Catwoman #15

Writer: Ed Brubaker Artist: Cameron Stewart Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 2
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jan 29, 2003

    To put it simply this title is the best title coming out of DC, as it's effective on so many levels. The book manages to deliver a very real sense that anything can happen. What's more the Black Mask is allowed to be an utterly disturbing presence in these pages, and if the next issue box is to be believed he's about to make a lasting impact on this book. The book also delivers some wonderful action, highly intense moments of drama, and best of all Catwoman is allowed to come across as not altogether heroic in her dealings with the villains. This book is exciting in it's ability to deliver moments where you are genuinely shocked by what Ed Brubaker has done, and I also have to say that in his 15 issues on this title he's managed to created a cast of characters who I am able to genuinely invest my entire interest in what happens to them, which is an impressive feat given I hadn't read a single issue of Catwoman before the relaunch. The top notch art also helps to push this title right t Read Full Review

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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Jan 25, 2003

    Mr. Brubaker makes use of Selina's past experience of a master thief during the train scene, and then he brings to the fore her new persona as the vigilante Batman used to be to a violent confrontation. Mr. Stewart choreographs the scene perfectly, and when Selina drops in unannounced, she bursts into action that is breathtaking in its originality. The vicious fight is even better than the Bond/Red Grant duel in From Russia With Love. Read Full Review

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