Series: Catwoman [2011]

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Catwoman Volume 1: The Game by Judd WinickVolume 1
Catwoman Volume 2: Dollhouse by Judd WinickVolume 2
Catwoman Volume 3: Death of the Family by Ann NocentiVolume 3
Catwoman Volume 4: Gotham Underground by Ann NocentiVolume 4
Catwoman Volume 5: Race of Thieves by Ann NocentiVolume 5
Catwoman Volume 6: Keeper of the Castle by Genevieve ValentineVolume 6
Catwoman Volume 7: Inheritance by Genevieve ValentineVolume 7
Catwoman Volume 8: Run Like Hell by Frank TieriVolume 8

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Series description

Volumes of Collected Edition Graphic Novels of Catwoman, collecting issues published between and including August 31st 2011 — May 25th 2016.


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