Catwoman #14

Writer: Ed Brubaker Artist: Cameron Stewart Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: December 25, 2002 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 2
9.0Critic Rating
9.0User Rating

Catwoman's world is falling apart! As her good works in Gotham crumble, Selina learns which close friend was behind the recent destruction. And Slam Bradley meets with a most unfortunate fate! "Relentless" part 3.

  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Dec 29, 2002

    An absolutely wonderful issue, as Ed Brubaker has crafted a story that is high on suspense, and there are several moments in this issue where I was truly surprised at how intense this material had become. This issue nicely cements this title as my favorite monthly series coming out of DC, as month after month this book continues to surprise me with it ability to grab my full attention. The current situation involving the Black Mask is a great example, as the reader actually knows that the danger is far greater than Selina looks to be prepared to face. The guest-appearance by another member of Batman's rogues gallery was also a welcome scene. As for the art, Cameron Stewart has picked up the unique visual style that made the early issues of this book so refreshing, and he's also proving to be a masterful storyteller, as the scene where a supporting cast member of this book is run down was a truly riveting sequence. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Jan 4, 2003

    Catwoman's look is tranforming due to the tone of the story. Cameron Stewart draws the panels as if he were animating a Batman short for adults. There's less a reliance on the highly-styled sublime Dark Deco look of Bruce Timm. The characters look more realistic without losing the essence of their original design. Whereas at times Batman: The Animated Series tried to look pretty and wash a little of the violence, Catwoman presents a seedy setting that refuses to be scrubbed. Read Full Review

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