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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Jul 14, Kevin Wright rated it liked it Shelves: There’s also some inner dialog from both parties that boils down to “OMG Confidentkal can’t believe Batman hang I didn’t like the first half, but the second part was very entertaining and well written. Good thing batman shows up to completely incapacitate him with one punch. Even better is how over the course of 8 pages both catwoman and batgirl go toe to toe with some souped up super Russian, and barely makes him break a sweat.
Review: Batman Confidential #18
Muy divertido y ligero. No trivia or quizzes yet. Really a Batgirl, rather than a Batman book. Learn how your comment data is processed. AVOID like the plague, this “book” is everything that’s wrong with comics. Forgive me as I parse through them. To ask other readers questions about Batman Confidential, Vol.
Be the first to ask a question about Batman Confidential, Vol. I liked the bones of the plot, but the execution was super sexist. Return to Book Page. This is all done with overly sexual poses and various stages of undress fully clothed, to full on nudity, to ripped up costumes. Both Catwoman and Batgirl are slim and ath This was a lot of fun.
Babs is written super-likeable, funny and charming, as she should be!
The story felt uninspired, the artwork was just OK, and the presentation of the main characters felt just a bit off the mark. She is literally wearing a cat suit and nothing else. Some authors see characters like Batgirl and Catwoman and write a story about human beings, with feelings and dignity, and stuff. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. May 28, Derek Farris rated it it was amazing. There are the names of five different male people who all worked on this comic and apparently thought that the various convoluted ways that the two female characters have their clothes removed throughout the comic were acceptable and a good idea.
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.
Jun 10, Ryan rated it did not like it Shelves: The Cat and the Bat tells the story of how Batgirl and Catwoman first met. At times funny, but also great fights that are well-timed. I was very excited when I read about this coming out as I love both Batgirl and Catwoman.
The story drags a little in the middle, but #8 finale, in which Batgirl is trapped in Arkham Asylum, is great. Awesome little caper where Catwoman steals Commissioner Gordon’s notebook from Batgirl. And to do that, she’s have to wrestle her way through alleys Batgirl and Catwoman keep crossing paths and wrestling over a notebook stolen from Commissioner Gordon. As a fan of both Batgirl and Kevin Maguire, I remembered it fondly.
Batman Confidential, Vol. 4: The Cat and the Bat by Fabian Nicieza
Yes, yes, yes this has something to do with the plot, but who cares! They are really unattractive. May 17, Hannah Givens rated it liked it Shelves: Sep 10, Yves rated it liked it Shelves: It was great to see that up against Catwoman – everything Batgirl wants to be except on the wrong side of the law.
Fabian Nicieza has a really firm grasp sorry on the character of Batgirl, and her internal dialogue is, what I believe to be, spot on. The two chase each other across the rooftops, stealing the book back from each other. Apr 19, Jay Hancock rated it it was ok.
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