(Marzo de 2022)

ECC Ediciones, 2022 Series
Published in Spanish (Spain) Spain
 
Price
34,00 EUR
Pages
336
Indicia / Colophon Publisher
ECC Ediciones
Brand
ECC; DC [circle and serifs]
ISBN
978-84-19186-96-6 Search at WorldCat
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Editing
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Color
color portada; color interior
Dimensions
257 x 168 mm.
Binding
cartoné
Publishing Format
novela gráfica

El Gran Golpe de Selina (Table of Contents)

Catwoman / cover / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Darwyn Cooke
Inks
Darwyn Cooke
Colors
Darwyn Cooke
Letters
typeset

Genre
super-héroes (superhero)
Characters
Catwoman [Selina Kyle]
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Lettering credit from "The Scratchin' Post" text introduction.

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Catwoman / comic story / 19 pages (report information)

Script
Darwyn Cooke
Pencils
Darwyn Cooke
Inks
Darwyn Cooke
Colors
Matt Hollingsworth
Letters
Darwyn Cooke

Genre
crimen (crime); super-héroes (superhero)
Characters
Catwoman [Selina Kyle]; Leonard "Swifty" Burgess; Chantel; Frank Falcone; Stark (introduction; in flashback); Kong (Falcone's henchman)
Synopsis
After a job in Morocco doesn't pan out, Selina returns to Gotham to find a big score. A colleague, Swifty, puts her in touch with Chantel, the companion of local mob boss Frank Falcone. Chantel overhead Falcone talking about a heroin deal with Canadian criminals. The deal involves 24 million dollars in dirty money transported via train to Canada. Selina decides the heist is attractive, but too big for a solo job. She decides to put together a team.
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Keywords
Gotham City; Morocco; Swifty's Pawn Shop

Indexer Notes

Both Catwoman and Selina Kyle are generally believed to be dead at the time of this story. Catwoman appears primarily as Selina Kyle.

This chapter takes place shortly before the events of the "Trail of the Catwoman" story in Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #759-762.

Frank Falcone is stated to be a member of the Falcone crime family, but his exact relationship to the family is unspecified.

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Catwoman / comic story / 29 pages (report information)

Script
Darwyn Cooke
Pencils
Darwyn Cooke
Inks
Darwyn Cooke
Colors
Matt Hollingsworth
Letters
Darwyn Cooke

Genre
crimen (crime); super-héroes (superhero)
Characters
Stark; Catwoman [Selina Kyle]; Leonard "Swifty" Burgess; Chantel; Jeff; Frank Falcone
Synopsis
Selina meets up with her old mentor Stark in Miami and convinces him join her on the heist. Chantel acquires the train route and schedule. Selina learns that Slam Bradley has been investigating her death. Selina meets Stark in Vegas, where he introduces her to Jeff. Jeff is recruited and comes up with a means to board the train. Selina proposes a plan to get off the train with the money. Falcone learns that Chantel has been spying on him and confronts her.
Reprints
Keywords
Bradley Investigations; casino; Death Valley; Gotham City; hotel; Lake Tahoe; Las Vegas; Miami Beach; Swifty's Pawn Shop

Indexer Notes

The events of the "Trail of the Catwoman" story in Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #759-762 take place during this chapter.

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Catwoman / comic story / 16 pages (report information)

Script
Darwyn Cooke
Pencils
Darwyn Cooke
Inks
Darwyn Cooke
Colors
Matt Hollingsworth
Letters
Darwyn Cooke

Genre
crimen (crime); super-héroes (superhero)
Characters
Slam Bradley; Catwoman [Selina Kyle]; Leonard "Swifty" Burgess; Chantel (dies); Frank Falcone; Henri LaPerier; jean-Marc; Jeff; Stark
Synopsis
Slam Bradley is trying to figure out what Selina is up to. He stakes out Swifty's Pawn Shop, and spots and identifies Chantel. Selina and Swifty get away. Slam decides to track down Chantel to see if she's connected. He finds her as Falcone is about to kill her, having tortured the heist plans from her. Slam kills Falcone's men, then beats Falcone till he learns what Falcone knows of the heist, and that Falcone has tipped off the train and the Canadian heroin dealer, LaPerier. He talks a sea plane pilot into flying him to the border. Meanwhile, LaPerier intercepts Swifty at the border.
Reprints
Keywords
boat; diamond robbery; Gotham City; heist; sea plane; Swifty's Pawn Shop; train; train robbery

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Catwoman / comic story / 21 pages (report information)

Script
Darwyn Cooke
Pencils
Darwyn Cooke
Inks
Darwyn Cooke
Colors
Matt Hollingsworth
Letters
Darwyn Cooke

Genre
crimen (crime); super-héroes (superhero)
Characters
Catwoman [Selina Kyle]; Stark (dies); Jeff (dies); Kong; Leonard "Swifty" Burgess (dies); Henri LaPerier (dies); Slam Bradley; Jean-Marc (dies)
Synopsis
Selina, Stark, and Jeff board the train, take out the guards, and escape the train with the money. Swifty picks them up, but unknown to them LaPerier is on the boat with Swifty. LaPerier kills Jeff and then Swifty. Slam's plane buzzes the boat before LaPerier can kill Selina or Stark, who use the distraction to escape. LaPerier turns the boat back to the cove where Jean-Marc is waiting as the plane lands there. Jean-Marc kills the pilot, but is killed by Slam. Selina and Starkreboard the boat and confront LaPerier. Stark and LaPerier kill each other. Selina gets away with the score.
Reprints
Keywords
boat; border; heist; sea plane; St. Laurence River; train; train robbery

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Catwoman / comic story / 8 pages (report information)

Script
Ed Brubaker
Pencils
Darwyn Cooke
Inks
Cameron Stewart
Colors
Matt Hollingsworth
Letters
Sean Konot
Editing
Matt Idelson

Genre
policíaco (detective-mystery); super-héroes (superhero)
Characters
Slam Bradley; Mayor Daniel Dickerson; Leonard "Swifty" Burgess
Synopsis
Slam Bradley is hired by the Mayor to verify the death of Catwoman, or find her if she is alive.
Reprints
Keywords
Bradley Investigations; Gotham City; Swifty's Pawn Shop

Indexer Notes

This story follows the events of Catwoman (DC, 1993 series) #96, the last issue of that series, where Catwoman is believed to have died.

This story leads into Catwoman: Selina's Big Score (DC, 2002 series) and Catwoman (DC, 2002 series) #1.

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Catwoman / comic story / 8 pages (report information)

Script
Ed Brubaker
Pencils
Darwyn Cooke
Inks
Darwyn Cooke
Colors
Matt Hollingsworth
Letters
Sean Konot
Editing
Matt Idelson

Genre
policíaco (detective-mystery); super-héroes (superhero)
Characters
Slam Bradley; Detective Cooper; Spender; Gino; Selina Kyle (cameo; photo); Bruce Wayne (cameo; photo)
Synopsis
The mob wants Slam to verify the death of Selina Kyle.
Reprints
Keywords
cemetery; coffin; Gotham City; graveyard; New York City; police bar; The Thin Blue Line

Indexer Notes

This story leads into Catwoman: Selina's Big Score (DC, 2002 series) and Catwoman (DC, 2002 series) #1.

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Catwoman / comic story / 8 pages (report information)

Script
Ed Brubaker
Pencils
Darwyn Cooke
Inks
Darwyn Cooke
Colors
Matt Hollingsworth
Letters
Sean Konot
Editing
Matt Idelson

Genre
policíaco (detective-mystery); super-héroes (superhero)
Characters
Slam Bradley; Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Gino; Selina Kyle (in flashbacks, and last page cameo)
Synopsis
Batman suggests that Slam back off of the case.
Reprints
Keywords
Bradley Investigations; Gotham City; Wayne Enterprises

Indexer Notes

This story leads into Catwoman: Selina's Big Score (DC, 2002 series) and Catwoman (DC, 2002 series) #1.

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Catwoman / comic story / 8 pages (report information)

Script
Ed Brubaker
Pencils
Darwyn Cooke
Inks
Darwyn Cooke
Colors
Matt Hollingsworth
Letters
Sean Konot
Editing
Matt Idelson

Genre
policíaco (detective-mystery); super-héroes (superhero)
Characters
Slam Bradley; Selina Kyle [Catwoman]; Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Mayor Daniel Dickerson; Gino
Synopsis
Selina Kyle visits Slam.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

This story leads into Catwoman: Selina's Big Score (DC, 2002 series) and Catwoman (DC, 2002 series) #1.

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Catwoman / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
Ed Brubaker
Pencils
Darwyn Cooke
Inks
Mike Allred
Colors
Matt Hollingsworth
Letters
Sean Konot

Genre
super-héroes (superhero)
Characters
Clayface [Todd Russell] (as "Brian")(intro); Lisa; Catwoman [Selina Kyle]; Dr. Leslie Thompkins; Riddler [Edward Nigma]; Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Holly Robinson
Synopsis
On Gotham's East End, a man picks up a sex worker, but then kills her when she is upset by his face.

Selina Kyle, recently returned to Gotham, tries to decide what she's doing with her life. She is reunited with her old friend Holly, who she feels protective of. Holly lets her know that several sex workers have been killed over the past few weeks.
Reprints
Keywords
Dr. Thompkins East Side Clinic; East End; Gotham City; sex worker

Indexer Notes

First issue of a new ongoing series, following the events of the "Trail of the Catwoman" back up stories in Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #759-762 (and, chronologically, the "prequel" story Catwoman: Selina's Big Score (DC, 2002)).

Leslie Thompkins and Holly Robinson are established as supporting characters. Selina operates out of an abandoned tenement house she secretly bought early in her career.

Selina debuts a new costume in this issue, designed by Darwyn Cooke.

First appearance of the seventh Clayface, seen only in shadow and identified only as "Brian".

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Catwoman / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
Ed Brubaker
Pencils
Darwyn Cooke
Inks
Mike Allred
Colors
Matt Hollingsworth
Letters
Sean Konot

Genre
super-héroes (superhero)
Characters
Mindy; Clayface [Todd Russell] (as "Greg"); Catwoman [Selina Kyle]; Holly Robinson
Synopsis
On Gotham's East End, "Greg", whose face we still can't see, picks up another sex worker, Mindy. She reacts badly to seeing his face, and he kills her.

Selina, after talking to Holly, has decided to become the protector of the East End. She beaks into the GCPD and makes copies of the police reports on the dead sex workers.

A man coming into an alley finds "Greg", covered in blood, sitting in a car with Mindy's corpse and yells for help. Selina arrives to find the car, the corpse, and "Greg's" bloody clothing, abandoned. She hides when the cops come and listens to the worker's story.
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Keywords
cops; East End; GCPD; Gotham City; Gotham City Police Department; morgue; police officers; sex workers

Indexer Notes

"Greg" is implied to be "Brian" from the previous issue, but is not yet revealed as a shape changer.

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Catwoman / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
Ed Brubaker
Pencils
Darwyn Cooke
Inks
Mike Allred
Colors
Matt Hollingsworth
Letters
Sean Konot

Genre
super-héroes (superhero)
Characters
Dr. Leslie Thompkins; Catwoman [Selina Kyle]; Jerry; Chris; Holly Robinson; "Honest" Jay Little; Clayface [Todd Russell]
Synopsis
Selina tracks the car plates to a used car dealer who gives her a physical description of the suspect. She goes undercover, posing as a sex worker at an East End bar. She encounters him without realizing it, scaring him off, then realizes it was him and he can change his face. She searches the area for him. Meanwhile, "Todd" picks up another sex worker instead and takes her back to his place. He starts to lose control of the shape of his face and the woman runs out, panicking. As he starts to pursue, Selina arrives.
Reprints
Keywords
bar; cops; Dave's All Nighter; Dr. Thompkins East Side Clinic; East End; forensics; Gotham City; Honest Jay Little's Used Cars; operating theater; police; sex workers; warehouse

Indexer Notes

The suspect from the previous issues is here revealed to be a man who looks like Todd Russell, "the actor", but doesn't sound like the actor. We then learn he can change his face, quickly and easily.

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Catwoman / comic story / 23 pages (report information)

Script
Ed Brubaker
Pencils
Darwyn Cooke
Inks
Mike Allred
Colors
Matt Hollingsworth
Letters
Sean Konot

Genre
super-héroes (superhero)
Characters
Catwoman [Selina Kyle]; Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Holly Robinson; Dr. Leslie Thompkins; Clayface [Todd Russell]
Synopsis
Selina confronts the new Clayface, learning he's an amnesiac shapechanger who doesn't know his real name or how he got his powers. He thinks he was a soldier who was experimented on. He has been killing sex workers unintentionally, panicking when his shape changing slips and the women freak out. He freaks out in turn when Selina offers to help him. She defeats him and calls Batman to help with the cleanup.
Reprints
Keywords
Dr. Thompkins East Side Clinic; East End; Gotham City

Indexer Notes

"Todd Russell" is finally revealed to have Clayface-like abilities, though he is not given a definitive name here. He is identified as Clayface and Todd Russell in issue #44.

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Catwoman / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
Ed Brubaker
Pencils
Bradley Rader
Inks
Cameron Stewart
Colors
Matt Hollingsworth; Giulia Brusco
Letters
Sean Konot

Genre
super-héroes (superhero)
Characters
Catwoman [Selina Kyle]; Holly Robinson; Brendan Skinner; Dexter Garcia; Slam Bradley; Xavier Dylan; Sergeant MacNalty (intro); Officer Rickett (intro)
Synopsis
Selina learns of a drug smuggling operation that uses kids from the East End as cover. She targets Dexter Garcia, a low level dealer who's running the kids, convincing him to give up his boss, Xavier Dylan. Garcia takes it upon himself to kidnap Dylan and beat him before turning him into the police. Unknown to Selina or Garcia, the sergeant and officer interrogating the dealer are dirty and work for Dylan.
Reprints
Keywords
cops; dirty cops; drug smuggling; East End; East Side Gotham Hospital; GCPD headquarters; Gotham City; Gotham City Police Department; ICU; Intensive Care Unit; interrogation room; police; police corruption

Indexer Notes

MacNalty's name is spelled "MacNaulty" in this issue, but is more often spelled "MacNalty" in subsequent issues.

Rickett is not named in this issue.

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Catwoman / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
Ed Brubaker
Pencils
Bradley Rader
Inks
Cameron Stewart
Colors
Matt Hollingsworth
Letters
Willie Schubert

Genre
super-héroes (superhero)
Characters
Holly Robinson; Catwoman [Selina Kyle]; Karon (intro); Jenni; David G.; Sergeant MacNalty; Officer Rickett; Officer Farley
Synopsis
Holly is investigating David G., a new drug dealer in the East End and realizes he's an undercover cop. She follows him to a warehouse where he meets Sgt. MacNalty, Detective Farley, and Detective Rickett. When David G. refuses to cooperate with MacNalty, MacNalty has Farley kill him. When Holly gasps, Rickett and Farley give chase to Holly and shoot her in the shoulder.
Reprints
Keywords
East End; Gotham City; warehouse; Woody's Delicatessen

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Catwoman / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
Ed Brubaker
Pencils
Bradley Rader
Inks
Rick Burchett; Cameron Stewart
Colors
Matt Hollingsworth
Letters
Willie Schubert

Genre
super-héroes (superhero)
Characters
Officer Rickett; Officer Farley; Holly Robinson; Catwoman [Selina Kyle]; Dr. Leslie Thompkins; Sergeant MacNalty; Detective Crispus Allen; Slam Bradley; Detective Farruci; Lt. Matthews
Synopsis
Selina rescues Holly from Rickett and Farley and takes her to Leslie Thompkins to be treated.

Crispus Allen is assigned to oversee the investigation of the murder of the undercover cop, which displeases MacNalty and Lt. Matthews.

Detective Farrucci tells Selina and Slam Bradley off the record that he had heard that dirty cops have taken over the East End drug trade, and someone high up the ladder is covering for them.

MacNalty, Rickett, and Farley claim Holly killed the undercover cop and issue a police artist's sketch of her to the media.
Reprints
Keywords
Dr. Thompkins East Side Clinic; East Side Diner; Gotham City; Gotham City Police Department; Precinct House 14; warehouse

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Catwoman / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
Ed Brubaker
Pencils
Bradley Rader
Inks
Rick Burchett
Colors
Matt Hollingsworth
Letters
Willie Schubert

Genre
super-héroes (superhero)
Characters
Karon; Holly Robinson; Slam Bradley; Catwoman [Selina Kyle]; Sergeant MacNalty; Officer Rickett; Officer Farley; Detective Crispus Allen; Jeffo; Xavier Dylan
Synopsis
Crispus Allen continues to investigate the death of the undercover cop, while MacNalty, Rickett, and Farley continue to try to find Holly, the only witness who can identify them as the killers.

Selina visits a fence to get some information about where a big drop involving the dirty cops is occurring. He request a favor in return.

Selina sticks a tracer on a GCPD armored vehicle and follows it to a parking garage. She detonates it during the handoff, destroying the drugs it was carrying, then in the confusion steals the payment--millions in uncut diamonds.
Reprints
Keywords
East End; Gotham City; Gotham City Police Department; Precinct House 14

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Catwoman / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
Ed Brubaker
Pencils
Bradley Rader
Inks
Rick Burchett
Colors
Lee Loughridge
Letters
Willie Schubert

Genre
super-héroes (superhero)
Characters
Sergeant MacNalty; Detective Farruci; Catwoman; Officer Rickett; Slam Bradley; Xavier Dylan; Karon; Holly Robinson; Black Mask; Detective Crispus Allen; Lt. Matthews; Jeffo
Synopsis
Selina approaches Crispus Allen and offers him a deal. She'll give him MacNalty and a bunch of bad cops, if he promises to help clear Holly Robinson's name.

Selina offers Xavier Dylan the option to pay money to get his diamonds back. She fakes evidence that Officer Rickett is working for a rival mob.

MacNalty is sent after Slam Bradley; whose office is bugged by Bradley, Selina, and Allen. They get MacNalty to admit on tape that he shot the narc. Selina busts into the room as things start to get out of hand and MacNalty is shot.

Dylan is revealed to be working for Black Mask.
Reprints
Keywords
Bradley Investigations; East End; GCPD; Gotham Central; Gotham City; Gotham City Police Department; Precinct House 14
Editing
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