 18, 2012

    But the real question here, the question that unflinchingly runs to the heart of Judd's time on Catwoman is whether or not a man can write a woman. Are we trapped in ersatz, second-wave feminism that demands feminism is only a gender-specific option? You'll have to decide that for yourself. For my part however, Judd Winick has earned himself a fan. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Feb 15, 2012

    After this dramatic showdown, Winick ramps up the issue even further when Batman enters the fray. The Selina/Bruce dynamic plays out much differently this time, and more satisfactorily to boot. Winick starts to show his hand as far as what his fundamental take on Selina is. With the foundation laid as far as character work and a new supporting cast, the series has plenty of room to grow in the coming months. Read Full Review

  • 6.5
    A Comic Book Blog - Daniel Cole Feb 29, 2012

    So whilst Selina is continuing on her journey to becoming the most interesting female character at DC, she has yet to star in a story worthy of her prowess. It's a shame that she didn't take the money and leave Gotham as it may have opened the book up to new possibilities. But at least Batman might not be part of the comic for a while and we do have a new supporting cast member which has potential. We also have March's wonderful pencils, and with Winick's fantastic grasp of Selina's character it is still an enjoyable read. Read Full Review

  • 3.2
    Entertainment Fuse - Nicole D'Andria Feb 26, 2012

    Avoid Catwoman's claws (and her ear-bloodied teeth) at all costs. Read Full Review

  • 3.0
    Tamère Dec 2, 2014

    This book has so many promising ideas (Lola, leaving Gotham...), but the execution of these ideas (killing Lola off, staying in Gotham) is always a let down.

  • 8.5
    Redeadhood May 31, 2014

  • 3.5
    nightwinsbutt Dec 12, 2015

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