Escher Cats! – Catwoman #19!

I don’t think there’s really any better introduction to this issue than the following page.

By which I mean, Catwoman would probably give Galiant the same treatment as that snake if he weren't so poisonous and slimy.

I think the look on Catwoman’s face in the bottom panel sums up her feelings on the whole Catfile and post-Catfile wrap-up ordeal quite well.

Now, on to the actual issue – as I said in my previous post, the Catfile arc is over but the story with Galiant blackmailing Catwoman into performing jobs for him isn’t. But, this issue doesn’t have the Catfile trade dress on it and Catwoman will very helpful drop all you need to know while surviving a plane crash and the snake she turns into dinner.

That said, Balent doesn't always remember she tied the remnants of the torso part of her costume together in a knot.

She will also get her outfit somewhat artistically ripped, but she did go through a pretty intense plane crash. And does actually get a chance to fix it best she can in-issue.

Seriously. The position of her feet requires some intense effort. Unless you're wearing heels. But her boots are flat-footed.

It was a little hard picking which boxes to mark on this one, since it’s largely very conveniently ripped clothing and a pose that doesn’t match the actual Catwoman vs. anaconda fight in the comic (I already included the image of that) but – her feet are also very flexed and in the opposite direction I would expect them to be flexed if she were fighting off a snake that can crush all the air out of her.

As always, the Catwoman comics belong to DC, not me, and Escher Girls is the creation of the awesome Ami Angelwings. And the Escher Girls bingo card belongs to the Escher Girls fan who created it. Catwoman hunting Nazis in the rainforest after hitching a ride on a plane full of cocaine smugglers … belongs to the 90s. And DC Comics. And the 90s.

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