Stanley “Artgerm” Lau writes of his variant cover for Catwoman #4, out in October.
Here is my cover for Catwoman 4, with the theme of masquerade for Halloween month. I’ve placed quite a number easter eggs embedded with symbolic meanings. See if you can find them all. ;) #catwoman #halloween #masquerade pic.twitter.com/UaBpruaisk
— Artgerm (@Artgerm) September 5, 2018
What can you see?
Bat, tears, and broken heart incorporated in the mask. The necklace is like a whip and tail. The glove has a cat on it. I think that’s all of them?
— Dannie Rose (@dannieros3) September 5, 2018
Is there a penguin at the end of the strap for the top too?
— George Colwell (@WitchWayIsUp23) September 5, 2018
Bat mask, necklace looks like her whip, the wedding ring and the scratch mark on her chest she made by herself (her leaving Bruce). God, I really love this picture!
— Fioretin (@Fioretin) September 5, 2018
Going to FOC soon…
CATWOMAN #4 VAR ED
(W) Joelle Jones (A) Fernando Blanco (CA) Stanley Lau
Things have gone from bad to worse for Selina in Villa Hermosa. Her new city has taken away what little she was able to carry with her from Gotham, and her rap sheet offers scant protection when local crooks frame her for murdering two police officers. The law has caught up with her and Catwoman is in the clink, giving her time to reflect on her life and all the things that led her to Vila Hermosa. Turns out she didn’t choose the move randomly or just to get away from the Batman. This special interlude issue takes us back in time to explode some previously unknown truth bombs from Selina Kyle’s past. BATWOMAN artist Fernando Blanco joins Joëlle Jones to explore a couple of the early versions of Catwoman’s nine lives.
In Shops: Oct 10, 2018
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