Catwoman's Tribute To Classic Show Lost On Auction At ComicConnect

Catwoman's 2000's run is highly sought after for various reasons, but the main ones are the classic Adam Hughes covers to most of the issues. None more than issue #51, which features a Selina mugshot with the numbers 4 8 15 16 23 42 on the board she is holding up. What are those called? I could look it up, I guess, but I'm not going to. The reason those numbers are significant- those are the winning lottery numbers Hurley used on Lost, the hit ABC series that was airing at the time. This cover has gone for big bucks since, and ComicConnect is taking bids for a CGC 9.6 copy. As of this writing, it is at $65, though you can bet this will go much higher than that. Check it out below.

Catwoman's Tribute To Classic Show Lost On Auction At ComicConnect
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I Have Never Seen This Catwoman Book In Person. Not Once.

"Written by Will Pfeifer Art by Pete Woods Cover by Adam Hughes. Fresh off the soul-rattling revelation from last issue, Selina is livid and looking for answers? Starting with none other than Batman! Her quest will bring her into conflict with the police, and at least two vehicles will be stolen in the process! Slam Bradley makes a fateful decision, while the Black Mask makes his big move against Catwoman, striking at the very heart of Selina's world in a way too terrible for words!"

Appealing to Catwoman and Lost fans alike, this book is one of those cool crossovers that fans will get a kick out of, and most won't give it a second glance. If you know, you know. In any case, this is a modern key that never loses its value. Go here and get more info on this copy and to place a bid. While you are there, click around and take a look at the other items taking bids today.

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Jeremy KonradAbout Jeremy Konrad

Jeremy Konrad has written about collectibles and film for almost ten years. He has a deep and vast knowledge of both. He resides in Ohio with his family.
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