This comic sadly falls short even of being so-bad-it's-good, as it's readable if only for Joe Linsner's cartoony but vibrant and old-school feeling art, which is good if you're into that sort of thing (even if his new look for the Black Cat does let on a little too heavily that the writers seem to wish they were writing Catwoman instead). The trouble is, an artist can only serve the story that the writer provides, and Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray singularly fail to justify the very existence of this book for any other reason than to capture sales from followers of two characters who are currently pretty popular. Read Full Review
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