I'm going to miss DeFalco on this book, it's been sincerely fun since he jumped on board some issues ago. I wasn't going to grab this book after "H'El on Earth", but with an infamous Wonder Woman rogue due to make an appearance, I may grab this. ~ Hype
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I've found that Nocenti's run is readily improving, though I agree, it was a rough start. I liked how Catwoman put the Joker in in his place in Catwoman #14 by calling him out on his obsession with Batman. Selina's again shown she's a master of disguise in #15, something that was missing in the New 52. With this preview we see that Nocenti's Catwoman has some redeemable features, another thing mostly absent from Judd Winick's run. I suspect Nocenti was told to write the stories for issue #0, #15-16 to lead Selina into the JLA, and that issues #13 & #14 would be directly tied into the Batman franchise. Now that all that's out of the way, I'm interested to see how the writer will further develop Catwoman's corner of Gotham City. I'm also LOVING Rafa Sandoval's work and his design of the new cat-cycle rocks!
I've always been attracted to tough female characters who aren't liable to apologize for their "attitude" problem. That's Carol Danvers in a nut shell and what writer, Brian Reed, did in her latest series is show there's a lot more to Carol underneath her tough exterior. Carol is not perfect like many see Ms. Marvel, she makes mistakes, and has had ups and downs like all of us. I also like that Ms. Marvel is one of the most powerful Marvel characters around! ~ Hype
I'm willing to give it a shot, if only to show Marvel that fans support its female characters! ~ Hype