THE CAT’S OUT OF THE BAG! Iron Cat has it out for Felicia Hardy, the Black Cat, and will stop at nothing to tear Felicia down. Meanwhile, all hell has broken loose at Stark Unlimited after Iron Cat broke in to steal the armor. Iron Man and Black Cat join forces to stop their mutual enemy! This is one team-up you do NOT want to miss!
COMICONFelicia Hardy's dominance as one of the current best characters at Marvel Comics continues in another really fun, character-heavy, gorgeous issue that balances all of that and fleshes out the plot/new characters so well. Every time it seems that we're going to go hungry without this fantastic character and her world, we're given a new treat that sustains the audience for a while longer. A truly delightful comic book experience.
Un Cómic MásTony Stark and Felicia must devise a trap to trick Tamara. This comic mixes the heist genre with science fiction to perfection.
You Don't Read ComicsBuilding on two well-known characters, MacKay is developing a somewhat intoxicating villain in the pages of this latest mini-series. The second issue of the series takes a real chance by giving the heart of this installment to Tamara, and it pays off in a really big way. Tamara could develop into someone every bit as charming as Iron Man or Black Cat given the right angles. The middle of the series hits the page with an apparent clash between Iron Cats for issue #3. It will be interesting to see how the overall plot arc resolves in the final three issues of the series.
Comic Book RevolutionJed MacKay and Pere Perez deliver another fun issue of Iron Cat. The chemistry between Felicia Hardy and Tony Stark shines throughout Iron Cat #2. Add in the deeper dive into the plot behind the new villain using the Iron Cat armor against Black Cat and Iron Man and you have comic book that is just fun to read.
AIPTAs new villainous alliances brew, 'Iron Cat' continues its fascinating exploration of Felicia Hardy's early days as a super thief. This is shaping up to be an interesting chapter in Black Cat history.
ComicBook.comIron Cat #2 does little to further the main plot, but it continues to greatly flesh out the conflict between Black Cat and her new foe. Characterization continues to be the strongest aspect of Iron Cat, which I'm hoping will lead to greater moments later in the series. Still, it's hard to read this issue and not feel like little ground was made with where the story is heading.
Major SpoilersIron Cat #2 suffers from a middle issue syndrome. This comic continues the great start of the last issue and sets up a pleasant hook for the next comic. But nothing much happens here.
RazorfineThe second issue fills in gaps for readers, offering us flashbacks to Felicia and Tamara's shared past and plenty of examples how both characters think and act leading Felicia to set the kind of trap for her old friend she knows Tamara can't ignore.