Cat Claw #1
By Bane Kerac
Cat Claw is what happens when you mix Spiderman’s origin with a hefty dash of early adolescent sexual longing. Despite the title’s and Kerac’s claim, I don’t think this comic was trying to address a mature (or erotic) fan base; ogling Cat Claw is as tame as flipping through a swimsuit issue - even less.
That aside, Kerac clearly knows how to visually push a story. Influences of Marvel Illuminati are present, but even more curious is the Jaime Hernandez similarities in some of the later issues. Hernandez’s God and Science (among other stories) shares Kerac’s obvious love of the super hero genre by playing up its tropes with melodramatic appeal. Also, more aesthetic comparisons between the two come about when Kerac depicts Cat Claw’s roommate, Jeannie Jones, as a bumbling mess à la Don DeCarlo.
Yea, you should pick this up.
Cat Claw short film - your welcome
Enjoy this Tripod site of Cat Claw