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Batman/Catwoman #11 review

Questions are answered in Tom King and Clay Mann’s Batman/Catwoman #11, though many readers will find the resolutions to be lacking. King’s scripts have…

Batman/Catwoman #9 review

Batman/Catwoman #9 is an intense read as Tom King’s script expertly bounces across three time periods, greatly aided by Liam Sharp’s increasingly surreal art….

Batman/Catwoman #8 review

Batman/Catwoman #8 is a visual feast courtesy of Liam Sharp, who utilizes various styles to keep up with Tom King’s twisty script. The barriers…

Batman/Catwoman #6 review

Batman/Catwoman #6 is one of the better entries of the series so far. While the narrative momentum still has its issues between the delayed…

Batman/Catwoman #5 review

Batman/Catwoman #5 marks a moment in the series where a lack of coherent narrative thrust hinders otherwise solid sequences. Clay Mann’s art remains solid…

Batman/Catwoman #4 review

Batman/Catwoman #4 is mean down to the bone. No one, except the villains, likes each other and Tom King’s script offers mass murderers a…

Batman/Catwoman #3 review

Batman/Catwoman #3 refines some themes Tom King set up in previous issues while slightly advancing the core narrative across the three time periods established…

Batman/Catwoman #2 review

Batman/Catwoman #2 delivers more of the same, but that’s not always a bad thing. Non-linear storytelling, striking art, and a compelling, though still vague,…

Batman/Catwoman #1 review

Batman/Catwoman #1 is yet another intriguing puzzle courtesy of Tom King, which is sure to satisfy his fans and frustrate his detractors. However, despite…