New 52's Catwoman #1 ended with a sex scene between Batman and our heroine- which naturally caused a great deal of controversy in the comic book fan world, but I honestly wasn't astonished by this happening. Catwoman is easily one of the most sexually expressive superheroines who seems to be lacking in the morals department, and this is not the first time she's been intimate with Batman. Regardless, I was still curious about how Judd Winick (writer/artist of Catwoman) would address the upset caused by the end of the first issue."This is a Catwoman for 2011, and my approach to her character and actions reflect someone who lives in our times. And wears a cat suit. And steals." Honestly, I think people should find this far more insulting than the sex scene that took place. Does Catwoman's behavior really represent the behavior and character of women in our time? Perhaps I'm being optimistic/naive but I refuse to accept this justification of Catwoman's promiscuity. I really hope that Winick's implication was to make Catwoman a believable character from this decade rather than a representation of a vast majority of women.