Catwoman: Soulstealer OGN
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Catwoman: Soulstealer OGN

Writer: Louise Simonson Artist: Samantha Dodge Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: June 2, 2021 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 1
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Sarah J. Maas’s young adult novel is adapted as a graphic novel by comics legend Louise Simonson and artist Samantha Dodge!
It’s been two years since Selina Kyle last set eyes on Gotham City...and now that Batman is gone, Selina is back! Or at least, Holly Vanderhees is. As Gotham’s newest socialite, she’ll put her old talent for picking pockets to new use while rubbing shoulders with the city’s finest citizens. But her past is catching up to her, and she is running out of time...
Luke Fox has been looking for just the right opportunity to show Batman he can protect the city from Gotham’s worst as Batwing. When se more

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    DC Comics News - Tony Farina Jun 1, 2021

    Catwoman: Soulstealer (The Graphic Novel) is the perfect gateway to a reluctant reader of comics. There are a group of folks out there who love YA books, but don't like comics because, Spoiler and Robin and Dick and (whomever Babs right now) notwithstanding, there is generally not a ton of romance on the pages of comic books. These Icon books and their graphic novel counterparts give readers that in spades. Hopefully, a story like this hooks them and suddenly there are more readers of the regular comics too. Read Full Review

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    AIPT - David Brooke Jun 4, 2021

    The narratives of characters like Catwoman, Batwing, and Joker stand the test of being remixed, revisited, and changed yet still maintain their heart and identity. Add to that the noir detective story at work here, and the raw emotion of its characters, and you have a graphic novel well worth reading. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Geek Dad - Ray Goldfield Jun 1, 2021

    With three different groups of villains"including a Joker who briefly shows up and makes zero impact"and a lot of subplots that don't seem to really resolve themselves, this doesn't land with quite the same impact as Batman: Nightwalker but presents an appealing lead character with an edge that feels like the classic Catwoman. Read Full Review

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