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Catwoman, Vol. 1 by Judd Winick
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Aug 01, 2012

it was ok

I don't know about this. I was never bored reading it, and I really liked the art. But something just seemed off about it. I think, at least out of what I've read so far, Catwoman is one of the characters who suffered the most from the New 52 relaunch. It's kind of a bummer to see her just back to being a carefree, horny, reckless thief. Speaking of horny, the crazy sex scene between Catwoman and Batman is this book is ridiculous, and feels ridiculously out of place. In general, Batman feels out of character whenever he pops up in this book - he's SO angry and one-dimensional, he comes across like the Batman from All Star Batman & Robin. Anyway, there's nothing particularly memorable about the story (I'm struggling to remember details as I write this), but there were a few scenes and story threads I liked just enough to keep me mildly interested. For instance, I liked the fight between Selina and the super-powered Reach. I just wish the book didn't have to be so obsessed with sex and T&A. I'll give the second trade a look, but I'm not wildly anticipating it or anything.
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Oscar Slagveer You just don't like the change

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