Cover of Cat-Tales: Do No HarmDo No Harm

Do No Harm was the Cat-Tale many readers had been waiting for, filling in some of the gaps from the Book 1 era.  Selina's first visit to the manor after the masks came off, meeting Alfred, when and how she learned Barbara's identity, when and how she learned Superman's.

The last, incidentally, is one of many Cat-Tales that references World's Finest: Year Eight from a 10-issue mini-series by Karl Kesel and illustrated by Dave Taylor, in which Catwoman goes to Metropolis to steal plans a LexCorp prototype aircraft, the X-27.  Chris Dee has said that this one issue is referenced more than any other in Cat-Tales, in everything from Red Cape, Big City and Riddle Me-Tropolis where it's to be expected, to stories like Napoleon's Plan and to War of the Poses where it is not.

It is easily one of the most satisfying tales from a relationship perspective, however it is unique among Cat-Tales in that it references so much material that occurred not in the last few storie but years before.  It will be a much more rewarding read if the reader first revisits Book One and the JLAin't


Like all Cat-Tales, Do No Harm can be read online on the Cat-Tales website or mobile mirror, and can be downloaded as an ebook or pdf, which is sized for printing at Cafe Press. It is collected in Cat-Tales Book 5.

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