Concerned at how weak Catwoman had become, Ivy takes Selina to where she'd been staying, the home of the Riddler. Little is known of the past of Selina Kyle. She is also the daughter of crime boss Rex "The Lion" Calabrese, and heiress to his crime family.

The following henchmen are the only ones that were named. Zatanna 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". She tells Selina that she could never reverse Selina's mindset, since she was on the path to becoming a hero on her own. And if she wants to have something, she will have it. She can also be seen using a pistol against people if her whip is taken from her. Master Thief: Selina is a master thief, known throughout Gotham City for her burglary of cat-themed objects and/or gems and jewels of the highest quality. However, the two have difficulty surviving on their own, and in desperation try to support themselves by working as prostitutes. Acrobatics (Athletics, dodging, climbing): 10, Animal handling (Felines): 06, Artist (Actress): 07, Charisma: 08, Gadgetry (Identify gadget): 05, Martial artist: 09, Military science (Camouflage, demolition): 07, Thief: 11, Vehicles (Air, Land, Water): 08, Weaponry (Firearms, missile): 06, Weaponry (Melee): 09. Her campaign went wrong, attracting the attention of assassins such as Gunhawk and Lady Vic. He convinced her not to murder the captain, succeeding in large part due to the obvious chemistry between him and the cat-clad woman. Main article: Catwoman (Michelle Pfeiffer).

Catwoman's first Silver Age appearance was in Superman's Girlfriend Lois Lane #70 (November 1966); afterwards, she continued to make appearances across the various Batman comics. It is later revealed that this Earth is a creation of her own mind, and she has not left the Prison Planet. The original and most widely known Catwoman, Selina Kyle, first appeared in Batman #1 (Spring 1940) in which she was known as The Cat.

In Salvation Run #2, Catwoman is sent to the Prison Planet. For a time she was protected by a slightly older prostitute named Sylvia. In Frank Miller's All Star Batman and Robin the Boy Wonder, Catwoman expresses interest when the Joker's invites her to join him in "some mischief".

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What Catwoman considers “fun”, however, usually involves high velocities, hails of bullets, split-second planning, outrageous risk-taking and death-defying stunts. Batman recovers her heart, and Dr. Mid-Nite 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.

Character (possible antagonist for both heroes and villains). In Hush, Batman reveals his true identity to Catwoman. Though Batman was supposedly hounding her, their relationship was ambiguous, and he occasionally assisted her, as was the case when Catwoman was kidnapped by Mister Handsome. Catwoman started going crazy from the imprisonment, and her mad rush to escape triggered a prison riot. Catwoman's new monthly title now focused on Selina's earlier days as Catwoman, but not her origins. Prior to the New 52 reboot, Selina had a relationship with Slam Bradley Jr., and she named him as the father of her daughter Helena. Catwoman has also been shown to have various items to restrain her victims, such as rope for binding hands and feet, and a roll of duct tape used to gag her targets, as she has done with various victims during her robberies over the years. Holly Robinson takes over as the new Catwoman while Selina, living under the alias Irena Dubrovna, 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).[4].

In an attempt to cover up the illegal activities, the administrator put Selina in a bag and dropped her in a river to drown (like a cat).