Given the rather unusual nature of Wooden Nickel's gimmick I have to say I'm quite impressed by how clearly this idea is represented by the art and any time the character is in the issue I have to say I'm ever so impressed by the art. However, when the character isn't on hand to provide the visual excitement the art isn't quite so impressive, as the panels have a rather ordinary quality about them, as it seems offers all the action from a straight on perspective, and this in turn results in some less than engaging moments. I also have to say the sequence where Catwoman gets the drop on Wooden Nickel wasn't nearly as effective as it could've been, as it fails to deliver the big impact shot after he spots her with his camera zoom eye. The scene where she sets him on fire was also could've been more impressive visually. There's also something fundamentally wrong about the panel where Catwoman has a big smile plastered on her face as Slam almost reveals her real name while she's in costume Read Full Review
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