Patsy Walker aka Hellcat! #7, #8, and #9 Comic Book Reviews

Comic book reviews for Patsy Walker aka Hellcat! #7, Patsy Walker aka Hellcat! #8, and Patsy Walker aka Hellcat! #9 by Kate Leth and Brittney L. Williams
Average rating: 4/5 stars

Patsy Walker aka Hellcat! #7 Patsy Walker aka Hellcat! #8 Patsy Walker aka Hellcat! #9

Erica gives this comic five starsPatsy Walker aka Hellcat! #7 by Kate Leth
Art: Brittney L. Williams

Of course, Jessica Jones would be on Patsy’s side. I love the nod that they know each other, even if this isn’t exactly the same at the TV-verse people might be familiar with. I do like how Hedy isn’t as oblivious as our heroes seem to think she might be.

Great use of Tom’s story to have a book signing for Patsy. Love when the whole Cage-Jones family shows up. Especially when Luke finds the Power X Fist stories and Tom all gets all embarrassed.

Loved when Hedy caught Jessica and Patsy breaking into her place. Especially when both of them brag, just a little bit, about what great burglars they’d be and the dire consequences if Hedy caught them. Good thing they have Jen on their side.

This series is just so consistent in being good and being fun.

Erica gives this comic three starsPatsy Walker aka Hellcat! #8 by Kate Leth
Art: Brittney L. Williams

I’m really not a big fan of any tie-ins. Nope. I get why they needed to have this issue since Jen is such a big deal in this book. However, with her current coma status in Civil War II, main continuity trumps. I’d kind of hoped this book wasn’t in main continuity.

This issue feels light because it’s all about Patsy’s (and everyone else’s) feelings about Jen. About how Jen inspires them to lead their own lives by their own rules. How she brought this community together.

There’s a few insights into why Patsy is in her current funk. And why Jen being her friend is so important. That said, we aren’t getting any actual movement for this book.

Erica Gives This Comic Four StarsPatsy Walker aka Hellcat! #9 by Kate Leth
Art: Brittney L. Williams

Buzz and Damon really do speak to the type of man that Patsy likes. They are looking for a fight before thinking. And whatever it is, they’re going to blame Patsy. Oh, Hedy knows Patsy too well. I wonder exactly what she really wants with Patsy. It can’t be those old comics, or even the money from them.

Karaoke is either the best or the worst. I love how Tom is the surprisingly great crooner. There’s always one person in a group that you don’t expect that voice to come from that person, but it does. Ian’s so in love with him. Yay for bisexual recognition!

I do like this incorporation of She-Hulk. I hope that Patsy will be the one to get her out of her mystical coma.

Williams does a wonderful job at keeping the fight scenes in line with Patsy’s softer world. The cat-like jumping scenes are just adorable.

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