Written by Will Pfeifer
Art by David Lopez and Alvaro Lopez
+ Catwoman / Batman dynamic - this was just about the best representation of their complex love/hate relationship I have ever seen.
+ Their game of cat and mouse, as Batman chases Catwoman through the East End, was a fun ride which saw numerous changes in each character's mood and personality as they react to each new situation.
+ While it felt like Pfeifer was being forced to make Catwoman "bad" again, the story doesn't reflect this editorial mandate in the least and it follows a very logical and entertaining path to conclusion.
+ Selina's narration throughout the story, showing us her reactions to Batman and the things he does and says, was an excellent framing device.
+ Loved the final conclusion they went with as to why Selina gave up her baby and why she's been acting this way and how it relates to Bruce's motivation and drive to be Batman.
- It's the last issue of one of DC's most consistent and best titles and the only reason I can think of is so they can have her as a "villain" again.
Verdict - Must Read. If you have any interest in Batman and Catwoman and their complicated relationship, this is the issue for you. It's a done in one that boils down what makes their relationship click.