Catwoman #45

Writer: Will Pfeifer Artist: Pete Woods Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: July 27, 2005 Critic Reviews: 1
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Catwoman's unleashed something deadly into the environment--something so horrible that S.T.A.R. Labs was keeping it under heavy guard. But Catwoman was expecting anthrax, not one of her deadliest foes!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Aug 15, 2005

    Pete Woods turns in some highly polished work on this issue, and Catwoman fans should be pleased as punch that he's this book's new regular artist. He has a proven track record when it comes to meeting the monthly deadlines, and in this issue he does a pretty impressive job of inking his own work. The line work is exceptionally tight, and there's a level of detail on the page that can't help but impress. This issue also opens with a pretty solid display of the art's ability to deliver a visually exciting action sequence. Catwoman's big escape in the opening half of this issue is deftly presented, with the series of panels where she leaps through the villain being the highlight moment of the issue. The final page is also a nice piece of art, as it hints at the potential chaos that is waiting for Catwoman next issue without going over the top in its presentation of the idea. Also as I already mentioned, this issue features a lovely cover shot by Adam Hughes; that look of utter terr Read Full Review

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