Catwoman Contagion. Or, Catwoman shutting guys in small spaces.
This issue is the end of Catwoman‘s involvement in the Contagion crossover event, and has her successfully track down the final survivor of the virus now destroying Gotham City. Although, of course, the event isn’t over, so the issue doesn’t end there.
This issue was actually pretty decent, although still missing the more specific Catwoman flavour that usually comes through in the narrative boxes. There are some really good art moments but the person doing the heavy lifting on the drawing part of the art (Jim Balent is only on layouts) is overall just okay. Which isn’t bad, but Balent is also capable of great things, especially dynamic expressions and poses, so the art just isn’t quite what it could be.
The art on the cover, however, is on a whole nother level and not in a complimentary way.
As always, Catwoman and her spinal contortions belong to DC Comics, 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.