Catwoman #16, written by Ann Nocenti
Catwoman is possessed by the power of Eclipso! Selina may be able to fight her way out of the Black Room, but what will be left of her soul if she does? And find out the shocking identity of the person who hired Catwoman to steal the diamond in the first place!
Catwoman #15, written by Ann Nocenti
Following her standoff against The Joker, Catwoman takes an easy job: stealing Eclipso’s Black Diamond from The Black Room! The diamond’s power rises with the full moon…like on the night Catwoman sets out to take it!
Catwoman #14, written by Ann Nocenti, colored by Sonia Oback
A “DEATH OF THE FAMILY” tie-in! Catwoman is caught in The Joker’s trap as he toys with her mind. But The Joker should beware because Catwoman always comes to play!
Catwoman #13, written by Ann Nocenti, colored by Sonia Oback
New series writer Ann Nocenti takes Catwoman deep under cover! Catwoman is the best thief in the world, but stealing another person is a new challenge! The true origin of Selina Kyle revealed!
Catwoman #0, written by Ann Nocenti, art by Adriana Melo
The secret origin of Selina Kyle! Major shocks are in store for Catwoman this year – and this is just the beginning!
Catwoman #12, art by Adriana Melo
The big finale is here, as CATWOMAN confronts DOLLHOUSE! Don’t miss the fallout from CATWOMAN’s tryst with SPARK!
Ann Nocenti confirmed to take over Catwoman with #0
“She’s not all-out steamy/sexy. She can be all-out steamy/sexy, but she’s also got this kind of mythic quality. Selina Kyle to me is an It Girl, a chick that’s fashionable and cool.”
Ann Nocenti will in fact be writing Catwoman’s “origin” #0 issue, and then the ongoing starting with #13, and she summed up everything I’ve ever loved about the character.
I’ve been hoping for another great Catwoman book ever since I read Ed Brubaker’s run in trade (with phenomenal art by Darwyn Cooke and Cameron Stewart), and I was disappointed that I didn’t feel like I could get behind the Judd Winick/Guillem March reboot. Nocenti is giving me hope that we’ll be getting back to a Selina Kyle with more psychological depth, exploring her background as an orphan, as well as her near-kleptomania.
And she tells Newsarama that she’s planning a new love interest—a development I am looking forward to (not much of a Bat/Cat fan—don’t hate me!)
Catwoman #8, art by Adriana Melo
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…
Catwoman #7, pencilled by Adriana Melo, inked by Mariah Benes
In the wake of her run-in with Batman and the loss of someone very dear to her, Catwoman turns over a new leaf. With a new attitude, a new partner and a new game plan, she embarks on a new journey: She’s stealing hot cars. The competition isn’t too happy about it, and the Gotham PD are that much closer to nailing her. There’s only one way out: Drive really, really fast.
Catwoman by Faith Erin Hicks
Might we see Ms. Hicks design for some DC Nation shorts? I hope so.