Selena lives her life a quarter mile at a time. Nothing else matters: not the leather chaffing, not her dead best friend, not the Batman and his sidekicks and all their drama. For those ten seconds or less, she’s free.


Written by Judd Winick
Pencilled by Adriana Melo
Inked by Mariah Benes
Lettered by DC Lettering
Cover by Guillermo March

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.

DC Comics presents an exclusive preview of Catwoman #7 with story by Judd Winick and art by Adriana Melo:


  1. I have been a big fan of this comic series, hasn’t been perfect but im not giving up just yet. Judd Winick is doing a great job portraying the craziness and psychotic personality that is Catwomen.

  2. This book has a blast, but a large part of the reason why has been the fantastic art of Guillem March. Looking at this preview, I can already see this book is going to hurt without him. It’s just not as vibrant and frenetic. I hope he comes back soon.

  3. I adore this book. It was made for me.
    I love March, but Adriana Melo’s art looks great

  4. I’ve been enjoying the series as well–not as refined as the Brubaker run, but has it’s own insane charm to it. Melo does a decent job fitting her art style with things while still making it feel a bit her own. I’m also looking forward to this issue in general–I really can’t think of any other story where Selina’s done this and it is kind-of in her wheelpark–and like the iFanboy team’s mentioned a few times, it’s rare and fun to see car chases in comics.

    Also, can I just say thanks so much for having the little window slideshow come up with your previews now? I don’t know if this is the first time you guys started doing it or if I just now noticed it, but the past times where I had to click through two different pages to get the full page was a bit of a pain, and I like that you guys went around that. 🙂

  5. Too bad I can’t figure out how to make it large enough to actually read, maybe I can run out to walmart and buy a magnifier glass…what a waste 🙁