Selina Kyle

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 #43 review

Catwoman #43 probably isn’t what most readers are expecting after Tini Howard and Nico Leon’s first arc on the series. Bengal takes over on…

Catwoman #42 review

Catwoman #42 delivers a satisfying conclusion for Tini Howard and Nico Leon’s first arc in the series. While Howard’s tendency to put theme first…

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…

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 #40 review

Catwoman #40 is a step in the right direction after a shaky start to Tini Howard’s and Nico Leon’s tenure on the series. While…

Catwoman: Hunted review

Growing up in the 2000’s and 2010’s, I lived in worship of the DC animated movies. Superman: Doomsday, Under the Red Hood, Justice League:…