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She winds up reforming and stays on the straight and narrow for several years, helping out Batman in Batman #65 and #69, until Selina decides to return to a life of crime in Detective Comics #203.
Selina appears again as a criminal in Batman #84 and Detective Comics #211, her final appearance for many years (until 1966).
There have been many versions of Catwoman's origins and back story seen in the comic books over the decades.
Batman #62 revealed that Catwoman (after a blow to the head jogged her memory) is an amnesiac flight attendant who had turned to crime after suffering a prior blow to the head during a plane crash she survived (although in the final issue of The Brave and the Bold, she admits that she made up the amnesia story because she wanted a way out of the past life of crime).
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.
Several stories in the 1970s featured Catwoman committing murder, something that neither the Earth-One nor Earth-Two versions of her would ever do; this version of Catwoman was assigned to the alternate world of Earth-B, an alternate Earth that included stories that couldn't be considered canonical on Earth-One or Earth-Two.
To help you find more potential matches and members near you, your profile will be also be displayed on other general chat sites that are part of the Online Connections chat network at no additional charge.Catwoman also appears in the Knightfall saga, where she is approached by Bane's henchmen while robbing a house.Bane asks her to work for him, but she refuses, giving as her reason that Bane broke Batman.Your profile will also be displayed to other users in our network that have similar interests and location to you.Selina Kyle, also known as Catwoman, is a fictional character associated with DC Comics' Batman franchise and created by Bill Finger and Bob Kane.