A fairly upbeat issue that manages to bring a much needed sense of fun back into these pages, and while the plot isn't all that deep, the book manages to hold its own thanks to a solid guest-appearance by a surprise character. Now, I do believe that a past between these characters was established so perhaps Ed Brubaker is simply drawing upon something that had already been set in place, but if this is the first time these two have met than I have to say the pairing is a rather inspired one, and the way the character is utilized in the issue is a clever use of the character. The interaction between Holly & out guest-hero was also nicely done, with their conversation before she finally manages to tag him with a solid left hook being a highly enjoyable look at the man's resume. Read Full Review
Sadly, these connections did not come from hindsight. They did not come from careful thought. They struck like a bolt of lightning. Catwoman like almost every other DC title by relying on distracting scraps of continuity remains simply falls apart. I could not enjoy it because I was reminded of everything I hate in DC's so-called original universe. Read Full Review
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