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Catwoman Vol. 1: The Game (The New 52) [Anglais] [Broché]

Judd Winick , Guillem March
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22 mai 2012
A New York Times Bestseller

As a part of the acclaimed DC Comics—The New 52 event of September 2011, meet Selina Kyle, also known as Catwoman. She's addicted to the night. Addicted to shiny objects. Addicted to Batman. Most of all, Catwoman is addicted to danger. She can't help herself, and the truth is–she doesn't want to. She's good at being bad, and very bad at being good.

But this time, Selina steals from the wrong man, and now he's got her. He wants his stuff back, he wants answers and he wants blood. Writer Judd Winick begins a new chapter for CATWOMAN–hopefully she makes it out alive!

This volume collect issues 1-7 of Catwoman, part of the DC Comics—The New 52 event.


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Biographie de l'auteur

A former cast member on MTV's The Real World, Judd Winick is the writer and illustrator of Barry Ween—Boy Genius and the Pulitzer Prize-nominated Pedro and Me. His DC Comics work includes Batman, Outsiders, Titans, Justice League: Generation Lost, Green Arrow and Green Lantern. Also, he is the creator of the Cartoon Network series The Life and Times of Juniper Lee. He is currently writing Catwoman and Batwing as a part of DC Comics—The New 52.

Détails sur le produit

  • Broché: 144 pages
  • Editeur : DC Comics (22 mai 2012)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 140123464X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1401234645
  • Dimensions du produit: 25,8 x 17,2 x 0,6 cm
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.5 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (2 commentaires client)
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Par Stan FREDO TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
Judd Winick, qui écrit depuis une dizaine d'années pour DC Comics, s'est vu assigner 'Catwoman' dans le cadre de "The New 52", le grand mouvement de relance de tous les titres de super-héros de la grande rivale de Marvel Comics opéré en septembre 2011. Sauf erreur, le précédent relaunch notable de ce personnage était le fait d'Ed Brubaker et Darwyn Cooke ('Catwoman 1: Trail of the Catwoman'). Une succession difficile tant la barre est placée haut !
Ce trade paperback contient les 6 premiers numéros de la nouvelle série. On retrouve, au plan du scénario, un peu de l'ambiance "noire" de la Catwoman de Brubaker tandis qu'en matière de dessin, l'espagnol (de Palma de Majorque) Guillem March présente une forme d'anti-thèse du style de D. Cooke.
Catwoman exerce l'activité de monte-en-l'air d'un Arsène Lupin féminin, qui l'amène tant à rencontrer Batman qu'à subir l'ire des puissants dont elle vole les biens. Mais, si Batman, subjugué et amoureux, ne parvient pas à stopper l'activité criminelle de Catwoman, les caïds du crime et policiers corrompus ont à faire valoir de terribles arguments. La protection du Sombre Chevalier suffira-t-elle pour que Selina Kyle alias Catwoman se sorte sans dommage des situations dans lesquelles elle se fourre et entraîne son entourage ?
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 catwoman 7 octobre 2013
Par sanders
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drole, bien ecrit , les dessin sont geniaux , la nouvelle serie 52 se depasse vraiment avec catwoman , j'ai acheté le tome 2 des que j'ai fini celui la
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Amazon Listing Incorrect and a Review 28 mai 2012
Par Omar D. Odeh - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
First off, Amazon lists this trade as collecting Catwoman Issue 01-07. This is INCORRECT. This trade only collects issues 01-06 of the New 52 Catwoman series.

Story: Judd Winick writes the series as if he's writing an HBO series. Overly gritty, a bit overly sexualized, and very violent. He doesn't seem to have a firm understanding of Selina as a character. Perhaps he doesn't need one, since the universe was rebooted. But this is not the Catwoman I've been reading for 20 years now. The book does get incrementally better as it goes along, so there is hope for the future.

Art: I mostly like Gulliem March's art, though he does seem to want to over-sexualize every female character. Selina in particular finds herself in some very awkward poses for the sake of a little TnA. While Catwoman has always been a character who has owned her sexuality and used it to her advantage, some of the art crosses the line between "Confident in Her Sexuality" and "Holy Crap, I Have Lady Parts, Let Me Show You All of Them!" Still, the art is detailed and beautiful.

The trade: INCREDIBLY flimsy. I was excited that this six issue trade wasn't $20 retail, as has been the case for a while. But if I had known the trade would be as flimsy as it is, I wouldn't have even bothered buying it. The pages feel delicate, like they will tear very easily (a problem frequently associated with DC trades). They don't feel firmly planted in the books, as if they would fall out just from normal reading. I haven't even read the actual book yet (I read the issues as they were coming out), I just flipped through it very lightly and carefully, and already you can see where the front cover is coming loose from the book. Not a good product.

Bonuses: In addition to collecting all of issues 01-06, this trade features black-and-white variants of the covers and a sketch gallery.

This collection of Catwoman (New 52) issues 01-06 is a good read, and an interesting start to the new series. Far from the best Catwoman trade, it does get better as it goes along, and shows that this series has the potential to get very good. A solid but flawed start to the new Catwoman.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Amazing reboot of the Cat female Fatale. 8 mars 2013
Par B - Publié sur Amazon.com
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My only grip with this is that Catwoman didn't get a hardcover edition that I felt she deserved. This is an amazing Reboot. Catwoman is back in her own standalone series. We get to see inside her head, and be with her during the action. She isn't just a petty thief. This is about a woman who knows what she is good at doing, and mostly ends up doing good things. I know that people have been upset about the first 2 issues in this reboot. There is a love scene(s) in it, and since this is rated T + (The R rating for comic books) its not ment for children. I personally felt that this was a good scene, it summed up her and Batman's relationship in a few panels. Remember the reboot changed the DC universe, now Vertigo titles belong in it, and the time line is all screwed up. We didn't know what her and Batman's realtionship was at. Before the New 52, her and Batman had dated several times, and she knew he was Bruce Wayne. Here we established that she doesn't know that but they do have a "thing for each other". It's interesting, fun, and not for kids. If you like Catwoman you'lll love this. If you are trying to pick up a comic/graphic novel for your child, I'd look for something else. Hope you enjoy reading it when/if you do pick it up! 5/5.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Character-driven and highly entertaining 19 janvier 2013
Par Neil J. Mehta - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
I had a blast reading this comic. For me, the main selling point was Catwoman's character. She's portrayed as a relentless thrill-seeker, a woman who feels truly alive only when in dire danger. While she foolishly ends up in lots of avoidable sticky situations, this comic makes clear that Catwoman is extremely intelligent - she lands in bad spots because a sick part of her wants to, not because she doesn't know better. Moreover, what we learn (and can infer) about her backstory makes compelling her live-for-the-moment attitude.

The art is very good, but not quite stellar, because it lacks anything truly special. (I'm also annoyed that the artist felt it necessary to emphasize Selina Kyle's breasts as much as possible.) Still, it's a fine vehicle for the story.

And the story is indeed intense and emotionally compelling. It's set against the backdrop of a sleazy and violent underworld, full of gangsters, drug-dealers, strippers, and corrupt cops. (It has the feel of an HBO series made into a comic book, if you know what I mean.) The story also explores Catwoman's relationship with Batman, but that's not the central point of the tale - some of Catwoman's friends are explored more thoroughly than her connection with Batman, and that's a laudable choice.

All in all, I thoroughly enjoyed it and recommend it without reservation.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Occasionally exploitative, but some good mature storytelling within. 12 juin 2012
Par James Donnelly - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
First and foremost, Judd Winick has, to me, been kind of a hit-and-miss writer. He seems to go for more of an in-your-face style rather than subtlety, and this was never more apparent in the first two issues of this reintroduction to Selina Kyle as CATWOMAN as part of DC's NEW 52 initiative.

This new-ish version of Catwoman (which smartly keeps the Darwyn Cooke costume design from when he was doing this title with Ed Brubaker) has been very controversial amongst fans of the character. She's always been the sexy morally-challenged foil for Batman ever since her inception in the early 40's but never really more than that until the early 2000's when Ed Brubaker and Darwyn Cooke took a more aggressive stance for making her more than just the sexy cat-burglar that had the hots for The Bat. They made her more of an urban vigilante for the slums of Gotham, basically looking out for those that the police and even Batman ignored, such as the "ladies of the night" that she had once been. She was still a thief and she was still willing to cross lines that Batman wouldn't to see justice done, but she was more of a three-dimensional character.

The reason that Winick and artist Guillem March's run started with such controversy is that they seemed to be completely stripping the crime-fighter elements of her life away in order to bring back some of the fun that people used to have with the Catwoman character. The argument (and it's a strong one) is that by making Selina less than what she used to be was to take the character back to more of the hypersexualized character is what continues to make comics a very male-dominated field from both a creator and a reader standpoint. While I do believe that there are elements of that argument that are entirely valid, it doesn't stop what Winick has done with the character by keeping her core, but also making her strong in other ways.

The plot of this arc of CATWOMAN is very secondary to the new-ish presentation of the character. She's still a thief; she's still making all the wrong enemies; she's still got a glint in her eye and fire in her heart. What does change here is that the attraction between Batman and Catwoman; from the end of the first issue and the opening of the second issue, it is much more graphic and sexualized than it ever has been. This was cannon fodder for people who were against this comic's interpretation of Selina, but when I read it, I saw something different; I saw a man and a woman so darkened and so damaged by the lives they lead that the only way they can lose themselves is within each other and their trysts. I thought it was not just done for "superhero porn" as some have called it, but to illustrate how desperate both these souls are.

Sadly, certain issues lack the same impact as the first couple of issues, and there is an issue in this collection in which Selina is pursued not only by a bunch of crooked cops but also a new villain that is so rapidly paced, it becomes unintelligible halfway through.

The best parts of Winick and March's CATWOMAN are when they show Selina's vulnerabilities and her strengths in overcoming them.

Another strength/weakness of this book is the art by March. His kind of patented "crazy-eyes" look does get a little old sometimes, his work (as also evidenced in his run on the pre-New 52 GOTHAM CITY SIRENS) is pretty cheesecake-y, and there are some poses that are just darned awkward, but the man does know how to draw a dynamic page of comics.

Winick's best current work is on the title BATWING, which is sadly underrated and under-read, but while this first volume of the New 52 CATWOMAN doesn't exactly show her at her best, it's certainly not at her worst either.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Maybe not quite as good as the last time this series re-launched, but still quite good! 7 novembre 2012
Par N. Beitler - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
Title: Catwoman: The Game
Publisher: DC
Writer: Judd Winick
Artists: Guillem March (pencils, inks, covers) Tomeu Morey (colors)
Collects: Catwoman #1-6 (New 52)
Price: $14.99

This trade collects the first story arc of the newly-re-launched Catwoman series. Part of the "New 52," this series launches without the encumbrances of past continuity. As such, the writer is free to take the character new places and into new relationships and conflicts. I've been a fan of Catwoman in the past - particularly when Ed Brubaker was writer on the series. So, how was the series this time around?

I'm happy to say I was pretty pleased with the new series. Judd Winick usually does a pretty good job writing comics, and he does an excellent job on this re-launch. Every new series tries to launch with one or more good "hooks" that they hope will keep readers coming back for more. Winick's biggest hook in the new series is definitely Catwoman's amorous relationship with Batman. There's quite a bit of focus placed on this (a bit more graphically than most readers will be used to, I might add), and it's something that is sure to place a continuing part in upcoming stories.

The Catwoman of this series is portrayed as an adrenaline junkie who has a real devil-may-care attitude - bordering on having a death wish. Selina Kyle is confident, quick-thinking, and skillful. However, she is also reckless, emotional, and indulgent. It's an interesting mix, and one that is sure to get her into (and out of) trouble on a regular basis. Unlike the Catwoman of the past, this Catwoman is fairly destitute and lacking a good network of friends to support her. I'm sure this will be something that Judd Winick will look forward to developing anew.

Artist Guillem March isn't someone I am familiar with. I can't recall any other books that
I've read that he has illustrated, but I like what I see in this book. March's illustrations are detailed, lifelike, and action-packed. The only gripe I have with the art has to do with Catwoman's eyes. Selina's eyes were often a bit too large. I've never cared for the anime-style doe eyes, and I'm not a fan of them on Selina, either. Other than that, the illustrations were great. The colors by Morey really brought the illustrations to life, too. Hopefully this art team will continue on with the book for the next few story arcs.

Overall, this is a fine entry in DC's "New 52" lineup and one that I look forward to following up with in the future.

Writing: 8/10
Artwork: 8/10
Cool Factor: 8/10
Value: 8/10

Overall: 10/10
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