She was Gotham’s Catwoman. Now Selina Kyle is Gotham’s kingpin. After discovering that she’s the heir apparent to the Calabrese crime family, Selina has put aside the life of a high-stakes jewel thief—and occasional vigilante—for an even more dangerous game. Now she’s the head of all organized crime in the city. Her plan? Unite Gotham’s warring families, using their resources to rebuild the city instead of preying on it. But the crown comes at a cost. Not every family is willing to play ball. As her enemies—like the brutal Black Mask and an impostor calling herself the new Catwoman—attack from outside her organization, traitors lurk within. To rule the underworld, Selina must become a creature of the underworld herself. She may have nine lives, but she only has one soul. To save the city she loves, will she sacrifice everything else? Writer Genevieve Valentine and artist Garry Brown radically reimagine one of the DC Universe’s greatest characters in CATWOMAN: KEEPER OF THE CASTLE (collects issues #35-40 and CATWOMAN ANNUAL #2). Once this crime saga sinks its claws into you, there’s no turning back…
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About the Author
Genevieve Valentine is a novelist and comic book writer, currently working on DC Comics's CATWOMAN series. Her first novel, Mechanique: A tale of the Circus Tresaulti, won the Crawford Award for a first fantasy novel, and was shortlisted for the Nebula Award.
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Catwoman Vol. 6: Keeper of the Castle (The New 52) based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
This is Catwoman in name only and is one of the worst Selina Kyle stories I have ever read. Instead of the fun, sexy, sassy and self confident world class thief; we get a morose, suicidal mobster who is always second guessing herself. The story moves at a snail's pace and for a comic, has little to no action. Finally, instead of getting a Batman/Catwoman relationship, that most fans wanted, Valentine puts Selina in a lesbian relationship. I've read most Catwoman stories from the 70's to today, and its never been hinted that Selina is bisexual. This is just a politically correct stunt by DC to see what sticks to the wall. Not surprisingly, the series was cancelled afterwards. Instead of Valentine's dismal take on this iconic character, I'd recommend the following: Jeph Loeb's "When In Rome", "Hush", "The Long Halloween" and "Dark Victory". For her solo series, try the stories written by Mary Jo Duffy, Chuck Dixon, Doug Moench, Devin Grayson and John Ostrander.