"Take 7 Steps to... Wipe-Out!": When the ambassador of Sudaria is murdered by a leopard, it attracts the attention of both Batman (who's on patrol) and Wonder Woman (who has been working for the United Nations). They stumble upon a plot by [[Selina Kyle (Earth-One)|Ca
Appearing in "Take 7 Steps to... Wipe-Out!"
- B.K. Kadaffir (Only appearance; dies)
- Ahmad Bakra (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "Take 7 Steps to... Wipe-Out!"
When the ambassador of Sudaria is murdered by a leopard, it attracts the attention of both Batman (who's on patrol) and Wonder Woman (who has been working for the United Nations). They stumble upon a plot by Catwoman to sell parts of a blue print to a new super-computer called Peter Rabbit over to a foreign power.
When Batman and Wonder Woman foil her plot to turn over the final part of the blue print through an auction when Bruce Wayne trys to outbid the winner, she replaces the blueprint (hidden in a cat statue) with a bomb. When Catwoman is forced to leave the country when she's determined to be a Person Non Gratta, she is then chosen as Sudaria's ambassador to facilitate the rest of the transaction.
However, in order to get away with this, Catwoman fakes her own death and when Batman believes she'd loaded her coffin (bound for Sudaria) with the last part of the blueprint, he's shocked to find a panther inside instead. As Wonder Woman's UN duties force her to be Catwoman's escourt to Sudaria, she soon learns (by message relayed through Batman) that the last bit of the blue prints were hidden in her jet. When she tries to land on the US aircraft carrier the Sudarian government fires missiles at her invisible jet. However, Wonder Woman uses her lasso to "helicopter" down to the ship where she turns over the final part of the blue print to the military.
Later, reuniting with Batman, they recount how Catwoman almost won, and how she escaped. Batman believes that Catwoman will be back to plague them someday.
- Reprinted in Showcase Presents: The Brave and the Bold Batman Team-Ups Vol. 3.
- Some comic book historians consider this story non-canon. This is because Catwoman is potrayed in a way that is inconsistant with her appearences in other comics in the same period, most importanly that she kills people in this story and she was generally portrayed as a thief who refused to kill anyone.
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