Batman Confidential 18 [Fabian Nicieza] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Tales of the Batman in the past. Batman Confidential #17 and #18 tell the story of Batgirlâ€™s first encounter with Catwoman. There isnâ€™t a Batman to be found in these. Compare critic reviews for Batman Confidential #18 by Fabian Nicieza and Kevin Maguire, published by DC Comics.
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A fun read about Batgirl trying to keep a notebook of her father’s safe. All in all, the Cat and the Bat is a pretty astute character study with some humor and some fantastic art. Both Catwoman and Batgirl are slim and ath This was a lot of fun. Catwoman uses her sexuality or rather her comfort level with it to go where she thinks Batgirl is too demure to follow.
Wait, it gets better. About Author Joshua Hill Website I’m an aspiring author who just happens to also work on the web, reporting on the environmental research and science at Planetsave. To ask other readers questions about Batman Confidential, Vol. And worst of all, the women look like men! This was a lot of fun. In all seriousness, I really enjoyed this novel. No trivia or quizzes yet.
Confidenhial 19, David Runyon rated it really liked it. The story is engaging enough, but the art by Kevin Maguire is fantastic. I know that the DC offices are in a bit of disarray when are they not? Kevin McGuire’s expressive faces pair perfectly with Nicieza’s writing, presenting a green-behind-the-ears Ba The Cat and the Bat tells the story of baman Batgirl and Catwoman first met.
Very dynamic, consistent and expressive illustration. Trivia About Batman Confidenti Kevin Maguire’s art is wonderful. Awesome little caper where Catwoman steals Commissioner Gordon’s notebook from Batgirl. And to do that, she’s have confiddential wrestle her way through alleys Batgirl and Catwoman keep crossing paths and wrestling over a notebook stolen from Commissioner Gordon. Dec 01, JD Comics rated it it was ok.
Batman Confidential #18 (Aug 2008, DC)
However, overall I thought this was pretty rough, especially in a somewhat risque first half. The artwork, other than a few niggly panels, was a high standard. View all 3 comments. Although there is a plot, the backbone of this story is an extended, clothes-shredding battle across the rooftops of Gotham City confidentiak Batgirl and Catwoman.
Batman Confidential, Vol. 4: The Cat and the Bat by Fabian Nicieza
Batgirl and Catwoman keep crossing paths and wrestling over a notebook stolen from Commissioner Gordon. The artist relies on sexy poses in every other frame, and the overall composition is just I’m sorry it was written. Open Preview See a Problem? There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
And try and do it for something other than the rampant nakedness of the first 9 pages. Basically Cat Woman steals something from Bat Girl who stole it from her dadand they spend the entire time chasing each other across Gotham. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
Jul 14, Kevin Wright rated it liked it Shelves: A fun book but disturbingly sexist Read the full review here. Jun 10, Ryan rated it did not like it Shelves: Aug 20, Ronnie Jones rated it it was ok. She is literally wearing a cat suit and nothing else.
Refresh and try again. And, for the record, no one has ever written the Batrgirl character better than Simone.
This comic was insultingly and blatantly sexist. Forgive me as I parse through them.
Batman Confidential, Vol. 4: The Cat and the Bat
We find out the reason Cat Woman stole the notebook, Batman shows up, and Bat Girl has to fight her way confidentoal Arkham Asylum and match wits with a particular villain. Nicieza’s humor, paired with Maguire’s art makes for a nice combination, although the facial expressions Maguire peppers throughout are the clear draw here.
Despite the title of this series, Batman is just a peripheral character in this volume. May 17, Hannah Givens rated it liked it Shelves: