Catwoman #40

Writer: Scott Morse Artist: Diego Olmos Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: February 16, 2005 Critic Reviews: 1
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In the "Wooden Nickel" finale, Catwoman goes on the offensive! After being hunted and battered by Wooden Nickel, Catwoman wants some payback. But is Nickel more than a match for Catwoman's attack?

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Mar 1, 2005

    Diego Olmos has a style that is quite impressive at times, but there are also moments when the art looks a bit rough around the edges, and I'm left a little disappointed by the lack of variety on the faces of the characters. In one scene Wooden Nickel is supposed to be delivering an angry rant, and his expression is almost comical in its inability to express the character's rage. Now I will give the art credit for its work on the battle, as there's a nice sense of energy to the various attacks, and there's a lovely reveal shot as we discover the source of the sound-effect. I also enjoyed the scene where Wooden Nickel arrives at the offices of his employers to discover that they've packed up shop and moved, as the image nicely captures the sense of betrayal. I also have to give the art full marks for its cover image, as it provides a very exciting image that nicely sells the idea that Catwoman is done messing around with this villain. Read Full Review

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