So I Read Today… Catwoman #1 (Vol.3)
I’ve read a lot of complaints about the oversexuality of this character in the new DCU, If you enjoy your comics the same way I do (by not pointing out hidden agendas who probably doesn’t even exist in them) you’ll enjoy the new Catwoman just fine.
Selina Kyle is still Catwoman, a complex character, very sure about her feminine attributes and very comfortable with what she is. The problem is that what she is brings a lot of trouble to her life. You see, Catwoman is a very good thief, but sometime she’s prone to let herself being tracked. Somebody just found out where she lives and bombed the place just in time before she could make a run for it with all her baby cats. The next thing we know she’s at a Russian mob party trying to get a hold of a job to do to get back on her feet, her past caught up with her momentarily and she loses it, making herself very noticeable and leaving a corpse behind. In the end she finds comfort in the arms of the only man who can put her at peace.
I’m not gonna lie toy you, I approached the book with some skepticism, since I had read all the brou-haha all over the place, but in the end I just found out why I pay no mind to the so-called “objective” reviews of more traditional and well established sites than mine. The book is very enjoyable, is a damn good read, Judd Winick does a incredible good job of handling this character and the sexuality she exudes. It also has some of the most exquisite art I’ve seen in the new DCU, I didn’t know anything about artist Guillem March until this week, so I’ll make sure to be on the lookout for everything he does, including a monthly dose of Catwoman.

So I Read Today… Catwoman #1 (Vol.3)

I’ve read a lot of complaints about the oversexuality of this character in the new DCU, If you enjoy your comics the same way I do (by not pointing out hidden agendas who probably doesn’t even exist in them) you’ll enjoy the new Catwoman just fine.

Selina Kyle is still Catwoman, a complex character, very sure about her feminine attributes and very comfortable with what she is. The problem is that what she is brings a lot of trouble to her life. You see, Catwoman is a very good thief, but sometime she’s prone to let herself being tracked. Somebody just found out where she lives and bombed the place just in time before she could make a run for it with all her baby cats. The next thing we know she’s at a Russian mob party trying to get a hold of a job to do to get back on her feet, her past caught up with her momentarily and she loses it, making herself very noticeable and leaving a corpse behind. In the end she finds comfort in the arms of the only man who can put her at peace.

I’m not gonna lie toy you, I approached the book with some skepticism, since I had read all the brou-haha all over the place, but in the end I just found out why I pay no mind to the so-called “objective” reviews of more traditional and well established sites than mine. The book is very enjoyable, is a damn good read, Judd Winick does a incredible good job of handling this character and the sexuality she exudes. It also has some of the most exquisite art I’ve seen in the new DCU, I didn’t know anything about artist Guillem March until this week, so I’ll make sure to be on the lookout for everything he does, including a monthly dose of Catwoman.

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    I fuckin’ loved the new comic. That was one of the strongest #1’s DC has released so far.
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    ..WANT. (Vía: comicsforever)
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