Catwoman (comic)

Catwoman #46 review

Catwoman #46 is an emotionally resonant, if not haphazardly plotted chapter that prioritizes Selina’s understanding of herself, particularly in regards to her romantic relationships….

Catwoman #44 review

Catwoman #44 has moments of inspiration, primarily fueled by Bengal’s visual style and thrilling car chase sequences. However, Tini Howard’s script struggles to navigate…

Catwoman #41 review

Catwoman #41 eliminates most misgivings I’ve had toward Tini Howard’s and Nico Leon’s run to this point. While at times the narrative feels like…

Catwoman #38 review

Catwoman #38 is a disappointment on almost every level. It pains me to write this, but Ram V’s Catwoman run sputters out in its…

Catwoman #34 review

Catwoman #34 more than lives up to the high expectations last month’s cliffhanger set for it. Ram V’s script is excellently paced, mature in…

Catwoman #32 review

Catwoman #32 takes a slight detour from the main narrative to examine Selina Kyle’s influence on those who have come in contact with her….

Catwoman #31 review

Catwoman #31 brings the series back to a heist oriented storyline, but Ram V’s script delivers these familiar goods in a stylish package. Fernando…

Catwoman #30 review

Catwoman #30 is a set up issue, but Ram V’s script makes sure to dole out the necessary exposition with ample style. While this…

Catwoman #29 review

Catwoman #29 is another strong outing for Ram V and Fernando Blanco that manages to expand the scope of the series without falling under…