Catwoman is on a mission of her own related to a major villain's death

Batman #125 features a new jumping-on point with the debut of the creative team of writer Chip Zdarsky and artist Jorge Jimenez

The biggest outcome to come out of their introductory tale involves the apparent death of Penguin, with Oswald Cobblepot framing Batman in the process

The backup story in Batman #125 by Chip Zdarsky, Belén Ortega, Luis Guerrero, and Clayton Cowles takes place in the Iceberg Lounge

Catwoman also happens to be in attendance and attempts to break up a fight before the Underbroker makes his triumphant return to Gotham City

Underbroker brings with him another new character called The Executor, a massive robot that specializes in wills and estates for "unconventional citizens."

Underbroker brings with him another new character called The Executor, a massive robot that specializes in wills and estates for "unconventional citizens."

This is where The Executor reveals the 10 people they need to find are Penguin's children, which leaves a shocked look on Catwoman's face