Catwoman #24

by Alan Rapp on August 20, 2020

in Comics

Catwoman #24 comic reviewOffering the conclusion to the two-part story started last month, Catwoman #24 picks up with a wounded Selina Kyle talking herself out of trouble involving a jungle girl and a giant puma. Following the pair back to their village, Catwoman discovers the harsh reality of what Snowflame is doing on Isla Nevada and vows to put a stop to it.

Disrupting the auction, Catwoman #24 offers a battle between Catwoman and the super-powered Snowflame whose abilities mirror those of the drug produced across Isla Nevada. Selina also steals Snowflame’s files and leaves the man at the mercy of the island natives who his forces have subjugated and enslaved.

The two-issue story offers a nice solo story for the character before getting her involved in the next big Batman event. The costume, inspired by Catwoman’s look in Batman: The Animated Series with a twist of adding the boots from the character’s 80s comic costume, works well here and hopefully we haven’t seen the last of it.

[DC, $3.99]

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