Awkward Pauses by Chris Dee and Rob Pierce
A Cat Tale and Twofaced Tale told in parallel. Hell Month changes
everything for Bruce and Selina's romance.
Review: Gods, what an excellent, emotional rollercoaster.
As Selina says, this isn't over yet but, even if she never gets any further
into the depths of Bruce's psyche than she already has, she has uncovered
enough for Bruce to reassess his priorities during HM. And we've already
seen what that kind of reassessment leads to -- in Satori -- and it's not to
a softer or a less focused Batman, but to one who uses increased
self-knowledge to enable him to do his 'job' even more effectively.
Okay class, lets review: Hellmonth is in full force, but for once Bruce has
taken the unprecedented step of letting someone get closer to him now. Lucius takes the liberty of proofreading all memos in January. Now that that
has been settled class, what answers do we want from the deranged
rabbit-hole known as Chris Dee's writing genius?
This relationship doesnt move in levels, it takes gigantic leaps. Every
single time. Every time one of these relationship leaps occurs, One of them,
usually Selina panics, and the two of them push and pull at it until it
becomes Batman and Catwoman playing a high-stakes game of truth or dare, and
then they get over it.
Selina is the most delightful blend of strong, wise, sexy and neurotic I
have ever encountered.