"Tin Men": Penn Selkirk shows off his new mechsuit soldiers to two men named Henri and Patrick, who previously worked for Carleton Lehah. He tells them that the recent advances in their weaponry was made possible by the cybernetic neura
- You have to remember that men are a lot like cats. When one of them offers you a dead rodent, it's the most valuable gift he can think of.
- -- Catwoman
Appearing in "Tin Men"
- Brendan O'Boyle
- Tamsyn O'Boyle
- Penn Selkirk (First appearance)
- Tin Man
- Lehah (Mentioned only)
- Dr. Verdugo
- Dr. Chaim Samson
- Gotham City
- Gotham Shipyards
- Ben Gurion Memorial Hospital
- Cybernetic neural enabler
- Catwoman's Whip
Synopsis for "Tin Men"
Penn Selkirk shows off his new mechsuit soldiers to two men named Henri and Patrick, who previously worked for Carleton Lehah. He tells them that the recent advances in their weaponry was made possible by the cybernetic neural enabler his people stole from Mellyora Hubbell.
They will continue business as usual until it is field-tested and copied, and Selkirk places Henri in charge of their outgoing shipments while Patrick pockets the enabler. Selkirk tells him to put it back. He will not tolerate one of his employees taking what's his.
Brendan O'Boyle has been transferred to Ben Gurion Memorial Hospital where Dr. Verdugo and the neurosurgeon Dr. Samson tell Selina Kyle and Wilder that without the enabler, there's no point in holding the surgery. Selina says she'll get the enabler back.
Catwoman goes to her hacker Bradley, who identifies Selkirk as the most likely suspect for the theft. She heads to his base where she is immediately spotted by Selkirk's private security. She fights them off, and they go to get "the Tin Man" to handle her.
Catwoman is creeping through the base, trying to find the security guards, when she is hit from behind by a man wearing the upper body of the mechsuit. They fight until Catwoman starts off running while the Tin Man chases her.
She leads him into a dead-end and jumps him from behind, knocking him over the head. He falls to the ground, and Catwoman pulls off the arms of the mechsuit and uses it to the threaten the man into telling her where the enabler went.
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