Well now that JLA's come up, what do you guys think? Do you think any meaningful character developments will happen in her own series? I'm thinking they'll be reserved for JLA.
That said if by "meaningful character development" you mean interaction with other heroic types, that will probably be in JLA. Whatever is next between her and Batman will probably involve the upcoming Trinity War.
I'm hoping for some Catwoman/Pandora interaction. Preferably around the time Catwoman meets the Huntress, though I have no idea what book that will be in.
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Yeah I guess issues only relevant to Catwoman's solo series would be resolved in the solo series. I just can't imagine anyone wanting pick up where Ann leaves off, making everything kind of pointless. Unless you're actually enjoying it.
The 60s Comic will be by Jeff Parker, so don't worry about Nocenti getting in on it.
As for Vibe...I think if Johns writes her right (IMO, at least), she'd probably frustrate the hell out of him for kicks. "I think you're trying to seduce me, Miss Catwoman."
Anyone have a scan of Catwoman's shining heel in Justice League of America #1? It was just about the best Catwoman panel since the New 52 started.
Three Stooges? May I lock her in a vault and throw things at her too?“The hard part of this stuff is that everything is a secret, they kept throwing things at me. A lot of it was really fun, they threw me into the vault with all the toys and let me play with whatever I want. Then she (Catwoman) joined the Justice League. She’s an accidental hero. She’s an antihero. She’s a thief. The idea that you’ll suddenly put her on a team when she does heroics? That felt a little odd. A lot of fun I’m having is just feeding off what Rafa is doing and heading down roads I think will visually inspire him. I think that his approach to action is layered with — sometimes it feels ‘Three Stooges,’ sometimes it’s brutal and heart-wrenching.”- Nocenti
Is this what they call womansplaining?Nocenti says of her initial time on the Catwoman series is that she dealt with whatever was given to her by DC Comics. As we all know, that Judd Winick (first writer of Catwoman) left mid-arc leaving Nocenti with some sketches of a script. Ever since then, Nocenti has been trying to deal with the editors and what DC Comics wants for Catwoman. This is not to say she is forgiven for making such a mockery of Catwoman in Issue #0 or the other issues after “Death of a Family.” However, she has to improve her work and make fans want to read Catwoman again. There are still editorial mishandling at DC Comics.
It does kind of seem that everything we've seen thus far has been editorally mandated. Maybe had she been able to do what she wanted it might have turned out differently. Katana is a marvelous book.