"Wild Ride, Conclusion: History": Holly and Selina are taking the train. Holly writes a letter to Karon. Meanwhile, Selina surreptitiously battles more middle-Eastern men on the roof of the train without Holly notic
- Ted, do you have any friends who aren't super heroes?
- — Catwoman
Synopsis for "Wild Ride, Conclusion: History"
When the train arrives, Ted Grant meets them at the tracks. Holly is excited to see Ted and Ted says they'll continue her training. Selina pulls Ted aside and asks him if he wants to know why he's really there.
Holly explores the city of St. Roch and finds peace in living in the moment.
Ted tells Selina that he can't find the temple hidden in a building where the originally encountered the middle-Eastern men. He feels like it's disappeared.
They end up at Hawkman and Hawkgirl's place. Carter Hall uses his expertise on Egyptian knowledge to enlighten them about the goddess Bast who had two children, a son Maahes and daughter Beti. Pharaoh Hatshutsep struck a deal with Bast to create a culture of people who would worship her children. This cult would become the Beti-Ma. When a new Pharaoh took over, he burned all the villages and outlawed the warship of these Gods. The cults went underground. Eventually the clans split between those that worshiped Maahes and those that worshiped Beti. They think Selina has somehow gotten involved when she touched that statue. Selina realizes she's running late and asks Kendra to fly her to a bar.
Holly is getting agitated waiting for Selina as she's late to meet her. She suddenly spots Davey Robinson, her long-lost brother. Selina walks in and asks if she just missed the reunion and Selina reveals the whole trip was to reunite these two which they are all very grateful.
Appearing in "Wild Ride, Conclusion: History"
- Davey Robinson
- This issue is reprinted in the trade paperback Catwoman: Wild Ride.
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