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Review: Catwoman #65

Title: Catwoman #65 Writer: Will Pfeifer Artist: David Lopez Publisher: DC Reviewed by john lewis What’s not to love about Catwoman? Just the lack of the readers reading this book. Catwoman’s easily the best mainstream title out there right now despite the numbers being bad (How bad are they, Hawk? Go look them up yourself, you lazy bum!!!). In this issue, [...]

Catwoman 65Title: Catwoman #65
Writer: Will Pfeifer
Artist: David Lopez
Publisher: DC
Reviewed by john lewis

What’s not to love about Catwoman? Just the lack of the readers reading this book. Catwoman’s easily the best mainstream title out there right now despite the numbers being bad (How bad are they, Hawk? Go look them up yourself, you lazy bum!!!).

In this issue, Catwoman fights Lex Luth-bot and manages to steal the real Luthor’s paperweight for the Calculator so he can erase Holly Robinson’s name (Catwoman’s friend who’s also running around in the get-up) out of being behind Black Mask’s murder (who was killed by Cats).

Pfeifer and Lopez have crafted a good machine in Catwoman. Both literally and figuratively as the Lex Luthor robot is more chilling and scary than Luthor’s been in awhile and the story has time-traveling fun and a run-in with Superman. Also, Lopez’s art is perfect in this issue. You cannot find a better DC Universe title right now except you people need to go find it. Pronto.
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Why are you still reading this? Well, I don’t care if the shop’s not open right now. Just break in and steal the issue. That’s what I would do and now I’m going to hang up. *click*

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Posted originally: 2007-03-31 23:56:09
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