Catwoman #34

Writer: Ed Brubaker Artist: Paul Gulacy Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Aug 27, 2004

    Paul Gulacy turns in a solid effort when it comes to the delivery the issue's action scenes, as the book opens with a great bit of action that has Catwoman working to stop a running gun fight, and there's a nice sense of motion to the panel layouts. The battle with Mister Freeze later in the issue also benefits from some powerful visuals that nicely convey the villain's gimmick, though I do have to say the panel where Catwoman disarms him could've been conveyed with a greater clarity, as one depends on the dialogue to tell us that he had actually lost his gun. Still, the set piece of the flash-frozen bodies made for a wonderfully moody setting for the fight, as it nicely projects the danger that Mister Freeze poses. The quieter moments aren't as successful though as the characters look stiff, and their faces don't convey much emotion. Read Full Review

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