Catwoman #23

Writer: Ed Brubaker Artist: Guy Davis Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 2
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  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Sep 25, 2003

    Fortunately, unlike the Daredevil movie, Mr. Brubaker confines this unconvincing melee to the tail end of the book, and the main plot of two friends sharing an effervescent lark take up the lion's share. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Sep 27, 2003

    I'm a little disappointed that we didn't get to visit with Jack Knight, as I would've even accepted a brief little cameo if only to acknowledge that Selina was running around his corner of the DCU. However, it is nice to see another DCU character finally pay a visit to his city, as it is a very interesting place, and it's nice to see it acknowledged during this tour of DC imaginary cities. Plus, it was fun to get Selina's opinion of the city and it's rather unusual look. Now it's a shame that Ed Brubaker didn't come up with something more interesting for Catwoman to do than battle a group of generic ninjas, and the mystery that Selina is investigating is starting to look less an less engaing, as it looks like she's on the trail of either a close friend or relative of Holly, so the final solution will probably be a tearful reunion. However, it is nice to see someone has finally recognized Selina from his criminal days, and we do learn that in spite of her newly found heroic streak, Seli Read Full Review

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