• DC PUBWATCH – January 2020

    DC PUBWATCH – January 20200

    Happy New Year! And with the New Year come big changes to several DC titles. Some long runs have concluded, and new eras are starting (and even Doomsday Clock has finally ended!). Without further ado, let’s get into the DC Pubwatch for January 2020. As always, the reviews may contain spoilers.

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  • Batman #78 & 79: BatCat In Paradise

    Batman #78 & 79: BatCat In Paradise0

    Batman #78 and #79 Clayton Cowles (letterer), Tom King (writer), Clay Mann (artist/inker), Seth Mann (inker), Tomeu Morey (colorist), DC Comics September 11, 2019 and September 18, 2019 Batman #78 and #79 bring us paradise, romance, and more, as Catwoman gets Batman back into fighting shape!

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  • Underwhelmed with Under the Moon: A Catwoman Tale

    Underwhelmed with Under the Moon: A Catwoman Tale0

    Under the Moon: A Catwoman Tale Deron Bennett (letterer), Isaac Goodhart (artist), Jeremy Lawson (colourist) and Lauren Myracle (writer) DC Ink (a DC Comics imprint) May 1, 2019 Content Warning for mention and depiction of child abuse. In March 2015, I hosted a Gotham Academy roundtable featuring five book bloggers. We discussed their limited experience with comics,

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  • The Wedding Issue: Batman and Catwoman!

    The Wedding Issue: Batman and Catwoman!0

    Aside from “Who would win in a fight?,” no debate gets comic fans more heated than the question of whether or not superheroes should marry. In this mini-feature, former Bride Rebecca Henely-Weiss and Bride-to-Be Kayleigh Hearn take a trip to today’s spinner racks and look at the most recent times comic companies took the plunge

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  • Triangulating Looks: Fashion, Beauty, & Style in Comics

    Triangulating Looks: Fashion, Beauty, & Style in Comics0

    Editor’s note: Sequential Sartorial was a column about the use of personal style to express character and context in comic book narratives. It was one I felt strongly about, but wasn’t one I managed to keep up. It was too easy to go negative, and too time-intensive to find really great examples of really communicative comic

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  • Catwoman: The Loss of a Lady

    Catwoman: The Loss of a Lady2

    Michelle Pfeiffer’s Catwoman adorned my high school locker, but it wasn’t until recently that I’ve made any real attempt to get to know this character. I’ve always liked Selina Kyle, but I didn’t know why, beyond having an affinity for feline-esque, rule-defying women. Yet she sits among my trifecta of female anti-heroes, alongside Aeon Flux and

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