Catwoman is flying solo and finding plenty of turbulence! She has her paws full when a simple smash and grab turns into a hit and pummeled, as she faces an adversary who is more than a match for Selina. She calls herself Reach, and she doesn't pull any punches. Can our favorite Feline Fatale land on her feet?
Catwoman has a new running buddy named Spark, and together, they're taking Gotham City – literally! And when these two thieves team up, it's twice the haul and twice the trouble. Electricity is in the air...
Meet Catwoman. She's addicted to the night. Addicted to shiny objects. Addicted to Batman. Most of all, Catwoman is addicted to danger. She can't help herself, and the truth is – she doesn't want to. She's good at being bad, and very bad at being good. Find out more about what makes Catwoman tick in this new series from writer Judd Winick (BATMAN: UNDER THE HOOD) and artist Guillem March (GOTHAM CITY SIRENS)!
Cats hate baths. Cats hate dogs. And cats hate being caught. Catwoman stole from the wrong man, and now he's got her. He wants his stuff back, he wants answers and he wants blood. Cats had better have nine lives, because Selina Kyle is about to lose one!
Catwoman is busted! She's under arrest and in the custody of the Gotham City P.D. But it doesn't look like she's going to get her phone call, because the police aren't looking for justice – they're looking for what Catwoman stole from them. And she's about to get an earful about her most complicated relationship: Batman.
• "NIGHT OF THE OWLS" continues here!• CATWOMAN and SPARK are forced to defend THE PENGUIN against the Court of Owls!
She's a thief who lives to steal just for the thrill of breaking the law. He's The Dark Knight, obsessively driven to battle evil with every ounce of his strength. They should keep each other at arm's length, but...they just can't seem to help themselves! Don't miss this issue – things are gonna get messy!
Catwoman says goodbye to an old friend, says hello to an older one, and resolves more firmly than ever to strike out on her own. Only one of those things almost gets her killed.