Why Catwoman is a Hit at Birthday Parties in Catwoman #16 [Preview]

Catwoman #16 is in stores this week from DC Comics by Joelle Jones, and we’ve got a preview below, liberated from a compliant DC media partner website.

Catwoman #16 [Preview]

In which we find Catwoman, engaged in a debate about feminism with Raina Creel.

Catwoman #16 [Preview]

A debate which Catwoman appears to be losing.

Catwoman #16 [Preview]

Catwoman is left alone to ponder this information.

Catwoman #16 [Preview]

At another time, we find Catwoman looking much better.

Catwoman #16 [Preview]

And eager to test her skills at persuasion.

Catwoman #16 [Preview]

Cracking a gangster’s head like a pinata is certainly persuasive.

Catwoman #16 [Preview]

Ultimately, she comes out on top.

Catwoman #16 [Preview]

And gets the information she needs.

Catwoman #16 [Preview]

Catwoman #16 is in stores on Wednesday.

H/T to But Why Tho? Podcast for the EX-X-XCLUSIVE preview.

CATWOMAN #16 YOTV
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(W) Joelle Jones (A/CA) Joelle Jones
Selina Kyle joins the Year of the Villain! Finally, Lex Luthor’s gift to Catwoman is revealed. While she wants to remain on the side of good, some habits are too hard to break, and some treasures too tempting. Plus, the gift puts Catwoman one step ahead of her top criminal rival in Villa Hermosa, the diabolical Raina Creel. In this big new story arc, Eisner-nominated writer/artist Jo lle Jones brings together the many plot threads she’s been building since the series’ launch, prepping Catwoman for her next grand adventure. But will she come out the other side as a hero…or villain?
In Shops: Oct 09, 2019
SRP: $3.99

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Scourge of Rich Johnston, maker of puns, and seeker of the Snyder Cut, Jude Terror, sadly, is not the hero comics needs right now... but he's the one the industry deserves.

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