Secret Six #21

    Secret Six » Secret Six #21 - Cats in the Cradle, Part Three of Four: The Precipice released by DC Comics on July 2010.

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    Cats in the Cradle, Part Three of Four: The Precipice last edited by sametattoos on 11/18/22 12:12AM View full history

    This isn't just a Catman story; it's THE Catman story, as Thomas Blake continues his bloody trail of vengeance tracking the man who took away the only thing he ever cared about! Not for the faint-hearted! Also, Black Alice vs. Scandal Savage for the right to remain in the Secret Six! 


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    What makes a Catman 0

      Is it possible for the current Secret Six arc that is focused on Catman to get even darker or meaner?  Yes, and that's not a bad thing for readers of this, one of DC's best, book!    Quick story recap.  Everyone knows that some bad guys have kidnapped Blake's son and that he is hell bent on making them pay for taking him, right?  Shame on you if you didn't know that cuz then you haven't been reading this fine piece of fiction.  Well I guess I let that cat out of the bag.     This issue starts ...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    Pleasant Confusion 0

    I have wanted to read Secret Six for a while, the main reason being that Black Alice (one of my all time favorite characters) joined the team a few issues back. I was concerned that I wasn't going to understand what was going on, and I was right. As someone only familiar with the aforementioned Black Alice and Bane, the book reads like a confusing, but very cinematic experience. Thank God for comicvine to bring me up to speed. Even though this issue (my first time reading secret six) is not new ...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    I think Catman has been watching too much Tarantino... 0

     After Catman began his murderous rampage on the men who supposedly killed his son you really had to wonder how far Catman was willing to go. While he’s by no means a hero he’s nearly always been the most reasonable member of the Secret Six, even prone to bouts of heroics now and again, but in this issue we see that once Catman opens himself to his dark side there’s no putting it back on the shelf.The issue opens with a little of Catman’s origin and we see that Thomas Blake’s childhood wasn’t ex...

    6 out of 8 found this review helpful.
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