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Hellcat #5 (of 5)

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Generally favorable ratings

Based on 3 critic ratings.

Patsy has been transformed into…DEMONIC HELLCAT!

With her very humanity at stake, can she overcome the powers of darkness that have been unleashed? All is revealed as both the past and the present collide in a final battle that will determine the rest of Hellcat’s future – if she has one!

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Print Length
24 pages
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3 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    Hellcat’s finale culminates as meaningfully and bizarrely as Patsy Walker deserves. As Patsy backslides into being Demonic Hellcat once again, she discovers the truth about the series’ murder mystery—and about herself—that completely changes the game. While the ending leaves Patsy on a surprising footing, it’s also an incredibly profound one, further proving Christopher Cantwell’s knack for writing her. Alex Lins’ art is a perfect match to that, getting even more surreal, but heartfelt, as the issue goes allong. I’m incredibly sad that this journey for Hellcat is over, but it was absolutely an excellent one.

  • 90


    ‘Hellcat’ sticks the landing in a darkly beautiful concluding issue, leaving Patsy in a very interesting place for future stories. This hellish psychodrama has been one incredible character study, and I hope we don’t have to wait too long before we see her again.

  • 55

    Weird Science Marvel Comics

    Hellcat #5 ends the mini-series with big drama and big reveals, but the net result (sorta) makes everything Hellcat’s fault and leaves Hellcat in a worse place than when she started. If the goal was to turn readers into new fans of Hellcat so they’d want to read more, Cantwell didn’t understand the homework assignment.

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