Throughout Batman's career,
he has faced a host of heroes and villains - but none walk
that fine line quite as much as his sometime ally, sometime
enemy, Catwoman. After private detective Slam Bradley tracked
down the missing Catwoman, the two develop a working friendship.
With a bold new look, and a new take on life, Catwoman returns
to the streets that created her - only to find that they now
play host to a brutal serial killer...
Little Town is the second volume collecting the stories
regarding Selina Kyle's return to the streets of Gotham City,
as told by Ed Brubaker.
before, Batman appears occasionally to show that this is still
his city. Thankfully, he never outstays his welcome. But this
doesn't stop the local gangsters from becoming suspicious
that the two costumed freaks have a romantic attachment to
collection pulls together several interesting stories and
touches on social issues without shoving them in your face
and saying: "Look we're really cool and covering this
controversial topic". Homosexuality and drug abuse are
elements of the stories, as is Kyle's childhood and how there
is a thin line between taking the right and wrong path in
short, tongue-in-cheek, story at the conclusion to this graphic
novel is almost worth the asking price in itself. Don't you
just hate the way comic book continuity is a law unto itself?
Brubaker obviously does, and Why Holly isn't Dead is
his way of venting his frustration with this subject.
fans will love this collection, as will anyone who enjoys
a good read.
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