Catwoman #16

Writer: Ed Brubaker Artist: Cameron Stewart Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: February 26, 2003 Critic Reviews: 2
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"Relentless" concludes with the fates of those closest to Selina are resolved, but now her future is in question. Black Mask has struck back at Catwoman in every way possible. Now the Feline Fatale is on a one-way, high-impact course of revenge!

  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Feb 28, 2003

    Cameron Stewart's artwork wonderfully captures the horror of Black Mask's tortures as well as the surprises in store for the villain and the reader. The confrontations pack energy, and the quieter scenes are well presented. The artwork in the epilogue looks a little squashed, but all in all, Stewart's artwork almost always startles with a rare dynamism and hooks readers into the story. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Mar 6, 2003

    This book is still one of the best titles coming out of DC, but this final chapter isn't quite as strong as the issues that preceded it, as the action draws to a close a little quicker than I would've preferred, and the final battle wasn't nearly as riveting as it needed to be. I mean after developing the Black Mask into a truly frightening figure, Ed Brubaker almost looks to back off completely, as he has Catwoman unleash her full fury on the villain, and the Black Mask looks completely ineffectual when it comes to mounting any semblance of a counterattack. Still, we do get a fairly exciting tussle between Selina & Sylvia, and the book does a wonderful job of showing Selina's anger fully unleashed, as it is rather refreshing to see a hero actually crossing the line drawn in the sand. The aftermath from this arc also looks quite promising. Read Full Review

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