I remember when Judd Winick was on DC's New 52 Panel at San Diego Comic-Con. When addressing the new Catwoman ongoing series Winick went to great lengths to say that Catwoman would be violent and sexy. I was immediately intrigued and liked the sound of what Winick had in mind. Then came "Catwoman" #1 and I quickly realized that Winick's idea of what's sexy is a far cry from mine.
Catwoman is a sexy character but instead of focusing on what makes her sexy, Winick goes the cheap route and makes her a spectacle. Pink and purple bras, close-up cleavage shots, weird seductive poses, and a wild out of nowhere sex scene that is as forced and contrived as anything you will see. A lot of people are making the sensuality of this book a hot topic of conversation. But I never felt the book was offensive. It was a disappointment.
There were some things I liked about "Catwoman" #1. But Winick ended up putting together a disjointed issue that failed to be exactly what it advertised - sexy!