Catwoman: Selina's Big Score #1

    Catwoman: Selina's Big Score » Catwoman: Selina's Big Score #1 - OGN released by DC Comics on September 2002.

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    In this fast-paced, cinematic adventure, Catwoman learns that like anything else in life, loyalty has its price. Presumed dead and without any cash, Catwoman must find a way to make a quick score to set herself up in Gotham again. Learning of a train loaded with unmarked cash headed to Canada, the sultry cat burglar gathers some old friends and devises a plan. But when one of her former allies sells her out to the mob, Catwoman's simple train robbery becomes a desperate gambit for survival.

    Serves as a prequel to the 2002 Catwoman ongoing series, and takes place simultaneously with the "Trail Of The Catwoman" storyline that ran through Detective Comics #759-762.



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    Catwoman is one of my favorite comic book characters. Darwyn Cooke is one of my favorite comic book artists. This should have been a story I instantly loved and ultimately I came feeling it was good but not as good as it could have been. Basically the story is that after Selina faked her death and she has run out of connections and is forced to pull off one more big heist. Overall the story is pretty good and plays like a neo-noir heist story. There are some really good character moments with Se...

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