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Batman (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 29. Januar 2010

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Fabian Nicieza has written a fan-favourite run on X-Men, as well as many other titles including Cable and Deadpool and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Kevin Maguire is a top-tier artist with a unique gift for facial expressions. He most recently reunited with Glffen and DeMatteis on Formerly Known As The Justice League


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Format: Taschenbuch
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Catwoman hat Barbara Gordon/Batgirl ein Notizbuch geklaut, welches sie kurz vorher ihrem Vater Commissioner Gordon klaute. Nach der unvermeidbaren Konfrontation rauft man sich irgendwie zusammen um eine Freundin Kyles/Catwoman aus den Krallen russischer Mafiosis zu kloppen.

Wäre The Cat and the Bat ein Film würde man ihn am ehesten in die Buddymovieecke stellen. Sprich: die klassische "zwei gegensätzliche Figuren können sich nicht leiden müssen aber zusammenarbeiten" Formel. Meistens ist es furchtbar unlustig aber hier geht die Rechnung tatsächlich auf.

Wirklich Tiefgang hat die Story nicht. Sie wird vorwiegend von Batgirl getragen, welche noch am Anfang ihrer Vigilantenkarriere steckt und, trotz etlicher Rückschläge und Selbstzweifel, selbstbewusst versucht sich als vollwertiges Mitglied der Bat-Familie zu beweisen. Normalerweise ist Humor welcher sich aus Stutenbissigkeit ergibt immer eine Sache für sich. Meist ergibt sich dieser aus nerviger Rumzickerei welche den Leser eher peinlich berührt denn erheitert. Aber Fabian Niecieza beweist hier wirklich Händchen und übertritt nie die Grenze zum plumpen Schenkelklopferhumor. Der konsequente Showdown, schließlich versucht sich Batgirl stets zu beweisen, findet im Arkham Asylum statt. Dort eingeschlossen und auf sich alleine gestellt startet sie, einen eher unfreiwilligen "Hindernisslauf", zur Kontrollzentrale welche vom Riddler besetzt ist.
Batman selbst taucht nur relativ kurz auf und auch eher in Form seiner überstrengen Mentorenrolle als wirkliche Hauptperson. Der Fokus ist eindeutig auf Batgirl gelegt.

The Cat And The Bat bietet jetzt nicht viel neues macht aber dennoch Spass wenn man Barbara Gordon/Batgirl mag.
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Bat[girl] meets cat[woman] for the first time and the fur is flying. Because the Cat steals the notebook of her father, Barbara Gordon dons the mantle of the Bat to get it back and a catfight over Gotham's roofs - and in a Hedonist's Club - starts and finally draws the Batman into it.

Easy reading with some unusually risky panels. A "can-" not a "must-read".
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4.0 von 5 Sternen So Batgirl and Catwoman fight naked in the middle of an orgy... 17. Januar 2010
Von Kid Kyoto - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
My title is basically all you need to know about this book. Comic book veterans Fabian Nicieza and Kevin Maguire turn in a fun (if slightly padded) chase between Batgirl and Catwoman that seems designed to include as much cheesecake as they can get away with.

The infamous orgy scene (parental complaints made the papers) comes about half-way through. Maguire manage to draw the whole scene without once showing any naughty bits but it shows how seriously they're taking this. For the rest of the story the two women's costumes become more and more ragged until they're showing almost as much skin as they were in the Gotham City Hedonist Society.

That being said the book is very well-written and very well drawn. Nicieza writes a young Barbara Gordon just starting on her career as Batgirl and still nervous about filling Batman's shoes. Catwoman is cocky and arrogant, determined to humble Batman's latest protege. The chase ends with Batgirl having to outfight or out-think most of Batman's foes in the depths of Arkham Asylum and shows why the character is so admirable.

Maguire draws some of the best faces in the business, able to convey subtle feelings much better than almost any artist in the business. It's almost a shame they decided to go the cheesecake route because it undercuts the good character work both creators do.

So this is a fun superhero story with lots of good looking women wearing not much clothing. If that's your thing check it out.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Enjoyable Story 29. Dezember 2009
Von Steve - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This book comprises Batman Confidential 17 - 21. It is a story about Batgirl's (Barbara Gordon - just 3 weeks into the Batgirl gig) first meeting with Catwoman. Batman does make an appearance for a few pages, but for the most part, do not consider this a Batman tale. Strictly Batgirl. There's nothing deep or mind-blowing about the story. It is just a quick fun romp using mostly Batgirl's but sometimes Catwoman's perspective.

The story may be a little off if you care strongly about continuity. Barbara mentions her junior year in college and tried out for the police force which puts her age around 20-22. She speaks of Robin as if she is attracted to him. I would hope that means he is at least 17 or 18. But if I remember correctly, in Batgirl year one, Robin had to be driven around by Alfred which implies he is under 16. Minor nitpick.

I'm not a big fan of Kevin Maguire's work on Justice League International, but for the most part, the artwork was pretty good. He draws a better Batgirl than either Catwoman or Batman. And, I found at least two occasions where Catwoman's neck was way too long (more like Giraffewoman). So art quality is not a high point and the main reason I downgraded to 4 stars.

For parents interested in buying for their child, there is a multiple page section of the story where everyone in the story is naked (a hedonistic club). "Camera angles" are done so as not to show anything (as a matter of fact, most superheroes show more with their skintight outfits than you see in any part of the nude scenes). But the pages are there and the nudity is heavily implied.

Overall, very enjoyable.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Simple, comedic, but good. 4. April 2010
Von Parker - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Catwoman and Batgirl meet for the first time in this cheeky tale with great art from Kevin Maguire. When I first began reading comics, back in the early nineties, I started with Batman, mainly because of Tim Burton's 1989 film which made me want to go back to the source material and get a Batman fix on a regular basis.

After reading batman and Detective Comics for a while, I began to expand into reading Superman, Spider-man and a slew of other Marvel and DC characters and I realized something about Batman Comics; the artwork on the monthly books did not compare well to other comics on the shelf. At that time, Batman was drawn by Jim Aparo, whose work by then had grown stagnant and rigid under Mike DeCarlo's heavy inking, while Detective Comics was illustrated in the dynamic but not very detailed pencil strokes of Norm Breyfogle. My point of explaining all this is that I began to make a list in my head of artist I would like to see handle the Dark Knight, and one of the names at the top of the list was Kevin Maguire, the artist of the humourous version of the Justice League.

Almost 20 years later I have my wish, and this tale of Batgirl and Catwoman struggling over a certain incriminating diary stolen from Commissioner Gordon suits the artist's talents very well. His knack for drawing facial expressions (as well as the female form) are a perfect fit for this cheeky story, and while I do not appreciate cheesecake in my Batman stories, the simplicity and elegance of the artwork make up for the less than serious tone.

As for Fabien Nicieza's writing; I was a little concerned when I heard he was providing the script. I have found much of his writing to be confusing and breathlessly paced to a fault in some cases. But he does well here, letting the story breath and the action unfold over five issues, and to his credit, allowing the art to do most of the talking. I'd like to point out his strong use of the Joker, who's brief cameo presented a more sinister Joker than other writers manage in a 6 issue mini series.

I would point out one small continuity gaff here though, which is that Batman, Batgirl and way too many mobsters know Catwoman's secret identity, something Batman finds out years later after the Knightfall storyline.

This book reprints the forth story arc from the Batman:Confidential monthly series, and gives us another strong entry after the equally good "Batman: the Wrath", for much the same reasons. The artwork is strong, the writing is crisp, and the editors chose wisely to avoid Batman's early years, which have been overloaded with retro-fitted stories or retelling of encounters with Batman's classic villains. Setting this story in the Dick Grayson years as Robin is refreshing since very few modern Batman tales are told in this era. This arc is a good way to make amends for the disappointing Batman vs. Lex Luther tale, "Rules of Engagement", or the awful Batman Vs. Joker: Round 1 (version 3.0) story, "Lovers and madmen".
More like this please, and definitely more form Kevin Maguire.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Batgirl and Catwoman fans will LOVE this. 9. Dezember 2009
Von Invisiboy - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
For starters, "Batman Confidential: The Bat and The Cat" trade paperback does not star Batman. Batgirl is clearly the star of this outing, and Catwoman is her delicious foil as the two femme fatales fight each other -- and a horde of super villains -- to retrieve a vitally important notebook. (Batman does turn up here and there, and his appearances are indeed memorable.)

The art here is quirky and fun -- not the sexpot versions of these character readers are mostly familiar with. The story is light and enjoyable, though there are a few more "adult" moments that I would not allow a child under 10 years to see.

Overall, this is a great read for teens and adults. And it's a steal at Amazon's price! Let's hope there are more Batgirl/Catwoman team-ups where this one came from. They are both extraordinary female characters, and they deserve this kind of stellar treatment.
3.0 von 5 Sternen Fratboy comic 16. Oktober 2013
Von danny boy - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This isn't a bad comic. There is an underlying plot in which Catwoman has stolen a notebook from Batwoman to pass over to the Russian mafia to save a girl's life. Batwoman, unaware of this, goes all out to retrieve the notebook from Catwoman. The ensuing catfight is as expected. What was unexpected is the trip to a hedonistic club where there is a chance to draw lots of nekked bodies with tastefully covered up bits. The rest of the story then follows thru in the same vein, with more ripped off clothes from the ladies and so on. What is amazing is that Batman's costume remains immaculate throughout.

The drawings are in the style of Frank Cho, but not as good. You can visualise the audience for whom this comic is targetted.
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