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by David Lopez,Will Pfeifer

eBook Catwoman: The Long Road Home download ISBN: 1401221688
Author: David Lopez,Will Pfeifer
Publisher: DC Comics; First Edition edition (March 17, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 144
ePub: 1482 kb
Fb2: 1971 kb
Rating: 4.4
Other formats: lit txt azw doc
Category: Comics
Subcategory: Graphic Novels

Catwoman, Vol. 9 book. Pfeifer controlled Catwoman for 5 collections, or 29 individual comic issues (picking up at 53 until the end of this Catwoman run)

Catwoman, Vol. Start by marking Catwoman, Vol. 9: The Long Road Home as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Pfeifer controlled Catwoman for 5 collections, or 29 individual comic issues (picking up at 53 until the end of this Catwoman run). He actually had Catwoman for a longer run than Brubaker, but Brubaker's run was far superior. Brubaker had Catwoman for the first 24 issues. I'm babbling, of course, but then Pfeifer's run felt that way.

Catwoman: The Long Road Home. The main thrust of this graphic novel is how Selina is adjusting to life as a mother, and when her identity is compromised, the baddies make it personal by coming after the only family she has, forcing Selina to get personal-er. Some great cinematic stuff here by artists David and Alvaro Lopez. Yes, of course, ol' Bats makes a couple appearances. although I did notice Selina leans on Bruce (and Alfred) quite a bit (Alfred basically ends up as a babysitter.

This collection consists of the Catwoman: The Long Road Home and Catwoman: Final Jeopardy storylines. These stories originally were published from June to October, 2008 in the comic book series Catwoman Vol 3. This paperback collects the following comic books: Catwoman (Volume 3) (The Long Road Home, Part One). Catwoman (Volume 3) (The Long Road Home, Part Two). Catwoman (Volume 3) (Final Jeopardy, Part One). Catwoman (Volume 3) (Final Jeopardy, Part Two).

My Thoughts:Will Pfeifer and David Lopez end their run on this series which has been such a joy to read

My Thoughts:Will Pfeifer and David Lopez end their run on this series which has been such a joy to read.

DC is home to the "World's Greatest Super Heroes . Written by: Will Pfeifer.

DC is home to the "World's Greatest Super Heroes, including SUPERMAN, BATMAN, WONDER WOMAN, GREEN LANTERN, THE FLASH, AQUAMAN and more. Selina Kyle is back from the Hell Planet of SALVATION RUN - and she's ready to get back into action in this volume collecting CATWOMAN the final issues of the series. But to reclaim her place in Gotham City, Catwoman will have to declare war on the city's underworld. Inker Alvaro Lopez, Adam Hughes. Penciller Alvaro Lopez, Adam Hughes.

Ships from and sold by books-fyi. Of course, it's not long before Selina is forced back into her costume (which, given her recent pregnancy, doesn't fit quite like it used to). And it's not long before her baby is put at risk because of her nocturnal outings - and, let's be honest here, the sight of a maternally outraged Catwoman is a treat. But New Coke never satisfied the thirst like Classic Coke does, and Holly as Catwoman is equally unsatisfying.

At the end of Long Road Home, we find a Catwoman returned to her thieving roots - not, even she admits, because she wants or. .I congratulate Will Pfeifer and David Lopez on a steady, respectable run on the Catwoman title.

At the end of Long Road Home, we find a Catwoman returned to her thieving roots - not, even she admits, because she wants or needs to steal, but because it's her nature - and, we sense, because she's a little mad at the world. And yet, the world may not even be her target; when Selina admits that she gave up her baby Helena not because she had to, but because Helena interfered with Selina's Catwoman identity, we understand in the end Selina's truly angry at herself.

Pfeifer wrote Catwoman for DC Comics until its cancellation, and temporarily took over for John Rogers on Blue Beetle. Waking Up on the Wrong Side of the Universe" (with David López, in 2008). The Long Road Home (tpb, 144 pages, 2009, ISBN 1-4012-2168-8) collects: "The Long Road Home" (with David López, 2008). Final Jeopardy" (with David López, 2008). Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight (November 2005-January 2006).

The Long Road Home" (with David López, 2008).

William Pfeifer (1967-07-28) July 28, 1967 (age 51) Niles, Ohio. William "Will" Pfeifer (born July 28, 1967) is an American comic book writer who currently writes DC Comics' Teen Titans book. YouTube Encyclopedic. The Long Road Home" (with David López, 2008).

The sexiest, most skillful cat burglar in the Gotham City underworld, Selina Kyle has spent her life prancing along the line between good and evil as the feline fatale, Catwoman.And now that she's back from the Hell Planet seen in SALVATION RUN, Selina's looking to re-sharpen her vigilante claws and make Gotham City her scratching post. A lot has changed since she's been gone, though, and this final volume of the series sees Selina go to war with the other Gotham supervillains. Where will she stand when the smoke clears and what'll happen when her former lover Batman learns she's back on the streets?
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Kizshura
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Bloodfire
In a collection written by Will Pfeifer and drawn by David Lopez (with dazzling covers by Adam Hughes), DC's sultry cat burglar reclaims her territory after escaping a prison planet housing every supervillian on Earth. While Pfeifer's Catwoman retains her charm--though she's become a somewhat darker feline--the comic itself, throwing the Cat in the thick of things without an adequate backstory, almost loses it. After that hurdle, though, it's smooth sailing all the way. Though she goes a few rounds with several villains and, of course, the Dark Knight himself, Catwoman proves once again that when you're this smooth, everything's free.

This comic is unrated: Violence, Adult Language.