Batman/Catwoman #10 Review

Writer: Tom King

Art: Clay Mann, Tomeu Morey, and Clayton Cowles

Publisher: DC Comics

Price: $3.99

Release Date: February 8th, 2022

Reviewer: Jamie Robinson

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It’s Joker vs Catwoman, and in a future timeline, Selina Kyle vs her daughter Helena, who is the new Batwoman. Batman/Catwoman #10 explores more of Selina’s relationship with the Joker, her relationship in the future with her daughter, and of course the family drama. However, Batman/Catwoman #10 is essentially just Catwoman fighting people in various timelines. Furthermore, there is really only a minor appearance from Batman and no Phantasm this time around.


The major point of interest to salvage this issue was the return of Clay Mann. Clay started out as the artist for this series but was absent for the last few issues making his last go-around Batman/Catwoman #6. He makes his triumphant return here and has served to improve the book, visually speaking. By far, the best panels of this issue are those featuring the gray-suited Catwoman.


While Batman/Catwoman #10 may not be the strongest in terms of story for this issue, Clay Mann really makes up for it with his eye-popping artwork that really stands out. I just hope for the final issue, we see more of Batman as well as Phantasm.


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