Escher Cats! – Catwoman #33!

The only thing more numerous than the number of times Hellhound comes back to have the last word is the number of knives he has strapped to himself.

I don't know how many knives he actually carries or how he manages to sit down in that costume. Maybe he doesn't.

Seriously. Catwoman’s longest-standing, most personal enemy is jealous grudgy misogyny personified. As a guy whose costume is peak 90s comic-ness.

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Sunday Fun Day: Where’s Waldo, Jim Balent Catwoman Style (Week Fifteen)

I think the week numbering on these posts is now shot, other than as a way of keeping them organized, but I am going to try to make up for it (key word try) by doing a double set of posts in one day, starting with a special one that only covers one issue. Only one issue you say (that I say)? Yep, only the one issue because I’ve already posted the other three issues of that arc (and there are two additional ones in it that are not a part of Catwoman’s own comic) and because this first issue of the arc has some great interactions between Catwoman and a major player from Catwoman: Year One. So, head below the cut to find out who it is and to get some great character bits with, and information about, our hero.

By which I mean, somebody please please find where the heck the cat is at on this one!!

Nope. Not it. But this does lead into another Catwoman-in-an-unwilling-team-up story. And I do need to get back to burning off unsolved covers in this spot. Catwoman #28 (1996).

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