This remains a simple, yet realistic title which I have absolutely come to love. Even the coloring places a dark feel on the reader, and it will leave you coming back not only for the story, but also the general aura and the characters. Read Full Review
Not a terribly deep issue, as it offers up a couple generic plot devices, and simply inserts the various members of this book's cast into place. So we have the character A versus character B as they both share feelings for character C. We also get the hero stumbling across a dastardly plot, and they have to wait for the opportune moment to act. Now Ed Brubaker is a skilled writer, and as such he makes these familiar plot devices entertaining enough that I would recommend this issue for the book's regular readers, but than if you're a regular reader than it's unlikely you would require my recommendation to make you pick up the issue. In then end I did enjoy the fact that Slam Bradley managed to get his head handed to him and still walk away from the encounter undiminished as a character, and the plot involving Selina has a couple moments where I must admit I was curious to see what would happen next. Still, here's hoping next issue's visit to Opal City stirs up the creative juices a lit Read Full Review
This issue of Catwoman is way better than the Keystone Robbery issue or the Wildcat team-up, but it still doesn't match the power of the power and confidence of the reintroduction story. The dialogue is wonderful. There are some outstanding character moments between Holly and Selina which show promise for the future. These assets however are mired in two unworthy plots. Read Full Review
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