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    Catwoman #21

    Catwoman » Catwoman #21 - Box Office Poison released by DC Comics on June 1, 1995.

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    Catwoman is on the prowl to steal the screenplay of an ongoing movie shoot. First, she faces the monster from the title, the Lurker, then she has to deal with the reality of things surrounding the famous script. It was said the director had it all in his head. Well, he does. And it is the only place where he has it...

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    The first Catwoman series bounced around between Selena acting like a hero and acting like a thief.  In order to show her as the hero of a story, even when she is not a hero, she had to have some different things which she tried to steal other than the usual.  In this issue she is planning on stealing a movie script and selling it to a rival producer.  The issue starts out with a sort of King Kong or Jurassic Park feel to it.  The cast is on a remote island and there is a runaway gigantic robot ...

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