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 Batgirl’s first encounter with Catwoman. There isn’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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View all 3 comments. While not complex, it’s a good light-hearted chase story and reminds of a less dark chapter in the Dark Knight’s legacy.

I took batma 3 stars for the art and the first half of the story.

Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. You demonize your enemies. I’m sorry it was written. Utter sexist rubbish designed to show Batgirl and Catwoman in “sexy” poses.

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The artwork, other than a few niggly panels, was a high standard. Batgirl and Catwoman literally get completely naked and fight each other, and DC just went ahead stamped their seal of approval all over it.

Muy divertido y ligero. Batgirl and Catwoman in a skimpy- and sometimes no- clothed night long duel?

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At the end of issue 17, Batgirl was faced with a nasty dilemma: Yes, yes, yes this has something to do with the plot, but who cares! An entertaining read, if not fantastic. Refresh and try again.


To ask other readers questions about Batman Confidential, Vol. Didn’t really enjoy this graphic novel. Cconfidential and Catwoman ripping into each other across the rooftops of Gotham.

I was so excited for this book when it came out in single-issue form back in because I was and still am a huge fan of artist Kevin Maguire, best known for his work on Justice League International just re-read this after 10 years has it been that long?

Instead of a cool battle between two strong, interesting female leads, however, it was more like some guy’s ok, fine, plenty of guys’ and some girls’ fantasy of two hot chicks fighting over Batman.

Let’s try to keep the focus on that. And, for the record, confidentiall one has ever written the Batrgirl character better than Simone. Jun 09, Candice M tinylibrarian rated it it was ok. Batman only makes two brief appearances in this five-issue story arc.

By following Catwoman in, Batgirl proves to Catwoman and to herself just how far she will go to catch a criminal. Seqential MInded on June 24, 3: We once again get a good grip sorry of why Batgirl was allowed to continue being Batgirl; she is feisty, well trained, and strong. The first part was pretty boring. Sep 05, Steve rated it really liked it Shelves: Makes me sick, and no I don’t hate comics I own almost graphic novels including a lot of Batgirl and Batman, this is quite possibly my most hated and I wish I read it before buying online.


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Wait, it gets better. But I gave back a star for the nice ending. Jan 26, Bill Williams rated it really liked it. Batman shows up too. But who’s the mysterious third party involved? Despite the title of this series, Batman is just a peripheral character in this volume. Although there is a plot, the backbone of this story is an extended, clothes-shredding battle across the rooftops of Gotham City between Batgirl and Catwoman.

Good thing batman shows up to completely incapacitate him with one punch. Jun 28, Chad Jordahl rated it really liked it Shelves: Awesome little caper where Catwoman steals Commissioner Gordon’s notebook from Batgirl.

A lot of fun and the artwork by Kevin Maguire puts it over the top! Nov 12, Evan Leach rated it it was ok Shelves: Sep 21, Sonic rated it really liked it. The artist relies on sexy poses in every other frame, and the overall composition is just No idea why they are drawn this way. The faces are drawn very masculine as well. What’s not to love?