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Selina Kyle is faced with the decision to give her daughter up for adoption.

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if you need to cry 0

This book was capable of dropping me to my knees and sobbing right there along with Selina Kyle. It's so well done in writing and art presentation that it plays like a Lifetime movie. This poor tortured woman has to make the most difficult of her life. Through 99% of it she's emotionally battered and soaked with her own tears. Selina seeks out help from Bruce Wayne to push the adoption through so that it is untraceable. Then she calls upon Zatanna to undo her previous "Make Catwoman a Good Crime...

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.em rebemeR 0

I am a huge fan of writer Will Pfieffer. He brought a slightly darker, moodier tone to Dial 'H' for Hero. It could have been Starman. I am still a huge fan of James Robinson's Jack Knight.I picked up Catwoman when Will started writing it. Catwoman 72 brings Selina back to where she should be - the outlaw loner. The bad girl.I come to the current Catwoman storyline with some personal baggage. My wife and I are in the long and arduous process of adopting. We have been waiting for over a year now, ...

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