While Catwoman escaped Batman many times during her rogue years, one thing she couldn’t do was punch him. Catwoman has some advantages over Batman, but she was never able to defeat him in a fight.
9 would beat her: Iron Man
Dubbed by many as “Marvel’s Batman” due to his vast wealth and resources, it only makes sense that Iron Man would be included in the Would be able to bring down Catwoman quickly. Despite holding her own against The Dark Knight multiple times, Iron Man is on a whole other level when it comes to his armor.
Is Catwoman stronger than Black Widow? Physically no. Catwoman is no match for Black Widow. While both have no powers, Black Widow is boosted by Super Soldier Serum, just like Captain America, giving her an advantage.
She is skilled in close-ranged combat, but her feline speed and reflexes make her even more dangerous. While Batgirl is also a competent fighter, we think Catwoman probably has the edge in terms of raw speed and agility.
She has superhuman strength, speed, and senses, making her a powerful opponent to the Batman of her universe. This version of Catwoman appeared in Batman: Bloodstorm and is actually turned into a werewolf by a vampire named Creech.
15 She’s faster than Batman
His speed is almost superhuman. However, he is not quite as fast as Catwoman. She is able to outmaneuver and outrun almost any opponent. Her feline reflexes make her a fast, flexible and agile fighter.
Catwoman is a brilliant fighter, but she has just as little hand-to-hand combat experience as Black Cat, with no supernatural abilities that could have given her that added advantage. When asked which feline anti-hero would win in a fight between Catwoman and Black Cat, Black Cat is the clear winner.
Catwoman has long-range abilities with her whip and is popular for using it to her great advantage. Either by lassoing Harley or by taking her main weapon (the bat), Catwoman would most likely be the victor in ranged combat.
Apart from improved strength and speed, Cap has also gained improved reflexes – enough to dodge bullets at close range. Whereas Batman, despite being more reflexive than the average human, just wouldn’t cut it in the reflex department. In a reflex fight between Batman and Captain America, America would win.
So it should come as no surprise that Green Arrow was able to beat Black Widow. Granted, it would be quite a slugfest between the two, but Ollie would emerge victorious.
Gwen was just stronger, faster, tougher, and made good use of the Spider-Sense, making it extremely difficult for Barbara to land a decisive hit before she landed one herself. Boomstick can now be seen with a bandaged finger. Boomstick: It seems daft, but Batgirl was overwoven by Spider-Gwen and turned it in her favor.
Cassandra Cain and Stephanie Brown are both Batgirl again. Did that feel good to read? Because I won’t lie, it felt really good to write! That development has been a long time coming, but was solidified last week in Batman: Urban Legends #5.
Barbara Gordon and her alter ego Batgirl made their debuts in Detective Comics #359, “The Million Dollar Debut of Batgirl” (1967).
While this may be effective in normal cats, Selina is anything but normal. The only one who knows what works effectively is Batman, who reveals the cat fatales’ weaknesses in laser pointers and boxes.
She wields both a regular bullwhip and the cat-o’-nine-tails with expert skill. She uses the whip because it is a weapon that the user must be trained to use, and therefore it cannot be taken from her and used against her in a confrontation.