CREDITS: Written by Steve Vance; art by John Delaney and Ron Boyd.
REVIEW: The series might have better ended with #18's JLA issue than this odd team-up, but it's not a bad story, and the production team have some fun with the cancellation on the splash page, with its billboards about "Kaput: the Movie" and such. It's too bad, really, but for our purposes, the book was always going to be in contradiction with the developing DCAU, especially once Justice League makes it to our screens.
So we have a cat-god story that starts with the bold theft of Wonder Woman's lasso so a crook can get an archaeologist to spill the beans about the necessary summoning ritual, and that leads to Diana using the lasso to destroy the god's sense of self, exposing the human avatar's fragility underneath, and asking a pointed question about Catwoman's own true self.
Fair action, a few cool images, both characters well scripted. I wouldn't call it memorable, exactly, but it does the job. It just doesn't feel like a finale, is all.
REREADABILITY: Medium - Solid enough, but somewhat unremarkable.