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Preview: Batman/Catwoman #7

Batman/Catwoman #7

Written by: Tom King
Art by: Liam Sharp

When Batman begins to doubt Catwoman’s allegiance, it leads to trouble on the streets of Gotham. Who does Selina support: Joker, Phantasm, or the Dark Knight? Well, he’ll soon find out that some questions are better left unasked. If he’s going to test her loyalty, she’s going to test his mettle. Thus, Bruce Wayne finds himself locked in a bank vault with the Gotham PD knocking on the door!

Batman/Catwoman #7

Preview: Catwoman #34

Catwoman #34

Written by: Ram V.
Art by: Fernando Blanco

The Magistrate comes to Gotham, and Alleytown stands as the last place in the city untouched by their totalitarian forces. But being the last bastion of freedom in a police state makes Selina’s kingdom most inviting for Gotham’s rogues! Surrounded on all sides by law enforcement gone bad, and facing a potential invasion by the city’s villains, Catwoman finds herself fearing that her quest to keep Alleytown safe could instead lead to its demise…but all is not lost, as Batman arrives in Alleytown, breaking his and Selina’s vow to give one another a one-year break.

Catwoman #34

Preview: Batman/Catwoman #6

Batman/Catwoman #6

Written by: Tom King
Art by: Clay Mann

As mysteries deepen, so do resentments. Throughout her life, Catwoman’s actions have caused many close to her to doubt her motivations. Bruce Wayne, Phantasm, and now her daughter have all had their suspicions about her deals with The Joker. And when she killed the old clown, did it trigger this feline’s ninth life? Or maybe it was really over all those years ago, the first time Phantasm drew her blood and Batman had to face a harsh truth. There are big revelations waiting to be found here at the halfway point in Tom King and Clay Mann’s final word on the Bat/Cat romance!

Batman/Catwoman #6

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It’s a new week and we’ve got lots coming at you including going over Comic-Con@Home announcements and getting ready for the string of conventions to come! While the weekday begins, here’s some comic news and reviews from around the web to start the day!

Book Riot – Manga Erotica: A Beginner’s Guide To Ecchi & Hentai – For those interested in learning.

Reviews

Atomic Junk Shop – Beatnik Buenos Aires
That Hashtag Show – Catwoman #33
Collected Editions – DCeased: Dead Planet
Atomic Junk Shop – Muhammad Ali: Kinshasa 1974
Atomic Junk Shop – Prison Earth

Muhammad Ali: Kinshasa 1974

Preview: Catwoman #33

Catwoman #33

Written by: Ram V.
Art by: Fernando Blanco

Selina has worked hard to establish herself as the queen of Alleytown. But in response to Catwoman saving Poison Ivy from extermination at the hands of Saint Industries, Simon Saint has sent in the early stages of a totalitarian force that has left her kingdom shuttered. Catwoman has seen a man take his own life to avoid the consequences of crossing Saint Industries, so she knows there is no telling what they have in store for her and her gang of strays. And to make matters worse, Alleytown’s eerily quiet and empty streets now set the stage for the long-awaited confrontation between Catwoman and Father Valley!

Catwoman #33

DC Reveals Catwoman: Lonely City

Cliff Chiang has left an indelible mark on the DC Universe as both a writer and artist. He’s worked with Brian Azzarello on Wonder Woman to ZatannaGreen Arrow and Black Canary, and Batman Black & White, among others. His next great DC series, Catwoman: Lonely City, arrives in comic book stores and on participating digital platforms on October 19, spotlighting Selina Kyle in a world with no Batman to protect it.

Ten years ago, the massacre known as Fools’ Night claimed the lives of Batman, The Joker, Nightwing, and Commissioner Gordon…and sent Selina Kyle, the Catwoman, to prison. A decade later, Gotham has grown up—it’s put away costumed heroism and villainy as childish things. The new Gotham is cleaner, safer…and a lot less free, under the watchful eye of Mayor Harvey Dent and his Batcops. It’s into this new city that Selina Kyle returns, a changed woman…with her mind on that one last big score: the secrets hidden inside the Batcave! She doesn’t need the money—she just needs to know…who is “Orpheus?”

Chiang writes, draws, colors, and letters each of the four 48-page, Prestige Plus format issues that make up this DC Black Label series; Catwoman: Lonely City is poised to be the kind of next-level storytelling that will change the way that fans see Gotham City, its heroes, and its villains forever.

The first issue features a 1-in-25 “ratio” variant cover by Jock.

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Blade Runner 2029 #5

Hope everyone has had a safe and relaxing 4th of July. We’re kicking off the week with the usual news and reviews from around the web.

ALA – Booklist’s Guide to Graphic Novels in Libraries – Our own Logan has a contribution in this!

Book Riot – Manhwa vs Manga: What’s the Difference? – For those that want to know.

Reviews

Atomic Junk Shop – After the Rain
That Hashtag Show – Blade Runner 2029 #5
That Hashtag Show – Catwoman Annual 2021
Atomic Junk Shop – Grande Odalisque
Collected Editions – Planet of the Apes Omnibus

Preview: Catwoman 2021 Annual #1

Catwoman 2021 Annual #1

Written by: Ram V.
Art by: Fernando Blanco, Kyle Hotz

Father Valley is a mystery. His unusual style as a hit man, his habit of keeping a bible designated for each of his targets, his macabre and particular method of elegant savagery, his insistence on waiting until his target has reached their highest point before he strikes them down-these are all strange and enigmatic traits that have remained unexplained…until now. Bear witness to Father Valley’s past with the Order of St. Dumas, and his unexpected connection with Azrael, to learn the method to of his madness. And see, once and for all, why Catwoman should be deathly afraid of being on his hit list.

Catwoman 2021 Annual #1

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It’s one of two new comic book days! What are you all excited for? What are you looking forward to? Sound off in the comments below. While deciding what you want to get, here’s some comic news and reviews from around the web to start your day.

The Beat – A Year of Free Comics: Are gargoyles good roommates? Find out in ROOFTOPS & ROOMMATES – Free comics!

ICv2 – Tapas Media Brings Former DC Group Editor Alex R. Carr on Board – Interesting.

The Beat – DC requested HARLEY QUINN animated series remove a scene of oral sex between Batman & Catwoman – Cat got his tongue?

Review

Monkeys Fighting Robots – Jim Lives: The Mystery of the lead Singer of the Doors and the 27 Club

Jim Lives
Almost American
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