Catwoman: Election Night #1 review

I love politics. I openly admitted that last year when the primary debates were beginning, and my sentiment hasn’t changed too much since then. I read political magazines, try to keep myself…

Catwoman #51 review

Spinning out of last month’s short story, “Night at the Museum,” Tieri continues the narrative he set in motion pertaining to the False Face Society, and the infamous faceless mask. I was…

Catwoman #50 review

Catwoman reaches its 50th issue, and because of that, we’re graced with an extra-sized issue! This is also the conclusion to Tieri’s current story, so I was excited to see that he…

Catwoman #49 review

This is Tieri’s third installment of Catwoman, and it’s probably my least favorite issue of his to date. Since he’s taken over, Catwoman’s pace has been fast and furious, bringing a sleek…

Catwoman #48 review

Catwoman #48 “Run Like Hell” Part 2 Written by Frank Tieri Art by Inaki Miranda Colors by Eva de la Cruz Last month I gave Tieri’s debut an 8.5/10, which wasn’t received…

Catwoman #47 review

Catwoman #47 “On the Run” Written by Frank Tieri Art by Inaki Miranda Colors by Eva De La Cruz Alright…. That potentially dreaded time has finally come. Valentine is gone, and we…

Catwoman #46 review

Catwoman #46 “Not Forgotten” Written by Genevieve Valentine Art by David Messina Colors by Lee Loughridge The dreaded day has come… This is the final issue of Valentine’s amazing run on a…

Catwoman #45 review

Catwoman #45 “The Daughter of One Who Had No Fear Written by Genevieve Valentine Art by David Messina Colors by Lee Loughridge After reading this issue, all I want to do is…

Catwoman #44 review

Catwoman #44 “Fire” Written by Genevieve Valentine Pencils by David Messina Inks by Gaetano Carlucci Colors by Lee Loughridge It’s almost been a year since Valentine started her run on Catwoman, and…

Catwoman #43 review

Catwoman #43 “Them That Bear It” Written by Genevieve Valentine Art by David Messina Colors by Lee Loughridge Well… you know what they say… “Ask and ye shall receive.” I hoped Valentine…