Drawn in a lively, action-packed style, meticulously plotted with a beginning, middle and end, possessing its own internal continuity and outside influences be damned, Catwoman prowls forth a hero for whom you can cheer and one whose identity still in a way remains secret. She is a throwback to an age abandoned. Read Full Review
A pretty entertaining issue that holds up rather nicely as an example of Catwoman's rather loose definition of justice, as she sets free an inmate sentenced to die, largely due to the fact that she knew the person as a child. Now I'm sure Batman fans will wonder why he didn't come down harder on Selina for her rather questionable activities in this issue, but I'm willing to accept that he's willing to cut her a little slack due to their unique relationship. Now I must admit I find it a bit hard to accept that this woman is even on death row, as the case against her does have some serious flaws when it comes to confirming her as the murderer, but then again the issue also makes it clear that she certainly looks capable of it, and I do like the fact that Ed Brubaker did leave the idea of her guilt open to interpretation, even if Selina is convinced of her innocence. In the end this is a nice done-in-one issue, with a fairly clever escape plan to boot. Read Full Review
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