Catwoman: Anodyne - Part 1 of 4

I still hold the Ed Brubaker/Cameron Stewart/Darwyn Cooke Catwoman run as possibly one of the greatest comicbook series DC have ever put out. And since I've not posted anything from their run in a while, I thought that I'd put a bit from the first storyarc.

Enjoy!
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Catwoman: What could've been

"Some people will say they were censored, but that´s not exact. The new pages were not a toned down version of these, they were telling another story. [...] Maybe DC didn´t want to explore that storyline, so it´s not that obvious that the new pages were drawn just to remove the sexy content. It´d have been much more easy to censor these pages than having to redraw them all."
-Guillem March

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Choice pages from Forever Evil #4

We're at the halfway mark, so it's about time things moved along (Though villians month seems so long ago now, and most of the other titles have moved on, so how this all ties together I have no idea)

By this point I have to assume Selina is being sarcastic )

Then we have;

Lex Luthor's self assessment )

Later on, Bizzaro appears to be afraid of the dark

And Lex has a woobie moment )

And finally, a spoiler for the last page...

Power Ring vs... )
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Batman '66 #1 - If you're NOT a fan of the old TV show...

...then you might want to skip this post, but if you enjoyed it (Whether as straightforward entertainment as a kid, or in a slightly more self-aware sense later on) then you may well want to give this title a try.

In which Alfred shows he's awesome in ANY iteration )
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JLA #5 Preview - The fate of Catwoman

The CBR preview of the new JLA #5 has something of a spoiler to it, inasmuch as it reveals (or at least very, very stronly hints at what happened to Selina at the end of last issue.

Spoilers under the cut )