Catwoman #27 Review

by Carlos R. on November 17, 2020

Catwoman #27 Cover Image
Written by: Ram V
Art by: Fernando Blanco
Colors by: FCO Plascencia
Lettered by: Tom Napolitano
Publisher: DC Comics

This issue highlights how great this creative team is at handling all the moving parts of Selina’s world. Plus, it makes for one fun exciting heist issue!

I love Ram V’s approach to this series. Catwoman has such an upbeat demeanor and her confidence is surging as she’s looking to take down the gangs of Alleytown. The dynamic between Selina and Hadley is probably my favorite aspect to this book, they don’t share a panel at all in this issue and yet their familiarities with one another drives some pivotal points of the story.

From cover to cover this book is phenomenally designed. Napolitano is so subtle in their designs. The effects in this book feel like they're sewn into the artwork, especially so in some of the car chase scenes. Blanco and Plascencia nail every bit of this book down and capture each detail in Alleytown. There’s life in each character from their stances, unique expressions, and even their attire.

The creative team behind this series is exceptional and I can’t recommend checking into this series enough!

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