December 3, 2012 11:52 am I assumed the Governor turned on Merle because he lied to him about killing Michonne. I'm sure it wasn't too difficult for the Governor to put together that Michonne led them there, which never would have happened if Merle did his job, or was honest about her getting away.
July 6, 2012 12:10 pm @JokersNuts I think @bgavino was referring to the artist/writer changes that are taking place across all of DC's titles, not Catwoman specifically.
And I'm not sure why "it's definitely due" for a shake-up. It's only been 12 issues. Personally, I miss the days when one writer/artist team steered a book for an extended period of time.
I get the sense that you weren't happy with Winick in general, not that the book reach an imaginary point in time when the creative team needed to change.
July 6, 2012 10:58 am I'm really going to miss Winick on this book. I know a lot of people were turned off by the first issue and may have dropped the book entirely, but they really missed out. Catwoman is in my top 3 list of books DC is publishing. I'm curious to read Nocenti's take though.
May 16, 2012 10:45 am I was really disappointed with the Superboy Prime explanation as well. You knew it was coming as all roads were leading to Infinite Crisis at the time, but it was still a letdown. I thought Winick's take in the Under the Red Hood animated film was by far the best. It was well thought out, it made sense. I really wished that was the option they went with in the books.