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Catwoman, Vol. 5: The Replacements By Will Pfeifer David López Álvaro López,

  • Title: Catwoman, Vol. 5: The Replacements
  • Author: Will Pfeifer David López Álvaro López
  • ISBN: 9781401212131
  • Page: 404
  • Format: Paperback
  • Selina Kyle has prowled the skyline of Gotham City as Catwoman, the protector of the East End, for years But one year ago, she became pregnant and decided to leave the costumed world behind Now, a new inexperienced Catwoman continues Selina s trade cloaked in the shadows and tries to restore order in the streets, while the original feline fatale has her hands full with tSelina Kyle has prowled the skyline of Gotham City as Catwoman, the protector of the East End, for years But one year ago, she became pregnant and decided to leave the costumed world behind Now, a new inexperienced Catwoman continues Selina s trade cloaked in the shadows and tries to restore order in the streets, while the original feline fatale has her hands full with the baby who s become the most important person in her life Will it be too late for Selina to return when she questions her decision to step away from her crimefighting life
    Catwoman Vol The Replacements Selina Kyle has prowled the skyline of Gotham City as Catwoman the protector of the East End for years But one year ago she became pregnant and decided to leave the costumed world behind Now a new

    One thought on “Catwoman, Vol. 5: The Replacements”

    1. I resisted buying this book for a while I d really enjoyed reading the revamped Catwoman developed by Darwyn Cooke and Ed Brubaker, but I was incredibly disappointed by the fact that this book skipped so many issues, seemingly for no better reason than to catch up with DC s continuity wide One Year Later event.The first five graphic novels from Selina s Big Score to Wild Ride were a lot of fun, at least partly because they were their own story Sure, other characters from the DC universe would sh [...]

    2. Although the initial premise left me a little unsure if I would enjoy this, namely that Catwoman now has a daughter, the execution by Will Pfeiffer and David Lopez was nearly flawless Pfeiffer has a great handle on Selina s character, and juggles a strong supporting cast very well His writing seems deceptively simple, but actually has a lot going on Lopez is the perfect artist for this book, and the colouring is fab.A fun book, well written and drawn Recommended.

    3. Better.I will say this first and foremost and get it out of the way, I don t like where Pfeifer has taken Selina in the story, with the introduction of Helena this was a bold move for Pfeifer but one that I simply do not like and I still think is completely out of character So, being as this is the status quo of the series I will base my review simply on the rest of the story given the circumstances that Selina is in now which as I said above I do not like.So, this is the second arc after Pfiefe [...]

    4. It was alright Nothing spectacular Holly, with her learning to walk in Catwoman s heels, feels interesting than Selina adjusting to motherhood I thought I d be excited about Zatanna showing up but there wasn t much chemistry between her and Selina The Replacements isn t something you need to fully focus on when reading It s interesting enough to read through once, but not to read again.

    5. Read it in comic book format and there was something missing from the story that just couldn t get me past issue 60 Maybe if the paternal link had been someone else or if the replacement hadn t been inept things would have felt less like a dramatic television comedy.

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