Selina Kyle aka Catwoman is a master thief in Gotham and an enemy of Batman.
Legends of the Dark-Mite
In this episode she makes a cameo as one of the villains in Bat-Mite's imagination.
Hail of the Tornado Tyrant
In this episode she makes a silent appearance in the teaser after Batman and Green Arrow chase Joker, and robs a museum while escaping in a panther airplane. Prior to the sequel teaser, they get knocked out.
Inside the Outsiders
This episode is the sequel to this teaser, where Batman and Green Arrow are trapped by Catwoman and her henchmen. Catwoman flirts with Batman, while he hopes to rehabilitate her, and Green Arrow watches in disgust. They both escape and defeat her and the henchmen, but Catwoman escapes, though leaves her number with Batman, telling him to "call her."
Death Race To Oblivion
She reappears in this episode as one of the heroes and villains kidnapped by Mongul and forced into his race across the desert. Utilizing a high-tech "Catmobile" equipped with various weapons and gadgets, Catwoman attempts to knock the Huntress out of the race by destroying her motorcycle. Unfortunately for her, Huntress outsmarts her and Catwoman ends up being taken out herself when her car is forced off a cliff. At the end of the episode, she and the rest of the villains are shown captured in a sphere created by Guy Gardner's power ring.
Night Of The Batmen
Catwoman also appears wearing a different costume although she only faces the Plasticman (batman replacement).
Powers and Abilities
While having no superpowers, Catwoman, like Batman, has many hand-to-hand combat skills and agility. She also uses a whip called Cat-O'-Nine-Tails in fighting.
- Legends of the Dark Mite! (cameo)
- Hail the Tornado Tyrant! (cameo)
- Inside the Outsiders!
- Mayhem of the Music Meister! (cameo)
- Death Race to Oblivion!
- The Mask of Matches Malone!
- The Knights of Tomorrow!
- Shadow of the Bat!
- Night of the Batmen!
- Mitefall! (cameo)
- Scooby-Doo! & Batman: The Brave and the Bold
- Catwoman is based on that of the Earth-Two/Golden Age version of the character (mainly through her costume, personality, characterization, and portrayal). However, she does wear her Silver Age costume in the Night of the Batmen!.