I became a big fan of Pete Woods during his run on Robin, but I was a little concerned when I first heard that he was set to be this book's new artist. His work is a little too clean around the edges for a title that has made its mark exploring the darker corners of the DCU. However, Pete Woods has adapted his style quite nicely as his work looks to have taken on a more photo-realistic quality, and any concern that I may have had about the art vanished after this book's opening bit of action, as Catwoman deals with a costumed criminal that has intruded upon the East End. Plus, any artist who is able to have Scarface come across as a genuine danger earns himself a gold star. While the entire concept of the character is inherently silly, it is quite easy for the art to pick up on this underlying goofy element. The sequence where Catwoman breaks into S.T.A.R. labs also provided for a nice display of her talents as a late night intruder. Getting covers by Adam Hughes is also a welcom Read Full Review
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