Catwoman #23

by Alan Rapp on July 21, 2020

in Comics

Catwoman #23 comic reviewIn the first half of a two-part story, Catwoman #23 takes Selina Kyle to Isla Nevada, an island filled with diamonds and violent criminals. And cats. Very large cats. The island’s inhabitants also include a very 80s associate of Selina’s holding a black market auction who needs help as several of his men have gone missing with locals believing a local legend is responsible.

While the auction draws Catwoman’s interest, we never learn exactly what her business in Isla Nevada is before we find Selina in the jungle protecting a not-so-mythical large panther from a pair of Snow Flame’s minions. You know what they say about good deeds…

Batman-less Catwoman stories often don’t reach my comic stack, but the comic’s choice to use a modified version of my favorite Catwoman costume did pique my interest. The issue works as a tease. Ending on a cliffhanger, any answers to Catwoman’s trip, wardrobe choice, or the outcome of her attempted good deed will have to wait for another month.

[DC, $3.99]

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