New 52 – Catwoman #17 review

What can I say? It’s a drastic improvement over previous issues because this comic actually made sense. I wouldn’t go so far as to call it interesting or memorable in any way, but at least I didn’t feel…

New 52 – Catwoman #16 review

It’s never a good sign when the tagline on the comic’s cover is misspelled, “Assualt” on A.R.G.U.S indeed. So let me get this straight: Ann Nocenti was the writer on Green Arrow and her run was widely hated…

New 52 – Catwoman #15 review

It’s either so bad it’s good or it’s just really, really bad and should be avoided at all costs. This is SO not the kind of comic I enjoy reading. It is SO weirdly drawn and every bit…

New 52 – Catwoman #14 review

It’s Thanksgiving so I’m making these reviews short this week. So we’re getting straight to the point: Is Catwoman #14 any good? Yeah. Really? Because you said the last two issues were complete crap and book was probably…

New 52 – Catwoman #13 review

Unlike with issue #0, I didn’t walk away from this comic angry. Instead I feel very, very confused. I know I risk sounding like an idiot here, but I have no idea what I just read. Those who…

New 52 – Catwoman #0 review

I always jot down notes while reading a comic that I’m going to review and then I expand on those for the full article. But not this time. I’m so infuriated that I’m just going to post the…

New 52 – Catwoman #12 review

Well, it’s over. Winick’s run is at an end. Overall I liked the work he did on Catwoman but this wasn’t a very satisfying end to his tenure. I was pretty bored to be honest. I already listed…

Catwoman Vol. 1: The Game review

Catwoman’s first New 52 adventure went straight to trade paperback, skipping the sexier-to-display-on-your-shelf hardback edition.  It’s available at a great price, it’s a quick read, and I enjoyed it but it’s definitely not for everyone. Here’s the criteria:…

New 52 – Catwoman #11 review

Inconsistent. That’s how I would describe this issue. It’s inconsistent in art as well as story, which is a shame because I wanted Winick’s run on “Catwoman” to go out with a bang. Let’s start with the artwork…

Catwoman gets a new creative team

Judd Winick, who has been writing “Catwoman” since the start of The New 52, will be leaving the title to make way for Ann Nocenti. Artist Guillem March is also leaving the the book (to go do the…