Catwoman (comic)

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…

Catwoman #28 review

Ram V and Fernando Blanco turn in another fiercely paced, well constructed chapter with Catwoman #28. While there are very minor flaws in a…

Catwoman #27 review

Catwoman #27 is monumental. No, there’s no major event in this issue. There’s no new character introduced that speculators will buy up in hopes…

Catwoman #26 review

While last month’s issue gave a glimpse at what Ram V and Fernando Blanco had in store for their run, Catwoman #26 delivers a…

Catwoman #25 review

While the last two issues of Catwoman were a fun enough diversion, I’ve been eagerly awaiting the start to Ram V and Fernando Blanco’s…

Catwoman #24 review

Catwoman #24 manages to land a solid ending to an otherwise overstretched storyline that never quite honed in on a coherent theme. Blake Northcott’s…

Catwoman #23 review

Before Ram V and Fernando Blanco take over the series proper in two months, we have a two-issue arc courtesy of writers Blake Northcott…

Catwoman #22 review

We’re in a transition phase with the current Catwoman series now that Joelle Jones has completed her nearly two year run, which means it’s…

Catwoman #21 review

Joelle Jones brings her Raina Creel saga to its conclusion in the technically competent, but uninspired Catwoman #21 that mostly goes through the motions….