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Catwoman #60

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Based on 7 critic ratings.

“Nine Lives” part two.

Somewhere in one of the world’s most beautiful cities, a dance to the death is taking place. The setting? An accursed theater where no matter the play in question, the stakes are life and death, with a prize worth more than its weight in gold.

And at the heart of it all stalks the devilishly deviant Flamingo and his latest costar – Catwoman!

Can Selina Kyle glide her way through the performance of her lifetime, or will it be curtains for the amoral alley cat?!

Publication Date
Publisher
Format
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
26 pages
Language
English
Amazon ASIN
B0CP6SXPRP

14%
71%
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7 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 84

    Batman on Film

    Overall, I found a lot of enjoyment with this issue. Some of it felt slightly undercooked, but I enjoyed the travelogue aspect of the story, seeing Catwoman experiencing cultures outside of Gotham once again. There’s a potent mix of mystery and action that keeps the narrative chugging along, with some lush art that adds to the excitement. There is a real zeal that Selena seems to have in this arc, adding to the enjoyment after she has been beating herself up over the death of Valmont. The new direction is definitely clicking with me!

  • 80

    Geek Dad

    Overall, this is a tense and pulpy issue with a fun last-second twist that keeps the format from getting stale, but Flamingo is a villain I never found all that interesting, similar to Pyg.

  • 80

    Dark Knight News

    Catwoman #60 is the tone-setter for this arc and what’s to follow. While there’s the ongoing mystery about her fate, we get an individual, stand-alone, punchy issue that she’s in charge of. It feels like this creative team can truly do anything.

  • 75

    Batman-News

    This Catwoman arc is shaping up well with each issue offering up a complete story, strong art, and a fun gimmick in Selina’s nine lives. While there are still some negatives here, they don’t significantly detract from the story and, as an entertaining diversion, this series is delivering. Recommended!

  • 70

    COMICON

    Selina Kyle’s latest mission continues to sap energy from the overall series, as Catwoman #60 presents a fun but empty chapter to the directionless feeling latest story arc. It’s a pretty major bump in the road for a book that has been sailing very smoothly for years.

  • 70

    The Batman Universe

    This Catwoman arc is shaping up well with each issue offering up a complete story, strong art, and a fun gimmick in Selina’s nine lives. While there are still some negatives here, they don’t significantly detract from the story and, as an entertaining diversion, this series is delivering. Recommended!

  • 60

    ComicBook.com

    The Nine Lives arc continues to be a fascinating beast, with an increasingly clever concept getting mired by some chunky storytelling tactics. Tini Howard’s script builds upon Selina’s stakes in some entertaining ways, even if there are some flaws in how certain scenes or transitions are plotted. Stefano Raffaele’s grounded art lends itself well enough to this larger-than-life concept, without needing to reinvent the wheel. There’s just enough on the docket of this current Catwoman run to keep me intrigued.

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