New 52 – Catwoman #25 review

A coherent, beautifully illustrated story about a street-tough woman with sex-appeal who resides in a moral grey zone that allows her to be a smart anti-hero who helps others yet serve her own self interest more often than…

Catwoman, Vol. 3: Death of the Family review

A whiny Batman, a Ke$ha-esque Selina Kyle, a resurrection by cat-licking, and a demonic possession. This is Ann Nocenti & Rafa Sandoval’s Catwoman and it’s one of the worst things I’ve read. Content This softcover collects New 52…

New 52 – Catwoman #21 review

Don’t forget the milk! We have to get the milk! Catwoman #21 would actually have made an alright issue of No Man’s Land, but with it taking place in the here and now I just found myself wondering…

New 52 – Catwoman Annual #1 review

Judging by the books opening pages, you’d think that this would be another god-awful issue like pretty much everything else that we’ve seen since September, but it actually gets much better. Let me be clear: it gets better…

New 52 – Catwoman #20 review

Hey, it’s that book I said I wasn’t going to review this month! Well, I had to review the Annual anyway so I went ahead and read this one so I’d be able to follow along. Turns out,…

New 52 – Catwoman #19 review

So I was reading the comic and about midway through my phone chimed with an email alert. I read the email and then figured I’d browse around the web a bit. After about a half hour of that…

New 52 – Catwoman #18 review

With so many reviews to do today I honestly don’t know why I went with Catwoman first. Maybe to get it all over with? Maybe because last month’s issue was actually bearable so I was feeling hopeful? Who…

Catwoman, Vol. 2: Dollhouse review

It’s a step down in quality from Volume 1 to Volume 2 for Catwoman, but if you’ve seen the recent issues by Ann Nocenti then Judd Winick’s final arc will read like the works of Bill Shakespeare. Content…