Catwoman ongoing 1994 (issues 6-16, 0)

Catwoman 6

Cover Date: January 1994
Subtitle: Animal Rights (part of KnightQuest: The Crusade)
Writer(s): Jo Duffy
Artists(s): Jim Balent, Dick Giordano
Storyline: Catwoman and some of her environmentalist friends looked for a way to stop rainforest development. One of their people (who'd inadvertently created a dangerous neurotoxin) was attacked; his notes were stolen. Catwoman went out to stop anything from happening.
(continued in Batman 503)


Catwoman 7

Cover Date: February 1994
Subtitle: Body Chemistry (part of KnightQuest: The Crusade)
Writer(s): Jo Duffy
Artists(s): Jim Balent, Dick Giordano
Storyline: continued from Batman 504)
Catwoman evaded the police and showed them she'd stolen a decoy. The real toxin was safely hidden away. She convinced Az-Bat to help her. They rescued the kidnapped scientist who'd developed the toxin and saved an international conference from being poisoned.


Catwoman 8

Cover Date: March 1994
Subtitle: Zephyr
Writer(s): Jo Duffy
Artists(s): Jim Balent, Ande Parks
Storyline: Catwoman planned to steal a painting, but was thwarted by a gang of kids who attacked the man she was trying to steal a key from. She went home empty-handed and tried to clear her name the next night. Chasing down the kids, she was confronted by a masked woman calling herself Zephyr.


Catwoman 9

Cover Date: April 1994
Subtitle: Happyland
Writer(s): Jo Duffy
Artists(s): Jim Balent, Ande Parks
Storyline: A cop approached them on the rooftop. Zephyr pushed her over the ledge and made her escape. Catwoman saved the cop, but was only able to slightly slow Zephyr. Her gang took the bait and stole a decoy jewel equipped with a transmitter. Catwoman and security guards were quick to the scene. Zephyr got away and one of her kid goons died falling from a roller coaster.


Catwoman 10

Cover Date: May 1994
Subtitle: Falling Star
Writer(s): Jo Duffy
Artists(s): Jim Balent, Ande Parks
Storyline: Catwoman and some of her circus friends were involved in a traffic pile-up on a bridge. On of her friends fell from the bridge saving a child from an endangered car. With her young acrobat friend paralyzed, Catwoman went out to steal a medical invention known as the enabler from its patent holder. When she arrived, a team of bandits was already there stealing cybernetic gear.


Catwoman 11

Cover Date: June 1994
Subtitle: Tin Men
Writer(s): Jo Duffy
Artists(s): Jim Balent, Ande Parks
Storyline: The enabler, now in the wrong hands, was to be used to control bionic enhancements for super soldiers. Catwoman's people did some research and got her a location. She attacked.


Catwoman 12

Cover Date: July 1994
Subtitle: Fire in the Sky (KnightsEnd part 6)
Writer(s): Jo Duffy
Artists(s): Jim Balent, Ande Parks
Storyline: (KnightsEnd continued from Robin 8)
For the first time in a long time, Bruce Wayne was Batman again. Catwoman questioned her captive. His friends soon arrived and took her to Selkirk. Az-Bat burst onto the scene (he was once in league with LeHah). Catwoman freed herself and they both went after him. Batman, Robin, and Nightwing showed up to stop Jean Paul.
(KnightsEnd continued in Batman 510)


Catwoman 13

Cover Date: August 1994
Subtitle: Catfish (KnightsEnd Aftermath)
Writer(s): Jo Duffy
Artists(s): Jim Balent, Bob Smith
Storyline: Surrounded by police, Catwoman leapt into the river. After getting ashore, she joined with her people and made a dive for the enabler, which Selkirk had thrown into the river. She recovered it, but it was taken by Selkirk, who was waiting for her to surface. Catwoman's people bested Selkirks, and the enabler was successfully used on her friend.


Catwoman 14

Cover Date: September 1994
Subtitle: Broken Mirrors (part of Zero Hour)
Writer(s): Jo Duffy
Artists(s): Jim Balent, Bob Smith
Storyline: Catwoman woke up after a night out to find herself surrounded by prehistoric creatures. She helped a caveman find his escaped tiger and they vanished.


Catwoman 0

Cover Date: October 1994
Subtitle: Cat Shadows
Writer(s): Doug MOench
Artists(s): Jim Balent, Bob Smith
Storyline: Selina remembered her childhood and her father's death. With her mother already dead, she went out on her own. Soon, she was placed in a home for girls. It was abusive and corrupt. Selina refused to interact with the other girls, and faced the wrath of the director of the home. She was able to get information to blackmail the woman and escaped to begin her journey to be the best burglar alive.


Catwoman 15

Cover Date: November 1994
Subtitle: Kitty Cornered - Catfile part one
Writer(s): Chuck Dixon
Artists(s): Jim Balent, Bob Smith
Storyline: Catwoman was beaten to a score; a fight ensued. She chased their van, was hit by a police car, and ended up in jail. When she awakened, the Feds offered her a job. She escaped, but instead of Gotham City being outside the building, snowy mountains were. They knocked her out and implanted something in her arm. She would steal for them or die from the "something."


Catwoman 16

Cover Date: December 1994
Subtitle: Raining Cats
Writer(s): Chuck Dixon
Artists(s): Jim Balent, Bob Smith
Storyline: She was dropped at a location and expected to steal a crown from the Prince of Transbelvia. She did and was picked up safely. Prince Willem called for an all-out search for the crown and the woman.


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