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Cat woman (Selina Kyle) is a fictional character created by Bill Finger and Bob Kane who appears in American comic books published by DC Comics, commonly in association with Batman. Debuting as the Cat in Batman #1 (spring 1940), she is one of The Dark Knight's most enduring enemies and belongs to the collective of adversaries that make up his rogues gallery.
Cat woman is a Gotham City burglar who typically wears a tight, one-piece outfit and uses a bullwhip for a weapon. She was originally characterized as a super villain and adversary of Batman, but she has been featured in a series since the 1990s which portrays her as an antiheroine, often doing the wrong things for the right reasons.
The character thrived since her earliest appearances, but she took an extended hiatus from September 1954 to November 1966 due to the developing Comics Code Authority in 1954. In the comics, Holly Robinson and Seiko Hasigawa have both adopted the Cat woman identity, apart from Selina Kyle.
Conversely, she was ranked 20th on IGN's “Top 100 Comic Book Heroes of All Time” list. Kane's inspiration for Cat woman was drawn from multiple sources to include actresses Jean Harlow, Hey Lamar, and his cousin, Ruth Steele.
Kane and Finger wanted to give their comic book sex appeal, as well as a character who could appeal to female readers; they thus created a “friendly foe who committed crimes but was also a romantic interest in Batman's rather sterile life.” Cat woman was meant to be a love interest and to engage Batman in a chess game, with him trying to reform her.
At the same time, this character was meant to be different from other Batman villains like the Joker in that she was never a killer or evil. Cat woman, then called “the Cat”, first appeared in Batman #1 (spring 1940) as a mysterious burglar and jewel thief, revealed at the end of the story to be a young, attractive (unnamed) woman, having disguised herself as an old woman during the story and been hired to commit a burglary.
Although she does not wear her iconic cat-suit, the story establishes her core personality as a femme fatale who both antagonizes and attracts Batman. Batman #62 (December 1950) reveals that Cat woman was an amnesiac flight attendant who turned to crime after suffering a prior blow to the head during a plane crash she survived.
She reveals this in the Bat cave after being hit on the head by a piece of rubble while saving Batman while he was chasing her. However, in The Brave and the Bold #197 (April 1983), she later admits that she made up the amnesia story because she wanted a way out of her past life of crime.
However, Cat woman prevents her thugs from murdering Batman once he is later found knocked out, but quickly claims she wants him as a hostage. This was mostly due to her possible violation of the developing Comics Code Authority's rules for portrayal of female characters that started in 1954.
In the 1970s comics, a series of stories taking place on Earth-Two (the parallel Earth that was retroactively declared as the home of DC's Golden Age characters) reveal that on that world, Selina reformed in the 1950s (after the events of Batman #69) and had married Bruce Wayne ; soon afterward, she gave birth to the couple's only child, Helena Wayne (the Huntress). The Brave and the Bold #197 (April 1983) elaborates upon the Golden Age origin of Cat woman given in Batman #62, after Selina reveals that she never suffered from amnesia.
It is revealed that Selina Kyle had been in a bad marriage, and eventually decided to leave her husband. Selina enjoyed this experience so much she decided to become a professional costumed cat burglar, and thus began a career that repeatedly led to her encountering Batman.
As the story progresses, Selina decides to leave prostitution and takes Holly with her. She gets into burglary to make money and starts robbing the rich and powerful men of Gotham, donning a catsuit costume while committing her heists.
While trying to rob Carmine Falcon, she gets rescued by Batman but is irked of being thought of as his sidekick by the media. The 1989 Cat woman limited series, written by Mindy Newell and with art by J.J. Birch, expanded upon Miller's Year One origin.
This storyline, known as “Her Sister's Keeper”, explores Selina's early life as a dominatrix and the start of her career as Cat woman. Maria Kyle is a distant parent who preferred to spend her time with cats, and commits suicide when Selina is very young.
Her alcoholic father, Brian, is cold to Selina for resembling her mother, whom he resents for dying, and eventually drinks himself to death. However, when Ed Breaker reintroduces her into the comic, he implies that Maggie may have directly entered an orphanage and promptly been adopted.
When she is 13 years old, Selina discovers that the detention center's administrator has been embezzling funds, and she confronts her. In an attempt to cover up her crime, the administrator puts Selina in a bag and drops her in a river to drown (like a cat).
Selina is taken in by Mother Fortuna, the elderly leader of a gang of young thieves, and is taught how to steal. The two drift apart afterward, with Sylvia coming to resent Selina for not inquiring about what had happened to her at the hands of her abusive first client.
In the Cat woman: Year One story, Selina, who is now an adult, achieves some success as a thief. Following a disastrous burglary, however, she accepts an offer to “lie low” as a dominatrix employed by a pimp named Stan.
According to this storyline, Selina trains under the Armless Master of Gotham City, receiving education in martial arts and culture. During this time, a client gives her a cat o' nine tails, which Selina keeps as a trophy.
Batman: Dark Victory, the sequel to Batman: The Long Halloween, implies that Cat woman suspects she is the illegitimate daughter of Mafia boss Carmine Falcon, although she finds no definitive proof. Selina's connection to the Falcon crime family is further explored in the miniseries Cat woman: When in Rome.
Cat woman also appears in the Batman: Nightfall saga, where she is approached by Bane's henchmen while robbing a house. Bane asks her to work for him, but she refuses, as she is repulsed by the criminal who “broke” Batman.
Later in the story, she boards a plane with Bruce Wayne to fly to Santa Prince. She is one of the few to recognize that this Batman is an impostor, later being present when the true Batman returns to the fold as he struggles against his successor, his willingness to save even criminals confirming his true identity for Selina.
This series, written by an assortment of writers, but primarily penciled by Jim Talent, generally depicted the character as an international thief (and occasional bounty hunter) with an ambiguous moral code. Story-lines include her adoption of teenage runaway and former sidekick, Arizona; aiding Bane, whom she later betrays to Israel ; and a stint as a reluctant government operative.
The series also delves into her origin, revealing her beginnings as a young thief, her difficult period in juvenile incarceration, and her training with Ted “Wildcat” Grant. Moving to New York City, Selina becomes corporate vice president of Randolph Industries, a Mafia-influenced company and then becomes its CEO through blackmail.
She plans to use this position to run for Mayor of New York City, but her hopes are dashed when the Trickster inadvertently connects her to her criminal alter ego. Later that year, during the “Officer Down” storyline in the Batman titles, Cat woman is initially the chief suspect.
Although later cleared, she displays increasingly erratic behavior throughout the story, with her series later revealing that she has developed a form of personality disorder after exposure to the Scarecrow's fear gas, causing her to act as herself and an identity that appears to be her sister Maggie pretending to be her. Soon afterward, she disappears and is believed to have been killed by the assassin Death stroke the Terminator, ending her series at issue #94.
In the back-up storyline “Trail of the Cat woman”, by writer Ed Breaker and artist Darwin Cooke, private detective Slam Bradley attempts to find out what really happened to Selina Kyle. This storyline leads into the newest Cat woman series in late 2001 (written by Breaker initially with Cooke, later joined by artist Cameron Stewart).
In this series, Selina Kyle, joined by new supporting cast members Holly and Slam Bradley (a character from the early Golden Age DC Comics), becomes protector of the residents of Gotham's East End, while still carrying out an ambitious career as a cat burglar. The concluding story features a closing panel in which she refers to Batman as “Bruce”.
A change in the editorial team at that point, however, brought a swift end to that storyline and, apparently, all that transpired during the story arc. Mind wiping revelations Cat woman appears to be completely reformed, and her love for Batman is true (although brash and unpredictable).
However, she has learned her reformation was the result of a mind wipe by Savanna, a procedure known to deeply affect and, in at least one case, physically incapacitate its victims. Savanna gives no reason for her actions, but in a flashback, it is shown that she had acted with the consent and aid of five of the seven JLA members who had helped her mind wipe Dr. Light and Batman.
Cat woman's response to this revelation is unequivocal: she gags Savanna with duct tape, rendering her powerless, and pushes her out a window. Still unbalanced and uncertain of herself in issue #52, Selina is forced to decide whether to kill a super villain.
Black Mask, in an attempt to “improve himself”, threatens the most important people in Selina's life, from Slam Bradley to Holly. This action continues to haunt her throughout the One Year Later storyline, and it is suggested that this might have been the first time she had ever directly taken a life.
As a mother Following the events of Infinite Crisis, the DC Universe jumps forward in time. After “One Year later”, Selina Kyle is no longer Cat woman, she has left the East End, and has given birth to a daughter named Helena.
The father of her new daughter is initially unrevealed; however, Batman demonstrates great concern for the child and at one point asks to have Helena stay at his mansion. Holly Robinson takes over as the new Cat woman while Selina, living under the alias IRENA Dubrovnik, turns her attention to caring for her daughter (Selina's alias was inspired by the name of the main character in the 1942 film Cat People).
Though she takes her role as a new mother quite seriously, Selina dons the costume for a run through the East End some days after Helena's birth. Although the situation is defused through Holly's opportune arrival, the sight of two Cat women active simultaneously in the city is caught on video.
Selina returns home from her adventure to find that the mysterious movie aficionado the Film Freak has deduced her alias, teamed up with the Angle Man, and grabbed Helena. After rescuing her daughter, Selina convinces Savanna to mind wipe the Film Freak and the Angle Man in order to preserve her secret identity.
Following the procedure, the Angle Man turns himself in to the authorities; the Film Freak, however, embarks upon a murderous rampage. A twist occurs when Wildcat informs Selina that Holly has been arrested for the murder of Black Mask.
Finally, defeating the Film Freak, Selina returns home to find that Bradley has deduced that Helena is the daughter of his son Sam Bradley, Jr., and therefore his granddaughter (although it is still strongly hinted that Bruce Wayne may be the father). Posing as a criminal, Selina gains the Band's trust and thwarts a terror attack aimed at causing mass casualties in Gotham City.
Selina questions whether she should be raising a daughter when her life as Cat woman has already proven to be such a danger to the child. After enlisting Batman's help in faking the death of both herself and her daughter, Selina puts Helena up for adoption.
Believing she can no longer function as a criminal, Selina decided to become one of Batman's Outsiders. She allies herself with Led Author in an attempt to return to Earth, and mistakenly ends up on an alternate universe -Earth where Cat woman is a notorious villain.
When accused of being a traitor by Author, she reveals the Martian Man hunter is posing as the Blockbuster, which would soon lead to the hero's death. On Earth, she resumes being a hero, with occasional lapses into thievery by commission, simply for the thrill of it.
Cat woman's costume and style transitioned to a spy aesthetic in the 2000s. Later, in Detective Comics, Selina is quite uncertain about pursuing a romantic relationship with Batman. Savanna confirms and admits her feelings, adding that she has since chosen to forget them, but extremely encourages Selina to open her heart to Bruce Wayne before Jet is able to “seal the deal”.
Hush eavesdrops on the conversation, targeting both women as a way to hurt his enemy, Bruce Wayne. In Detective Comics #848 (November 2008), Hush attacks Selina as she is in her apartment, kidnapping her and surgically removing her heart.
Batman recovers her heart, and Dr. Minute restores it to her body; however, the doctor also makes a prognosis on whether she can still return to her former life swinging through rooftops. While Selina is still in a coma, she encounters Savanna, who apologizes for not warning her about Hush.
In the meantime, Bruce enters the recovery room and, believing her unconscious, launches into a soliloquy. He ends by telling Selina that he will always love her, when she opens her eyes and reveals to him that she was awake all the time and heard his confession.
With the help of a few allies on both sides; the Oracle, Holly Robinson, Poison Ivy, Harley Quinn, and Slam Bradley, Selina taps into Hush's assets, leaving him penniless and suffering from wounds inflicted by Batman. Battle for the Cowl In Batman: Battle for the Cowl, Selina is seen as one of the members of Night wing and Robin's contingency team known as “the Network”, where she is seen taking down a gang of thugs before seeing Tim Drake dressed in a Batman uniform and is initially taken by surprise.
Batman: Reborn and Gotham City Sirens In the first issue of Gotham City Sirens, Selina runs into the Bone buster, a new villain trying to make a name for himself, and is saved by Poison Ivy. Selina, fearing the many dangers of a post-Batman Gotham, proposes that she, Ivy, and Harley Quinn team up, living together at a single base in an abandoned animal shelter.
Selina flashes back three years to when Tania all Gaul requested her presence in Tibet. There, Tania made it so that Selina would not relinquish the true identity of Batman under any circumstances.
After he tells her that he plans on getting an emotional response before killing her, Selina steals a car and heads to the mental institution where Maggie is held, believing Black Mask is coming for her. While on the run, Maggie angrily tells Selina that she ruined both of their lives the day she decided to become Cat woman.
Devastated by her sister's statement, Selina fails to realize they have both been heading into a trap. Selina is helped to her feet by her friends, who tell her that Maggie has fled the scene.
The next day, the staff members of the mental institution are shown discussing Maggie's escape, also mentioning that a nun that works at the hospital had been found beaten and stripped of her uniform. Maggie is then shown in the depths of the Gotham City sewers clad in the bloodied nun robes, muttering about her plan to kill Cat woman in order to free Selina's soul.
Now calling herself Sister Zero, Maggie attempts to kill Selina, but ultimately flees after being defeated by the Sirens. She is last seen going over her options, now realizing that she cannot murder her own sister, and therefore must personally exorcise the “cat demon” from within Selina's body.
The Return of Bruce Wayne In the build-up to The Return of Bruce Wayne, the Sirens help Savanna put out a massive fire at a local park near their home, only for them to be ambushed by a creature made of mud. After being dragged underneath the soil by the creature, Cat woman awakens bound and gagged on the floor of a dark room, and is quickly forced into an illusion by her unseen captors.
Back in reality, Tania reveals to the Sirens that just a few hours prior, an unknown benefactor had offered up a massive reward to whoever could kidnap and deliver Cat woman to him, with the hopes that he could penetrate her mind and learn Batman's secret identity. Before the knowledge can be ripped from her mind, Selina's captors (revealed to be the Shrike and a new villain named the Semi), are eventually defeated by the other Sirens.
Selina with her then-sidekick, Cat girl (2010), art by Tony Danielle Selina is freed, Tania orders Savanna to wipe Bruce's identity from her memory, reasoning that her kidnapping has proved that the knowledge is too dangerous for her to handle. Tania tries to kill Selina before vanishing, but she survives and ultimately reunites with Bruce, who had recently returned to the present.
After stealing the contents of a safe belonging to the Falcon crime family, Selina returns home to find Katrina, a teenaged escape artist and Carmine Falcon's long-lost daughter, breaking into her room. She attacks and subdues Katrina, who tells Selina that she had unknowingly stolen a map that details the location of the new Black Mask's underground bunker.
Realizing that she could use the map to capture Black Mask and claim the 50 million dollar bounty on his head, Selina leaves Katrina bound in a locked room so that she can keep the map for herself. She later calls Batman to her house in order to turn the would-be thief over to the police, but discovers that Katrina had managed to free herself and steal back the map.
This impresses Selina, who mentions that she had tied up the child using an “inescapable” knot that Bruce had shown her years earlier. Following a battle with Black Mask and his henchmen, which ends with neither woman being able to claim the bounty, Selina agrees to take on Katrina as her new sidekick, Cat girl.
Once Bruce Wayne returns from his time in the past, he establishes Batman Incorporated, a global team of Batmen. Shortly afterwards, Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn have escaped and set off to pursue revenge on Cat woman for leaving them behind.
The series begins with Selina frantically escaping from unknown masked men who are invading her apartment. Once her cover is blown, Selina dons her Cat woman outfit and fights her way out of the club.
It is revealed through Selina's inner monologue that she and Batman are lovers, and the premiere issue ends with the first sex scene between the two. Cat woman is later confronted by Steve Trevor, who offers her a spot on Amanda Waller's new Justice League of America.
It is later revealed that Cat woman was chosen specifically to take down Batman should the JLA ever need to defeat the original Justice League. The teams eventually come into conflict in the publisher's Trinity War crossover.
It is revealed in issue #0 of Worlds' Finest that this Selina was killed while trying to stop what she believed was a human trade ring. Keeper of the Castle and Inheritance From 2014 to 2015, science fiction writer Genevieve Valentine took over the series and penned a 10-issue story arc focused on Selina Kyle's reign as a Gotham City crime boss.
The women confront each other several times, discussing Seiko's motivations to dress as Cat woman and whether Selina's plans for Gotham and the families are worth the sacrifices required. In June 2016, the DC Rebirth event relaunched DC Comics' entire line of comic book titles, in which Cat woman has a prominent role in the third volume of Batman.
During one of her heists, she is approached by the Kite Man to aid the Joker in a gang war against the Riddler, which she refuses. At some point in the future, her childhood orphanage is bombed by a terrorist group called the Dogs of War.
3) #9, where she is revealed to be imprisoned in Arkham Asylum for the alleged murders of the Dogs of War. Batman is determined to prove her innocence, and makes a deal with Amanda Waller to get her off death row in exchange for her help on a mission to Santa Prince.
The mission to find the Psycho-Pirate is a success, and Batman and Cat woman return to Gotham City. The two leave Gotham for Shady, where Holly Robinson has fled to, to clear Selina's name.
Towards the end, the story is flash-forwarded to the future, in which Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle are a married couple in their golden years. Bruce receives a terminal medical diagnosis, and Selina cares for him until his death.
After calling off her engagement to Batman, Selina leaves Gotham and starts a new life in the city of Villa Hermosa, California (Cat woman (vol. They proceed to go to Paris for Bruce to recover, before going to disrupt a shipment of Venom under the jurisdiction of Bane's lieutenant, the Magpie.
They subsequently go back to Gotham and defeat all of Batman's enemies who had sided with Bane before taking on and defeating Bane himself, at which point the two are taken by Thomas who, in an attempt to finally break Bruce's spirit, shows him the corpse of the recently murdered Alfred. Batman has had many romantic relationships with female characters throughout the years, but while these relationships tend to be short, Batman's attraction to Cat woman is present in nearly every version and medium in which the characters appear.
However, a change in the editorial team brought a swift end to that storyline and, apparently, all that transpired during that story arc. Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle (out of costume) develop a relationship during Batman: The Long Halloween.
However, Hush sees Batman and Cat woman teaming up as allies against the entire rogues gallery and rekindling their romantic relationship. This version of Batman partners with and marries the reformed Earth-Two Cat woman, Selina Kyle (as shown in Superman Family #211).
They have a daughter named Helena Wayne, who, as the Huntress, becomes (along with Dick Grayson, the Earth-Two Robin) Gotham's protector once Wayne retires from the position to become police commissioner, a position he occupies until he is killed during one final adventure as Batman. Following the DC Rebirth continuity reboot, the two once again have a sexual encounter on a rooftop in Batman (vol.
In the third volume of Batman, Selina and Bruce are in a romantic relationship, and flashbacks to the past reveal their history together. Prior to the New 52 reboot, Selina had a relationship with Slam Bradley Jr., and she named him the father of her daughter Helena.
In February 2015, a storyline by writer Genevieve Valentine shows Selina kissing fellow Cat woman Seiko Hasigawa. During the Silver Age, Cat woman, like most Batman villains, used a variety of themed weapons, vehicles, and equipment, such as a custom cat-themed car called the “Cadillac”.
Often, especially in the TV series, she uses sleeping gas or knockout darts to subdue victims. Cat woman's attractiveness and feminine wiles have also allowed her to take advantage of male opponents.
Later, she wore a dress with a hood that came with ears, and still later, a catsuit with attached boots and either a domino or glasses-mask. In recent years, artists have typically depicted Cat woman in some variation of a tight, black bodysuit.
Ed Breaker, the writer behind the 2001 revamp of the character, has stated that Selina's current costume was inspired by Emma Peel's iconic leather catsuit in The Avengers television series. Many of her costumes have incorporated retractable metal claws on the fingertips of her gloves and sometimes on the toes of her boots.
The new costume is black with openings under her arms and shoulders for mobility along with reinforcement in the middle. Jones, who had been drawing the covers and interior art for DC Rebirth's Batman was announced as the writer and artist of a brand-new solo Cat woman series (volume 5).
Selina Kyle appears as an aging and somewhat overweight madam in Frank Miller's Batman: The Dark Knight Returns four times; all are brief. Next, she is attacked by the Joker, who uses a mind control drug to convince her to send one of her prostitutes to use the same substance on a governor.
The Joker then beats her, dresses her in a Wonder Woman outfit, ties her up and gags her, leaving her for Batman to find. She does not appear in Batman: The Dark Knight Strikes Again, Miller's follow-up story, although she is referred to in the prologue written for the trade paperback version, but in the book, Carrie Kelley's moniker of “Cat girl” is an homage to Cat woman.
Both books feature a Batman: Year One -influenced Cat woman who wears a gray cat costume and was once a prostitute. Cat woman also made a small cameo in Kingdom Come, mostly accompanying the Riddler; she is predominantly seen, but not much heard in the series.
An armored, meta human successor called “Cat woman II” is also featured in the story as one of the “new heroes” who follow the new man of tomorrow Magog's anti-heroic, violent example. In the all-digital graphic novel Batman: Digital Justice, which is set some time in the future long after the original Batman has died, Sheila Romero, also known as the hit pop music star Data (the Spanish female noun for “cat”) and daughter of the Mayor of Gotham City, is jealous of the new Batman, James Gordon, because media coverage of his activities have been cutting into her airtime.
Maria confesses that she had planned to transplant her brain into Data's body, but she could not bring herself to do it because she loved her “daughter” too much. Selina learns that the crook has stolen a ring she found in a Cracker Jack box and had given to her mother.
Years later she becomes Cat woman, the defender of Gotham City, operating out of a Cat cave beneath Kyle Manor, aided by a young maid named Brooks (this universe's version of Alfred Pennyworth). Her major enemy is a psychopathic criminal named Batman, who beats her entire rogues gallery half-to-death just to get rid of the competition.
In the Else worlds tale Batman: Nine Lives, where Batman and his supporting characters are re-invented as a pulp noir detective story, an African-American Selina Kyle is a murdered owner of the bankrupt Kit Kat Club who was blackmailing many of the city's most powerful figures. In the Else worlds tale Batman/Tarzan: Claws of the Cat-woman, set in the 1930s, explorer and adventurer Finnegan Dent is revealed to be stealing the sacred artifacts of an African tribe.
During an encounter with Batman and Tarzan, a female thief, dressed as a cat, is revealed to be the princess of the tribe, as well as the priestess of its cat-cult, trying to reclaim the artifacts. In the Else worlds tale JLA: The Nail, featuring a world where costumed heroes have no symbol of inspiration as Superman was never recovered by the Kent's, Cat woman is diagnosed by the head warden of Arkham Asylum as not being a true “criminal”, but simply enjoying playing a “cat-and-mouse” game with Batman, donning her costume simply to attract his attention.
He then proceeds to kill the Joker in a trauma-induced rage, taking the gauntlets and Cat woman back to the Bat cave. Although Batman resigns from the League after he is cleared of the Joker's murder, even Cat woman's support cannot help him past his grief until the events of JLA: Another Nail, where the two briefly travel into the afterlife to investigate recent supernatural disturbances with the aid of Deadpan, with Batgirl and Robin's spirits appearing to forgive their mentor for his failure to save them before he returns to life.
In the Else worlds tale Batman: In Darkest Knight, featuring a world if Bruce Wayne discovered the body of dying alien Bin SUR, instead of Green Lantern Hal Jordan, also features familiar Batman characters mixed with some of Green Lantern's enemies. Selina Kyle (recognized by Bruce as “that night in the East End”, a reference to Batman: Year One “), along with Harvey Dent are corrupted by Ministry, who absorbs the mind of the Wayne's' killer Joe Chill and became crazed.
As they fight together, Batman finds that Selina's selfless love for him allows him to control his thirst for blood that had begun to consume him. Batman's grief and rage over her death causes him to finally lose control of his bloodlust as he drinks the Joker's blood.
In Howard Chaykin's Thrill killer, Selina Kyle is a stripper in a cat-themed strip club. In Howard Chain's Dark Allegiances, Selina Kyle becomes a film star under the stage name of Kitty Grimaldi.
Prior to becoming a star, she was an alcoholic whose actions during one of her “blackouts” were recorded into an underground porn film. In Frank Miller's All Star Batman and Robin the Boy Wonder, Cat woman expresses interest when the Joker's invites her to join him in “some mischief”.
In Detective Comics Annual #7 (“ Batman: Leather wing “) by Chuck Dixon, set in the 18th century Caribbean, Capital Feline is a Spanish Contest turned pirate, who rails against the chauvinism of her own crew. Like the current Batman, Terry McGinnis, the new Cat woman sports a high-tech costume complete with advanced gadgetry.
The new Hush hires her to plant a tracking device on Batman, only for Hush to begin strangling her after “paying” her with a box full of playing cards, regarding her death as a continuation of his efforts to destroy Batman's “family” by killing his rogues gallery. She is revealed to be the daughter of the villain Multiplex ; she inherits her father's ability to self-duplicate, but can only create nine copies of herself, explaining her adoption of the Cat woman moniker.
Selina Kyle is also briefly mentioned in the TV show that inspired the comic series, when Bruce Wayne begins to tell Terry about her after Terry has a short-lived relationship with a member of the Royal Flush Gang. In the alternate timeline of the Flash point event, Selina Kyle becomes the Oracle, having been apparently paralyzed under unspecified circumstances.
In the second volume of the Batman: Earth One graphic novel series, Selena Kyle appears and helps Batman tending his wounds after chasing the Riddler, pretending to be a single mother who lives in the apartment building where he was injured. Batman later discovers that she is neither the apartment's tenant or a mother, but a burglar who was robbing the building at the time.
During a crossover with the cast of Scooby-Doo, Cat woman poses as a ghost in order to con Harley and Ivy out of the Opal of Isis, a rare artifact. She is soon found bound and gagged, with Batgirl having managed to defeat her and reclaim the opal off-screen.
In the Injustice universe (based on the video game of the same name), Cat woman is a co-founder of the Insurgency resistance with Batman, which was formed after the death of Dick Grayson. After Superman's defeat, she rejoins Batman's side and acts as his mole for Gorilla Gr odd's new super villain team, the Society.
The Earth 2 version of Cat woman is married to Batman and is the mother of Helena Wayne. Cat woman trained her daughter in crime fighting so that she can one day aid her father, who is busy protecting the world from bigger threats.
Helena later came to her father's aid and found that soldiers from another world killed Cat woman as Batman mourns her death. The first issue of Batman's self-titled comic written by Bill Finger and drawn by Bob Kane, represented a milestone in more ways than one.
With Robin now a partner to the Caped Crusader, villains needed to rise to the challenge, and this issue introduced two future legends: the Joker and Cat woman. CS1 main: extra text: authors list (link) ^ The Official Crisis on Infinite Earths Index (March 1986) ^ The Official Crisis on Infinite Earths Cross-Over Index (July 1986) ^ Cronin, Brian (September 4, 2008).