catman

It’s a tribute to the Secret Six. I don’t really need to explain why I”m posting this, do I? I didn’t think so.

Secret Six Tribute

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Before you ask, no I don’t care how big of a nerd it makes me for wanting these very cool custom JLU figures reborn as The Secret Six including Bane, Deadshot, Ragdoll, Jeanette, and Catman. Need I say it? WANT!!!

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I’ve been trying to understand Cap’n Carrot’s recent obsession with Catman, but I think his new desktop says it all.

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Remember that Old Spice commercial with the fast-talking man on a horse we shared with you in our final days of Transbuddha? Someone has recreated it in comic form with, wait for it, CATMAN!!!

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That sound you hear is me doing my dance of joy as DC has delivered me another Catman-centric Secret Six issue. YES! Thomas Blake’s search for his son leads him to South Africa, and a trail of bodies for his former teammates to follow. Writer Gail Simone‘s journey of turning Catman from the pathetic punchline of Brad Meltzer (GRRRRR) into one of the most frightening non-super-powered individuals around the DCU (YES!) seems complete. Catman is back, in all his glory, and badder than ever. The speed and skill with which he takes down the super-human Loki (dumping a truck on him and then severing his spine before leaving him to be eaten alive by a pack of lions) is pretty damn impressive, and more than a little gruesome. Must-read!

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Thomas Blake’s son has been kidnapped, he may already be dead. Catman refuses the deal he’s offered to kill his teammates for a guarantee that his son may be given a short reprieve and immediately goes on the hunt. And he’s out for blood. Remember the precipice Blake’s been hovering on since this comic began? Yeah, he just jumped. Kidnap, torture, threats, suicide, and sadistic glee. Yeah, this one’s got it all. Not sure how the everything with the team will shake out after this one’s all over but I’m sure as hell going to stick around to find out.

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