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DC Comics First Look: Catwoman: Lonely City #1
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DC Comics First Look: Catwoman: Lonely City #1

Ten years ago, the massacre known as Fools’ Night claimed the lives of Batman, The Joker, and Nightwing…and sent Catwoman, to prison.

Today, DC Comics has revealed new details for their upcoming DC Black Label series Catwoman: Lonely City. The four-part series is by Cliff Chiang who writes and supplies the art for the series with an expected release date in comic book shops on October 19th. The series will explore Selina Kyle’s life in a world with no Batman. Chiang is known for important stories including the New 52 Wonder Woman, ZatannaGreen Arrow and Black Canary too.

Read the full solicitation for the comic and check out the preview art too below.

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Ten years ago, the massacre known as Fools’ Night claimed the lives of Batman, The Joker, Nightwing, and Commissioner Gordon…and sent Selina Kyle, the Catwoman, to prison. A decade later, Gotham has grown up—it’s put away costumed heroism and villainy as childish things. The new Gotham is cleaner, safer…and a lot less free, under the watchful eye of Mayor Harvey Dent and his Batcops. It’s into this new city that Selina Kyle returns, a changed woman…with her mind on that one last big score: the secrets hidden inside the Batcave! She doesn’t need the money—she just needs to know…who is “Orpheus?”

Chiang writes, draws, colors, and letters each of the four 48-page, Prestige Plus format issues that make up this DC Black Label series; Catwoman: Lonely City is poised to be the kind of next-level storytelling that will change the way that fans see Gotham City, its heroes, and its villains forever.

Catwoman: Lonely City #1 (of 4)

Story by CLIFF CHIANG
Main cover by CLIFF CHIANG
Variant cover by CLIFF CHIANG
1-in-25 “ratio” variant cover by JOCK
Release Date: Tuesday, October 19, 2021

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For the latest information on Catwoman: Lonely City, Human Target, and the World’s Greatest Super Heroes, visit the DC website at www.dccomics.com and follow @DCComics and @thedcnation on social media. The DC UNIVERSE INFINITE digital comic book subscription service includes a host of content created by Cliff Chiang as well as the six-issue Human Target miniseries from 2010, written by co-creator Len Wein and inspired by the 2010 TV show. For more information on DC UNIVERSE INFINITE and a seven-day free trial, check out the website at www.dcuniverseinfinite.com.

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