Thomas Blake, the Catman, is a member and the leader of the Secret Six, a group of villains and antiheroes gathered by Riddler.[4]

Catman was recruited into the Secret Six after being abducted with five other super-villains. This team was assembled by Riddler using the alias "Mockingbird".[4]

Years later, Catman fought Plastic Man with his Secret Six teammates Jeanette and Rag Doll.[5] Soon after, he was seen partying with several other super-villains on Zandia.[6] He then briefly battled Robin and Superboy.[7]

Annoyed with constantly being compared to Catwoman, Catman sought out psychiatric help from Harley Quinn. She convinced him to stop comparing himself to her and start being the best version of himself.[8]

Endless Winter

Catman, along with Icicle, Multiplex, and Rampage, took over the Mathali Island on the Arabian Sea. The island's Special Crimes Task Force demanded the quartet surrender, as foreign super-villains were not tolerated on their soil. Multiplex duplicated himself and left the penthouse to get rid of the police, but was stopped by Green Lantern and The Flash. Wonder Woman and Superman soon appeared as well. While Rampage and Icicle fought the pair, Catman swiftly escaped until he was ambushed by Batman. The four villains were defeated and placed in a police van. As Catman lamented over their plan, Multiplex pointed out that one of his duplicates was outside the van waiting to free them.[9]

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  • Cat Mask

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  • As Gail Simone had promised, Thomas Blake's bisexuality was confirmed in the New 52 reboot when he is seen flirting with both a man and a woman.[4]
  • Knockout, Scandal Savage and Liana form a polyamorous relationship and they invited Catman to be their donor so they could have a child, and Liana became pregnant.[1]

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