Catwoman Contagion. Or, Catwoman shutting guys in small spaces.
There was also the guy from the previous issue that she now has shut in a car trunk, but this page has the better attempt at swearing without swearing in it. Plus, I don’t think this guy is going to have the luck of a random stranger walking by that he can offer a grand to in exchange for freeing him.
It’s snowsuit season in Catwoman land! Unless you’re Robin. Or Azrael. Or Alfred. Or Batman. Still plenty of all-white winter wear to go around though, and the start of what is pretty clearly a crossover event (or, rather, Catwoman’s participation in it in her own book).
Batfamily assemble? Also, I’m not sure how in touch with reality this cover actually is. But having a hoverboard made of snowy mountainside is pretty cool.
Part three of three of the team-up adventure and somebody got a mech-suit! Or, rather, the team got someone with a mech-suit foisted on them.
So it goes when you’re in a semi-forced team-up to begin with. Although this team actually has really good chemistry and skills … aside from Slyfox. Except for when you need someone loud and brash as a distraction. Then he’s perfect.
This is a continuation of the previous issue and once again the story quality (and quality of the interior art for the story) do not match the quality of the cover.
Derive from that what you will. Although other than the obvious anatomy whoops, my big thing with this cover is that it’s just not that interesting, especially knowing what Balent is capable of. Although Slyfox’s expression is pretty priceless (as is the fact that he has the biggest money eyes out of the four of them).
I’m Nick Fury and I’m here to talk to you about the Avengers Initiative. I mean …
I really love the panel with the close-up of Catwoman’s retractable glove knives/claws and the panel after that, with the backlit glowing silhouette of her. Plus the whole not-Avengers-Initiative thing.