Totally wiped out and can’t think of a good introduction for this post, so … straight on to Catwoman’s jungle adventures and a very special first page from one of them, because I just realized which storyline this is and am quite excited. 🙂
I am painfully laughing now (which I really needed), so before we get to the next batch of covers, I just wanted to share this priceless page from Catwoman #19, 1995, written by Chuck Dixon and drawn, of course, by Jim Balent.
And since we’ve seen the interior, it’s time for the cover of Catwoman #19:
In case you want to read “More Edge, More Heart” and see Catwoman on the set of an Apocalypse Now-type filmmaking disaster, pick up Catwoman #20, 1995, written by Chuck Dixon and drawn by Jim Balent:
And the conclusion of Catwoman’s filmmaking adventure in Catwoman #21, 1995, written by Chuck Dixon and drawn by Jim Balent:
And, as a special bonus, the final page of that issue:
And now for the answer key …
Make sure you’re ready …
Are you done looking and trying?
Okay, here you go
And that’s it for this week. Next week, Catwoman steals a dagger that’s maybe cursed? And maybe ruining all her scores? Stay tuned to find out. Or at least to find out what the cove looks like and where the hidden cat’s at. 🙂
As always, all images belong to their respective copyright holders and are used for fun review purposes only.
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