"But There's No Harm in Taking a Good Hard Look"
Regaining her former confidence, Selina continues her life as a professional thief and meets another electrically-enhanced character. That's about it.
The issue opens with "Greek playboy" Nikandros Stephanopoulos cruising the streets of Gotham with two beautiful women on his arms. Unfortunately for him, the women were actually hired by Catwoman to distract him so she could steal his Ferrari. Selina speeds off in the car easily, while from a nearby rooftop, a hooded man with blue light streaming out of his eyes watches her, talking to himself about the fact that he wanted to steal that car himself.
Back at Gwen Altamont's apartment, Selina is clearly very pleased with herself. Gwen is pleased that Selina is pleased, but Gwen is concerned that Selina is being a bit too reckless. The reader is inclined to agree with her when Selina admits to personally enjoying the stolen goods she was supposed to deliver (in this case, the Ferrari) before turning it over. Gwen is also worried that Selina's relationship with Batman could get them all into trouble. Selina, however, doesn't seem to take any of her friend and employer's concerns very seriously.
At GCPD, Detective Alvarez is still working on his completely implausible, oh-so-crazy, tinfoil hat theory that Catwoman is behind yet another string of robberies. No mystery there. She is. But Alvarez's superiors are very clear about wanting him to keep out of anything to do with Catwoman. Alvarez is troubled by the obvious corruption in the GCPD, as he should be, but it's obvious that he's currently feeling quite powerless to do anything about it.
Out on the street, two prostitutes are accosted by someone who keeps their face in the shadows and who drives a creepy van. Sensing this guy means trouble, the women try to get away from him, and he shoots them with tranquilizer darts and loads their unconscious bodies into his creepy van. His hand lingers on the red hair of one of the women, and that combined with his insistence that she get in his van points to a future crime that will prominently feature red hair in some way. One can't help but wonder if it will involve Batgirl.
Ignoring a warning from Gwen that a new job sounds a bit sketchy, Selina goes out to steal another car, only to find that it's a setup. Once again she finds herself surrounded by armed cops, including Detective Alvarez. The man with the electric eyes from the issue's beginning (Spark) arrives in time to save her from arrest, and together they speed off into the night.