By Doug Moench, Jim Balent
During this DC Elseworld environment a tender Selina Kyle's mom and dad are gunned down whereas she dashes into an alley to avoid wasting a cat. To avenge her mom and dad homicide, she turns into The Catwoman, a creature of the evening, a vigilante heroine. Her base of operations - Kyle Manor. tale by means of Doug Moench. Editor Dennis O'Neil. Jim Balent Inks Pencils and canopy paintings.
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