Catwoman #33

Writer: Ed Brubaker Artist: Diego Olmos, Jimmy Palmiotti Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jul 29, 2004

    Diego Olmos is a new name to me as I don't think I've ever seen his work before, but I will say that I was somewhat impressed by the sense of energy that it managed to infuse the action scenes with, while at the same time I was a little disappointed by the loose, somewhat distorted grasp the art had on the human form. The art also isn't the best when it comes to conveying the emotions of the characters, as the internal grief of the widow as she faces her husband's killers simply wasn't as powerful as it needed to be. However, the opening sequence where Catwoman takes down the thugs makes for a powerful visual introduction to the character. Read Full Review

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