"Cat-wo-mon": Catwoman stops three thugs from committing a crime. She ties them up and moves them to a warehouse for questioning. When they wake up, she asks them if they remember Matilda Dillon, the woman who's husband they murdered. Catwoman tells them she knows the
Appearing in "Cat-wo-mon"
- Slam Jr.
- Matilda Dillon
- Denny Dillon
Synopsis for "Cat-wo-mon"
Catwoman stops three thugs from committing a crime. She ties them up and moves them to a warehouse for questioning. When they wake up, she asks them if they remember Matilda Dillon, the woman who's husband they murdered. Catwoman tells them she knows they are working for Junior Galante and wants to know who ordered the murder of Jackie Dillon and how to find them. The men tell their stories quickly in fear and Matilda drops the knife as she knows she can't bring herself to kill.
Slam Jr. recalls many mistakes in his life like his wife cheating on him, I.R.S. issues, and gambling on a hot tip. When he tries to skip Gotham City, three large men wait for him in the back alley to shake him down for loosing all the money and attempting to bail for gambling.
At his secret office, Barbarossa walks in and feels liquid all over the ground. Before he can react, Catwoman throws a body through the window at Barbarossa to send him a message. She tells him the liquid is accelerant and she needs him to have the three men that killed Dillon walk into the police station and confess. Barbarossa says he'll tell Junior the message and Selina corrects him that he IS the message as she throws a flare on him and the accelerant. They men pull each other out of the fire furious at Catwoman and suffering from major burns.
Barbarossa visit Zeiss in jail and tells him he's going to spring him. He wants him to be Junior Galante's personal bodyguard.
- This issue is a precursor to Batman: War Games. It is recommended that you read the necessary Act One titles before Catwoman Vol 3 34
- No trivia.
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