|“||Don't forget who you're trying to protect. You're up there, seeing the big picture, trying to stop people dying. And, sure, we can all agree that wars are bad. But I see things from a different perspective. Millions of people-- millions -- have lost their homes in America. They are the victims of a savage attack by greedy corporations and banks. While you're looking to help all of those war refugees out there, remember all of the displaced people right here at hone. Don't forget them.||„|
|~ Selina Kyle|
|“||I've got nine lives. I'm only a traitor in most of them.||„|
|~ Selina Kyle.|
|“||Harley: Thanks, Kitty. I was hopin' you was Bruce's mole.
Catwoman: For all the GOOD it did. Grodd never trusted me enough to share the whole "alien invasion" plan.
Harley: We GOTTA help Dinah and Ollie.
Catwoman: We will. First, we need to get back to Gotham...if there's anything LEFT of it.
|~ Catwoman revealing herself to be reformed.|
Catwoman (real name: Selina Kyle) is a minor antagonist of Injustice: Gods Among Us, and a supporting protagonist of Injustice 2. She is a former Gotham City thief who redeems herself to become a current ally to Batman.
She is voiced by Grey DeLisle, who voices Daphne Blake in the Scooby-Doo franchise, and also voiced Catwoman in the Arkhamverse, Major Doctor Ghastly in Evil Con Carne, Mandy in The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy, Sam Manson in Danny Phantom, Frankie Foster in Fosters Home for Imaginary Friends, Kitty Katswell in T.U.F.F. Puppy, Jackie Lynn Thomas in Star vs. the Forces of Evil, and many others.
After Superman started the One Earth Regime, Catwoman sided with Batman to fight against it, but later decided to join the regime to protect Batman. Selina appears as one of the Insurgency members to aid Batman in his fight against the corrupted Superman. She recruits Black Canary to the cause as well. She supports Batman and acts as a confidant, but is still uneasy that he refuses to tell her some things, namely how Bruce knew Hawkgirl's whereabouts when they kidnapped her.
Catwoman later helps disperse a mob of cultists that Superman had inadvertently created after saving Earth from countless Parademons from Apokolips.
In Injustice: Gods Among Us, Regime Catwoman was teleported to the Hall of Justice and battles Cyborg from the prime/alternate universe. She is defeated, and later goes to Stryker Island with Damian Wayne to stop Batman and Green Arrow from escaping. During the fight, Catwoman attempts to convince Batman to leave with her, and reveals that he joined the Regime to protect him. Batman rejects her, and Catwoman attacks him until she is defeated. Batman and his allies from the Regime and prime universe manage to stop Regime Superman, and Catwoman and the Man of Steel's allies are arrested.
In Injustice 2, Catwoman has regained most of Batman's trust, and works with the Insurgency to be a mole for the Society, a group of supervillains led by Gorilla Grodd. After rescuing Harley Quinn, Catwoman works with her allies to defeat Brainiac, and is tasked to bring Brother Eye back online with Cyborg and Harley, which leads her to confront one of her former friends, Poison Ivy.
Selina is an skilled martial artist who can take on several opponents with ease. During her role as Catwoman, she is very proficient in thievery and is quite agile. She is also an expert in whip and claw combat.
Catwoman is both a devious and deductive person, coming to deduce that Cyborg was an impostor and exposed it by making her believe that her counterpart had feelings for him when it was wrong. Her sneaky side is seen again in Injustice 2, pretending to be on Grodd's side when a reality she wasn't.
She only followed Superman out of fear but also hoping he would spare Batman, showing that she really cares about him. After Superman was defeated, Batman would eventually put his trust in her again.
- This version of the character is exclusive to the continuity of the video game Injustice: Gods Among Us and is an adaptation of Selina Kyle/Catwoman. The original character was created by Bill Finger and Bob Kane and first appeared in Batman #1.
- According to Poison Ivy, Catwoman was never sent to Arkham Asylum thanks to Batman.