COMICS: Catwoman's "Death" Explained In JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #5 Preview?

COMICS: Catwoman's "Death" Explained In JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #5 Preview?

At the conclusion of Justice League of America #4, it appeared as if the end had finally come for Catwoman as she was shot and killed by the Secret Society. However, the following preview of issue #5 shows that there may be more to her "death" than meets the eye...

Reeling from the traumatic death following issue #4’s cliffhanger, the “world’s most dangerous team” discovers what the Secret Society is ultimately after—and who they are. But can Steve Trevor get this uncontrollable team under control before it’s too late? Plus, a revelation about Stargirl leaves one of her team members out for blood.










JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #5
Written by GEOFF JOHNS
Backup story written by MATT KINDT
Pencils by BRETT BOOTH
Backup story art by MANUEL GARCIA and DAVE BEATY
Cover by DAVID FINCH
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