Catwoman #41

Writer: Matteo Casali Artist: Brad Walker Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: March 16, 2005 Critic Reviews: 1
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"Of Cats and Dogs" part 1! Catwoman realizes a string of murdered prostitutes in the East End are illegal immigrants from Brazil. But will her own past make her a target as well?

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Mar 18, 2005

    Brad Walker's work is really quite impressive. The intensity of the violence in this issue is very well presented by the art, and a great deal of the impact of this issue's opening sequence is due to the art's ability to sell the ruthless nature of both of the attacks. The art also does a pretty solid job when it comes to showing the dogs in action, as many times in comics the artist seems to have difficulty capturing the motion of animals like dogs, but Brad Walker displays no such problem. The credit page shot where Catwoman arrives on scene was also nicely done, though the follow up encounter could have used some impact panels, as the attacks that land on both combatants don't feel like they have much power behind them. Still, I did enjoy the little panel where the whip comes out, as I rather enjoyed how it cut across the panels. Paul Gulacy also turns in a lovely movie poster style cover image. Read Full Review

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