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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I took off 3 stars for the art and the first half of the story. I liked this book more than I wanted to. Basically Cat Woman steals something from Bat Girl who stole it from her dadand they spend the entire time chasing each other across Batma. It’s nice to see Batman, Catwoman, and Batgirl in a more humorous light, and one does have to credit Fabian with mixing the light moments with the darker ones professionally.

The second half is way more interesting. It turns out to be a brisk, fun and entertaining cat and mouse chase across Confidebtial set over the course of one night. A fun read conficential Batgirl trying to keep a notebook of her father’s safe. I am so glad that I did, and look forward to getting my hands on a TPB of the earlier issues. They are really unattractive. However he does have a bit of trouble with faces at times, drawing some very ungainly expressions.

Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. A lot of fun and the artwork by Kevin Maguire puts it over the top! Paperbackpages.


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While not complex, it’s a good light-hearted chase story and reminds of a less dark chapter in the Dark Knight’s legacy. Her costume is also weird, and impractical for roof jumping.

Terrific story about Batgirl and Catwoman’s first encounter of each other. She has to fight Catwoman for it, along with a rogues gallery of Batman enemies. At times funny, but also great fights that are well-timed.

Instead of a cool battle between two strong, interesting female leads, however, it was more like some guy’s #118, fine, plenty of guys’ and some girls’ fantasy of two hot chicks fighting over Batman.

I was very excited when I read about this coming out as I love both Batgirl and Catwoman. The story drags a little in the middle, but the finale, in which Batgirl is trapped in Arkham Asylum, is great.

Nicieza is a bit of a wild card for me.


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Jan 26, Lukas rated it liked it. Jul 14, Kevin Wright rated it liked it Shelves: They are drawn stocky and masculine, which is really odd as Cat Woman is one of the sexiest villains in the Batman universe, next to Ivy and Quinn. Aug 20, Ronnie Jones rated it it was ok. To see what your friends thought of this confiential, please sign up. However, overall I thought this was pretty rough, especially in a somewhat risque first half. But who’s the mysterious third party involved?


Sep contidential, Yves rated it liked it Shelves: The first part was pretty boring. There’s also some inner dialog from both parties that boils down to “OMG I can’t believe Batman hang I didn’t like the first half, but the second part was very entertaining and well written.

The Cat and the Bat tells the story of how Batgirl and Catwoman first met. Batman shows up too. Dec 17, Adam rated it really liked it Shelves: I’m sorry Bob Kane ever thought up Batman in the first place. This is bagman of those Batman comics that you always wondered if they existed. Batgirl and Catwoman literally get completely naked and fight each other, and DC just went ahead stamped their seal of approval all over it. I can’t say too much about the art.

Mostly it’s about Batgirl and Catwoman, chasing each other and fighting over possession of a stolen notebook over the course of one crazy night in Gotham City. Return to Book Page.