Batman/Catwoman (2020-) #1

Batman/Catwoman (2020-) #1

At last, Tom King returns to the rocky, romantic saga of Batman and Catwoman with his Heroes in Crisis collaborator, superstar artist Clay Mann!
Echoing plot points from King’s epic Batman run, this sweeping tale is told across three timelines: the past, when the Bat and the Cat first fell in love; the present, where their union is threatened by one of Batman’s lost loves; and the future, where the couple have a happy life and legacy-including their daughter Helena, the Batwoman. And as the story begins, after a long marriage, Bruce Wayne passes away-which frees Selina Kyle to settle an old score.
At every stage of their relationship, Bruce and Selina have an unwelcome chaperone: The Joker!
Oh, and that lost love of Bruce’s? It’s Andrea Beaumont-a.k.a. Phantasm. Just thought you’d want to know.

Title:Batman/Catwoman (2020-) #1
Edition Language:English
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    Batman/Catwoman (2020-) #1 Reviews

  • Sam Quixote

    An old flame of BruceÔÇÖs asks for his help in finding her runaway son - but will the Bat and the Cat find the kid before the shadows of Gotham claim him? Also, in the future, old lady Selina, recentl...

  • James DeSantis

    Art = 11/10 Story - 6/10 I enjoyed a lot of King's Batman run but this one jumps around SO much it is jarring. I do love moments, especially a big reveal that worked great, and the overall creepiness ...

  • Logan

    Great art but like most Tom King books, the story telling is a bit non linear and some of the dialogue wording characters say doesn't make sense. Still might continue reading. ...

  • Laura

    MehThe time jumps in the story are not smooth at all, jarring in fact. The ending surprise is no surprise and is a bit weird but the art is gorgeous, that is worth all the stars but as usual Tom Kings...

  • Regina

    The story jumps around A LOT. You're not even long enough on a particular timeline to even know what's going on and next thing you know you're getting thrown into another one. Had they timed themselve...

  • Danny Brown

    I haven't read King's run on Batman. I picked this up thinking I can jump into a number 1 and start a new journey... I was wrong. I have no clue what's going on....

  • Artemis Hobbs

    Been looking forward to this since December... LAST December. 12 month delays be a real bitch sometimes. The art was certainly worth the wait. Clay Mann is like the flip side of Jason Fabok. Just as g...

  • Danny Zang

    A more satisfying read than most of his run on the main title, but still falling short of being a worthwhile purchase on it's own. King falls into a weird spot for me where if he's not saying anything...

  • Kastie Pavlik

    Well...that was...interesting? Since I'm not sure what to think, and I like the Bat with the Cat, I'm erring on the higher side of 3.5. I don't mind the confusing jumps once context is established (wh...

  • RubÚn Girßldez

    El bailoteo en las l├şneas temporales acaba por hacer bastante cuesta arriba la lectura. Porque, adem├ís, me parece haber perdido bastante trasfondo (dej├ę parado el Batman de King antes de La Boda). ...