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It's the marriage of Batman and Catwoman! The wedding of the century is commemorated here in Batman/Catwoman: The Wedding Album, a special collector's item hardcover in designed packaging! The day has finally arrived: the nuptials of Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle. But their road to wedded bliss won't be easy. With visitors from this time and beyond, the Bat and the Cat will h It's the marriage of Batman and Catwoman! The wedding of the century is commemorated here in Batman/Catwoman: The Wedding Album, a special collector's item hardcover in designed packaging! The day has finally arrived: the nuptials of Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle. But their road to wedded bliss won't be easy. With visitors from this time and beyond, the Bat and the Cat will have to undergo even more trials and tribulations before they walk down the aisle. The historic wedding of Batman and Catwoman is commemorated in this must-have collector's item, featuring never-before-seen photos from the wedding album, behind-the-scenes design sketches and variant covers. Written by the critically acclaimed Tom King, this hardcover celebrates one of the biggest milestones in DC history and features art by superstar artists Mikel Janín, David Finch, Joëlle Jones, Mitch Gerads, Lee Bermejo, Rafael Albuquerque, Neal Adams, Andy Kubert, Becky Cloonan, Ty Templeton, José Luis García-Lopez and more! Collects Batman #44 & #50.


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It's the marriage of Batman and Catwoman! The wedding of the century is commemorated here in Batman/Catwoman: The Wedding Album, a special collector's item hardcover in designed packaging! The day has finally arrived: the nuptials of Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle. But their road to wedded bliss won't be easy. With visitors from this time and beyond, the Bat and the Cat will h It's the marriage of Batman and Catwoman! The wedding of the century is commemorated here in Batman/Catwoman: The Wedding Album, a special collector's item hardcover in designed packaging! The day has finally arrived: the nuptials of Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle. But their road to wedded bliss won't be easy. With visitors from this time and beyond, the Bat and the Cat will have to undergo even more trials and tribulations before they walk down the aisle. The historic wedding of Batman and Catwoman is commemorated in this must-have collector's item, featuring never-before-seen photos from the wedding album, behind-the-scenes design sketches and variant covers. Written by the critically acclaimed Tom King, this hardcover celebrates one of the biggest milestones in DC history and features art by superstar artists Mikel Janín, David Finch, Joëlle Jones, Mitch Gerads, Lee Bermejo, Rafael Albuquerque, Neal Adams, Andy Kubert, Becky Cloonan, Ty Templeton, José Luis García-Lopez and more! Collects Batman #44 & #50.

30 review for Batman/Catwoman: The Wedding Album - The Deluxe Edition

  1. 5 out of 5

    Lashaan Balasingam (Bookidote)

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. There’s nothing like capitalizing on an opportunity, right? With the climax of the Batman and Catwoman wedding now reached in Tom King’s 50th issue of his Batman run, a collector’s item like a wedding album is the most logical and creative idea that DC Comics could have thought up for fans. In this deluxe edition with a textured cover, fans can rejoice the key moments that led us to the wedding. The volume collects issue #24 called “Every Epilog You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. There’s nothing like capitalizing on an opportunity, right? With the climax of the Batman and Catwoman wedding now reached in Tom King’s 50th issue of his Batman run, a collector’s item like a wedding album is the most logical and creative idea that DC Comics could have thought up for fans. In this deluxe edition with a textured cover, fans can rejoice the key moments that led us to the wedding. The volume collects issue #24 called “Every Epilogue is a Prelude”, issue #44 called “Bride or Burglar” and issue #50 called “The Wedding”. It then contains a collection of all the variant covers for the 50th issue that were done by an amazing ensemble of artists, and then ends with a behind-the-scenes look at the work done for the script of issue #44 as well as some quick sketches for the beautiful wedding dress. As a commemorative collector’s item, it does exactly what it’s supposed to do. It doesn’t add anything to the story that has been told so far, and simply highlights the moments that have been deemed quintessential to the development of Batman and Catwoman’s relationship. While it does cut away a lot of the more intimate action-packed moments that they’ve shared together before the wedding in Tom King’s run, it does however give us the three essential ingredients to the event: the engagement, the dress and the big day. Anyone who picks up this collection will likely notice how choppy the narrative is since all three issues do not follow one another, but their enjoyment will especially come from their appreciation of the artwork. With artwork from Mikel Janín, David Finch, Clay Mann and Joëlle Jones, it was almost impossible to see Tom King’s idea being held back by the art throughout the series. The issues collected in this volume highlights each of their talents and clearly illustrates the power of their art in story-telling. Alongside their work, this collection also showcases an incredible amount of creativity and skill at DC Comics thanks to the various variant covers that were especially done for issue #50. Variant covers for single issues have always been an intricate and almost essential part of a collector’s repertoire as they are special items that gain value over time. While comic book collector’s have it tough on their wallets with DC’s amazing number of great artists who deliver stunning art, this wedding album helps assemble all the great pieces in one neat place to gaze at all the artwork without the hassle of hunting down each of these pieces individually. Batman/Catwoman: The Wedding Album is clearly not meant to be a must-have for fans who already follow the main Batman series, and is purely a collector’s item that is well-designed and enjoyable thanks to the artwork collected. Through the three issues collected, it is also easy to see how complicated the relationship between Batman and Catwoman is, and how important it is to state it through this story arc and all of its nostalgic moment for two of the greatest characters in comic book history. Yours truly, Lashaan | Blogger and Book Reviewer Official blog: https://bookidote.com/

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jen

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. My thanks to NetGalley and DC Entertainment/DC Comics for an eARC copy of this book to read and review. Ok, I may be judging this book unfairly, I read Batman: Preludes to the Wedding and LOVED it (except for the Joker), so I was expecting this to follow the same storyline. Yeah, no, it was all sorts of weird and it went all sorts of different places than I expected it to, which might have affected how much I enjoyed, or didn't, it. I understand the flashbacks and nods to past incarnations of Batm My thanks to NetGalley and DC Entertainment/DC Comics for an eARC copy of this book to read and review. Ok, I may be judging this book unfairly, I read Batman: Preludes to the Wedding and LOVED it (except for the Joker), so I was expecting this to follow the same storyline. Yeah, no, it was all sorts of weird and it went all sorts of different places than I expected it to, which might have affected how much I enjoyed, or didn't, it. I understand the flashbacks and nods to past incarnations of Batman and Catwoman and I understood at the end that the weird flashback scenes were from their memories and the letter they each wrote to the other, but I didn't like it. I wanted the wedding I was promised from Preludes and I didn't get it. Also, that ending?!? WTH?!? No, just no. The only reason this is a three star and not a one star. THAT ARTWORK at the end. OMG!!! SO PRETTTY! Catwoman's wedding dress?!? Let me tell you, the BEST thing about this train-wreck of a book. I LOVED all of the pictures of her in it, with Batman, without him, and I especially loved the pictures where they were embracing. The LOVE and HAPPINESS and CONTENTMENT radiating from them, practically made me cry and set my undergarments on fire, all at the same time! Not going to lie, if this book was nothing but those pictures? Five stars. As it is, 3 stars, all because of that artwork. If you want happy-ish ending? Avoid this one and read Preludes instead. That one was really good and had happiness in it in equal measure with the darkness we all know and love when it comes to The Bat. This one? Just DARK. The end artwork is amazing though, so might be worth it to check it out, even if that story is just SAD. 3, thank goodness for that artwork, stars.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Paul

    I flipped through it once, and then went back for a more thorough read. I found myself saying, Is that all? But I slowed down and spent some time with the art. Each artist creates a unique interpretation of the relationship. For the casual fan, a commemorative piece and a glimpse into a day that many thought would never come. For the longtime fan, a collection of art that gives new prespective of these two iconic characters. For my full review: https://paulspicks.blog/2018/09/11/ba... For all my r I flipped through it once, and then went back for a more thorough read. I found myself saying, Is that all? But I slowed down and spent some time with the art. Each artist creates a unique interpretation of the relationship. For the casual fan, a commemorative piece and a glimpse into a day that many thought would never come. For the longtime fan, a collection of art that gives new prespective of these two iconic characters. For my full review: https://paulspicks.blog/2018/09/11/ba... For all my reviews: https://paulspicks.blog

  4. 4 out of 5

    Etienne

    I rarely buy physical copy of comic book, I buy most of them on digital copy, but after reading this one, and seeing that marvelous deluxe edition online, I just had to buy it. I know some fan may see the wedding as something cheesy but DC did a really good job at not making it cheesy. It have a deep reflexion about Batman wanting to be happy personally finding something more to hold on then just being Batman! It is one of the best comic I have read this year and this edition have tons of additi I rarely buy physical copy of comic book, I buy most of them on digital copy, but after reading this one, and seeing that marvelous deluxe edition online, I just had to buy it. I know some fan may see the wedding as something cheesy but DC did a really good job at not making it cheesy. It have a deep reflexion about Batman wanting to be happy personally finding something more to hold on then just being Batman! It is one of the best comic I have read this year and this edition have tons of additional artworks at the end, making it a very beautiful edition/book! I just love it so much!!!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Steve

    I received this from Edelweiss and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Gah! Please tell me this isn't some big plan of Batman's enemies! In all seriousness, I knew this probably wasn't going to happen, but it's still heart wrenching to see. Tom King is simply doing an outstanding job writing this series!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Todd Glaeser

    Thank you to Netgalley for the free e-copy. Story-wise, a little underwhelming in so much that the stories have all been collected elsewhere.The main attraction for this volume would be the NUMEROUS pin-ups and alternate covers. It seems that every artist has been waiting to draw Batman/Catwoman.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Athina Semertzaki

    I received this from Edelweiss + in exchange for an honest review. I just loved all the artwork for this edition. All the artists have created amazing art to compliment the story. I couldn't stop looking at them. On the other hand, I wish there was more to the story. There was just a build up to the wedding and no wedding... Actually it is a 3,5 stars for me.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Isabel

    4,5* (Quase) Perfeito... Se tivessem incluído os issues #48 e #49 de Batman então, sim, seria perfeito!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Runell

    So that ending? Uhhh . . . Okay, I'm confused.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jess

    I don't closely follow Batman or Catwoman. I will admit I don't know much going into this; however, a dear friend of mine loves Catwoman so I was intrigued. After doing some research, I now understand it more. I really enjoyed this and was happy to read it thanks to NetGalley and the publishers. I loved the tribute to both characters and the art style of the piece itself. I loved the extra content of the art and considerations that were included in the ending as well. I am not sure how a diehard I don't closely follow Batman or Catwoman. I will admit I don't know much going into this; however, a dear friend of mine loves Catwoman so I was intrigued. After doing some research, I now understand it more. I really enjoyed this and was happy to read it thanks to NetGalley and the publishers. I loved the tribute to both characters and the art style of the piece itself. I loved the extra content of the art and considerations that were included in the ending as well. I am not sure how a diehard fan will take such things, but I enjoyed them and it has me interested in wanting to learn more of the Batman and Catwoman history. *NetGalley - I requested access to this book prior to publication. All opinions and reviews are my own and not solicited by the author, publisher, or NetGalley.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Diane Hernandez

    Yay, it's publication day so I can share my review! If art is why you love comics, Batman/Catwoman: The Wedding Album is a must have! Including only three stories, this comic is shorter than most compilations. It contains the Engagement, the Dress and the Big Day. It also adds a Wedding cover variant gallery, a sketchbook and a look at the script for the Dress, which includes the original comics that make up the flashback scenes from 1940 until 2003. Catwoman’s face and figure change dramatically Yay, it's publication day so I can share my review! If art is why you love comics, Batman/Catwoman: The Wedding Album is a must have! Including only three stories, this comic is shorter than most compilations. It contains the Engagement, the Dress and the Big Day. It also adds a Wedding cover variant gallery, a sketchbook and a look at the script for the Dress, which includes the original comics that make up the flashback scenes from 1940 until 2003. Catwoman’s face and figure change dramatically beginning with a Jane Russell lookalike. For the wedding, Batman and Catwoman decide to invite only one witness each. However, DC has invited 31 guest artists to tell the wedding story. It’s rare to see such divergent styles in one comic. It is fascinating to see how each artist highlights different aspects of the characters. Batman/Catwoman: The Wedding Album is highly recommended for its artwork and flashbacks. The plot and bang up action are not the focus here. For that, read Batman: Preludes to the Wedding. But for art fans or aspiring comic artists, this is a great choice. 5 stars! Thanks to DC Comics and NetGalley for an advanced copy.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Nek0 Neha (BiblioNyan)

    Batman/Catwoman: The Wedding Album Deluxe Edition is written by Tom King and published by DC. The superhero, dark fantasy graphic novel features artwork from various artists, including: Frank Miller, Mikel Janin, David Finch, Joëlle Jones, Jim Lee, Neal Adams, Andy Kuberk, and much more. The collection is a celebratory hardcover volume that contains the road to the alter in Batman #24, #44, and the seminal, oversized wedding celebration in Batman #50. I have been a huge fan of Catwoman since the Batman/Catwoman: The Wedding Album Deluxe Edition is written by Tom King and published by DC. The superhero, dark fantasy graphic novel features artwork from various artists, including: Frank Miller, Mikel Janin, David Finch, Joëlle Jones, Jim Lee, Neal Adams, Andy Kuberk, and much more. The collection is a celebratory hardcover volume that contains the road to the alter in Batman #24, #44, and the seminal, oversized wedding celebration in Batman #50. I have been a huge fan of Catwoman since the first day I became introduced to the series with Batman: The Animated Series. Afterwards, I hunted down the comics and began to love her even more as the depth of her character and identity was revealed with various story arcs. The chemistry she shares with Batman, as well as how those two complement each other and their multiple identities, always felt like a perfect fit for me. When I saw that there was a collection celebrating their relationship through the years, since its conception, I knew I had to read it as soon as possible, and I’m so happy that I was able to do it! Batman/Catwoman is a beautiful homage to the complicated relationship that Batman and Catwoman share, since the day they first met and through the myriad issues henceforth, spanning decades. We see them via their many individual phases, which included questioning their identities and their purpose, crazy-awesome costumes, and plenty of character growth. For anyone who has read the series from the beginning, the sense of nostalgia and respect that emanates from this collection is absolutely wonderful. The narrative style essentially consists of candid love letters that they have written to one another regarding their inner-most feelings. It is more than likely the most honest that they have been, not only with each other, but with themselves. When you couple it with scenes and interactions from across the years of time, you really get a sense of the heaviness of their history, as well as the depth of their emotions and fears when it comes to being so utterly bare before another individual. They barely have the courage to truly look upon their own reflection, so to be able to do that with a person with whom you share such an intimate connection with would be miles harder. It is one of the facets that make Batman/Catwoman so extraordinary. Another facet that I appreciated was the look at Bruce Wayne’s and Selina Kyle’s evolution in the series over the past few decades. We see them via original storylines and art form their initial publication/creation, combined with newly drawn sequences exclusive to this edition that are focused on paying tribute to the contributed issues. It really puts into perspective just how old and impactful the series has been to the comic medium as a whole. Additionally, there are unpublished sketches and artwork, some of which contain costume designs, issue covers, and the Bat and Cat in romantic scenarios; a bonafide photo album, if you will. The artistic value of Batman/Catwoman is an aspect that is incredibly fantastic. There are various styles of art and art techniques that highlight the understated and often subtle intimacy shared by the couple. It also excellently captures the duality of Bruce and Selina, while simultaneously exploring their inherent parallels with remarkable care. Batman and Catwoman work so well together for the very same reasons that, in spite of being perfect for one another on the surface, they would never actually work as a couple. Their dysfunction helps build an aching and anticipatory tension that has helped spur them on and will continue to do so for many more years to come. It is the epitome of a slow-burn romance. Overall, I highly recommend Batman/Catwoman: The Wedding Album Deluxe Edition to anyone who is a fan of the Batman comics, more so if you’ve been reading it through the decades, and enjoy the duo as a pairing. It is a stunning, nostalgic, and splendid collection that shan’t be missed! 4.5 photos outta 5! I received a free copy of the graphic novel in exchange for an honest review.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Liz (Quirky Cat)

    I received a copy of Batman/Catwoman: The Wedding Album through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. It’s finally here! The moment that DC has been building up to for almost a year. It’s actually kind of hard to believe it, truth be told. I sort of love that they decided to title this volume ‘the Wedding Album’ it seems sort of oddly fitting, doesn’t it? I know that the outcome of these events has been heavily spoiled (thanks internet), but I’m still going to put this all behind I received a copy of Batman/Catwoman: The Wedding Album through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. It’s finally here! The moment that DC has been building up to for almost a year. It’s actually kind of hard to believe it, truth be told. I sort of love that they decided to title this volume ‘the Wedding Album’ it seems sort of oddly fitting, doesn’t it? I know that the outcome of these events has been heavily spoiled (thanks internet), but I’m still going to put this all behind a spoiler warning. (view spoiler)[ So there are really not that many issues in this volume, but I’m actually pretty happy that they split them off from the rest. There is a heck of a lot of additional content though, but I’ll get to that later. So…the Wedding, huh? This whole time I’ve been pretty conflicted about the wedding between Catwoman and Batman, and I know I can’t be the only out there feeling that way. Both characters are fantastic, and obviously we love them both, but would they be happy being married to each other? What’s more, it’s specifically Catwoman and Batman getting married, not Selena Kyle and Bruce Wayne. I think, given the choice, I would have preferred it the other way around, but I understand the logic they used, so I can’t complain too much. This volume covers the three major events of the wedding and the events leading up to it. It includes the proposal, which makes sense. It also includes my favorite issue of this series; number 44 where Selena picks out her wedding dress, and finally the wedding itself (well, sort of). The proposal is an interesting piece. It sort of comes out of nowhere. And that’s saying something. I knew about said proposal before I even read the issue when it came out; I remember being so upset about the spoilers actually. I’m sure it happened to other people as well. The issue focusing on Selena is probably my favorite in this series. It’s all about Selena trying to find a middle ground for herself. Some sort of compromise of what she wants to be for herself, and what Bruce wants her to be. It’s a shockingly introspective piece, put into sharp contrast by the fact that Selena is gleefully ‘shopping’ (read: stealing) a wedding dress for herself. Still, it suits her character perfectly and helped to show that there will be sacrifices made to make this relationship work; just like there always have been. And finally…the wedding itself. I know some major comic news outlets spoiled this event the day the issue released, but I’m still hesitating to talk about it outright. Basically it confirmed all of my fears about this whole thing, while not actually saying any of it out loud. I think these issues will be appearing in other volumes as well (I know issue 44 does, so I’m assuming 50 will too), so you probably don’t have to buy this volume if you don’t want. However, it does have a ton of bonus content included that I really enjoyed looking through. (hide spoiler)] For more reviews, check out Quirky Cat's Fat Stacks

  14. 5 out of 5

    Mark

    This review will contain spoilers through Batman 50 and this book, unless you’ve read the other reviews or the New York Times. It’s difficult to review this book without commenting on what Tom King has tried to do for the last year. During his run of Batman, he has tried to allow Batman and Catwoman to have a real relationship, one that allowed for real personal growth on both sides; a real relationship between a hero and a villain. This is something heretofore unheard of in superhero comics, at This review will contain spoilers through Batman 50 and this book, unless you’ve read the other reviews or the New York Times. It’s difficult to review this book without commenting on what Tom King has tried to do for the last year. During his run of Batman, he has tried to allow Batman and Catwoman to have a real relationship, one that allowed for real personal growth on both sides; a real relationship between a hero and a villain. This is something heretofore unheard of in superhero comics, at least of the mainstream DC/Marvel universe. They couldn’t be together because they were on opposite sides of the law and you simply didn’t cross that line, but King saw things differently, at least it appeared so. But just how far was he willing to go? Was he willing to go all the way? Was a marriage between a superhero and a “reformed” supervillain really permissible? Was Catwoman really reformed? As the wedding album unfolded, we began to get our answer. First, Cat went dress shopping as only Cat can - in the middle of the night by breaking through the middle of the floor of the dress shop and once making her selection, out presumably back the way she came and sneaking back into Bruce’s bed, wearing Alfred to silence. It’s a hint of what’s to come. The final lead in to the wedding is quite touching as Bruce makes Alfred his best man, Cat goes through the anguishing will I or won’t I decision before finally fleeing the altar as was inevitable. A word about the art, numerous artists from throughout the years came back to draw various partisan the artwork is gorgeous throughout. It’s really the highlight of the book with styles ranging throughout the last fifty plus years and alone is worth buying the book, since the story probably isn’t, foreseeable as it was. I received a copy of this book from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Wayne McCoy

    'Batman/Catwoman: The Wedding Album - The Deluxe Edition' by Tom King and a whole host of past and present contributors is basically a big collector's item for fans who want to revel in the day no one thought would ever come. This volume collects Batman issues 24, 44 and 50. There are also things collected from across a lot of the history of these two characters. Issue 24 recalls the proposal, along with interposing a conversation between Batman and Gotham Girl. It includes my favorite recent quo 'Batman/Catwoman: The Wedding Album - The Deluxe Edition' by Tom King and a whole host of past and present contributors is basically a big collector's item for fans who want to revel in the day no one thought would ever come. This volume collects Batman issues 24, 44 and 50. There are also things collected from across a lot of the history of these two characters. Issue 24 recalls the proposal, along with interposing a conversation between Batman and Gotham Girl. It includes my favorite recent quotable Batman saying: "I'm not Batman because I like being Batman. I'm Batman because I'm Batman." Issue 44 is Catwoman picking out her wedding dress in a very Catwoman fashion. The dress was designed by artist Joelle Jones who is fast becoming a favorite. I love how this issue plays with past Bat and Cat encounters with retro looks and costumes during flashbacks. Issue 50 leads up to the wedding, and is filled with one page panels by various Batman teams. It's more tribute than story, but the story leads up to that last panel. Included are all of the variant covers for issue 50 and there are a bunch. There is also a look inside the script for issue #44 and it includes reprints of bits of the original stories it references. There are also parts of Joelle Jones original and sketch ideas for "the dress." Overall a nice celebration package full of some nice tributes. I enjoyed this. I received a review copy of this graphic novel from DC Entertainment and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you for allowing me to review this graphic novel.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Ogreart

    If you are looking for a wham bam action packed Batman adventure, this is not the book for you. This book is much more a character study of both Batman and Catwoman. When Bruce Wayne removes the cowl and prposes to Selina Kyle, using the diamond he stopped her from stealing on their first meeting, it leads to deep dives into the psyches of each of them. Through a mixed series of flashbacks, and separate focuses on each of the main characters, and numerous pages of guest artists portraying the co If you are looking for a wham bam action packed Batman adventure, this is not the book for you. This book is much more a character study of both Batman and Catwoman. When Bruce Wayne removes the cowl and prposes to Selina Kyle, using the diamond he stopped her from stealing on their first meeting, it leads to deep dives into the psyches of each of them. Through a mixed series of flashbacks, and separate focuses on each of the main characters, and numerous pages of guest artists portraying the couple, keeps the story moving along quickly. I have to make mention of the art, because I am usually much more of a story guy. The artwork in this book was amazing. The cast of guest artists outdid themselves. If you are looking for a book that takes you deeper into the minds and motivations of these two characters, I heartily recommend you read this book. I received a free electronic ARC of this book through Netgalley.com in exchange for an honest review. Read all my reviews at http://mrbsbookshelf.blogspot.cm

  17. 4 out of 5

    Destiny Bridwell

     I received a copy of book for a fair and honest review. I grew up reading comics and then to some graphic novels. So I know these characters well and when I saw this I had to get a copy of it. I got really excited when I got a review copy of this. I saw the planning and the dress and the ring. It was so well done and I wanted more and more of it. It was all I wanted and more and a little emotional for some parts. If you want to know what I am talking about or if you already know. Then I am feel  I received a copy of book for a fair and honest review. I grew up reading comics and then to some graphic novels. So I know these characters well and when I saw this I had to get a copy of it. I got really excited when I got a review copy of this. I saw the planning and the dress and the ring. It was so well done and I wanted more and more of it. It was all I wanted and more and a little emotional for some parts. If you want to know what I am talking about or if you already know. Then I am feeling for you and the few that don't know get your hands on this and find out what everyone is talking about,  Happy reading. 

  18. 5 out of 5

    K

    If you ship the Bat and the Cat, this is for you, otherwise this would be of no interest to anyone else, really. I've only ever read one other comic book wedding special issue, which was for Cyclops and Jean Grey in the 90s, and that had more of a wedding community feel to it, given their background. This one is definitely more isolated, which fits the couple. The ending, is, of course, not surprising and depending on your view either a clever way to dodge an issue or a very in-character reactio If you ship the Bat and the Cat, this is for you, otherwise this would be of no interest to anyone else, really. I've only ever read one other comic book wedding special issue, which was for Cyclops and Jean Grey in the 90s, and that had more of a wedding community feel to it, given their background. This one is definitely more isolated, which fits the couple. The ending, is, of course, not surprising and depending on your view either a clever way to dodge an issue or a very in-character reaction. I received a free copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Kristine

    Batman/Catwoman: The Wedding Album (The Deluxe Edition) by Tom King, et. al., is a free NetGalley e-comicbook that I read in early September. With this being the Deluxe Edition, it contains issues titled 'The Engagement,' 'The Dress,' and 'The Big Day.' The comicbook does well to remember most of the couple's key previous entanglements, embodiments, and, well, old costumes - in doing so, the artwork of several different former and current artists are included while detailing their engagement and Batman/Catwoman: The Wedding Album (The Deluxe Edition) by Tom King, et. al., is a free NetGalley e-comicbook that I read in early September. With this being the Deluxe Edition, it contains issues titled 'The Engagement,' 'The Dress,' and 'The Big Day.' The comicbook does well to remember most of the couple's key previous entanglements, embodiments, and, well, old costumes - in doing so, the artwork of several different former and current artists are included while detailing their engagement and wedding, as well as the involvement of a mild to moderate cast of characters.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Zoe Elizabeth

    Ooof! This was a fun collection, some of it which I had read before. There's only a few issues in this collection, not the whole story line, though you do get the most important part - the ending. I also think that this was an extra spectacular collection of variant covers and behind the scenes pieces. I highly enjoyed the explained references to vintage comics. Thanks to DC and Netgalley for a free copy in exchange for an honest review.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Craig

    Boo! Hiss! All the lead-up to this wedding has produced some of the best Batman stories in years. And there's yet another great moment here, as Alfred and Bruce hug each other just before the nuptials. Art by an all-star lineup doesn't mitigate the fact that DC apparently just couldn't give the greenlight to this relationship (The New York Times spoiled this weeks ago). And there really isn't much here, ultimately. I can't imagine blowing the money on a hardcover of this. Bleah.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Nathaniel Darkish

    This is kind of hard to rate or review because there just isn't very much to it-- it's more buildup to the wedding, but, in spite of being called "The Wedding Album" we still don't have the wedding. There is some really cool art since they went all-in and had a ton of DC artists throughout the years come in and do full pages of Bat and Cat in a variety of styles, but other than that this doesn't have much going for it.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Patrick

    Nice to have all of the variant covers in one place. Kings parallel storytelling technique is used to great effect in all 3 issues (24, 44, 50), and I think the guest artists in 50 worked great. Joëlle Jones Catwoman really stands out as a treat! Another issue would have been nice (although I'm not sure which I'd have picked).

  24. 4 out of 5

    Daniel

    Tom King knows Batman and Catwoman so well, so damn well. There's not much I can say without spoiling the story, but I can say that it was an absolute joy to read it, even as it was heartbreaking. What a way to cap the first 50 issues of this Batman series! Definitely looking forward to the next 50 issues from King and artists.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Salomão Diniz

    Uma coletânea de belas imagens e que retratam "malomenos" a relação de amor impossível entre "O Batima" & Mulé Gato. Mais brega impossível, foi realmente muito difícil ler os votos, mas as imagens são sensacionais, o acabamento impecável. Vale o deleite visual. Eu colocaria na categoria, mesa de centro de apartamento de bacana.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Kira

    I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for a honest review. This was so good. Just so very good. It is sweet, moving, emotional and is guaranteed to be one of the great moments in comic book history. I can not wait for my friends and family to be able to read this because I need to talk about how good it is! For any fan of Batman or Catwoman this graphic novel will not disappoint.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Colleen

    Ugh, Bane, why are you the worst?

  28. 4 out of 5

    J

    It worked for me. Story fit me. Artwork at the end. Enjoyed lots of it. Story arcs of wedding one inevitably

  29. 4 out of 5

    Sean

    Great art, but the story was underwhelming.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Vin W. Dreverhaven

    El arte anexo es verdaderamente bello. Es una delicia el tener imágenes de este par, ya sea amandóse o peleandóse, pero juntos.

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