Catwoman Vol. 2: No Easy Way Down

Catwoman Vol. 2: No Easy Way Down

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Ed Brubaker continues his noir  look at Selina Kyle and the growing criminal element in Gotham City, along with new artist Cameron Stewart.  The Black Mask, long time foil of Batman, has his sight set on Gotham City's East End to house his drug trafficing empire.  When Selina Kyle discovers the Black Mask's intentions, she begins to wage a vigilante war against his operation in Gotham.  Selina continues to frustrate the Black Mask at every turn and when Selina uses funds stolen from Black Mask henchmen to fund a youth center, the Black Mask is enraged and vows to make Selina pay an awful price.  There is a reason superheroes have a secret identity and when that identity is known, no one in their family as safe, a hard lesson Selina is forced to learn.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781401246532
Publisher: DC Comics
Publication date: 06/18/2013
Sold by: DC Comics
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 166 MB
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About the Author

A one-time cartoonist, Ed Brubaker has been working as a writer since the early 1990s, and in that time his work has won several awards, including both the Harvey and Eisner Awards for Best Writer in 2007, and has been translated around the world. His comics credits include BATMAN, CATWOMAN, GOTHAM CENTRAL and SLEEPER for DC/WildStorm and Daredevil, Captain America and Criminal for Marvel. He lives and works in Seattle, Washington with his wife, Melanie, and many pets.

Cameron Stewart's first major comics work was a celebrated run drawing DC's ongoing CATWOMAN series with writer Ed Brubaker from 2002 to 2003. He then joined forces with Grant Morrison to produce the miniseries SEAGUY, SEVEN SOLDIERS: THE MANHATTAN GUARDIAN and SEAGUY: SLAVES OF MICKEY EYE. In 2006 he was nominated for an Eisner Award for his work on the Jason Aaron-written graphic novel THE OTHER SIDE from Vertigo, and in 2007 he launched his own webcomic, Sin Titulo, which won the 2009 Shuster Award for Outstanding Webcomic Creator and the 2010 Eisner Award for Best Digital Comic. Stewart lives and works in Montreal, Quebec.

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