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This issue has got Catwoman doing what she does and executing a heist. She and Carlos have gotten their hands on what is apparently half of a map to ancient healing pools. So naturally they team up with a forger, James Thien, to steal the other half. Of course it all goes perfectly until Carlos decides he wants to try and score a little extra.
The story, written by Joelle Jones, is very engaging. With a majority narrated by Carlos, you get to see the heist from his perspective. The jumps between past and present bring the story together nicely. The art is collaborative between Fernando Blanco and Hugo Petrus. You can see the different styles as they take on different aspects of the story. And the colors by John Kalisz give a good contrast to the separate parts of the story. The biggest question we are left with is what is Raina Creel up to?
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